Eugenio Corini has officially agreed a contract extension to stay as Coach of Chievo until 2017.
Today’s meeting with the directors proved fruitful and they have put pen to paper on a new two-year contract.
The tactician took over from Domenico Di Carlo in 2012-13 and took the team to safety before parting company at the end of the season.
He was recalled to rescue the club again, replacing Giuseppe Sannino in November, and this time the Flying Donkeys don’t want to lose him.
His current contract had been due to run until June 2015, but Chievo were eager to lock down the Coach on a long-term basis to build a project at the Stadio Bentegodi.
The new deal would hold Corini until June 2017.
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