Lippi to quit post-SWC
Rome - Italy coach Marcello Lippi has indicated he will step down again after the World Cup in South Africa.
Lippi said that Italian football federation president Giancarlo Abete "already knows what I will do after the World Cup".
Lippi has been linked with a return to the club he formerly coached, Juventus, in a managerial position.
The Gazzetta dello Sport on Tuesday was already considering Lippi's possible replacement, with Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti and Cagliari coach Massimiliano Allegri topping the list.
Lippi already resigned after leading Italy to the 2006 World Cup title, then returned two years later.
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