Giuseppe Marchioro

Giuseppe Marchioro
Personal information
Full nameGiuseppe Marchioro
Date of birth (1936-03-13) March 13, 1936 (age 78)
Place of birthMilan, Italy
Playing positionForward
Youth career
1949–1959Milan
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
Legnano
Varese
1967–1966Catanzaro
Teams managed
1970–1972Verbania
1972–1973Alessandria
1973–1975Como
1975–1976Cesena
1976–1977Milan
1977–1978Cesena
1978–1982Como
1982Avellino
1983–1984Cesena
1984–1985Ancona
1985–1986Prato
1986–1987Barletta
1987–1988Foggia
1988–1994Reggiana
1994Genoa
1995Venezia
1996–1997Cesena
1997Triestina
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of February 28, 2010. † Appearances (Goals).

Giuseppe Marchioro (born March 13, 1936) is an Italian professional former footballer and manager.

Career

Footballer

As a footballer, he grew up in A.C. Milan youth team, winning a Torneo di Viareggio in 1957. Later, he played only in lower Italian categories. With Catanzaro he reached a Coppa Italia final in 1966, scoring a goal in the last match against Fiorentina.[1]

Coach

Between 1968 and 1970 he attended Liedholm and Radice during their work in Monza.[2]

He began to coach on 1970, training Verbania. In 1973, with Alessandria, he won the first edition of Coppa Italia Semiprofessionisti (now Coppa Italia Lega Pro). In 1975 his Como was promoted in Serie A; next year led Cesena for the first time in UEFA Cup.

After a delusive first experience in a top club (Milan, season 1976–77), he coached in lower series. In 1988 he signed for Reggiana, which he led for few years from Serie C1 to A.

He retired in 1997.

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