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Renato Buso

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Renato Buso
Date of birth (1969-12-19) December 19, 1969 (age 46)
Place of birthTreviso, Italy
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Playing positionMidfielder
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1984–1985Montebelluna0(0)
1985–1989Juventus55(10)
1989–1991Fiorentina49(9)
1991–1993Sampdoria34(4)
1993–1996Napoli95(11)
1996–1997Lazio16(1)
1997–2000Piacenza61(4)
2000–2001Cagliari32(4)
2001–2003Spezia39(1)
Teams managed
2004–2005Spezia (asst)
2006–2007Sarzanese
2007–2008Spezia (youth)
2008–2011Fiorentina (youth)
2011–2013Gavorrano

Renato Buso (born December 19, 1969 in Treviso) is an Italian professional football coach and a former player who was deployed as a forward or as a midfielder. He currently manages the team of Gavorrano in Lega Pro Seconda Divisione.

Career

Player

Buso initially began his career playing as a striker or as a centre-forward with Juventus in Serie A in 1985, at the age of 16, immediately winning the 1985-86 Serie A title and the 1985 Intercontinental Cup, although he was mainly a reserve player at the club, behind forwards Aldo Serena, Ian Rush, and Alessandro Altobelli.[1][2] He later moved to Fiorentina in 1989, where he was deployed alongside Roberto Baggio and Oscar Dertycia as a winger, or as a supporting striker. During his time at the club, he played and scored in the 1990 UEFA Cup Final against his former team, although Fiorentina would lose the tournament.[2] He subsequently moved to Sampdoria in 1991, where he won the 1991 Supercoppa Italiana. He began to be deployed as a midfielder as his career progressed, and he later also played for Napoli (1993-1996), Lazio (1996-97), Piacenza (1997-2000), Cagliari (2000-01), ending his career with La Spezia in Serie C1 (2001-04).[3]

Buso has also represented Italy at youth level at the 1992 Summer Olympics,[4] and at the 1992 UEFA European Under-21 Championship under Cesare Maldini, where he helped Italy to win the tournament, finishing as the top goalscorer,[2] with 3 goals over the semi-final against Denmark, and the final against Sweden.[5] In total, he made 5 appearances for Italy's Olympic Squad,[4] and 25 appearances for the Under-21 side, scoring 9 goals.[2]

Coach

On November 17, 2011 he becomes the new coach of Gavorrano in place of the sacked Guido Pagliuca.[6] He was dismissed in April 2013, with Gavorrano in deep relegation zone under risk of leaving professional football, and replaced by Corrado Orrico.

Honours

References

  1. ^ "TANTI SALUTI DALLE SIGNORE DEL CAMPIONATO". Retrieved 13 January 2015. 
  2. ^ a b c d "LA RISCOSSA DI BUSO, L' ETERNO SUPPLENTE DI TUTTI". Retrieved 13 January 2015. 
  3. ^ "Renato BUSO". Retrieved 13 January 2015. 
  4. ^ a b "OLIMPIADI, UN POSTO PER ORLANDO". Retrieved 13 January 2015. 
  5. ^ "DUE GOL DOPO LA PAURA". Retrieved 13 January 2015. 
  6. ^ Gavorrano: esonerato Guido Pagliuca; arriva Renato Buso. Radiobrunotoscana.it

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