|Full name||Bruno Conti|
|Date of birth||13 March 1955|
|Place of birth||Nettuno, Italy|
|Height||1.69 m (5 ft 7 in)|
|Playing position||Winger (Retired)|
(Director of Youth Sector)
|1975–1976||→ Genoa (loan)||36||(3)|
|1978–1979||→ Genoa (loan)||32||(1)|
|1991–1992||AS Roma baretti (U-19)|
|1992–1993||AS Roma primavera (U-20)|
|2005||AS Roma caretaker|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Bruno Conti (born 13 March 1955 in Nettuno, province of Rome) is a former Italian football player and manager of Serie A club Roma from 14 March 2005 to 30 June 2005. He is currently head of the club's youth sector.
Conti spent his entire career, aside from two year-long loan spells at Genoa, at Roma, winning the Scudetto in 1983 and Coppa Italia four times. He helped them to the 1984 European Cup Final but were defeated on penalties by Liverpool, with Conti missing his penalty in the shootout.
He is one of eleven members of A.S. Roma Hall of Fame.
Conti made his debut in October 1980 against Luxembourg. He was part of the Italian national side that won the 1982 FIFA World Cup. In the final, despite being booked after 31 minutes, he was a central figure in Italy's second goal that was scored by Marco Tardelli and single-handedly created Italy's third goal by breaking down the right side from the half-way line and crossing to Alessandro Altobelli to score from the top of the box after 81 minutes. The Italians won the game 3-1 and their third World Cup.
After retiring, Conti remained at Roma as a member of the youth sector's coaching staff. Following the departure of coach Luigi Delneri, he moved up from his position as head of the club's youth teams to first team coach during the 2004-05 season. Conti did not possess a coaching licence, but was a respected figure at the club. World Cup winners, however, are exempted from taking coaching exams. He led Roma to the Coppa Italia final and to a UEFA Cup berth. His short term role as caretaker manager finished when Roma appointed Luciano Spalletti as coach.
Normally a winger, Conti was among the best players in the world during his prime. He was renowned for his pace, dribbling ability and crossing ability.
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