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Vincenzo Montefusco
Personal information
Date of birth April 26, 1945 (1945-04-26) (age 64)
Place of birth Naples, Italy
Playing position Defensive Midfielder
Youth career
?–1959 Società Meridionale Elettrica
1959–1960 Fiamma Sangiovannese
1960–1962 Napoli
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1962–1977 Napoli 156 (7)
1970–1971 Foggia (loan) ? (2)
1972–1973 Vicenza (loan) 26 (1)
1974–1975 Taranto (loan) 16 (2)
Teams managed
1977–1978 Nuovo Posillipo Napoli
1978–1979 Cassino
1979–1981 Paganese
1981–1982 Campobasso
1982–1983 Casertana
1983–1984 Campania
1984–1986 Cosenza
1986–1987 Juve Stabia
1987–1988 Nocerina
1988–1989 Casertana
1989–1991 Empoli
1991–1992 Baracca Lugo
1992–1993 Pisa
1997 Napoli
1998 Napoli
1999 Napoli
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Vincenzo "Enzo" Montefusco (born April 26, 1945 in Naples) is a former Italian football midfielder and manager. He is most noted for his association to his hometown side Napoli, where he played for over a decade as a player[1] and several managerial spells throughout Serie B and Serie C teams such as Cosenza and Pisa, before entering into Napoli's managing staff in the role of youth team coach. During the late 1990s he also served three times as caretaker manager, replacing Luigi Simoni, Giovanni Galeone and Renzo Ulivieri respectively. He was ultimately sacked by Napoli following the 1999-2000 promotion to Serie A, and he left the football world since then.[2]

References

  1. ^ "Napoli Player Statistics". ClubAngloNapulitano. http://clubanglonapulitano.tripod.com/players.html. Retrieved August 2007.  
  2. ^ Fabrizio Cappella (2005-04-10). "VINCENZO MONTEFUSCO. Il giocatore gentiluomo e il calcio dei sogni perduti" (in Italian). La Repubblica Napoli. http://www.napoli.repubblica.it/speciali/volti/precedenti/100405.html. Retrieved 2007-09-16.  
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Vincenzo Montefusco
Personal information
Date of birthApril 26, 1945 (1945-04-26) (age 65)
Place of birthNaples, Italy
Playing positionDefensive Midfielder
Youth career
?–1959Società Meridionale Elettrica
1959–1960Fiamma Sangiovannese
1960–1962Napoli
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1962–1977Napoli156(7)
1970–1971Foggia (loan)?(2)
1972–1973Vicenza (loan)26(1)
1974–1975Taranto (loan)16(2)
Teams managed
1977–1978Nuovo Posillipo Napoli
1978–1979Cassino
1979–1981Paganese
1981–1982Campobasso
1982–1983Casertana
1983–1984Campania
1984–1986Cosenza
1986–1987Juve Stabia
1987–1988Nocerina
1988–1989Casertana
1989–1991Empoli
1991–1992Baracca Lugo
1992–1993Pisa
1997Napoli
1998Napoli
1999Napoli
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Vincenzo "Enzo" Montefusco (born April 26, 1945 in Naples) is a former Italian football midfielder and manager. He is most noted for his association to his hometown side Napoli, where he played for over a decade as a player[1] and several managerial spells throughout Serie B and Serie C teams such as Cosenza and Pisa, before entering into Napoli's managing staff in the role of youth team coach. During the late 1990s he also served three times as caretaker manager, replacing Luigi Simoni, Giovanni Galeone and Renzo Ulivieri respectively. He was ultimately sacked by Napoli following the 1999-2000 promotion to Serie A. In 2008 he became director of football of Real Marcianise in Lega Pro.[2]

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