Andrea Trinchieri

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Andrea Trinchieri
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Trinchieri in Skopje (MZT vs UNICS in 2013)
Brose Baskets Bamberg
Position Head coach
League Basketball Bundesliga
Personal information
Born (1967-08-06) August 6, 1967 (age 46)
Milan, Italy
Nationality Italian
Career information
Coaching career 1998–present
Career history
As coach:
1998–2004 Olimpia Milano (assistant)
2004–2007 Gruppo Triboldi Basket
2007 Juvecaserta Basket
2008–2009 Veroli Basket
2009–2013 Pallacanestro Cantù
2013–2014 Greece
2013–2014 UNICS Kazan
2014–present Brose Baskets Bamberg
Career highlights and awards

As coach:

Andrea Trinchieri (born August 6, 1967) is an Italian professional basketball coach. He is the head coach of Brose Baskets Bamberg.

Coaching career[edit]

Clubs[edit]

Trinchieri was the assistant head coach with the Italian League club Olimpia Milano from 1998 to 2004. He then became the head coach of the Italian club Vanoli Basket from 2004 to 2007. He helped Vanoli get promoted from the Italian 3rd Division to the Italian Second Division. After that, he was the head coach of the Italian club Juvecaserta Basket, which was also in the Italian Second Division at that time.

His next head coaching job was also in the Italian Second Division, with Veroli Basket, from 2008-2009. With Veroli Basket, he won the Italian Second Division Cup championship, and he was named the Italian Second Division's Coach of the Year in 2009.[1]

After that, he became the head coach of the Italian team Cantù.[2] As the head coach of Cantù, he was named the Italian League Coach of the Year in both 2010 and 2011. He also won the Italian Supercup with Cantù in 2012-13 season. In 2013, he became the head coach of the VTB United League club Unics Kazan.[3]

In July 2014 it was announced that he will be the new head coach of the Brose Baskets Bamberg.[4]

Greek national team[edit]

It was announced on January 2, 2013, by the Hellenic Basketball Federation, that Trinchieri would coach the senior men's Greek national team for the next 2 years.[5][6] In June 2014 he was replaced by Fotis Katsikaris even though Trinchieri still had a valid contract as head coach.[7]

Personal life[edit]

Trinchieri's mother is from Croatia, his grandmother is from Montenegro, his father is from America, and his grandfather is from Italy.[8]

Awards and accomplishments[edit]

References[edit]

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