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Claudio Biaggio
Personal information
Full name Claudio Darío "El Pampa" Biaggio
Date of birth (1967-07-02) July 2, 1967 (age 53)
Place of birth Santa Rosa, La Pampa, Argentina
Height 1.77 m (5 ft 10 in)
Position(s) Forward
Club information
Current team
Sud América (manager)
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1986–1988 General Belgrano
1989 All Boys de Santa Rosa 7 (3)
1989–1990 Peñarol
1990–1992 Danubio 48 (24)
1992–1996 San Lorenzo 95 (36)
1996–1997 Bordeaux 16 (7)
1997–1999 San Lorenzo 74 (29)
1999–2001 Colón 50 (16)
2001 Avispa Fukuoka 12 (2)
2002 Deportivo Cuenca 5 (0)
2002 Danubio 12 (5)
2003 Oriente Petrolero 15 (13)
2004 La Plata FC 9 (5)
2005 Juventud de Las Piedras 16 (4)
2006 Deportivo Laferrere 8 (2)
2006 Estudiantes de Río Cuarto 6 (1)
2007 Teodelina FBC
2009–2010 Ferro Carril Sud 23 (5)
2010 Atlético Tapalqué
National team
1995 Argentina 1 (0)
Teams managed
2014–2017 San Lorenzo (youth)
2017 San Lorenzo (caretaker)
2017–2018 San Lorenzo
2020 Chacarita Juniors
2021– Sud América
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Claudio Darío Biaggio (born 2 July 1967) is an Argentine football manager and former player who played as a striker. He is the current manager of Uruguayan side Sud América.[1]

During his professional career he played for important clubs in Argentina (Belgrano, San Lorenzo de Almagro and Colón de Santa Fe), Uruguay (Peñarol and Danubio), France (Girondins de Bordeaux), Japan (Avispa Fukuoka), Ecuador (Deportivo Cuenca) and Bolivia (Oriente Petrolero). He also earned one cap with the Argentina national team in 1995.

Coaching career

San Lorenzo

Born in Santa Rosa, La Pampa, Biaggio started his coaching career as a youth coach in San Lorenzo, before he was named manager of San Lorenzo's reserve team in January 2014.[2]

On 22 November 2017, Biaggio was named interim manager of San Lorenzo for the rest of 2017, after the departure of Diego Aguirres.[3] In December 2017, he was named permanently manager of the club.[4] However, he decided to step back at the end of October 2018 after a defeat to Club Atlético Temperley.[5] During the 2017/2018 season, Biaggio led 43 games, won 19, drew 13 and lost 11.

Chacarita Juniors

On 28 February 2020, Biaggio was appointed manager of Chacarita Juniors.[6]

Career statistics

Club

[7]

Club performance League
Season Club League Apps Goals
Argentina League
1992–93 San Lorenzo Almagro Primera División 10 5
1993–94 30 5
1994–95 33 15
1995–96 22 11
France League
1996–97 Girondins Bordeaux Division 1 16 2
Argentina League
1996–97 San Lorenzo Almagro Primera División 16 8
1997–98 34 16
1998–99 24 5
1999–00 Colón Primera División 28 11
2000–01 22 5
Japan League
2001 Avispa Fukuoka J1 League 12 2
Venezuela League
2002 Deportivo Cuenca Serie A 0 0
Uruguay League
2002 Danubio Primera División 12 5
Bolivia League
2003 Bolívar Liga Profesional 0 0
Country Argentina 219 81
France 16 2
Japan 12 2
Venezuela 0 0
Uruguay 12 5
Bolivia 0 0
Total 260 90

International

[7]

Argentina national team
Year Apps Goals
1995 1 0
Total 1 0

References

  1. ^ "Ficha Estadistica de CLAUDIO BIAGGIO". BDFA. Retrieved 27 October 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ Claudio Biaggio es el flamante entrenador de la reserva de San Lorenzo, archivo.laarena.com.ar, 21 January 2014
  3. ^ Claudio Biaggio asume como técnico interino de San Lorenzo, tycsports.com, 22 November 2017
  4. ^ Fútbol: Claudio Biaggio fue ratificado como DT de San Lorenzo, analisisdigital.com.ar, 7 December 2017
  5. ^ Claudio Biaggio renunció a la dirección técnica de San Lorenzo: quiénes son los dos candidatos a reemplazarlo, infobae.com, 31 October 2017
  6. ^ Claudio Darío Biaggio, nuevo Director Técnico, chacaritajuniors.com.ar, 28 February 2020
  7. ^ a b Claudio Biaggio at National-Football-Teams.com
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