Livorno have officially announced the that Domenio Di Carlo has been relieved of his duties after the Amaranto’s 3-0 defeat to AC Milan on Saturday.
The 50 year old had been in charge of the Amaranto for just eighty eight days and despite beating Sassuolo in his first match, his side could only manage two wins over their last thirteen games.
The Livorno website made the announcement official as the club thanked him for his dedication while announcing that Davide Nicola would return to his post as coach of the side.
“Livorno officially announce the sacking of Domenico Di Carlo as coach of the first team,” a statement on the club’s website read.
“The club would like to thank to Mr. Di Carlo for his dedication, professionalism and his effort. The post of managing the first team of Livorno Calcio has been entrusted to Davide Nicola.”
The 41 year old Nicola returns to the Labronici after being sacked and replaced with technical director Attilo Perotti in January.
Livorno are currently in the 19th position with 25 points, three behind Sassuolo and Bologna as they look to stay in Italy’s top flight under Nicola with only four games remaining in the season.