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Osvaldo Sosa

Osvaldo Sosa
Personal information
Date of birth (1948-01-26) January 26, 1948 (age 66)
Place of birthBuenos Aires, Argentina
Playing positionMidfielder
Senior career*
1966-1968Argentinos Juniors124 (total)(34)
1969Ferro Carril Oeste?(?)
1970-1971Argentinos Juniors(see above)
Teams managed
1970-1971Argentinos Juniors
1974Argentinos Juniors
1981Argentinos Juniors
1988-1989Deportivo Armenio
1991-1992Racing Club
1992-1994Argentinos Juniors
1997-2000Argentinos Juniors
2000-2002Chacarita Juniors
2004-2005Argentinos Juniors
2009Atlético Tucumán
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 22:19, 24 November 2009 (UTC).
† Appearances (Goals).

Osvaldo "Chiche" Sosa (born 26 January 1948 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine football manager and former player who most recently worked as the manager of Atlético Tucumán in the Primera División Argentina.

Playing career

Sosa began his playing career in 1964 with Almagro. In 1966 he joined Primera División side Argentinos Juniors where he played over 100 games over his two stints with the club. He also played for Independiente and Ferro Carril Oeste.

Managerial career

Sosa had his first attempt at management as the player-coach of Argentinos Juniors between 1970 and 1971. He went on to manage the club another 5 times (1974, 1981, 1992–94, 1997-00 & 2004-05). Sosa also returned to two of his other former clubs as manager, Almagro in 1980-81 and Independiente in 2003.

Some of Sosa's other clubs include two stints as manager of Mandiyú and single spells in charge of Tigre, Huracán, Colón, Deportivo Armenio, Racing Club, Talleres, Chacarita Juniors, Lanús, Quilmes and Atlético Tucumán.

External links

  • (Spanish) BDFA profile
  • (Spanish) Managerial statistics in the Primera División

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