Massimo Morales

Massimo Morales (born 20 April 1964 in Caserta) is an Italian football manager.

Massimo Morales
Personal information
Date of birth (1964-04-20) 20 April 1964
Place of birth Caserta, Italy
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
Casertana
Teams managed
1995–1996 King Faisal Babes
1999 De Graafschap
2000–2001 Potenza
2001 Bellinzona
2001–2002 Rondinella
2002 Varese
2003–2004 Fortuna Düsseldorf
2005–2006 Waldhof Mannheim
2008–2009 1. FK Příbram
2009–2010 Budapest Honvéd
2013 Stuttgarter Kickers
2019– Daytona SC
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Coaching career

He managed 1. FK Příbram from March 2008, and led the Czech team to 2nd place in Czech 2. Liga, thus ensuring promotion back to the national top flight. On 5 May 2009 1. FK Příbram owner Jaroslav Starka and the Italian coach mutually decided to part ways because the club was delaying the payment of the salaries.[1] On 29 October 2009, he was named as the new Head Coach of Budapest Honvéd, replacing Tibor Sisa. In season 2010, after Újpest FC defeated his team, he resigned. After he worked for the staff of english team's Watford On 2019 he was named Head Coach of Daytona SC

Career

Coaching career history[2][3]

ClubPeriodRole
ESV München1991Youth team coach (18-year old)
FC Bayern Munich1992–1994Youth team coach (16-year old)
FC Bayern Munich1994–1995Giovanni Trapattoni's assistant coach
King Faisal Babes1995–1996Head coach
A.C. Milan1996–1998Scout
Ghana national football team1998–1999Assistant coach
De Graafschap1999Head coach
F.C. Potenza2000–2001Head coach (Serie D)
AC Bellinzona2001Head coach (Nationalliga B)
Rondinella Calcio2001–2002Head coach (Serie C2)
A.S. Varese 19102002Head coach (Serie C1)
Fortuna Düsseldorf2003–2004Head coach
SV Waldhof Mannheim2005–2006Head coach
1. FK Příbram2008–2009Head coach
Budapest Honvéd2009–2010Head coach
SV Stuttgarter Kickers2013Head coach
Daytona SC2019–Head coach

References

  1. Massimo Morales u týmu končí
  2. "Massimo Morales: muž, který táhne Příbram do ligy" (in Czech). iDNES.cz. Retrieved 2008-08-05.
  3. "Slavia, antipasto italiano" (in Italian). La Gazzetta dello Sport. 2008-08-05. Retrieved 2008-08-05.
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