Juan José Tramutola

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Juan José Tramutola
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Full name Juan José Tramutola
Date of birth (1902-10-21)October 21, 1902
Place of birth La Plata, Argentina
Date of death November 30, 1968(1968-11-30) (aged 66)
Place of death Remedios de Escalada, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Playing position Technical director

Juan José Tramutola (October 21, 1902 — November 30, 1968) was an Argentine football coach. He notably helped the Argentine national team to win at the 1929 Copa América and a second-place at the inaugural World Cup held in Uruguay.

Along with mate Francisco Olazar, the two functioned as the two coaches of the Argentine team. Tramutola's title was that of "technical director". In doing so, he received the honour of being the youngest coach ever at the World Cup, being just 27 years and 267 days when Argentina played the first match against France.[1]

Juan José Tramutola was from January to July 1938 coach of CA Boca Juniors[2] and led the team to a fifth place in the championship. 1948 he coached Ferrocarril Oeste, which played then in the Second Division.[3] He was also coach of Vélez Sarsfield.

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