Alberto Zaccheroni

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Alberto Zaccheroni (Italian pronunciation: [alˈbɛrto ddzakkeˈroːni]; born 1 April 1953) is an Italian football manager, formerly in charge of the United Arab Emirates and Japan national football teams. He has managed a number of top clubs in Serie A, the high point of his career being his stint as manager of A.C. Milan (1998–2001), with whom he won a scudetto, in his first season in charge (1998–99). Other notable clubs coached by Zaccheroni include Lazio, Inter and Juventus, all as interim coach for part of a season. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Alberto Zaccheroni has received more than 273,320 page views. His biography is available in 42 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 39 in 2019). Alberto Zaccheroni is the 70th most popular coach (down from 63rd in 2019), the 1,669th most popular biography from Italy (down from 1,539th in 2019) and the 12th most popular Italian Coach.

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Among coaches, Alberto Zaccheroni ranks 70 out of 329Before him are Ralf Rangnick, Dragan Stojković, Cesare Prandelli, Ljupko Petrović, Eric Gerets, and Hans Krankl. After him are José Villalonga Llorente, Safet Sušić, Jean Tigana, Matthias Sammer, Rafael Benítez, and Unai Emery.

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Among people born in 1953, Alberto Zaccheroni ranks 71Before him are Nanni Moretti, Jadranka Kosor, Cha Bum-kun, Tchéky Karyo, Alfred Molina, and Hans Krankl. After him are Mata Amritanandamayi, Loalwa Braz, Mary Steenburgen, Michael Bolton, Claudio Gentile, and Dave Evans.

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In Italy

Among people born in Italy, Alberto Zaccheroni ranks 1,669 out of 4,088Before him are Francesco Barberini (1597), Antipope Sylvester IV (1100), Infante Gabriel of Spain (1752), Giorgio Bassani (1916), Paolo Tosti (1846), and Francesco Farnese, Duke of Parma (1678). After him are Rita Pavone (1945), Alfredo Binda (1902), Alessandro Nesta (1976), Gio Ponti (1891), Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows (1838), and Nereo Rocco (1912).

Among COACHES In Italy

Among coaches born in Italy, Alberto Zaccheroni ranks 12Before him are Arrigo Sacchi (1946), Claudio Ranieri (1951), Maurizio Sarri (1959), Enzo Bearzot (1927), Massimiliano Allegri (1967), and Cesare Prandelli (1957). After him are Roberto Donadoni (1963), Luciano Spalletti (1959), Walter Zenga (1960), Stefano Pioli (1965), Gian Piero Ventura (1948), and Fabrizio Ravanelli (1968).