Tata Martino
Tata Martino
 
Search
Tata Martino
Custom Search
Tata Martino
 
 
 
 
 
Go Back

Smartphone









Free the Animation VR / AR
Play to reveal 3D images and 3D models!
Demonstration A-Frame / Multiplayer
Android app on Google Play
 
vlrPhone / vlrFilter
Project of very low consumption, radiation and bitrate softphones, with the support of the spatial audio, of the frequency shifts and of the ultrasonic communications / Multifunction Audio Filter with Remote Control!



 

Vectors and 3D Models

City Images, Travel Images, Safe Images

Howto - How To - Illustrated Answers

 

Gerardo Martino
Gerardo Daniel "Tata" Martino (born 20 November 1962) is a former Argentine footballer who is the manager of Atlanta United FC. Martino played mostly for

View Wikipedia Article

This article's lead section does not adequately summarize key points of its contents. Please consider expanding the lead to provide an accessible overview of all important aspects of the article. Please discuss this issue on the article's talk page. (March 2014)

Gerardo Martino Martino managing Barcelona in 2014Personal informationFull name Gerardo Daniel MartinoDate of birth (1962-11-20) 20 November 1962 (age 55)Place of birth Rosario, Santa Fe, ArgentinaHeight 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)Playing position Attacking midfielderClub informationCurrent team Atlanta United (manager)Youth career1972–1980 Newell's Old BoysSenior career*Years Team Apps (Gls)1980–1990 Newell's Old Boys 392 (35)1991 Tenerife 15 (1)1991–1994 Newell's Old Boys 81 (2)1994–1995 Lanús 30 (3)1995 Newell's Old Boys 15 (0)1996 O'Higgins 11 (1)1996 Barcelona SC 5 (0)Total 538 (41)National team1981 Argentina U20 2 (0)1991 Argentina 1 (0)Teams managed1998 Brown de Arrecifes1999 Platense2000 Instituto2002–2003 Libertad2003–2004 Cerro Porteño2005 Colón2005–2006 Libertad2007–2011 Paraguay2012–2013 Newell's Old Boys2013–2014 Barcelona2014–2016 Argentina2017– Atlanta United Honours Representing  Paraguay (as manager) Copa América 2011 Representing  Argentina (as manager) Copa América 2015 Copa América 2016 * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Gerardo Daniel "Tata" Martino (born 20 November 1962) is a former Argentine footballer who is the manager of Atlanta United FC.[1]

Martino played mostly for Newell's Old Boys in his native Rosario. He holds the record of appearances with the team playing a total of 505 matches in all official competitions. He was also selected in a fan's poll as Newell's best player throughout the club's history.[2]

Martino was chosen to replace Tito Vilanova as manager of FC Barcelona at the start of the 2013–14 season, but announced his resignation on 17 May 2014, though his side finished runner-up in both the Copa del Rey and La Liga that season. In 2015, he led Argentina to the Copa América Final, only to be defeated by hosts Chile on penalties. His team also finished as runners-up in the Copa América Centenario, again losing to the defending champion Chile on penalties.[3] On 5 July 2016, Martino resigned from the Argentine national team.[4]

Contents
  • 1 Coaching career
    • 1.1 Paraguay national team
    • 1.2 Newell's Old Boys
    • 1.3 Barcelona
    • 1.4 Argentina national team
    • 1.5 Atlanta United
  • 2 Managerial style
  • 3 Managerial statistics
  • 4 Argentina results
  • 5 Personal life
  • 6 Honours
    • 6.1 Player
    • 6.2 Manager
    • 6.3 Individual
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links
Coaching career Paraguay national team

Martino was assigned as head coach of the Paraguayan national football team in February 2007, replacing Uruguayan Anibal "Maño" Ruiz. His knowledge and success while coaching Paraguayan clubs were the parameters that positioned him as the best option for the job (other candidates were Nery Pumpido and Miguel Ángel Russo). Previously, Martino had won the Paraguayan league four times from 2002 till 2006.

In 2008, Martino was linked for vacant managerial position of Iran Pro League side Steel Azin but the deal was cancelled due to personal reasons.[5] On 5 July 2010, Martino announced that he would be stepping down as Paraguay coach on their return from the 2010 FIFA World Cup in which he led Paraguay to quarter-finals. Martino confirmed that with his four-year contract expiring, he would not be extending his spell in charge of the national side.[6] However, on 10 July 2010, Martino agreed to stay on as Paraguay coach until after the 2011 Copa America, in which Paraguay were runners-up after losing to Uruguay in the final.[7]

Newell's Old Boys

After Hernán Darío Gómez's departure from the Colombian national team, Martino received a proposition to coach the team but turned it down, opting instead to coach Newell's Old Boys, one of his former clubs as a player[8][9] and a club which at the time was dangerously close to relegation to the Primera B Nacional, the second tier of Argentine football. However, a series of impressive results under Martino secured top-flight status for Newell's and Martino's reputation as a coach increased quite significantly.

