Gino Lettieri

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Gino Lettieri
Personal information
Date of birth (1966-12-23) 23 December 1966 (age 50)
Place of birth Zürich, Switzerland
Height 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Club information
Current team
FSV Frankfurt (Manager)
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1986–1987 1860 Munich
1987 TSV Ampfing
1988–1990 Wacker München
1990–1991 TSV Ampfing
1991 Falke Markt Schwaben
Teams managed
1997–2000 Bayern Hof
2000–2002 FC Augsburg
2002–2003 Bonner SC
2003–2006 SpVgg Bayreuth
2006 SV Darmstadt 98
2007 Wacker Burghausen
2007–2010 SpVgg Weiden
2010–2012 Wehen Wiesbaden
2014–2015 MSV Duisburg
2017– FSV Frankfurt
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Gino Lettieri (born 23 December 1966) is a football manager who currently coaches FSV Frankfurt. Lettieri is an Italian national but was born in Switzerland.

Coaching career[edit]

1994–2006: Early career[edit]

Lettieri was the assistant coach of 1860 Munich from July 1994 to April 1997.[1] He then became manager of Bayern Hof from 23 April 1997 to 30 June 2000.[2] In the 1996–97 season, under Lettieri, Bayern Hof got two wins, one draw, and three losses[3] to finish 15th in the Bayernliga.[4] They finished in 10th place in the 1997–98 season,[5] 14th in the 1998–99 season,[6] and in fourth place in the 1999–2000 season.[7] Then on 1 July 2000, Lettieri became manager of FC Augsburg[8] In the Bayernliga, Augsburg finished fourth in the 2000–01 season[9] and first in the 2001–02 season.[10] On 20 June 2002, Bonner SC announced Lettieri as their new manager.[11] He started on 1 July 2002.[11] He finished the 2002–03 season in 12th season.[12] He was in Bonn until 11 September 2003 when he joined then Bayernliga side SpVgg Bayreuth.[13] His last match as Bonn's manager was a 2–0 loss to GFC Düren on 7 September 2003.[14] He was in sixth place when he left Bonn.[15] While at Bayreuth, during the 2003–04 season, he finished with a record of 11 wins, eight draws, and six losses[16] to finish seventh in the Oberliga Bayern table.[17] Bayreuth won promotion to the Regionalliga Süd during the 2004–05 season.[18] They finished 10th in the 2005–06 season.[19]

2006–10: Darmstadt, Wacker Burghausen, and Weiden[edit]

On 10 June 2006, Lettieri signed a two–year contract with SV Darmstadt 98.[20] During his time at Darmstadt, he lost 1–0 in extra time in the German Cup.[21] He was sacked on 6 October 2006.[22] His final match was a 4–2 win against 1899 Hoffenheim on 29 September 2006.[21] He finished with a record of three wins, no draws, and seven losses.[23] On 2 January 2007, Wacker Burghausen appointed him as their manager.[24] His first match was a 2–1 loss to Karlsruher SC on 21 January 2007.[25] He left the club on 30 June 2007[26] when his contract expired.[27] Wacker Burghausen finished in 17th place and were relegated.[28] Six months later, on 11 December 2007, he was appointed manager of SpVgg Weiden.[29] He finished the 2007–08 season with a record of six wins, four draws, and four losses.[30] Weiden won promotion during the 2008–09 season, finishing in first place, finishing nine points ahead of TSV Aindling.[31] He was with Weiden until 9 February 2010.[32] His final match was a 1–0 win against 1. FC Nürnberg II on 13 December 2009.[33]

2010–15: Wehen Wiesbaden, Arminia Bielefeld and Duisburg[edit]

On 9 February 2010, Gino Lettieri joined Wehen Wiesbaden of the 3rd Liga.[32] His first 3 matches in charge were all losses,[34] but they managed to avoid relegation by eight points.[35] On 21 October 2010, Lettieri signed a new contract keeping him at the club until 30 June 2013.[36] During the 2010–11 season, Wehen Wiesbaden narrowly missed out on the promotion playoff by a single point.[37] Wehen Wiesbaden started the 2011–12 season with a 2–1 win against Werder Bremen II on 23 July 2011.[38] On 15 February 2012 with the club dangerously hanging round the relegation zone, SV Wehen sacked him,[39] and replaced him with Peter Vollmann the next day.[40] Lattieri finished with a record of 31 wins, 21 draws, and 26 losses.[41] He then became assistant coach of Arminia Bielefeld from 2012 to 2014.[1]

He joined MSV Duisburg as their manager on 21 May 2014.[42] He made his debut in a 3–1 loss to Jahn Regensburg on 26 July 2016.[43] During the 2014–15 season, Duisburg defeated 1. FC Nürnberg 1–0 in the first round of the German Cup.[44] However, they lost to 1. FC Köln in the second round of the German Cup in a shootout after the match had finished in a 0–0 draw.[45] Other results during the season includes a 4–3 win against 1. FSV Mainz 05 II on 6 August 2014, a 3–1 win against his former club Wehen Wiesbaden on 29 November 2014, a 4–2 loss to Arminia Bielefeld on 15 February 2015, and a 4–1 win against Borussia Dortmund II on 21 March 2015.[46] On 16 May 2015, Duisburg won promotion to the 2. Bundesliga after defeating Holdtein Kiel 3–1.[47] They had won it with a game to spare.[46] They finished the season in second place.[48] Duisburg started the 2015–16 league season with two draws and seven losses.[49] They were also knocked out of the German Cup by FC Schalke 04 who had defeated Duisburg 5–0.[50] Lettieri was relieved of his duties on 2 November 2015.[51] His final match was a 1–0 loss to 1860 Munich.[49] Duisburg were in 18th and last place at the time of the sacking.[52] He finished with a record of 22 wins, 15 draws, and 17 losses.[53]

FSV Frankfurt[edit]

On 7 March 2017, he was appointed as the new manager of FSV Frankfurt.[54]

Managerial statistics[edit]

As of 17 June 2016
Team From To Record
M W D L GF GA GD Win % Ref.
Bayern Hof 3 April 1997[2] 30 June 2000[2] 108 40 24 44 157 165 −8 37.04 [3][5][6][7]
FC Augsburg 1 July 2000[8] 30 June 2002[11] 74 49 7 18 167 85 +82 66.22 [9][10]
Bonner SC 1 July 2002[11] 11 September 2003[13] 36 12 5 19 48 60 −12 33.33 [12][15]
SpVgg Bayreuth 11 September 2003[13] 10 June 2006[20] 93 41 30 22 159 116 +43 44.09 [16][18][19]
Darmstadt 98 10 June 2006[20] 6 October 2006[22] 11 3 0 8 10 18 −8 27.27 [21][23]
Wacker Burghausen 2 January 2007[24] 30 June 2007[26] 17 3 6 8 25 33 −8 17.65 [25]
SpVgg Weiden 11 December 2007[29] 9 February 2010[32] 67 37 13 17 125 91 +34 55.22 [30][31][33]
Wehen Wiesbaden 9 February 2010[32] 15 February 2012[39] 79 31 21 27 105 96 +9 39.24 [34][37][38][41]
MSV Duisburg 21 May 2014[42] 2 November 2015[51] 54 22 15 17 72 70 +2 40.74 [46][49][53]
FSV Frankfurt 7 March 2016 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 !
Total 539 238 121 180 868 734 +134 44.16

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