Julio Asad

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Julio Asad
Personal information
Full name Julio Asad
Date of birth (1953-06-07) 7 June 1953 (age 63)
Place of birth Buenos Aires, Argentina
Playing position Midfielder
Youth career
1960–1972 Vélez Sársfield
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1972–77 Vélez Sársfield
1978–80 Racing Club
1980–81 Colón
National team
1975–1976 Argentina 7 (1)
Teams managed
1985–1986 Club Deportivo Riestra
1986–1987 Ferrocarril Midland
1987–1988 Deportivo Maipú
1989–1990 Berazategui
1990–1991 San Miguel
1991–1992 Defensores de Belgrano
1994–1995 Colegiales
1995–1996 Club Leandro N. Alem
1996–1997 Almirante Brown
1997–1998 Sportivo Italiano
1998–1999 Club Leandro N. Alem (Sporting director)
2000–2001 Olmedo
2001–2002 LDU Quito
2002–2003 Al Nassr
2003–2004 Emelec
2004–2005 Deportivo Cuenca
2005–2006 Deportivo Quito
2006–2007 C.D. FAS
2007 Al Nassr
2009 El Nacional
2010–2011 Independiente del Valle
2012–2013 Sociedad Deportiva Aucas
2014–2015 Mushuc Runa Sporting Club
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Julio Daniel Asad (born 7 June 1953, in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is an Argentine former footballer and manager. As a player, he played as a midfielder, and participated with Argentina in Copa América 1975.

The nickname 'El Turco' is because Asad has Syrian and Lebanese ethnicity.[1] In Argentina, Arabs are usually mistakenly called Turks since they came to Argentina with Ottoman Turkish documents in the 1900s.[2] After he retired from professional football, he became a manager. He has coached clubs in Argentina, Ecuador, Saudi Arabia, and El Salvador. He's been very successful in his era of coaching.

He is the uncle of Omar Asad, who was also a successful player of Vélez, in the 90s.[3]

Managerial honours[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Recopilaron casi 200 años de los sirio libaneses en Argentina Archived 2014-09-08 on Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Recopilaron casi 200 años de los sirio libaneses en Argentina Archived 2014-09-08 on Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ 100 x 100 El Turco Asad", Diego Borinsky, El Gráfico, número 4398, maio de 2010, pp. 24-35

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