Following his excellent first season at Newell's, Martino won the 2013 Torneo Final, the second and final stage of the Argentine Primera División season and reached the semi-finals of the 2013 Copa Libertadores. As a result, Martino won further plaudits as a coach, having transformed Newell's from a team facing relegation on his arrival to a title-winning side, in addition to the arguably more impressive feat of reaching the 2013 Copa Libertadores semi-final, the pinnacle club competition organized by CONMEBOL. It was this startling turnaround that further increased Martino's stock as a coach, and his achievements at Newell's soon caught the attention of various clubs in Europe, including FC Barcelona.

Barcelona

On 22 July 2013, Martino was confirmed as manager of Spanish club Barcelona to replace Tito Vilanova who resigned three days earlier.[10] He signed a two-year deal at Barcelona.[11][12] His first competitive game in charge of Barça was on 18 August 2013 against Levante, a game which Barcelona won 7–0 on the opening weekend of the 2013–14 La Liga season.[13] On 26 October 2013, Martino won 2–1 against rivals Real Madrid at the Camp Nou, winning his first Clásico as a Barcelona manager. Three days later, Barcelona went on to win 0–3 at Celta de Vigo and Martino became the first coach in Barcelona history to not lose a game in their first 16 matches. On 26 November, Martino's unbeaten start as Barcelona coach came to an end after his 21st game in charge, as Barcelona lost 2–1 away at Ajax in the 2013–14 UEFA Champions League. After conceding the 2013–14 La Liga title on the last day of the season to Atlético Madrid, Martino announced he was to leave his role after just one year in charge during which he did not manage to win any major trophy except the Spanish Super Cup.[14]

Argentina national team

On 12 August 2014, Martino was introduced as the new manager for the Argentine national team, succeeding Alejandro Sabella who took the side into the final against Germany at the World Cup in Brazil.[15][16] In the 2015 Copa América, he reached the final, in which Argentina were runners-up after losing to hosts Chile on penalties. They also finished as runners-up in the Copa América Centenario Final on 26 June 2016 against Chile, again losing on penalties.[3] On 5 July 2016, Martino resigned.[17]

Atlanta United

After departing from Argentina, Martino was announced as Major League Soccer expansion team Atlanta United's inaugural season manager on September 27, 2016.[18]

Managerial style

Gerardo Martino prefers to play a very high pressing and an attacking style of football. At Barcelona, Martino continued the club's preferred style of play tiki-taka along with his own tactics. All of Martino's teams have the same distinguishable traits: they play attack-minded football, they are creative and the style is based on quick passing. In addition, Martino's teams also pressure high up the pitch, play out from the back and depend on their youth systems.[19]

