Carlos Cavagnaro

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Carlos Cavagnaro
Personal information
Full name Carlos Alberto Cavagnaro
Date of birth 9 April 1946
Place of birth Necochea, Argentina
Youth career
Team
Vélez Sársfield
Teams managed
Years Team
1969 Argentinos Juniors
1969 Vélez Sársfield
1970–1971 UNAM Pumas
1972 Ferro Carril Oeste
1973–1974 Circulo Italiano Atletico Regina
1975 Atlante
1976 Guatemala
1977–1978 Vélez Sársfield
1979–1980 Racing Club
1981 Unión de Santa Fe
1982 Racing Club
1983 Guatemala
1984 Panama
1985 Platense
1986–1987 Grenada
1988 St Kitts and Nevis
Defensores de Belgrano
El Porvenir
Chacarita Juniors
Universidad
1989 Philippines
2005–2006 El Salvador
2007 V.B. Sport

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.[1]

Cavagnaro has coached ten Argentine teams, including Argentinos Juniors, Vélez Sársfield, Ferro Carril Oeste, Racing Club, Unión de Santa Fe and Platense in the Argentine Primera. He has also worked in Mexico where he was coach of UNAM Pumas and Atlante.

He has also coached a large number of national teams in the CONCACAF region, these include Guatemala (twice), Panama, Grenada, St Kitts and Nevis and El Salvador.

Cavagnaro has also worked in Asia. He become the head coach of the Philippines national team in 1989,[2] and in 2007 he worked as the coach of VB Sports Club of the Maldives.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Carlos Cavagnaro curriculum (Spanish)
  2. ^ "Philippine Football Federation certification to Carlos Cavagnaro". CarlosCavagnaro.com. Retrieved 29 May 2010. 

External links[edit]

Template:Panama national football team managers

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