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Zdenek Zeman continues to be sacked as Cagliari manager, the Serie A strugglers have announced.

Italian sports newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport claimed on Monday that Cagliari would make a coaching change over the two-week winter break, and also the Sardinian club have recently acted.An argument on the Cagliari's website read: "Cagliari Calcio announces that from now Zdenek Zeman leaves the technical guidance in the varsity. The business would like to thank the coach and his staff for your work carried out in recent months with great professionalism and dedication."

Zeman was appointed in July and guided Cagliari into a 4-1 victory over Inter Milan in September, but I Rossoblu have won one match in 12 subsequent fixtures.

A 3-1 defeat to Juventus last Thursday dropped Cagliari to 18th set up the league standings, three points adrift of safety, and the 67-year-old Zeman has paid the cost of the wretched run of form.Zeman has additionally coached like Lazio, Roma, Fenerbahce and Red Star Belgrade during his 31-year managerial career.

La Gazzetta dello Sport has suggested that former Cagliari player Gianfranco Zola is the favourite to fill the vacant Stadio Sant'Elia hot-seat, while Walter Zenga and Delio Rossi have also been touted.

— Tuesday, December 30, 2014