Managerial statistics
As of 29 July 2018.[20][21][22][23][citation needed][citation needed]
Team Nat From To Record Paraguay February 2007 July 2011 7001330000000000000♠33 7001130000000000000♠13 7001110000000000000♠11 7000900000000000000♠9 07001393900000000000♠39.39 Newell's Old Boys 29 December 2011 19 June 2013 7001700000000000000♠70 7001350000000000000♠35 7001180000000000000♠18 7001170000000000000♠17 07001500000000000000♠50.00 Barcelona 23 July 2013 17 May 2014 7001590000000000000♠59 7001400000000000000♠40 7001110000000000000♠11 7000800000000000000♠8 07001678000000000000♠67.80 Argentina 12 August 2014 5 July 2016 7001290000000000000♠29 7001190000000000000♠19 7000700000000000000♠7 7000300000000000000♠3 07001655190000000000♠65.52 Atlanta United FC 27 September 2016 Present 7001630000000000000♠63 7001310000000000000♠31 7001170000000000000♠17 7001150000000000000♠15 07001492100000000000♠49.21 Total 7002254000000000000♠254 7002138000000000000♠138 7001640000000000000♠64 7001520000000000000♠52 07001543300000000000♠54.33 Argentina results # Date Venue Opponent Result Goalscorer(s) Competition 2014 1 September 3, 2014 Düsseldorf, Germany  Germany 4–2 Sergio Agüero, Érik Lamela, Federico Fernández & Ángel Di María Friendly 2 October 11, 2014 Beijing, China  Brazil 0–2 Superclásico de las Américas 3 October 14, 2014 So Kon Po, Hong Kong  Hong Kong 7–0 Éver Banega, Gonzalo Higuaín (2), Nicolás Gaitán (2) & Lionel Messi (2) Friendly 4 November 12, 2014 London, England  Croatia 2–1 Cristian Ansaldi & Lionel Messi (P) Friendly 5 November 18, 2014 Manchester, England  Portugal 0–1 Friendly 2015 6 March 27, 2015[24] Washington, United States  El Salvador 2–0 Nestor Renderos (o.g.) & Federico Mancuello Friendly 7 March 31, 2015 New York City, United States  Ecuador 2–1 Sergio Agüero & Javier Pastore Friendly 8 June 6, 2015[25] San Juan, Argentina  Bolivia 5–0 Ángel Di María (2) & Sergio Agüero (3) Friendly 9 June 13, 2015 La Serena, Chile  Paraguay 2–2 Sergio Agüero & Lionel Messi (P) 2015 Copa América 10 June 16, 2015 La Serena, Chile  Uruguay 1–0 Sergio Agüero 2015 Copa América 11 June 20, 2015 Viña del Mar, Chile  Jamaica 1–0 Gonzalo Higuaín 2015 Copa América 12 June 26, 2015 Viña del Mar, Chile  Colombia 0–0 (5-4 p.) 2015 Copa América 13 June 30, 2015 Concepción, Chile  Paraguay 6–1 Marcos Rojo, Javier Pastore, Ángel Di María (2), Sergio Agüero & Gonzalo Higuaín 2015 Copa América 14 July 4, 2015 [26] Santiago, Chile  Chile 0–0 (1-4 p.) 2015 Copa América 15 September 4, 2015 [27] Houston, United States  Bolivia 7–0 Ezequiel Lavezzi (2), Sergio Agüero (2), Lionel Messi (2) & Ángel Correa Friendly 16 September 8, 2015 Dallas, United States  Mexico 2–2 Sergio Agüero & Lionel Messi Friendly 17 October 5, 2015 [28] Buenos Aires, Argentina  Ecuador 0–2 2018 FIFA WCQ 18 October 13, 2015 [29] Asunción, Paraguay  Paraguay 0–0 2018 FIFA WCQ 19 November 13, 2015 [30] Buenos Aires, Argentina  Brazil 1–1 Ezequiel Lavezzi 2018 FIFA WCQ 20 November 17, 2015 [31] Barranquilla, Colombia  Colombia 1–0 Lucas Biglia 2018 FIFA WCQ 2016 21 March 24, 2016 [32] Santiago, Chile  Chile 2–1 Ángel Di María & Gabriel Mercado 2018 FIFA WCQ 22 March 29, 2016 [33] Córdoba, Argentina  Bolivia 2-0 Lionel Messi & Gabriel Mercado 2018 FIFA WCQ Personal life

Gerardo Martino is of Italian descent. His grandparents are from Ripacandida, Basilicata.[34] Martino is married to fellow Argentine María Angélica.[citation needed]

