Top 20 Soccer Coach celebrities in Argentina
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Soccer Coach celebrities [Updated August 18, 2022].
Jorge Sampaoli was born
on March 13, 1960
He was a promising player but suffered a severe leg injury which forced him to retire at age nineteen.
Juan Antonio Pizzi was born
on June 7, 1968
in Santa Fe, Argentina.
In his best seasons as a player, he scored 46 goals in 73 appearances with Tenerife between 1994 and 1996. He previously scored 30 goals in 68 appearances with Tenerife between 1991 and 1993.
Carlos Bianchi was born
on April 26, 1949
in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
He played internationally for Argentina from 1970-1972.
Osvaldo Ardiles was born
on August 3, 1952
10 months after joining Swindon Town, he led the team to its highest league position ever.
Marcelo Gallardo was born
on January 18, 1976
He was named the French Division 1 Player of the Year for 2000.
Jose Pekerman was born
on September 3, 1949
He won consecutive South American Coach of the Year awards in 2012 and 2013.
Alejandro Sabella was born
on November 5, 1954
He managed Estudiantes to the Apertura title in 2010.
Ricardo Villa was born
on August 18, 1952
He embarked on a political career in the 90's and later became the Technical Secretary of Talleres de Cordoba.
Héctor Cúper was born
on November 16, 1955
He was named 2017's CAF Coach of the Year for helping Egypt gain entry into their first FIFA World Cup since 1990.
Marcelo Bielsa was born
on July 21, 1955
in Rosario, Argentina.
He led the Leeds United team to the 2019 English Football League Championship.
Mauro Germán Camoranesi Serra was born
on October 4, 1976
in Tandil, Argentina.
He represented Italy in the 2006 and 2010 World Cups.
Ariel Holanok was born
on September 14, 1960
He has a popular Instagram account with over 40,000 followers. In addition to playing field hockey he has also coached field hockey.
Marcelo Barticciotto was born
on January 1, 1967
in Avellaneda, Argentina.
During his professional career he made a total of 142 appearances with Colo-Colo.