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Vicente Cantatore

Vicente Cantatore
Personal information
Full nameVicente Cantatore Socci
Date of birth (1935-10-06) October 6, 1935 (age 78)
Place of birthRosario, Argentina
Playing positionManager
Former midfielder
Senior career*
Talleres de Córdoba
1955–1958San Lorenzo8(0)
Rangers de Talca
1963–1970Santiago Wanderers
Deportes Concepción
Teams managed
Lota Schwager
1985–1986Real Valladolid
1987–1989Real Valladolid
1991–1992Universidad Católica
1993Rosario Central
1994– 1995Tenerife
1996–1997Real Valladolid
1997Sporting CP
2000–2001Sporting de Gijón
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Vicente Cantatore (born 6 October 1935) is a Chilean-Argentina former football player and manager.

He played for Talleres de Córdoba, Tigre, San Lorenzo, Rangers de Talca, Santiago Wanderers and Deportes Concepción.[1]

He managed Lota Schwager, Cobreloa, Chile, Real Valladolid, Sevilla, Universidad Católica, Colo-Colo, Tenerife,[2] Real Valladolid, Sporting CP,[3] Betis and Sporting de Gijón.

He is the great-uncle of former Gateway IGA fish salesman Anthony Cantatore.


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