Cagliari Calcio – managers

Posted May 31, 2011
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  1. Luis Suárez Miramontes

    Luis Suárez Miramontes


    Luis Suárez Miramontes (born 2 May 1935), also known by the diminutive Luisito, is a Spanish former footballer and manager. He played as a midfielder for Deportivo de La Coruña, CD España Industrial, FC Barcelona, Inter Milan, Sampdoria and Spain. Suárez is regarded as one of Spain's greatest players; he was noted for his elegant, fluid, graceful style of play. Nicknamed El Arquitecto (The Architect) he was noted for his perceptive passing and explosive shot and in 1960 he became the first Spanish-born player to be voted Ballon d'Or. In 1964 he helped Spain win the European Championship. Suarez originally achieved prominence as a creative inside forward or attacking midfielder for the great Barcelona team of the 1950s before he joined Inter Milan where he reached his prime as deep lying playmaker for the legendary Grande Inter team of the 1960s. He played a pivotal role in the success Herrera's Inter Milan side, and was one of the primary creative forces in the squad, due to his ball skills, vision, and passing range. He retired as a player in 1973, after three seasons at Sampdoria.

  2. Giovanni Trapattoni

    Giovanni Trapattoni


    Giovanni Trapattoni (born 17 March 1939), sometimes popularly known as "Trap" or "Il Trap", is an Italian football manager and former footballer, considered the most successful club coach in the history of Serie A. As a player he spent almost his entire career with A.C. Milan, where he won two Serie A titles and the European Cup in 1963 and 1969. He was also a member of Italy's squad at the 1962 FIFA World Cup.

  3. Enrico Verachi

    Enrico Verachi


    Enrico Verachi (born January 18, 1990 in Nuoro) is an Italian professional football player. Currently, he plays for Cagliari Calcio as an attacking midfielder.

  4. Michael Agazzi

    Michael Agazzi


    Michael Agazzi (born 3 July 1984 in Ponte San Pietro) is an Italian footballer who plays for Middlesbrough on loan from A.C. Milan.

  5. Gianfranco Zola

    Gianfranco Zola


    Gianfranco Zola, OBE, Ufficiale OMRI (born 5 July 1966) is an Italian former footballer, who played predominantly as a forward. After retirement from playing he became a manager, most recently at Al-Arabi.

  6. Claudio Ranieri

    Claudio Ranieri


    Claudio Ranieri (born 20 October 1951) is an Italian football manager and former player. He is the current manager of Leicester City. He has previously managed many European clubs, namely Cagliari, Napoli, Fiorentina, Valencia, Atlético Madrid, Chelsea, Parma, Juventus, Roma, Internazionale and lastly Monaco. Following the 2014 FIFA World Cup, Ranieri was appointed as manager of the Greek national team, a tenure which ended unsuccessfully. He has since returned to club management at Leicester City.

  7. Roberto Donadoni

    Roberto Donadoni


    Roberto Donadoni (born 9 September 1963) is an Italian football manager and former midfielder, who is currently without a club.

  8. Massimiliano Allegri

    Massimiliano Allegri


    Massimiliano Allegri (born 11 August 1967) is an Italian football manager currently in charge of Juventus and former midfielder. He was the manager of Serie A club Milan up until January of 2014. In the 2010–11 season, Allegri's Milan won their first Serie A league trophy since 2004.

  9. Ettore Puricelli

    Ettore Puricelli


    Héctor "Ettore" Puricelli (15 September 1916 – 14 May 2001) was a football player and manager. Born in Uruguay, he represented Italy at international level. As a player, he is most famous for his time with Bologna and Milan.

  10. Ernest Erbstein

    Ernest Erbstein


    Ernest Erbstein, Hungarian: Erbstein Ernő, (13 May 1898 - 4 May 1949) commonly known as Ernest Egri-Erbstein was a Jewish-Hungarian football player and later manager from Nagyvárad; now known as Oradea in Romania. He carried out his footballing activities in several countries, he was most noted for his association with Italian football.

  11. Óscar Tabárez

    Óscar Tabárez


    Óscar Wáshington Tabárez Sclavo (born 3 March 1947), known as El Maestro (The Teacher), is a Uruguayan football manager and former footballer, who played as a defender. He is currently the manager of the Uruguay national team.

  12. Gustavo Giagnoni

    Gustavo Giagnoni


    Gustavo Giagnoni (born 23 March 1933) is an Italian former footballer and manager from Olbia, Sardinia. He is most noted for his career as a footballing manager in Italy at clubs such as Roma, Bologna and AC Milan.

  13. Edoardo Reja

    Edoardo Reja


    Edoardo "Edy" Reja (born 10 October 1945) is an Italian football coach and former player, who is the current manager of Atalanta B.C. in the Italian Serie A. Born in Lucinico (Slovene: Ločnik), Gorizia (Slovene: Gorica), Italy to a Slovene father and Friulian mother, Reja is fluent in all three local languages; Friulan, Italian and Slovene.

  14. Andrea Lazzari

    Andrea Lazzari


    Andrea Lazzari (born 3 December 1984) is an Italian footballer who plays as a midfielder for Serie A club Carpi.

  15. Federico Allasio

    Federico Allasio


    Federico Allasio (30 May 1914 – 27 May 1987) was an Italian footballer who was midfielder and manager from Turin. He started his footballing career with hometown side Torino, before going on to play for Genoa and Suzzara.

  16. Ivan Pelizzoli

    Ivan Pelizzoli


    Ivan Pelizzoli (born 18 November 1980) is an Italian professional footballer who plays as goalkeeper for Virtus Entella in Italy's Serie B.

  17. Davide Astori

    Davide Astori


    Davide Astori (born 7 January 1987) is an Italian international footballer who plays for Fiorentina, on loan from Cagliari, as a central defender.

  18. Zdeněk Zeman

    Zdeněk Zeman


    Zdeněk Zeman (born 12 May 1947) is a Czech-Italian football coach. He has managed numerous different teams, mostly in Italian football, over the years, and most recently was manager of Cagliari, for whom he spent two stints managing in 2014–15.

  19. Carlo Alberto Quario

    Carlo Alberto Quario


    Carlo Alberto Quario (born March 14, 1913 in Vercelli; died August 30, 1984) was an Italian professional football player and coach.

  20. Ferenc Molnár (footballer)

    Ferenc Molnár (footballer)


    Ferenc Molnár (8 April 1891 - ?) was a Hungarian football player and manager from Érd. As a player he competed with MTK Budapest for thirteen years before moving to Italy to play for and manage many clubs.

  21. Daniele Magliocchetti

    Daniele Magliocchetti


    Daniele Magliocchetti (born 11 May 1986), is an Italian football defender.

  22. Attilio Tesser

    Attilio Tesser


    Attilio Tesser (born 10 June 1958) is an Italian association football and current manager of Avellino.

  23. Federico Marchetti

    Federico Marchetti


    Federico Marchetti (born 7 February 1983 in Bassano del Grappa) is an Italian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Serie A club Lazio. He has also represented the Italian national team, most notably making three appearances after Gianluigi Buffon's injury at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.

  24. Davide Ballardini

    Davide Ballardini


    Davide Ballardini (born 6 January 1964) is an Italian football manager. He formerly played professionally for Cesena, and a current manager.

  25. Giuseppe Chiappella

    Giuseppe Chiappella


    Giuseppe Chiappella (September 28, 1924 – December 26, 2009) was an Italian football midfielder and manager. He started his career with Pisa, but is most famous for making over 300 appearances for Fiorentina. He represented Italy at national level in 17 games.

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