Former Lazio captain Alessandro Nesta was fired today as head coach of Serie B side Frosinone.
Nesta and his team were fired earlier today, according to an official statement. Their disappointing results this season have landed them in 12th place in the Serie B table.
The 45-year-old Italian, who spent the first nine years of his playing career with Lazio, had been in charge of Frosinone since the summer of 2019, where he led the team to an eighth-place finish in the league, good enough for a playoff spot.
Nesta and Frosinone were denied promotion to Serie A following a 1-1 tie with Spezia in the playoff final. The Ligurian team advanced due to their superior regular-season results.
Nesta, 45, managed 71 games in charge of the club, winning 28, drawing 23, and losing 26, with a combined win percentage of 36.36 percent.