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Diego Cagna

Diego Sebastian Cagna is a retired Argentine professional football midfielder, most recently worked as the manager of Argentine side Club Atletico Tigre.

Cagna then went on to join Boca Juniors from the Apertura 1996 until the end of 1999 when, at 29 years of age and after winning the Clausura 1999, he moved to Spanish Villarreal CF. He played 3 seasons with the Yellow Submarine, and after playing the Apertura 2002 with Mexican Atletico Celaya, he returned to Boca Juniors in 2003.

Diego Cagna, who was team captain with Independiente, Boca Juniors and Villareal, eventually becoming a reserve player behind Boca Juniors' promising youngsters, and retired in 2005. All in all, he played a total of 255 games for Boca, scoring 21 goals.

Related websites

NY Times article

La Razon article

Diego Cagna no descarta la posibilidad de dirigir a River

Career details

Managerial career in the Argentine Primera

Argentine Primera statistics (incomplete)

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