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Miguel Angel Brindisi
Brindisi at Boca Juniors
Personal information
Full name Miguel Angel Brindisi
Date of birth October 8, 1950 (1950-10-08) (age 59)
Place of birth    Buenos Aires, Argentina
Playing position Attacking midfielder/striker
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1967–1976
1976–1978
1978–1980
1981–1982
1983–1984
1984
1967–1984
Huracán
UD Las Palmas
Huracán
Boca Juniors
Nacional
Racing Club
Total
320 (155)
092 0(29)
029 0(11)
078 0(27)
00? 00(?)
014 00(2)
533 (223)   
National team
1969–1974 Argentina 046 0(17)
Teams managed
1986
1987–1988
1989–1991
1991
1991–1992
1994–1997
1994–1995
2001–2003
2003
2003–2004
2004–2005
2005–2007
2008
2008–2009
Alumni de Villa María
CSD Municipal
Barcelona SC
RCD Espanyol
UD Las Palmas
Guatemala
Independiente
Huracán
Racing Club
Lanús
Boca Juniors
Comunicaciones
F.C. Atlas
Jaguares de Chiapas

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only and
correct as of 3 January 2007.
* Appearances (Goals)

Miguel Angel Brindisi (born October 8 1950, in the Almagro neighborhood of Buenos Aires) is an Argentine football coach and former attacking midfield player. He played for the Argentine national team at the 1974 FIFA World Cup.

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Playing career

Brindisi played most of his career in two spells at Club Atlético Huracán, but he also had spells with Spanish side UD Las Palmas, Uruguayan side Nacional and Argentine teams Boca Juniors and with Racing Club during their spell in the 2nd division.

Brindisi was part of two Argentine championship winning sides, his first title was the 1973 Metropolitano with Huracán and his second was the 1981 Metropolitano with Boca.

Brindisi was the Argentine Primera's top scorer in the Metropolitano tournament of 1972 with 21 goals.

Brindisi played for the Argentina national team making 46 appearances and scoring 17 goals[1].

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Titles and Awards as a player

Season Club Title
1972 Metropolitano Argentina Club Atlético Huracán Primera Division Argentina Topscorer: 21 goals
1973 Metropolitano Argentina Club Atlético Huracán Primera Division Argentina
1981 Metropolitano Argentina Boca Juniors Primera Division Argentina

Managerial career

Brindisi made his debut as a head coach with Club Alumni de Villa María in 1986 his next club was CSD Municipal of Guatemala, which he led to the Liga Nacional de Guatemala title in 1987 and 1988. The next club team Brindisi took charge of was Barcelona Sporting Club in Ecuador where he lad the team to the national championship in 1989 and 1991 and to the Libertadores Cup finals in 1990. He then had spells in charge of RCD Espanyol and UD Las Palmas in Spain. After managing in Guatemala several years [2] he went on to become coach of the Guatemala national team, of which he was in charge during the 1994 World Cup qualification process and on a second tenure in 1997.[3] Brindisi took over at Club Atlético Independiente in the Primera division, he helped the club to win three titles; Clausura 1994, Supercopa Sudamericana 1994 and Recopa Sudamericana 1995. Brindisi then had a spell in charge of his former club and Independiente's fiercest rivals; Racing Club, and a period in charge of Huracán. Brindisi took over at Club Atlético Lanús in 2003, then became manager of Boca Juniors in July 2004, but resigned after only 22 games following a defeat to River Plate. He then became manager of Comunicaciones in 2005.

Brindisi was the Head Coach of Jaguares de Chiapas of Mexico and was fired on 05 May 2009[4].

Titles as a manager

Season Club Title
1987 Guatemala CSD Municipal Liga Nacional de Guatemala
1988 Guatemala CSD Municipal Liga Nacional de Guatemala
1989 Ecuador Barcelona Sporting Club Campeonato Ecuatoriano de Fútbol
1991 Ecuador Barcelona Sporting Club Campeonato Ecuatoriano de Fútbol
Clausura 1994 Argentina Club Atlético Independiente Primera Division Argentina
1994 Argentina Club Atlético Independiente Supercopa Sudamericana
1995 Argentina Club Atlético Independiente Recopa Sudamericana

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