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Marco Rossi, the current manager of the Hungarian national football team was born in Druento, Italy in 1964. Although of Italian descent, Rossi has been firmly enveloped by Hungarian football culture after managing in the country's domestic leagues before taking the international position he currently holds.

Between 1983 and 2000, a 17 years period, Rossi played professional football to relatively high standard. A defender who embodied all the typical characteristics of Italian football, Rossi began his career with Torino. He made a measly two appearances for the Turin club before taking a step down in order to fin more regular football. He then spent a number of years in Italy's lower leagues with Campania, Campania Puteolana and Cantanzaro, making well over a century of appearances in the process, before getting his big break with Serie A side Brescia in 1988.

In his five years with the Italian club, Rossi would make 164 league starts and scored ten goals from centre-back. Owing to his half a decade of service for the club, he endeared himself to the Brescia faithful. As the club for whom Rossi played the most football, they are the most significant team in Rossi's long career.

After this he stayed in Italy with Sampdoria, who were enjoying something of a golden era, before moving to Club America in Mexico. He would briefly return to Europe with Frankfurt before seeing out the rest of his career where he started, in the lower leagues of Italy.

After the event of his retirement, Rossi would take a step back from football. His self-imposed hiatus would last four years, during which he pursued his coaching badges from UEFA. After gaining the necessary accreditation, Rossi got his first managers job with AC Lumezzane in 2004. He oversaw nearly 70 games with AC in his two seasons with the club but was largely unsuccessful, winning just 17 in the entire spell.

Before long, Rossi had packed his bags and headed to Pro Patria Calcio for the first of two eventful spells as head coach. The first of these lasted a little over six months, Rossi's win ratio was again disappointing and he was unable to draw Calcio away from a relegation scrap at the mid-point of the season. He was ousted in December. Bizarrely however, Rossi was reappointed at the end of the following season. The reasoning behind this U-turn from the Calcio board is unclear; but, sadly, it didn't work. His record in this second stint was as poor as his first and by the end of the season he was relieved of his duties once more.

He sank into relative obscurity with Spezia Calcio and Scafetse from 2008 to 2010 but was offered a reprieve by Cavese for the start of their 2010/2011 campaign. Worryingly, he continued his penchant for poor form and was sacked in February of the same season.

Then came the revolutionary moment in Rossi's career: moving to Hunfary. Here, in two spells with Budapest Honved, he salvaged his reputation after winning the Nezeti Bajnoksag at the close on the 2016/17 season. His win ratio was very healthy in his time in Hungary.

And, after a decent spell in Slovenia with Dunajska Streda, he has returned to the country which suited him so well, this time as the manager of the national team. Hungary is a nation with a rich footballing history; they will be hoping Rossi is capable of adding to it.