Earlier this week, Gennaro Gattuso was appointed as the head coach of AC Milan, and upon the announcement of his new role, videos have gone viral of some of his most memorable and volatile moments on the bench so far. Is he the most violent coach around?
The 2006 World Cup champion and two-times Champions League winner will oversee his first game on the bench for the Rossoneri against Benevento on Sunday afternoon, and it's safe to say many will be keeping a closer eye on him instead of the players on the field.
Gattuso made a name for himself as a tough-tackling, no-nonsense midfielder, and one of the most tainted memories of him as a player was when he choked former Tottenham Hotspur assistant coach Joe Jordan.
Since retiring from the game in 2013, though, his vulgar and explosive nature hasn't dwindled, and he has been seen giving his players, teammates, assistants and journalists a taste of his medicine.
Here is Gattuso swearing at journalists.
When coaching Pisa, Gattuso slapped his assistant coach.
With Milan currently struggling for form in Serie A, Gattuso's tough approach may be exactly what the Diavoli need in order to regain their form.
Do you think Gattuso is the most violent coach around?