Honours Player
Newell's Old Boys
  • Argentine Primera División (3): 1987–88, 1990–91, 1992 Clausura[35]
Manager
Libertad
  • Paraguayan Primera Division (3): 2002, 2003, 2006[citation needed]
Cerro Porteño
  • Paraguayan Primera Division: 2004[citation needed]
Newell's Old Boys
  • Argentine Primera Division: 2013 Final[35]
Paraguay
  • Copa América Runner-up: 2011
Barcelona
  • Supercopa de España: 2013[36]
  • Copa del Rey Runner-up: 2014
Argentina
  • Copa América Runner-up: 2015, 2016
Individual
  • South American Coach of the Year (1): 2007[37]
References
  1. ^ "Atlanta United FC on Twitter". Twitter..mw-parser-output cite.citation{font-style:inherit}.mw-parser-output q{quotes:"\"""\"""'""'"}.mw-parser-output code.cs1-code{color:inherit;background:inherit;border:inherit;padding:inherit}.mw-parser-output .cs1-lock-free a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/65/Lock-green.svg/9px-Lock-green.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output .cs1-lock-limited a,.mw-parser-output .cs1-lock-registration a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d6/Lock-gray-alt-2.svg/9px-Lock-gray-alt-2.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output .cs1-lock-subscription a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/aa/Lock-red-alt-2.svg/9px-Lock-red-alt-2.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration{color:#555}.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription span,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration span{border-bottom:1px dotted;cursor:help}.mw-parser-output .cs1-hidden-error{display:none;font-size:100%}.mw-parser-output .cs1-visible-error{font-size:100%}.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration,.mw-parser-output .cs1-format{font-size:95%}.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-left,.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-wl-left{padding-left:0.2em}.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-right,.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-wl-right{padding-right:0.2em}
  2. ^ "Gerardo Martino, el más paraguayo de los argentinos comandará al equipo 'guaraní'" (in Spanish). UnivisiónFútbol.com. 27 May 2010. Retrieved 3 June 2010.
  3. ^ a b "Argentina 0-0 Chile (aet; 2-4 on pens): Lionel Messi misses out again after penalty heartbreak for second successive year". Daily Mail. 27 June 2016. Retrieved 29 June 2016.
  4. ^ "Gerardo Martino resigns as Argentina manager as team's chaos continues - FOX Sports". 5 July 2016.
  5. ^ "Latest Football News, Transfer Rumours & More". Goal.com.
  6. ^ "Gerardo Martino quits Paraguay post". ESPNsoccernet. ESPN. 4 July 2010. Archived from the original on 9 July 2010. Retrieved 5 July 2010.
  7. ^ "Martino to stay as Paraguay coach". BBC Sport. BBC. 9 July 2010. Retrieved 11 July 2010.
  8. ^ "Newell's Old Boys". FIFA. 26 July 2012. Archived from the original on 14 June 2009. Retrieved 16 June 2018.
  9. ^ "Esquadrão Imortal – Newell's Old Boys 1987–1992" [Immortal Squad – Newell's Old Boys 1987–1992] (in Portuguese). Imortais do Futebol. 11 November 2014. Retrieved 16 June 2018.
  10. ^ "Tata Martino ya es entrenador del FC Barcelona". Marca. Marca. 22 July 2013. Retrieved 22 July 2013.
  11. ^ "Barcelona appoint Gerardo Martino as successor to Tito Vilanova". The Guardian. 22 July 2013. Retrieved 23 July 2013.
  12. ^ "Gerardo Martino, new coach of FC Barcelona". FC Barcelona official website. 22 July 2013. Retrieved 23 July 2013.
  13. ^ "Barcelona manager Gerardo Martino says there is plenty to come from his new side after 7-0 win". Daily Telegraph. 19 August 2013. Retrieved 22 August 2013.
  14. ^ "Barcelona coach Gerardo Martino leaves in wake of Atlético title triumph". Guardian. 17 May 2014. Retrieved 21 May 2014.
  15. ^ "La Era Martino". Olé. 12 August 2014. Retrieved 12 August 2014.
