Marco Bonura

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Marco Bonura
Personal information
Date of birth (1979-08-02) 2 August 1979 (age 40)
Place of birth Milan, Italy
Height 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in)
Playing position(s) Midfielder
Club information
Current team
Sansepolcro (Manager)
Youth career
Monza
1997–1998 A.C. Milan
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1997 Monza 1 (0)
1998–2000 A.C. Milan 0 (0)
1998–1999Gubbio (loan) 25 (4)
1999–2000Livorno (loan) 12 (0)
2000–2003 Internazionale 0 (0)
2000–2001Sangiovannese (loan) 31 (8)
2001–2002Catania (loan) 15 (1)
2002Sambenedettese (loan) 8 (0)
2002–2003Prato (loan) 30 (2)
2003–2004 Rimini 13 (0)
2004–2005 Vis Pesaro 22 (1)
2005–2008 Foligno 50 (9)
2008–2010 Cesena 22 (1)
2012–2013 Pierantonio 8 (0)
National team
1995 Italy U15 2 (1)
Teams managed
Gubbio (assistant)
2015 Gubbio (caretaker)
2016–2017 Lama Calcio
2017–2018 SSD Subasio
2018–2019 Bastia 1924
2019– Sansepolcro
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Marco Bonura (born 2 August 1979) is an Italian retired footballer and manager, currently in charge of Italian club Sansepolcro.

Club career[edit]

Born in Milan, Bonura started his professional career at Monza, located in Monza, by-then part of the province of Milan. He then spent a season at A.C. Milan youth team. Since 1998, Bonura spent seasons on loan at Serie C1 and Serie C2 clubs. And he was one of the player that swapped between A.C. Milan and Internazionale in 2000s (decade) with inflated nominal value, made the clubs gained "false profit".[1] In 2000, he swapped club with Andrea Polizzano (tagged for 8,000 million lire; €4,131,655;[2] Milan nor Inter did not disclose the price of Bonura). The deals made Milan gained €4.013 million (but in terms of Polizzano's registration rights) and Inter "gained" 7,954,666,667 lire (= €4,108,242, in terms of Bonura's registration rights).[3][4][5]

He was loaned to Calcio Catania along with Inter "team-mate" Davide Cordone in 2000–01 season.[6][7] In July 2003, he was signed by Rimini in co-ownership deal from Internazionlae.[8] In 2004, he left for Vis Pesaro but released after the bankrupt of the club in June 2005. In December 2005 for Foligno,[9] where he played 3 seasons.

In July 2008, he was signed by Cesena along with team-mate Gianluca Segarelli.[10]

He won promotion back to Serie A as Serie B runner-up in 2010.

Managerial career[edit]

On 4 May 2015, Bonura was appointed caretaker manager of Gubbio for the rest of the season, following the firing of Leonardo Acori.[11] Before this appointment, Bonura worked as assistant manager and youth coach for the club.

In the summer 2016, he was then appointed manager of Italian amateur club G.S. Lama Calcio.[12] Ahead of the 2017–18 season, he was hired as manager for SSD Subasio.[13]

On 26 May 2018, Bastia 1924 announced that they had appointed Bonura as their new manager.[14] He was replaced in at the end of the season.[15]

In September 2019, he was appointed manager of Sansepolcro.[16]

Honours[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Andrea Sorrentino (6 February 2008). "Inter e Milan sotto processo". la Repubblica (in Italian). Retrieved 31 March 2010.
  2. ^ FC Internazionale Milano SpA bilancio (financial report and accounts) on 30 June 2001, PDF purchased from Italian C.C.I.A.A. (in Italian)
  3. ^ "Milan e Inter, plusvalenze incrociate con la vendita dei calciatori". l'Unità (in Italian). 8 March 2003. Retrieved 31 March 2010.[permanent dead link]
  4. ^ Malagutti Vittorio (6 November 2002). "Va di moda il calciatore salvabilanci". Corriere della Sera (in Italian). Retrieved 31 March 2010.
  5. ^ AC Milan SpA bilancio (financial report and accounts) on 30 June 2001, PDF purchased from Italian C.C.I.A.A. (in Italian)
  6. ^ Nicola Binda (11 July 2001). "Il Treviso sorride: Lorenzini è suo". La Gazzetta dello Sport (in Italian). Retrieved 31 March 2010.
  7. ^ ""INTERISTI IN PRESTITO": BONURA GOL NON BASTA PER UN BUON CATANIA; BRILLA SINIGAGLIA NELLO SFORTUNATO PADOVA". inter.it (Internazionale Official Site) (in Italian). 8 October 2001. Retrieved 31 March 2010.
  8. ^ "BONURA è del Rimini". Rimini Calcio FC (in Italian). 8 July 2003. Retrieved 31 March 2010.[permanent dead link]
  9. ^ Daniele Mazzari (5 December 2005). "UFFICIALE: il Foligno tessera Bonura". Tutto Mercato Web (in Italian). Retrieved 31 March 2010.
  10. ^ "Ingaggiati Segarelli e Bonura". AC Cesena (in Italian). 7 July 2008. Archived from the original on 22 July 2011. Retrieved 31 March 2010.
  11. ^ Gubbio, ora è ufficiale: Bonura nuovo tecnico, 4 May 2016
  12. ^ LAMA: UFFICIALE, BONURA NUOVO ALLENATORE, eccellenzacalcio.it, 3 June 2016
  13. ^ PANCA SUBASIO, ECCO IL NUOVO MISTER E' Marco Bonura, settecalcio.it, 26 May 2017
  14. ^ Marco Bonura nuovo allenatore del Bastia, bastiacalcio1924.it, 26 May 2018
  15. ^ Calcio, Massimo Cocciari è il nuovo allenatore del Bastia: succede a Marco Bonura, assisisport.it, 22 May 2019
  16. ^ SANSEPOLCRO, UFFICIALE: BONURA NUOVO ALLENATORE, eccellenzacalcio.it, 16 September 2019

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