Loris Dominissini, the former Udinese player and coach who died of Covid at the age of 59

Loris Dominissini, former Juventus player and coach, died at the age of 59 in the hospital of San Vito al Tagliamento (Pordenone) where he was hospitalized for Covid-19. As a footballer he covered the role of midfielder and collected with the jersey ofUdinese 17 appearances between the 1983-84 and 1984-85 championships, before moving on to Messina and, after the Reggiana. After the career in 1996, in the 1998-99 season he returns all’Udinese as a coach to lead the training of pupils. In 2006 he took the reins of the first team, fresh from his first participation in the Champions League, together with Nestor Sensini and taking over from Xerxes Cosmi. With the duo Dominissini-Sensini the team collected two draws in six games and was then entrusted to Giovanni Galeone, which led the Bianconeri to 12th place.

(in the photo: 2002-2003 Tim Cup Championship, Juventus-Como)

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