|Date of birth||20 April 1964|
|Place of birth||Caserta, Italy|
|1995–1996||King Faisal Babes|
|2008–2009||1. FK Příbram|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.|
He managed 1. FK Příbram from March 2008, and led the Czech team to 2nd place in Czech 2. Liga, thus ensuring promotion back to the national top flight. On 5 May 2009 1. FK Příbram owner Jaroslav Starka and the Italian coach mutually decided to part ways because the club was delaying the payment of the salaries. On 29 October 2009, he was named as the new Head Coach of Budapest Honvéd, replacing Tibor Sisa. In season 2010, after Újpest FC defeated his team, he resigned.
|ESV München||1991||Youth team coach (18-year old)|
|FC Bayern Munich||1992–1994||Youth team coach (16-year old)|
|FC Bayern Munich||1994–1995||Giovanni Trapattoni's assistant coach|
|King Faisal Babes||1995–1996||Head coach|
|Ghana national football team||1998–1999||Assistant coach|
|De Graafschap||1999||Head coach|
|F.C. Potenza||2000–2001||Head coach (Serie D)|
|AC Bellinzona||2001||Head coach (Nationalliga B)|
|Rondinella Calcio||2001–2002||Head coach (Serie C2)|
|A.S. Varese 1910||2002||Head coach (Serie C1)|
|Fortuna Düsseldorf||2003–2004||Head coach|
|SV Waldhof Mannheim||2005–2006||Head coach|
|1. FK Příbram||2008–2009||Head coach|
|Budapest Honvéd||2009–2010||Head coach|
|SV Stuttgarter Kickers||2013||Head coach|
- Massimo Morales u týmu končí
- "Massimo Morales: muž, který táhne Příbram do ligy" (in Czech). iDNES.cz. Retrieved 2008-08-05.
- "Slavia, antipasto italiano" (in Italian). La Gazzetta dello Sport. 2008-08-05. Retrieved 2008-08-05.