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Arturo Salah

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Arturo Salah Cassani is a Chilean former football player, who currently is an unemployed manager. Lastly he managed the Universidad de Chile. As a player, Salah played for Audax, Universidad Catolica, Universidad de Chile and Palestino.

He began his managerial career with Colo-Colo. He won two national championships (1986 & 1989), finished runner-up twice (1987 & 1988), and won the Copa Chile three times with Colo-Colo. After that impressive run with Colo-Colo, Salah took charge of the Chilean national team from 1990 to 1993. In 1991 he led "La Roja" to a third place in the Copa America. He stayed in charged of "La Roja" for 30 games, of which he won 12, tied 7, and lost 11.

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