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Luca Cecconi

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Luca Cecconi
Full nameLuca Cecconi
Date of birth (1964-01-24) January 24, 1964 (age 52)
Place of birthFucecchio, Italy
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Playing positionManager (former Striker)
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1982-1983Fiorentina2(0)
1983-1984Empoli (loan)33(5)
1984-1985Fiorentina7(2)
1985-1986Empoli32(7)
1986-1988Pisa60(12)
1988-1990Brescia21(1)
1990-1991Catania23(9)
1991-1993Palermo64(17)
1993-1995Bologna52(25)
1995-1998Como85(41)
1998-1999Pistoiese1(0)
Teams managed
1999-2003Empoli (youth team)
2003-2004Bologna (youth team)
2004Prato
2005, 2006-2007Bologna (assistant coach)
2007Bologna (caretaker)

Luca Cecconi (born 24 January 1964 in Fucecchio, Province of Florence) is an Italian football manager and former striker.

Playing career

Cecconi played with several teams throughout his career, obtaining his best successes with Palermo, Bologna and Como.

Coaching career

In 1999 Cecconi was appointed as Empoli Primavera youth squad coach, winning a Torneo di Viareggio in 2000. He left Empoli in 2003, being appointed one year later as Prato head coach and serving in the four initial matchdays of the 2004-05 Serie C1 season, all ended in a defeat for his side.[1]

He then worked alongside Renzo Ulivieri at Bologna in 2005, and again during the 2006-07 season, and successively replaced him on April 2007, serving as caretaker head coach in the two remaining months of their Serie B campaign.

References

  1. ^ Invalid language code. Le partite del Prato

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