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Renato Cesarini
Cesarini at Juventus.
Personal information
Full name Renato Cesarini
Date of birth April 11, 1906(1906-04-11)
Place of birth    Senigallia, Italy
Date of death    March 24, 1969 (aged 62)
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
192?-1925
1925-1927
1928
1929
1929
1929-35
1936
1936-1937
Borgata Palermo
Chacarita Juniors
Alvear
Club Ferrocarril Midland
Chacarita Juniors
Juventus
Chacarita Juniors
River Plate
00? 0(?)
00? 0(?)
00? 0(?)
00? 0(?)
00? 0(?)
129 (46)[1]
008 0(3)
023 0(7)   
National team
1926
1931-35
Argentina
Italy
002 0(1)[2]
011 0(3)[3]

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

Renato Cesarini (11 April 1906 – 24 March 1969) was an Italian-Argentine football player and coach, who also played for Juventus in Italy. He was a dual international footballer and played both for Argentina and Italy.

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Biography

Cesarini was born in Senigallia, in the Italian region of Marche, but when he was only a few months old he and his family emigrated to Buenos Aires, in Argentina.

In his early career he played for several clubs around the Buenos Aires area, during the amateur era in Argentine football, most notably Chacarita Juniors.

Cesarini was signed by Italian giants Juventus in 1929, he made his debut against S.S.C. Napoli on 23 March 1930: the game ended in a 2-2 draw. He went on to win five league championships with the club.

In 1936 he returned to the professionalised Argentine league where he won two championships with River Plate.

After retiring as a player, Cesarini went on to become a football manager. He coached a number of clubs in Argentina including both Boca Juniors and River Plate. He returned to Italy to coach Juventus and, between 1968 and 1969, he coached the Argentina national team.

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Legacy

Cesarini at Chacarita Juniors
  • The Italian expression zona Cesarini (Cesarini zone) was originated as a reference to Renato Cesarini, who often scored decisive goals during the last minutes of the match (the best example being the Italy 3-2 Hungary match of 13 December 1931 at Stadio Filadelfia of Turin [4]). This expression is still in use today in Italian football and it designates a goal that is scored in the final minutes of a match, namely in zona Cesarini.
  • Cesarini has a football club and training academy in Argentina named in his honour, it was founded in 1978 by former members of the Argentina national team.[5]

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