Tottenham have confirmed the appointment of Marco Savorani as the club’s new first-team goalkeeper coach.
Savorani joins Antonio Conte’s coaching staff at Spurs on the back of a seven-year stint at Serie A side Roma, while holding similar positions at the likes of Atalanta, Chievo and Piacenza.
The 56-year-old has worked with Conte before when the pair were previously in place at Siena for the 2010/11 campaign.
He joins assistant coach Cristian Stellini, first-team coach Ryan Mason, technical and analytics coach Gianluca Conte, as well as fitness coaches Constantino Coratti, Gian Piero Ventrone and Stefano Bruno.
During Savorani’s time at Roma, he worked with current Liverpool goalkeeper Allison and former Arsenal stopper Wojciech Szczesny.
He also spent time with ex-Spurs goalkeeper Pau Lopez, with the Spaniard’s best spell of his career coming with the Giallorossi.
Spurs Web Opinion
Conte has a goalkeeper coach with an excellent track record in his team which is good, particularly as they have worked together briefly before.
It all seems to be coming together behind the scenes at Spurs, now it is all about them working together to generate success on the pitch.
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