Cricbuzz Staff A new DRC head coach has reportedly been put on the stand for questioning on the club’s lack of results, with the DRC boss also facing an investigation by the ethics committee.
According to Corriere dello Sport, the Drc chairman has informed the ethics panel that Alessandro Nesta has “trouble” with the way the team is performing, and that the Draks’ boss will face an inquiry into the team’s performance in their first game in three weeks.
Alessandro Nessa is currently the DRA coach.
Corriere Dello Sport reports that Nesta was questioned by the committee on Tuesday, and will now face a disciplinary hearing on Monday.
“Nesta is the DCR’s president.
He is a good man.
We are deeply sorry for this, and we will discuss this with him tomorrow,” said DRA boss Gianluca Di Marzio.
Draks fans were not pleased with the results of the Dribbble Cup campaign, as the club fell to a 1-0 defeat against the reigning champion, Benfica.
Nesta, who is currently working for the Serie A side Udinese, has overseen the club since January, with a record of 13-19-11.