Former Italy and World Cup-winning boss Lippi: I'm done coaching

Credit: WorldNews- Published on October 23, 2020
Marcello Lippi, 72, will not be returning to the dugout, having resigned as China head coach in November last year. Former Italy, Juventus and World Cup-winning boss Marcello Lippi said he is "definitely done" with coaching. Lippi has been without a job since resigning as China...
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Kapil Dev suffers heart attack, undergoes angioplasty surgery at Delhi hospital | Oneindia News
In an unfortunate turn of events, former India captain Kapil Dev has been hospitalised after he suffered a heart attack. The Legendary Indian cricketer has undergone angioplasty at a hospital in New Delhi. The former Indian skipper was also dealing with diabetes-related health issues. The news of Kapil Dev's heart attack has left the entire social media shocked as fans took to different platforms to wish the 'Haryana Hurricane' a speedy recovery. Former Indian captain and one of the finest all-rounders from the cricket world, Kapil Dev led India to their first World Cup triumph in 1983. #KapilDev #KapilDevHospitalised #GetWellSoonKapilDev

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