Alejandro Sabella Biography

Biography by Published on Updated on 11 Dec, 2018
Facts of Alejandro Sabella
Date of Birth: 1954 , November-5
Age: 64 years old
Birth Nation: Argentina
Height: 5 Feet 6 Inch
Name Alejandro Sabella
Birth Name Alejandro Javier Sabella
Nationality Argentinian
Birth Place/City Buenos Aires
Ethnicity White Ethnicity
Profession Football Manager
Working For Argentina national football team
Net Worth $818,240
Weight in KG 78 kg
Children Abuja
Online Presence Facebook,Twitter,Wikipedia
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Alejandro Sabella is the name of a former Argentine footballer and recent manager for Argentina National Football Team. Alejandro Sabella is the player from the era of Diego Maradona.

Early Life And Education Of Alejandro Sabella

He was born in the year 1954 November 5 at Buenos Aires, Argentina.   There is no information on his Salary, education, family and other personal matters. He has kept his personal life in low profile.

As a footballer, he was an influencing one. He used to emphasize individual technique and short passes. He was not speedy in the game. His slow pace gained him the nickname of “Pachorra”, a Spanish name meaning, ”Slowcoach”.

He established himself as the undisputed hero of the fans. Alejandro Sabella has played from the Argentina National Football Team in the year 1983. He has played in the 8 cap matches from the team.

Alejandro Sabella's Career

Alejandro Sabella started his football career since 1974 from River plate as a Midfielder. He spent 4 seasons appearing 117 matches with 11 goals. In 1978 he started playing from Sheffield United appearing in 76 matches with 8 goals.

Spending two seasons at Sheffield, he moved to Leeds United for a season in 1980 appearing in 23 matches. In 1982, he joined at Estudiantes appearing in 149 matches with 10 goals. From Estudiantes, he was loaned to Gremio in 1985.

Alejandro Sabella joined at Ferro Carril Oeste in the year 1987 for a season of 1987/1988 appearing in 27 matches with 2 goal scores. In 1988/1989, he played for Irapuato appearing in 31 matches. From Irapuato, he got retired from the football arena.

After the retirement from the football arena as a midfielder, he started being as a coach. He worked mostly as a field assistant for Daniel Passarella. The duo coached the different teams including Argentina National Football Team and Uruguay National Football Team.

In 2009, he began to coach Estudiantes de La Plata, where they won 2009 Copa Libertadores. He spent 2 seasons at Estudiantes and resigned on February 3, 2011, from the club. During his period at Estudiantes, the club won the Copa Libertadores 2009 and Argentina Primera Division 2010 Apertura.

After Argentina was exited early at 2011 Copa America, Alejandro Sabella became the new general manager of the Argentina National Football Team. After his appointment, he named Lionel Messi as the new captain of Argentina and made his debut in charge of the National Team against Venezuela. Alejandro is the head coach of the Argentine National Football Team since 2011 to present.

Alejandro Sabella is a discreet man. He does not want media exposure and is known for his sober and professional style. He has awesome leadership skills. Sabella is a calm and focused person. He is a tactical person placing tactics over individual skills and team structure to bring best from the players.

Alejandro Sabella's Net worth

As of 2018, his exact net worth has not disclosed yet. 

Alejandro Sabella's Personal Life 

His spouse name is Silvana Rossi, but there are no any detail information about his private life. 

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