The West Brom fans in the Transfer Tavern have been reacting to the appointment of their new technical consultant, Giuliano Terraneo. The Italian is going into his fourth job in football after retiring as a player, previously working as a Sporting Director at Lazio, Inter Milan and Fenerbahce. West Brom fans can read more about their exciting new appointment on their club’s website.
Here’s everything you need to know about Giuliano Terraneo…
— West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) 12 April 2018
Terraneo specialises in a number of areas of development within the hierarchy of a football club, his player development skills have seen him help to launch the careers of Roberto Baggio, Christian Abbiati, Antonio Asia and Aldo Serena. The talented Italian was also in charge of all market activities and talent identification when he was at Inter Milan where he really proved his worth, helping to bring in Ronaldo, Adriano, Clarence Seedorf and Fabio Cannavaro.
The names being dropped in the last paragraph will have already sold the Italian’s worth to our resident Baggies, and they’ll be hoping that Terraneo can help them rediscover their form. The club will be looking to gain some momentum going into next season as relegation looms for the club. Whilst The Hawthorns is destined to become a Championship ground next season, with Terraneo around the club, the fans are sure it will be short lived.
You can read our resident Baggies’ verdict on the appointment of Terraneo here:
— Kit Crimes (@KitCrimes) 12 April 2018
I’m not having that…could be anyone under that disguise pic.twitter.com/jIrorxT6zT
— Michael Davis (@MDavis1414) April 12, 2018
Welcome to the club. Clearly had a good pedigree, significantly better profile than last few incumbents. Fancy we might be getting a foreign manager… #wba
— London Baggies (@LondonBaggies) April 12, 2018
— Liam (@Liamdunn_95) April 12, 2018
That's just pardew with a moustache..
— Jonny Gregory (@Jonnygregory24) April 12, 2018
Finally something of note at the club
— Scott John Hancox (@TheSweetestKid) April 12, 2018
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One of the biggest fails in fenerbahce history
— Ugur SariLacivert (@CarreraHamburg) April 13, 2018