Pietro Carmignani

Pietro Carmignani
Pietro Carmignani - Juventus FC 1971-72.jpg
Personal information
Date of birth(1945-01-22) 22 January 1945 (age 72)
Place of birthAltopascio, Italy
Height1.84 m (6 ft ⁄2 in)
Playing positionGoalkeeper
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1964-1967Como47(0)
1967-1971Varese92(0)
1971-1972Juventus25(0)
1972-1977Napoli144(0)
1977-1979Fiorentina10(0)
1979-1980Rhodense20(0)
Teams managed
1982-1989Parma (assistant)
1985Parma (caretaker)
1989-1993Milan (GK coach)
1991-1996Italy (assistant)
1996-1997Milan (assistant)
1998-1999Atletico Madrid (assistant)
1999-2000Livorno
2000-2001Parma (assistant)
2001-2002Parma
2002-2004Parma (assistant)
2004-2005Parma
2005-2007Parma (youth)
2007-2008Varese (assistant)
2008Varese
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Biography

Pietro “Gedeone” Carmignani (given birth to 22 January 1945) can be an Italian professional soccer trainer and a ex – player. He’s most widely known for his playing profession being a goalkeeper and, afterwards, for being perhaps one of the most respected assistants of supervisor Arrigo Sacchi throughout his profession.

Honours

As a player

Juventus Serie A champ: 1971–72. Napoli Coppa Italia champion: 1975–76.

As a coach

Parma Coppa Italia champion: 2001–02.

Source
Wikipedia
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