Ex-Arsenal women’s manager, Montemurro appointed as Juventus women’s team coach

The Australian, Joe Montemurro has been appointed as the head coach of the Juventus women’s team after he left the English club – Arsenal, last month and will be taking over the Italian champions from July 1.

Montemurro joined the Gunners back in 2017 and helped them in winning the league cup in 2018 and the Women’s super league title in 2019, the first time in seven years for the London based club, he has also helped them in finishing third in the league for consecutive seasons. He has previously managed the Melbourne City women team in Australia and also helped them in winning the W-league premier on one occasion and W-league champions twice in three seasons.

Montemurro’s family belongs of Italian descent and now he will be moving to Italy and help the Juventus women’s to strengthen their dominance in Italy and help the squad in winning the UEFA Champions League in the coming time. Montemurro will be succeeding former boss, Rita Guarino who has coached the Turin based side since 2017, when it was first formed and helped the club to win seven trophies in his career, that includes four Serie A titles, the 2019 Coppa Italia and two super cup triumphs in his marvellous career with the giants.

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