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Enzo Trossero

Enzo Hector Trossero (born 23 May 1953), nicknamed El Vikingo (the Viking), is an Argentine footballer and coach, who is the current manager of Al-Ittihad in Saudi Arabia.

During his coaching career he has coached Club Atletico Huracan, Talleres de Cordoba, and his former club Independiente de Avellaneda. Abroad he has coached in Switzerland where he was league champion with FC Sion and also coached the Swiss national team. He coached in Guatemala with CSD Municipal and won the UNCAF Club Tournament and a record 5 straight league championships. On 04 November 2009 Godoy Cruz Antonio Tomba officials have hired the coach to replace Diego Cocca, Trossero recently quit Saudi Arabian club Al Shabab. On 29 December 2009 Godoy Cruz Antonio Tomba officials have fired the coach after just six matches due to poor results: three draws and three losses. As replacement was named Trossero's assistant Daniel Ondra, the club is but in negotiation with former Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata coach Leonardo Madelon. He was hired as the new coach of Al-Ittihad in Saudi Arabia on January 27th 2010 replacing Gabriel Calderon.

Related websites

BBC Football article

Enzo Trossero es el nuevo entrenador de Godoy Cruz

Enzo Trossero fue despedido de Godoy Cruz

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