Giancarlo Cadè

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Giancarlo Cadè
Personal information
Date of birth (1930-02-27)27 February 1930
Place of birth Zanica, Italy
Date of death 7 October 2013(2013-10-07) (aged 83)
Place of death Zanica, Italy
Playing position Midfielder
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1948–1950 Atalanta 4 (0)
1950–1951 Catania 24 (0)
1951–1954 Atalanta 56 (0)
1954–1955 Cagliari 7 (0)
1955–1956 Atalanta 4 (0)
1956–1958 Reggina 51 (3)
1958–1960 Mantova 39 (0)
Total 185 (3)
National team
1952  Italy 1 (0)
Teams managed
1963–1964 Reggiana
1964–1965 Verona
1965–1968 Mantova
1968–1969 Verona
1969–1971 Torino
1971–1972 Varese
1972–1975 Verona
1975–1976 Atalanta
1976–1978 Pescara
1978–1979 Cesena
1979–1980 Palermo
1980–1981 Verona
1981–1983 L.R. Vicenza
1983–1984 Bologna
1984–1985 Campobasso
1985–1986 Reggiana
1986–1989 Ancona
1989–1990 Virescit Bergamo
1990–1991 Ravenna
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Giancarlo Cadè (27 February 1930 – 7 October 2013) was an Italian professional football player and coach, who played as a midfielder.

Club career[edit]

Born in Zanica, Cadè played for 6 seasons (64 games, no goals) in the Serie A for Atalanta B.C..

International career[edit]

Cadè played his only game for the Italy national football team on July 16, 1952, at the 1952 Summer Olympics, against the United States.

Managing career[edit]

Among the more notable stages of Cadè's career as a manager were his times with A.C. Reggiana 1919 (his first managerial experience, promotion to Serie B), A.C. Mantova (promotion to Serie A, 9th and 16th place in the Serie A and relegation back to Serie B), second stint with Hellas Verona F.C. (10th in Serie A), A.C. Torino (7th and 8th in Serie A), A.S. Varese 1910 (relegation from Serie A), third stint with Hellas Verona F.C. (10th and 13th in Serie A), Delfino Pescara 1936 (promotion to Serie A), Bologna F.C. 1909 (promotion to Serie B) and A.C. Ancona (promotion to Serie B).

Personal life[edit]

Giancarlo Cadè's younger brother Giuseppe Cadè played football professionally as well. To distinguish them, Giancarlo was referred to as Cadè I and Giuseppe as Cadè II.


Cadè died, aged 83, in Zanica on October 7, 2013.[1]


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