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Giancarlo Camolese
Personal information
Date of birth February 25, 1961 (1961-02-25) (age 48)
Place of birth    Turin, Italy
Playing position Manager (former midfielder)
Club information
Current club Unemployed
Youth career
Torino
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1978–1979
1979–1980
1980–1982
1982–1986
1986–1988
1988–1990
1990–1991
1991–1992
Torino
Biellese
Reggina
Alessandria
Lazio
Padova
Vicenza
Taranto
000 (0)
025 (0)
053 (1)
125 (5)
046 (0)
065 (0)
026 (1)
032 (0)   
Teams managed
2001–2002
2003–2004
2005–2006
2007–2008
2009
Torino
Reggina
Vicenza
Livorno
Torino

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

Giancarlo Camolese (born February 25, 1961 in Turin) is an Italian football (soccer) manager and former player. He is the currently without a club.

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Career

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Playing

Camolese started his professional career with hometown club Torino. He then played for Biellese, Reggina, Alessandria, Lazio, Padova, Vicenza and Taranto. He retired from professional football in 1993.

Coaching

Camolese started his managing career working as Torino's youth coach. He was appointed as first team coach in 2001 following Luigi Simoni's sacking, and led the granata to immediate promotion in Serie A and a safe escape from relegation one year later. Sacked on October 2002 because of poor results, he returned into coaching in 2003, replacing Franco Colomba at the helm of Reggina, and avoiding relegation once again; this however proved not to be enough for Camolese to be confirmed for the next season.

He served as Vicenza head coach in their 2005-06 campaign, as well as the first five Serie B 2006-07 matches, before being fired and replaced by Angelo Gregucci. He was appointed to replace Fernando Orsi as Livorno boss in October 2007,[1] being however sacked himself on April 28, 2008, leaving Livorno down in bottom place with three league matches remaining.[2]

On March 24, 2009 he made a comeback as Torino coach, replacing Walter Novellino at the helm of the granata with the goal to lead his club off the Serie A relegation zone.[3] However, by the end of the season owing to the Granata's relegation, he was sacked and replaced by Stefano Colantuono.

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