  16. ^ "Martino to lead Argentina into the unknown". ESPN. 13 August 2014. Retrieved 24 September 2014.
  17. ^ "Gerardo Martino quits Argentina and blames 'serious problems' at AFA". Guardian. 5 July 2016. Retrieved 8 July 2016.
  18. ^ Rodriguez, Alicia. "Gerardo 'Tata' Martino named first-ever head coach of Atlanta United FC". MLSSoccer. Retrieved 28 January 2017.
  19. ^ https://www.fcbarcelona.com/club/history/card/gerardo-tata-martino-2013
  20. ^ "Argentina (2014)". National Football Teams. Retrieved 27 June 2016.
  21. ^ "Argentina (2015)". National Football Teams. Retrieved 27 June 2016.
  22. ^ "Argentina (2016)". National Football Teams. Retrieved 27 June 2016.
  23. ^ "Gerardo 'Tata' Martino (2013–14)". FC Barcelona official website. Retrieved 27 June 2016.
  24. ^ "El Salvador (0) - Argentina (2)". Soccerway.
  25. ^ "Argentina (5) - Bolivia (0)". Soccerway.
  26. ^ "Chile (0) - Argentina (0)". CONMEBOL.
  27. ^ "Argentina (7) - Bolivia (0)". CONMEBOL.
  28. ^ "Argentina (2) - Ecuador (0)". CONMEBOL.
  29. ^ "Paraguay (0) - Argentina (0)". CONMEBOL.
  30. ^ "Argentina (1) - Brasil (1)". CONMEBOL.
  31. ^ "Colombia (0) - Argentina (1)". CONMEBOL.
  32. ^ "Chile (1) - Argentina (2)". CONMEBOL.
  33. ^ "Argentina (2) - Bolivia (0)". CONMEBOL.
  34. ^ http://www.sassiland.com/notizie_matera/notizia.asp?id=24535&t=un_lucano_sulla_panchina_del_barça
  35. ^ a b "La AFA > Campeones de Primera División". Argentine Football Association (in Spanish). Retrieved 11 June 2018.
  36. ^ Farley, Richard (28 August 2013). "Stalemate at Nou Camp gives Barcelona Spanish Super Cup over Atlético Madrid". NBC Sports. Retrieved 11 June 2018. After four games, it’s unclear Gerardo Martino’s team won’t be susceptible to the same failings that undid Tito Vilanova’s.
  37. ^ Pierrend, José Luis (10 January 2018). "South American Coach and Player of the Year". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 11 June 2018.
External links
  • Gerardo Martino at National-Football-Teams.com
  • Career details at BDFA
  • v
  • t
  • e
Current head coaches of Major League SoccerEastern Conference
  • Martino (Atlanta United FC)
  • Paunović (Chicago Fire)
  • Berhalter (Columbus Crew SC)
  • Olsen (D.C. United)
  • Garde (Montreal Impact)
  • Friedel (New England Revolution)
  • Torrent (New York City FC)
  • Armas (New York Red Bulls)
  • O'Connor (Orlando City SC)
  • Curtin (Philadelphia Union)
  • Vanney (Toronto FC)
Western Conference
  • Hudson (Colorado Rapids)
  • Pareja (FC Dallas)
  • Cabrera (Houston Dynamo)
  • Bradley (Los Angeles FC)
  • Kinnear (LA Galaxy)
  • Heath (Minnesota United FC)
  • Savarese (Portland Timbers)
  • Petke (Real Salt Lake)
  • Ralston (San Jose Earthquakes)
  • Schmetzer (Seattle Sounders FC)
  • Vermes (Sporting Kansas City)
  • Dalrymple (Vancouver Whitecaps FC)
  • v
  • t
  • e
Atlanta United FC – current squad
  • 1 Guzan
  • 2 Escobar
  • 3 Parkhurst
  • 4 Garza
  • 5 González Pírez
  • 6 Nagbe
  • 7 Martínez
  • 8 Barco
  • 9 Williams
  • 10 Almirón
  • 11 Remedi
  • 12 Robinson
  • 13 Hernández
  • 14 Zizzo
  • 15 Villalba
  • 16 McCann
  • 18 Larentowicz
  • 19 Vazquez
  • 20 Goslin
  • 21 Bello
  • 22 Ambrose
  • 23 Kunga
  • 24 Gressel
  • 25 Kann
  • 26 Gallagher
  • 27 Hildebrandt
  • 28 Wheeler-Omiunu
  • 29 Shannon
  • 30 Carleton
  • 32 Kratz
  • Head Coach: Martino
  • v
  • t
  • e
South American Coach of the Year
  • 1986: Bilardo
  • 1987: Bilardo
  • 1988: Fleitas
  • 1989: Lazaroni
  • 1990: Cubilla
  • 1991: Basile
  • 1992: Telê Santana
  • 1993: Maturana
  • 1994: Bianchi
  • 1995: Núñez
  • 1996: Gómez
  • 1997: Passarella
  • 1998: Bianchi
  • 1999: Scolari
  • 2000: Bianchi
  • 2001: Bianchi
  • 2002: Scolari
  • 2003: Bianchi
  • 2004: Montoya
  • 2005: Ruiz
  • 2006: Borghi
  • 2007: Martino
  • 2008: Bauza
  • 2009: Bielsa
  • 2010: Tabárez
  • 2011: Tabárez
  • 2012: Pékerman
  • 2013: Pékerman
