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Fernando Veneranda
Personal information
Full name Fernando Veneranda
Date of birth May 23, 1941(1941-05-23)
Place of birth    Porto San Giorgio, Italy
Date of death    March 1, 2007 (aged 65)
Place of death    Porto San Giorgio, Italy
Playing position Manager (former striker)
Youth career
 ?-1960 Sangiorgese
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1960-1963
1963-1964
1964-1966
1966-1967
1967-1968
1968-1969
1969-1973
Fiorentina
Prato
Brescia
Potenza[1]
Palermo
Genoa
Matera
0 (0)
? (?)
? (1)
33 (6)
15 (2)[2]
2 (1)
? (?)   
Teams managed
1973-1974
1974-1975
1975-1976
1976-1979
1979-1980
1980-1981
1981-1982
1982-1984
1984-1985
1985-1986
1986-1987
1988-1989
1990-1991
1991-1992
Matera
Campobasso
Marsala
Palermo
Verona
Palermo
Foggia
Avellino
Cagliari
Palermo
Taranto
Taranto
Triestina
Messina

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)

Fernando Veneranda (May 23, 1941 – March 1, 2007 in Porto San Giorgio) was an Italian football (soccer) player and manager.

Playing career

Veneranda, a forward, started his professional career for Fiorentina, where he played from 1960 to 1963. He never played a single Serie A match, but appeared in a Cup Winners' Cup match, as well as in the Coppa Italia and Mitropa Cup. He owns the record of being the Fiorentina players with the highest number of appearances without having ever played a league match.[3] He then played for a number of Serie A, B and C clubs. Veneranda ended his playing career in 1973 for Matera, and soon became manager of the same club.

Managing career

After his time at Matera, Veneranda moved to Campobasso, Marsala, and to Palermo, a former playing club of his, at the end of the 1976/1977 season. He is best remembered among Palermo fans for having led the Serie B club to its second Coppa Italia final in history, then lost 2-1 to giants Juventus. Despite this, Veneranda coached only a single Serie A team in his whole career, Avellino; he was called to coach the biancoverdi in October 1982 and obtained a good ninth place for the small club; he was fired after the tenth matchday of the next season. Veneranda retired from football in 1992, after he relegated to Serie C1 with Messina.

Veneranda died on March 1, 2007, aged 65, in his native city of Porto San Giorgio[4].

References

  1. ^ (Italian) [1]
  2. ^ Sicilian Clubs in Serie B
  3. ^ (Italian) [2]
  4. ^ (Italian) [3]
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