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Bortolo Mutti

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Bortolo Mutti
Date of birth (1954-08-11) August 11, 1954 (age 61)
Place of birthTrescore Balneario, Italy
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Playing positionCoach (former striker)
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1974–1975Massese[1]25(0)
1975–1976Pescara33(6)
1976–1977Catania33(8)
1977–1980Brescia109(28)
1980–1981Taranto32(9)
1981–1984Atalanta99(24)
1984–1987Mantova96(28)
1987–1988Palazzolo28(10)
Teams managed
1988–1989Palazzolo
1991–1993Leffe
1993–1995Verona
1995–1996Cosenza
1996–1997Piacenza
1997–1998Napoli
1998–1999Atalanta
1999–2001Cosenza
2001–2002Palermo
2002–2003Reggina
2003–2006Messina
2007–2008Modena
2008-2009Salernitana
2010Atalanta
2011Bari
2011–2012Palermo
2013–2014Padova

Bortolo Mutti (born August 11, 1954 in Trescore Balneario, Bergamo) is an Italian football manager and a former player.

His older brother Tiziano Mutti also played football professionally. To distinguish them, Tiziano was referred to as Mutti I and Bortolo as Mutti II.

Career

After a reasonably good playing career as a striker/attacking midfielder with a number of Serie B and Serie C teams, including Atalanta, Mutti became a coach in 1988, when he made his debut at the helm of Interregionale club Palazzolo. From 1991 to 1993 he coached Leffe, achieving an impressive promotion to Serie C1. From 1993 to 1995 he served as coach of Serie B team Verona, obtaining two tenth places with the gialloblu. Later called to coach Serie B team Cosenza during the 1995–96 season, he led the club to save from relegation.

In 1996 he then had his first opportunity to coach a Serie A team, Piacenza, where he achieved to keep the team in the Italian top flight. In 1997 he was then called by Napoli, being however sacked soon later due to poor results in the Serie A. A sixth place with Atalanta in 1998–99 was then followed by a return to Cosenza, where he served as head coach for two season achieving an 11th and a 8th place. In 2001–02 he was appointed at the helm of newly promoted Serie B team Palermo, where he ended the season with an 11th place. He was then called back by a Serie A team, Reggina, but was fired in the mid-season.

From 2003 to 2006 he moved to the other side of the local strait, at Messina, where Mutti achieved a promotion to Serie B in his first season; this was followed by a very impressive seventh place in their first Serie A campaign. However, Mutti's third season with Messina was not as successful as the previous two, being fired during the final part of the season. From February 2007 he is coach of Serie B club Modena, being sacked later on in the 2007–08 end of season due to a string of poor results.

On 11 January 2010 he agreed to return at his previous club Atalanta, taking over at the relegation-battling Serie A outfit from resigning boss Antonio Conte.[2] He ultimately failed in his desperate attempt to save Atalanta, ending the season in a disappointing eighteenth place, which led his club not to confirm him for the new season.

On 10 February 2011 Mutti became the new head coach of bottom-placed Serie A club Bari in place of Giampiero Ventura.[3] But, Bari were subsequently relegated to Serie B and he was dismissed after the 2010-11 season.

On 19 December 2011 he agreed to return to Palermo, replacing Devis Mangia as head coach of the Serie A club from Sicily.[4] In his first game in charge of the club, he achieved a 2–2 draw against bottom-table strugglers Novara, which was then followed by a 1–3 home defeat at the hands of Napoli. After a disappointing start, results improved in January also thanks to winter signings such as Emiliano Viviano, Franco Vázquez and Massimo Donati (the latter being team captain during his previous period at Bari), leading to a string of four consecutive home wins and a 4–4 away draw at San Siro against Inter that brought Palermo back into the fight for a UEFA Europa League spot. Palermo finished in 16th in the 2011-12 season and he was released six months after taking over as head coach.

References

  1. ^ "Bortolo Mutti – L'Identikit" (in Italian). ForzaMessina. Retrieved 2007-07-02. 
  2. ^ "MUTTI ALL'ATALANTA" (in Italian). Atalanta BC. 2010-01-11. Retrieved 2010-01-11. 
  3. ^ "Bari-Ventura: separazione consensuale" (in Italian). AS Bari. 10 February 2011. Retrieved 11 February 2011. 
  4. ^ "E' MUTTI IL NUOVO ALLENATORE" [MUTTI IS NEW HEAD COACH] (in Italian). US Città di Palermo. 19 December 2011. Retrieved 19 December 2011. 

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