  • 2014: Pékerman
  • 2015: Sampaoli
  • 2016: Rueda
  • 2017: Tite
Gerardo Martino international tournamentsParaguay squads
  • v
  • t
  • e
Paraguay squad – 2007 Copa América
  • 1 Villar
  • 2 Verón
  • 3 Morel Rodríguez
  • 4 Manzur
  • 5 Cáceres
  • 6 Bonet
  • 7 Cabañas
  • 8 Barreto
  • 9 Santa Cruz
  • 10 dos Santos
  • 11 Torres
  • 12 Zayas
  • 13 Salcedo
  • 14 da Silva
  • 15 González
  • 16 Riveros
  • 17 López
  • 18 Cardozo
  • 19 Santana
  • 20 Vera
  • 21 Cuevas
  • 22 Bobadilla
  • Coach: Martino
  • v
  • t
  • e
Paraguay squad – 2010 FIFA World Cup
  • 1 Villar
  • 2 Verón
  • 3 Morel R.
  • 4 Caniza (c)
  • 5 J. Cáceres
  • 6 Bonet
  • 7 Cardozo
  • 8 É. Barreto
  • 9 Santa Cruz
  • 10 Benítez
  • 11 Santana
  • 12 D. Barreto
  • 13 Vera
  • 14 Da Silva
  • 15 V. Cáceres
  • 16 Riveros
  • 17 Torres
  • 18 H. Valdez
  • 19 Barrios
  • 20 Ortigoza
  • 21 Alcaraz
  • 22 Bobadilla
  • 23 Gamarra
  • Coach: Martino
  • v
  • t
  • e
Paraguay squad – 2011 Copa América runners-up
  • 1 Villar (c)
  • 2 Verón
  • 3 Piris
  • 4 Marecos
  • 5 Alcaraz
  • 6 M. Cáceres
  • 7 Zeballos
  • 8 É. Barreto
  • 9 Santa Cruz
  • 10 Martínez
  • 11 Santana
  • 12 D. Barreto
  • 13 Vera
  • 14 da Silva
  • 15 V. Cáceres
  • 16 Riveros
  • 17 Torres
  • 18 Haedo Valdez
  • 19 Barrios
  • 20 Ortigoza
  • 21 Estigarribia
  • 22 Fernández
  • 23 Pérez
  • Coach: Martino
Argentina squads
  • v
  • t
  • e
Argentina squad – 2015 Copa América runners-up
  • 1 Romero
  • 2 Garay
  • 3 Roncaglia
  • 4 Zabaleta
  • 5 Gago
  • 6 Biglia
  • 7 Di María
  • 8 Pereyra
  • 9 Higuaín
  • 10 Messi (c)
  • 11 Agüero
  • 12 Guzmán
  • 13 Casco
  • 14 Mascherano
  • 15 Demichelis
  • 16 Rojo
  • 17 Otamendi
  • 18 Tevez
  • 19 Banega
  • 20 Lamela
  • 21 Pastore
  • 22 Lavezzi
  • 23 Andújar (Marchesín)
  • Coach: Martino
  • v
  • t
  • e
Argentina squad – 2016 Copa América Centenario runners-up
  • 1 Romero
  • 2 Maidana
  • 3 Roncaglia
  • 4 Mercado
  • 5 Kranevitter
  • 6 Biglia
  • 7 Di María
  • 8 Fernández
  • 9 Higuaín
  • 10 Messi (c)
  • 11 Agüero
  • 12 Guzmán
  • 13 Funes Mori
  • 14 Mascherano
  • 15 Cuesta
  • 16 Rojo
  • 17 Otamendi
  • 18 Lamela
  • 19 Banega
  • 20 Gaitán
  • 21 Pastore
  • 22 Lavezzi
  • 23 Andújar
  • Coach: Martino
Gerardo Martino managerial positions
  • v
  • t
  • e
Cerro Porteño – managers
  • Sinforiano (1960)
  • Breglia (1969)
  • Sinforiano (1969)
  • Saguier (1971)
  • Gradim (1971)
  • Breglia (1972)
  • Rossi (1972)
  • Breglia (1972)
  • Sinforiano (1975)
  • Breglia (1977–78)
  • Malbernat (1983–84)
  • Arrúa (1984)
  • Ré (1985)
  • Arrúa (1985)
  • Puskás (1986–87)
  • Espinosa (1987–88)
  • Kiese (1988)
  • Otacílio (1989)
  • Markarián (1990–91)
  • Carpegiani (1991–92)
  • Espinosa (1992)
  • Carpegiani (1993–94)
  • Lopes (1995–96)
  • Kiese (1996)
  • Fossati (1997–98)
  • J. Pereira (1998–99)
  • Arrúa (1999–00)
  • Martino (2003–04)
  • Costas (2005–07)
  • Espinosa (2007)
  • Torrente (2007)
  • Ardiles (2008)
  • Troglio (2008–10)
  • Torrente (2010–11)
  • Astrada (2011)
  • Grana (2011–12)
  • Fossati (2012–13)
  • Arce (2013–14)
  • Astrada (2014–15)
  • Torres (2015)
  • Farías (2016)
  • Morínigo (2016)
  • Florentín (2016–17)
  • Leónc (2017)
  • Matosas (2017)
  • Núñezc (2017)
  • Álvarez (2017–18)
  • Núñezc (2018)
  • Zubeldía (2018–)
  • v
  • t
  • e
Paraguay national football team – managers
  • Laguna (1921–22)
  • Solich (1922–29)
  • Laguna (1929–45)
  • Solich (1945–46)
  • González (1946–47)
  • Solich (1947–51)
  • Ramírez (1951–55)
  • González (1955–59)
  • Laterza (1959–62)
  • Solich (1962–65)
  • González (1965–74)
  • Benítez (1974–76)
  • Rodríguez (1976–80)
  • Monin (1980–83)
  • Miranda (1983–85)
  • Ré (1985–87)
  • Rivera (1987)
  • Parodi (1987)
  • Manera (1988–89)
  • Valdez (1990)
  • Kiese (1991–92)
  • Markarián (1992–93)
