Carbone fills out an application for a job at Bradford

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Benito Carbone, former Italian striker who made a name in the Premier League Submit an application for the vacant Bradford City manager position.

Bradford City, currently playing in League Two, sacked Derek Adams as manager on Tuesday. And is in the process of interviewing for a new coach with Carbone, a famous former striker, submitted an application. “I want to go back there, Bradford is a good ufabet club for me. I enjoyed my time there. Now I’m a coach And my dream is to go back to England as a manager.”

“Maybe it’s Bradford someday, that will always be a special club for me,” said Carbone, who played for Bradford in the 2000-01 Premier League season. since before the emergence of COVID-19 Carbone, 50, has yet to establish a reputation as a coach. The latest job is to be an assistant coach in the Azerbaijani national team. While the full team had to go back to the 2016-17 season with Ternana.

Now Sky Sports claims that Carbone has applied for the job to replace him.

They state he has told the club he is interested in taking over.

And Carbone, whose last job was as assistant coach for the Azerbaijan national team, has previously outlined his desire to head back to the ‘special’ Bantams.