Marco Tardelli

Marco Tardelli

Assistant Manager
Born: 24 September 1954 | Place of Birth: Capanne di Careggine, Italy
Career Summary

Marco Tardelli

Marco Tardelli enjoyed a very successful football career, winning a World Cup medal with Italy, scoring in the final in 1982 against West Germany. In his early career, he played for Pisa and Como, before transferring to Juventus in 1975. During his time at the club he won many honours, including five Serie A titles, the UEFA Cup and the Cup Winner's Cup. In 1985, he transferred to Inter Milan before finishing his playing career in Switzerland.

He started his management career as head coach of the Italian Under-16 team and went on to serve as assistant coach of the Italian Under-21s under Cesare Maldini. After a period in club management, he returned as head coach of the Italian Under-21 squad and with them won the Under-21 European Championship in 2000.

He then became manager of Inter Milan, replacing Marcello Lippi during a difficult period for the club. He was replaced at Inter by Hector Cuper in 2001. He also had spells coaching Serie B club, Bari and the Egyptian National team before becoming Assistant Manager to Giovanni Trapattoni with the Republic of Ireland in February 2008.


Clubs Played With:

Pisa- 1972 to 1974
Como- 1974 to 1975
Juventus- 1975 to 1985
Inter-Milan- 1985 to 1987
St.Gallen- 1987 to 1988

National Team Played with: Italy- 1976 to 1985
Teams Coached: Italy U-16- 1988 to 1990
Italy U-21(Assistant)- 1990 to 1993
Como- 1993 to 1995
Cesena- 1995 to 1998
Italy U-21- 1998 to 2000
Inter Milan- 2000 to 2001
Bari- 2002 to 2003
Egypt- 2004 to 2005
Arezzo- 2005
Ireland(Assistant)- 2008

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