  • Solalinde (1993–94)
  • Kubala (1995)
  • Carpegiani (1996–98)
  • Almeida (1998–99)
  • Markarián (1999–2001)
  • Genes (2001)
  • Maldini (2001–02)
  • Ruiz (2002–06)
  • Amarilla (2006–07)
  • Martino (2007–11)
  • Arce (2011–12)
  • Pelusso (2012–13)
  • Genes (2013–14)
  • Díaz (2014–16)
  • Arce (2016–17)
  • Morínigo (2018)
  • Osorio (2018–)
  • v
  • t
  • e
Newell's Old Boys – managers
  • Menotti (1970)
  • Montes (1974–76)
  • Yudica (1976–77)
  • Solari (1977–78)
  • Yudica (1978–79)
  • Cubilla (1980)
  • Montes (1981–83)
  • Solari (1983–87)
  • Yudica (1987–90)
  • Bielsa (1990–92)
  • Picerni (1992)
  • Luján Manera (1993)
  • Puppo (1993)
  • Castelli (1993–95)
  • Donsanti (1995–96)
  • Zanabria (1996–97)
  • Jozic (1998)
  • Dabroswki (1998)
  • Castelli (1999)
  • Rebottaro (2000)
  • Ribolzi (2000–2001)
  • Llop (2001–02)
  • Zamora (2002)
  • Veira (2002–04)
  • Gallego (2004)
  • Ribbeca (2005)
  • Olmos (2005)
  • Machetti (2005)
  • Pumpido (2005–07)
  • Marini (2007)
  • Caruso Lombardi (2007–08)
  • Gamboa (2008)
  • Sensini (2009–11)
  • Johansen (2011)
  • Torrente (2011)
  • Cagna (2011)
  • Martino (2012–13)
  • Berti (2013–14)
  • Lunari (2014)
  • Raggio (2014)
  • Gallego (2015)
  • Picerni (2015)
  • Bernardi (2015–16)
  • Vojvoda (2016)
  • Osella (2016–17)
  • Llop (2017–18)
  • De Felippe (2018–)
  • v
  • t
  • e
FC Barcelona – managers
  • Barrow (1917)
  • Greenwell (1917–23)
  • Spouncer (1923–24)
  • Poszony (1924)
  • Kirby (1924–26)
  • Domby (1926–27)
  • Forns (1927–29)
  • Bellamy (1929–31)
  • Greenwell (1931–33)
  • Domby (1933–34)
  • Plattkó (1934–35)
  • O'Connell (1935–40)
  • Planas (1940–41)
  • Guzmán (1941–42)
  • Nogués (1942–44)
  • Samitier (1944–47)
  • Fernández (1947–50)
  • Daučík (1950–54)
  • Puppo (1954–55)
  • Plattkó (1955–56)
  • Balmanya (1956–58)
  • Herrera (1958–60)
  • Broćić (1960–61)
  • Orizaola (1961)
  • Miró (1961)
  • Kubala (1961–63)
  • Gonzalvo (1963)
  • C.Rodríguez (1963–64)
  • Sasot (1964–65)
  • Olsen (1965–67)
  • Artigas (1967–69)
  • Seguerc (1969)
  • Buckingham (1969–71)
  • Michels (1971–75)
  • Weisweiler (1975–76)
  • Ruizc (1976)
  • Michels (1976–78)
  • Muller (1978–79)
  • Rifé (1979–80)
  • Herrera (1980)
  • Kubala (1980)
  • Herrera (1980–81)
  • Lattek (1981–83)
  • Menotti (1983–84)
  • Venables (1984–87)
  • Aragonés (1987–88)
  • Cruijff (1988–91)
  • Rexachc (1991)
  • Cruijff (1991–96)
  • Robson (1996–97)
  • Van Gaal (1997–2000)
  • Serra Ferrer (2000–01)
  • Rexach (2001–02)
  • Van Gaal (2002–03)
  • De la Cruz (2003)
  • Antić (2003)
  • Rijkaard (2003–08)
  • Guardiola (2008–12)
  • Vilanova (2012–13)
  • Rourac (2012–13)
  • Martino (2013–14)
  • Luis Enrique (2014–17)
  • Valverde (2017–)
(c) = caretaker manager
  • v
  • t
  • e
Argentina national football team – managers
  • Vázquez (1924–25)
  • Lago Millán (1927–28)
  • Olazar (1928–29)
  • Olazar & Tramutola (1929–30)
  • Pascucci (1934)
  • Seoane (1934–37)
  • Fernández Roca (1937–39)
  • Stábile (1939–58)
  • Barreiro, Della Torre & Spinetto (1959)
  • Stábile (1960)
  • Spinetto (1960–61)
  • D'Amico (1961)
  • Lorenzo (1962)
  • Rossi (1962)
  • López (1962)
  • D'Amico (1963)
  • Minella (1964–65)
  • Zubeldía (1965)
  • Lorenzo (1966)
  • López (1967)
  • Faraone (1967)
  • Cesarini (1967–68)
  • Minella (1968)
  • Maschio (1969)
  • Pedernera (1969)
  • Pizzuti (1970–72)
  • Sívori (1972–73)
  • Cap (1974)
  • Menotti (1974–82)
  • Bilardo (1982–90)
  • Basile (1990–94)
  • Passarella (1994–98)
  • Bielsa (1998–2004)
  • Pékerman (2004–06)
  • Basile (2006–08)
  • Maradona (2008–10)
  • Batista (2010–11)
  • Sabella (2011–14)
  • Martino (2014–16)
  • Bauza (2016–17)
  • Sampaoli (2017–18)
  • Scaloni (2018–)
Authority control
  • WorldCat Identities
  • BNE: XX5385611
  • ISNI: 0000 0004 3429 0229
  • LCCN: n2015062572
  • VIAF: 308693222


