Francesco Buglio

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Francesco Buglio
Personal information
Full name Francesco Buglio
Date of birth (1957-05-21) May 21, 1957 (age 60)
Place of birth Catania, Italy
Youth career
Varese
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1974–1975 Varese 1 (0)
1976–1977 Salernitana 6 (0)
Viareggio
Teams managed
1984–1986 Bozzano
1986–1987 Viareggio
1987–1988 Pistoiese
1988–1989 Seravezza
1989–1990 Ninfea Torrelaghese
1990–1993 Massarosa
1993–1995 Forte Dei Marmi
1995–1998 Viareggio
1998–1999 Saronno
1999–2000 Rondinella
2001–2003 Aglianese
2003–2004 Valenzana
2004–2006 San Marino
2006–2007 Ivrea
2007–2008 Spal
2008–2009 Poggibonsi
2009–2010 Alessandria
2010–2012 Casalem
2014–Present Acqui Calcio
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of February 28, 2010.

Francesco Buglio (born May 21, 1957) is an Italian professional football manager.

Career[edit]

Footballer[edit]

As a footballer, he played shortly in Varese (having his debut in 1974–75 Serie A) and Viareggio youth teams. Ha played also in Salernitana.[1] He soon retired from active football because of health reasons, then he pursued a coaching career.[2]

Coach[edit]

For a decade he trained little Tuscany teams, following even Marcello Lippi as vice during his experience with A.C. Pistoiese (1987).[2]

In his career he won two Serie D championships with Viareggio and Aglianese and reached a promotion from Serie C2 to Serie C1 with San Marino.[3]

Lately he trained Alessandria in Lega Pro Prima Divisione; in the same team played his son Angelo Buglio.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stagione 1976-77 on Salernitanastory.it
  2. ^ a b http://ilrestodelcarlino.ilsole24ore.com/ferrara/2007/10/09/40136-lippi_racconta_buglio.shtml
  3. ^ http://www.emozionecalcio.it/scheda_persona/Francesco-Buglio/10378.aspx
  4. ^ http://archiviostorico.gazzetta.it/2010/gennaio/30/Alleno_mio_figlio_uno_come_ga_10_100130057.shtml