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Enrico Nicolini

Enrico Nicolini
Personal information
Full nameEnrico Nicolini
Date of birth (1955-01-16) 16 January 1955 (age 59)
Place of birthGenoa, Italy
Playing positionMidfielder
Club information
Current clubCFR Cluj (assistant coach)
Youth career
Sampdoria
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1972–1976Sampdoria26(0)
1976–1980Catanzaro101(6)
1980–1981Napoli29(1)
1981–1985Ascoli114(10)
1985–1987Bologna64(6)
1987–1989Catanzaro58(1)
Teams managed
1990–1992Novara
1992–1993Vigor Lamezia
1993Palermo
1994–1995Catanzaro
1995–1997Ascoli
1997Siena
1998–2000Gualdo
2002Sambenedettese
2005Alessandria
2009–CFR Cluj (assistant)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 1 March 2010.
† Appearances (Goals).

Enrico Nicolini (born 16 January 1955) is an Italian professional former footballer and manager. He currently assists CFR Cluj coach Andrea Mandorlini.

Career

Footballer

He grew up in U.C. Sampdoria youth team and made his debut in Serie A in 1972. He won a promotion in Serie A with Catanzaro in 1978.[1]

He collected 237 matches in Serie A, scoring 25 goals, and 155 matches in Serie B, scoring 9 goals.

Coach

He started a career as coach in 1990, managing Novara in Serie C2.[2]

Later he assisted Carlo Mazzone during his work at Brescia and now he's part of Andrea Mandorlini's staff at CFR Cluj, in Romania.[3]

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