|Full name||Ramón Cabrero|
|Date of birth||November 11, 1947|
|Place of birth||Santander, Cantabria, Spain|
|1969||Newell's Old Boys||13||(1)|
|1976-1978||San Martín MDZ|
|1989-1990||Central Córdoba (SdE)|
|1990-1991||Colón Santa Fe|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 10:28, 17 May 2009 (UTC).
† Appearances (Goals).
Cabrero was born in the Spanish city of Santander, but when he was 4 years old he moved to Argentina.
Cabrero played 5 years with Lanús before joining Newell's Old Boys. He then played for three clubs in Spain; Atlético Madrid, Elche CF and Mallorca. He returned to Argentina and played in Mendoza with Independiente Rivadavia and San Martín.
Cabrero's first success as a manager came when he led Deportivo Italiano into the Primera División Argentina by winning the Primera B Nacional in 1986. He then had spells in charge of Deportivo Maipú, Central Córdoba (SdE) and Colón de Santa Fe.
Cabrero then had several years as a youth team coach with Racing Club and Lanús.
Cabrero returned to first team management with Albanian side Dinamo Tirana in 2005 but was sacked for failing to reach the 2nd round of the Intertoto Cup. He then took over as coach of Lanús in 2005.
In May, 2009, Cabrero became manager of Atletico Nacional, from Medellin, Colombia.
|Apertura 1986||Sportivo Italiano||Primera B Nacional|
|Apertura 2007||Lanús||Primera División Argentina|