Pippo Inzaghi incredibly rehired by Brescia owner Cellino after play-off loss

Filippo Inzaghi has been reinstated as Brescia manager just two months after his brutal dismissal.

The former Milan forward’s sacking in March came as a surprise given Brescia were well placed to reach the play-offs and make a swift return to Serie A.

However, he was shown the door and, following his exit, penned a letter to fans to express his love for them and the city, as well as his “regret” over the decision.

Inzaghi was replaced by Eugenio Corini who ensured Brescia finished in the play-off places but they were beaten by Monza 2-1 in both legs of the semi-finals which has led to another change in management.

After a difficult start to life in management, Inzaghi seems to have finally found his feet.

There have been inevitable comparisons with brother Simone, who has won trophies with Lazio and Inter and, this season, came within two points winning Serie A.

However, Pippo struggled at Milan before moving onto Venezia, where he earned immediately earned promotion to Serie B despite them having only just gone up to Serie C the previous campaign.

He then endured a difficult spell at Bologna in the top flight which led to another sacking and a move to Benevento, who he got promoted to Serie A and even earned a stunning win at Juventus before he walked away following relegation back to Serie B.

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