Synonyms for alfio_basile or Related words with alfio_basile

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Examples of "alfio_basile"
Alfio Basile (born 1 November 1943 in Bahía Blanca), nicknamed Coco, is an Argentine football coach and former player. He most recently coached Racing Club de Avellaneda.
In 2007, Pinola was selected by Argentina manager Alfio Basile for June friendlies with Switzerland and Algeria. He gained his first cap against the latter, on the 5th.
After receiving 15 U-21 caps for his country in which he scored 6 goals, Barrientos received a call-up to the Argentina squad against Chile on 15 November 2008 by Alfio Basile.
Born in Madrid, Aguiar started working as Gonzalo Hurtado's assistant at CD Toledo before moving to Atlético Madrid in 1994. He was named interim manager of the main squad in the following year, replacing fired Alfio Basile.
The most notable player in the club history is Alfio Basile, who went on to become manager of the Argentina national football team, leading them to two Copa América titles.
His play with Bordeaux brought him to the attention of Alfio Basile who called him up for the Argentina national team and gave him his debut against Egypt on 26 March 2008..
Shortly after the elimination, coach José Pékerman resigned from his position. The AFA appointed Alfio Basile, who had previously managed the national side during the 1994 World Cup, as his successor.
After this was known, Argentine coach Alfio Basile said that he had chosen him to play for the national team for the following match in the World Cup qualifiers
Redondo earned 29 caps for Argentina, the bulk of his appearances coming from 1992 to 1994 while Alfio Basile was the manager. His first appearance was on 18 June 1992, in a 2–0 friendly win over Australia.
After Argentina's quarter final defeat and the resignation of José Pekerman, Alfio Basile took over as manager of Argentina. This gave Bilos a great chance to get into the Argentina squad, with Basile being his former manager at Boca Juniors.
In 2006, Pellerano was part of an Argentina-based national squad picked by Alfio Basile to train for the 2007 Copa América. However, he was not finally called for the tournament's final stages.
For the 1991 championship held in Portugal, Argentina was coached by Reinaldo Merlo, who was designated by then-senior coach Alfio Basile as it had been in the precedent era.
Some notable players of that time were goalkeeper Agustín Mario Cejas, Rubén Sosa, Roberto Perfumo, Alfio Basile, Norberto Raffo, Rubén Díaz, Nelson Chabay, Jaime Martinoli, Juan Carlos Cárdenas, Juan Carlos Rulli, Juan José Rodríguez, Humberto Maschio, Federico Sacchi and Oreste Corbatta.
In 2005, López was called up to the Argentina national team by José Pékerman, and he made his debut against Mexico on 10 March in a 1–1 friendly draw. After fantastic Porto performances, he was summoned three years later by Alfio Basile for exhibition games with Egypt, Mexico, the United States and Belarus.
Garay earned his first cap for the senior team cap in a friendly against Norway, a 1–2 loss on 22 August 2007. He had previously been called in May by coach Alfio Basile to a series of friendlies prior to the 2007 Copa América, but injury prevented him from appearing in those matches and the official competition.
Pelletieri was called up four times for the Argentina national football team but did not leave the bench. Pelletieri got called to play against Venezuela, Peru, Colombia and Chile which was his most recent call up in 2008 by Alfio Basile.
The city's principal football (soccer) teams are Olimpo and Villa Mitre. Olimpo played in the Argentine first division until relegation in 2006, and was reinstated in 2010. Ex-Argentina national football team coach Alfio Basile and the football player Rodrigo Palacio were born in Bahía Blanca
Somoza debuted for Argentina by then new manager Alfio Basile in the friendly international against Brazil at the Emirates Stadium in London, England during 2006. Two years later, while playing for Vélez, he was called again by Basile for the match against Chile, although he remained on the bench.
Alfio Basile was announced as his replacement. The new coach started his tenure convinced that the new era would come up with youth players to the team, so he mostly called up footballers who were playing in the domestic league rather than footballers from international championships, at least for the first time.
National coach Alfio Basile drafted Sosa for the senior national team on 28 February 2007. Sosa said to the press that he will "never forget this Tuesday" in which he achieved two of his childhood dreams (the transfer to a major European club and the call to the national team).