Andrea Anastasi

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Andrea Anastasi
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Personal information
Full name Andrea Anastasi
Nationality Italian
Born (1960-10-08) October 8, 1960 (age 54)
Poggio Rusco, Italy
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Coaching information
Previous teams coached
Years Teams
1994–1995
1995–1999
1999–2003
2003–2005
2005–2007
2007–2010
2011–2013
2014–
Italy Pallavolo Brescia
Italy Montichiari
Italy Italy
Italy Piemonte Volley
Spain Spain
Italy Italy
Poland Poland
Poland Lotos Trefl Gdańsk
Volleyball information
Position Outside hitter
Career
Years Teams
1977–1980
1980–1983
1983–1987
1987–1991
1991–1992
1992–1993
Italy Pallavolo Parma
Italy Panini Modena
Italy Pallavolo Falconara
Italy Sisley Treviso
Italy Schio Sport
Italy Pallavolo Gioia del Colle
National team
1981–1991  Italy
Last updated: April 28, 2015

Andrea Anastasi (born October 8, 1960 in Poggio Rusco, Italy) is a former Italian volleyball player, World Champion 1990, European Championship 1989, World League 1990 and World League 1991, head coach of Polish club Lotos Trefl Gdańsk.

As coach of Poland (World League 2012).
During the World League 2013 as the coach of Poland.

Career as coach[edit]

As a coach, he won eight medals - bronze at Olympics 2000, gold medals of European Championship 1999, 2003, silver from 2001 and medals of World League (two gold - 1999, 2000, silver - 2001 and bronze - 2003) with Italy, gold medal of European Championship 2007 with Spain and four medals with Poland (gold medal of World League 2012,[1][2] silver medal of World Cup 2011[3] and two bronze medals of World League 2011,[4] European Championship 2011).

On June 5, 2014 was announced, that Anastasi will be a new coach of Polish club - Lotos Trefl Gdańsk in season 2014/2015.[5][6] His club won 19, lost 7 matches in regular season of 2014–15 PlusLiga and advanced to the Polish Cup final four. Because of good results, he signed new two-year contract with club from Gdańsk on February 23, 2015.[7]

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Argentina Daniel Castellani
Head coach of Poland
2011–2013
Succeeded by
France Stephane Antiga