El Tata: La biografía del director técnico de la Selección Gerardo Martino (Spanish Edition)
El Tata: La biografía del director técnico de la Selección Gerardo Martino (Spanish Edition)
La biografía del mítico jugador de Newells y actual director técnico dela selección argentina. Pocos se sorprendieron cuando el 14 de agosto de 2014 la AFA presentó aGerardo Martino como el nuevo director técnico de la Selección. Sutalento como entrenador, su reputación como líder y su noblezaprofesional estaban fuera de toda duda. Sin embargo, es poco lo que sesabe realmente de él.¿Cómo llegó a ese lugar anhelado que todo argentino se siente capacitadopara ocupar y nadie le cuestiona a él? ¿Qué idea del fútbol tiene estehombre que supo ser un 10 extraordinario en tiempos de Maradona? ¿Quéplanes tiene para ganar la final del Mundial en Rusia 2018 y cómo piensamoverse en la AFA post Grondona? ¿Qué va a suceder cuando vuelva a tenera Messi y a Mascherano a su disposición, con quienes ya compartió unaexperiencia no exenta de dificultades en el Barcelona?Este libro indaga los mitos, los misterios y los rumores en torno a lafigura del Tata Martino, como su infancia en Rosario y su trayectoria enNewell's, donde se convirtió en el mejor jugador de la historia delclub; las influencias de sus maestros #con las huellas indelebles deBielsa#, y la personalidad para imponer un estilo que lo llevó a ganartítulos en Paraguay y perder en un Mundial contra el campeón.José O. Dalonso desentraña los valores humanos que convirtieron alrosarino en uno de los entrenadores más queridos por la gente y aportaelementos para entender de dónde viene esa figura que hace unos añossacudió la modorra del fútbol argentino. Y planea hacerlo de nuevo.

Click Here to view in augmented reality



Dewey’s First Adventure
Dewey’s First Adventure
Today is a big day for Dewey. Today, Dewey and millions of other raindrops will leave their home in the clouds and fall to the earth. Some of the other drops have been to earth before. But this is Dewey's first time, so he is excited and nervous. Will he go very far? Will it be difficult? Dewey's First Adventure provides a fun, informative look at Dewey's journey through all the steps of the water cycle.

Click Here to view in augmented reality

$6.12



Tata Martino
Tata Martino
Rare book

Click Here to view in augmented reality

$30.83



Revista De Newell's Old Boys Campeon 2013
Revista De Newell's Old Boys Campeon 2013
Edicion especial de Newell's Old Boys campeon 2013 del Torneo Final de la Argentina.

Click Here to view in augmented reality



Glorioso Newell's Old Boys Campeon 2013
Glorioso Newell's Old Boys Campeon 2013
Edicion especial de Newell's Old Boys campeon 2013 del Torneo Final de la Argentina. Viene con un poster del equipo con la hinchada de fondo.

Click Here to view in augmented reality


Twitter
 
Facebook
 
LinkedIn
 
 

 
 

WhmSoft Moblog
Copyright (C) 2006-2018 WhmSoft
All Rights Reserved