Vélez Sársfield managers

Posted May 24, 2011
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  1. Marcelo Bielsa

    Marcelo Bielsa


    Marcelo Alberto Bielsa Caldera (nicknamed Loco Bielsa English: Madman Bielsa; born 21 July 1955) is an Argentine football coach . Bielsa has managed football clubs and also the national teams of Argentina and Chile. In Chile, he achieved cult status due to the improved results of the national team under his leadership. His personality and gestures during his stance in Chile captured the attention of media and unleashed a series of minor controversies both in sports and politics. On 8 August 2015, Bielsa resigned as Marseille's coach.

  2. Omar Sívori

    Omar Sívori


    Enrique Omar Sívori (2 October 1935 – 17 February 2005) was an Italian Argentine football striker and manager. He is known for his time with the successful Juventus side during the late 1950s and early 1960s. At club level he also played for River Plate and Napoli.

  3. Carlos Bianchi

    Carlos Bianchi


    Carlos Arcecio Bianchi (born 26 April 1949), is a prolific Argentine football forward turned manager. Although he had a bright career as a goalscorer in Argentina and France, Bianchi is best known as one of the most successful coaches of all time managing Vélez Sarsfield and Boca Juniors to a great number of titles each. Bianchi is the only coach to win four Copa Libertadores. He most recently served as manager of Boca Juniors.

  4. Héctor Veira

    Héctor Veira


    Héctor "Bambino" Veira (born May 29, 1946 in Buenos Aires) is a former Argentine footballer. Since retiring as a player he has gone on to win several major titles as a manager.

  5. Juan Carlos Lorenzo

    Juan Carlos Lorenzo


    Juan Carlos ("Toto") Lorenzo (22 October 1922 in Buenos Aires – 14 November 2001 in Buenos Aires) was an Argentine football player and coach. He is an icon for Boca Juniors fans, as he coached the club to its first two Copa Libertadores titles.

  6. Ricardo La Volpe

    Ricardo La Volpe


    Ricardo Antonio La Volpe Guarchoni, (born 6 February 1952), is a former Argentine footballer. Current he work in the Liga MX club Chiapas.

  7. Alberto Fanesi

    Alberto Fanesi


    Alberto José Fanesi (born 16 February 1948 in Casilda, Santa Fe) is an Argentine footballer managerer and former player. As a player he won the Argentine championship with three teams.

  8. Victorio Spinetto

    Victorio Spinetto


    Victorio Luis Spinetto (June 3, 1911 – August 28, 1990) was an Argentine footballer and manager. He played mostly for Vélez Sársfield in the Argentine Primera División, debuting with the club in 1932 and retiring in 1940. After retiring, Spinetto took managerial duties in the team, and held the position for 14 years.

  9. 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.

  10. Julio César Falcioni

    Julio César Falcioni


    Julio César Falcioni (born 20 July 1956 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine football manager and former goalkeeper.

  11. Eduardo Luján Manera

    Eduardo Luján Manera


    Eduardo Luján Manera (22 August 1944 - 15 August 2000) was an Argentine football defender, and a manager who won the Argentine Primera with Estudiantes de La Plata as player and manager. He was banned from football for 20 games by the Argentine Football Association and sent to prison for a month following assaults on AC Milan players in the 1969 Intercontinental Cup final.

  12. Carlos Cavagnaro

    Carlos Cavagnaro


    Carlos Albert Cavagnaro (born 9 April 1946 in Necochea, Buenos Aires) is an Argentine football manager. He became the youngest football manager in the history of the Argentine Primera when he took charge of Argentinos Juniors in 1969 aged 22.

  13. Miguel Ángel Russo

    Miguel Ángel Russo


    Miguel Ángel Russo (born 9 April 1956) is an Argentine football coach and former player. He currently manages Vélez Sarsfield in the Argentine Primera División.

  14. Edgardo Bauza

    Edgardo Bauza


    Edgardo Bauza (born January 26, 1958 in Granadero Baigorria, Rosario, Santa Fe) is an Argentine former footballer. Before taking up management, he played over 300 games for Rosario Central, a club he went on to manage. He also played for Independiente in Argentina, Atlético Junior in Colombia and Veracruz in Mexico. .

  15. Ricardo Gareca

    Ricardo Gareca


    Ricardo Alberto Gareca Nardi, nicknamed el Tigre (in English: "the Tiger") and el Flaco (in English: "the Skinny (one)"), (born 10 February 1958) is an Argentine football manager and former player.

  16. Carlos Ischia

    Carlos Ischia


    Carlos Ischia (born 28 October 1956 in Buenos Aires) is a former Argentine footballer. He is the current head coach of Argentina Primera Division club Racing Club de Avellaneda since 2013.

  17. Jorge Solari

    Jorge Solari


    Jorge Raúl Solari, (born 11 November 1941) is a former Argentine football player and manager.

  18. Osvaldo Piazza

    Osvaldo Piazza


    Osvaldo José Piazza (born 6 April 1947 in Buenos Aires) is a former Argentine football defender, now a manager.

  19. Mario Zanabria

    Mario Zanabria


    Mario Nicasio Zanabria (born 1 October 1948 in Santa Fe) is a former Argentine football (soccer) player and the current coach of Real España.

  20. Hugo Tocalli

    Hugo Tocalli


    Hugo Daniel Tocalli (born 21 January 1948) is a former Argentine football goalkeeper and coach. He played over 400 games in Argentine football and went on to coach a number of clubs and Argentina U20.

  21. Juan José Ferraro

    Juan José Ferraro

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    Juan José Ferraro (September 5, 1923 – November 18, 1973) was an Argentine footballer. He played mostly in his country for Vélez Sársfield, scoring 111 goals in 238 games with the team in the Argentine Primera División, and a total of 157 goals in 303 games (counting second division matches). Ferraro is the second top scorer in the club's history, behind Carlos Bianchi (who has 206 goals).

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