Alberto Zaccheroni Biography

Biography by Published on Updated on 10 Jun, 2014
Facts of Alberto Zaccheroni
Date of Birth: 1953 , April-1
Age: 66 years old
Birth Nation: Italy
Name Alberto Zaccheroni
Nationality Italian
Birth Place/City Meldola
Profession Football coach
Working For Japanese National Football Team
Net Worth 2.6 million euros
Married Yes
Divorce No
Online Presence Facebook,Wiki
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A Japanese National Football Team Coach, Alberto Zaccheroni, is a national of Italy. He was born in the year 1953 April 1 at Meldola of Italy. He was a former football player but because of the injury, thus,he had to stop his player career at the very young age. Alberto Zaccheroni has kept his low profile. There is no any information available on his height or body weight or anything that related to his education and family life. But, we can guess, this 61 year old Coach is a married man and is a proud parents. The salary statistics record when he was at Internazionale in 2002/2003 is 2.6 million euros per year but his current salary is unknown. His agent is ProSoccer. He is coaching the current team of Japanese National Football Team since 2010.

Alberto Zaccheroni started his managerial Career at the relatively young age of 30 from the team Cesenatico. Spending two seasons in this club, he began to coach the team of Riccione. In 1887, he joined with Boca San Lazzaro for a season making him move to Baracca Lugo in 1988. He spent two years managing this club making his move to Venezia in 1990. He moved to Bologna for a season in 1993 thenafter coached the team of Cosenza in 1994 for a season. He then signed with Udinese in 1995. His career made a boost after he joined at Udinese. He led the team to place third in the league and qualified for the UEFA Cup. His career thus began to be stabilized.

In 1998, after retiring from Udinese, Alberto signed the contract with the Italian giants AC Milan. The start of Zaccheroni with AC Milan was nice but later the seasons became less unsuccessful so he was replaced in the club. He joined Rome-based club Lazio in 2001 after being jobless for couple of months. His management at Lazio was full of critics leading him to join the Italian Club Internazionale for a season in 2003. The president of Internazionale was not impressed by his abilities thus he was again replaced. Alberto became jobless for the following two seasons until he was called upon by English Club Torino. The team had a good start but later suffered from the worrying sequence of six consecutive defeats which made Alberto to be sacked again. Due to instability in the club and no good performance record under his management despite his abilities, time to time, Alberto had been sacked and had to stay jobless.

Staying three seasons without having job, Alberto Zaccheroni was called upon by Juventus in 4 months contract. After the end of the contract with Juventus, he was appointed as the new manager of the Japan National Football Team. He had a good start and career with Japan. He led the Japanese team to win the 2011 AFC Asian Cup and 2013 EAFF East Asian Cup. Also, he led the Japanese Football Team to qualify in 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

During his managerial career, he has 43.81% winning record and 28.87 % losses. He has varied experience of coaching as he has coached several clubs. He is a skilled manager. He is famous for his 3-4-3 tactical system. He is media friendly and works hard in team management in order to achieve best from the players. He likes to experiment the players in the game as well to know more about their ability. 

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