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Current team. Argentina (manager). Senior career*. Years, Team, Apps, ( Gls ). 1995–1996, Newell's Old Boys, 12, (0). 1996–1997, Estudiantes, 37, (7). 1998–2006 ...

He appeared – and started – in both games against his former club, both ending in 0–0 draws. [16][17] Italy[edit] On 30 June 2007, Scaloni moved to S. S. Lazio in Italy's Serie A on a five-year deal. [18] In January of the following year he returned to Spain, on loan to RCD Mallorca for 18 months;[19][20][21] subsequently, he returned to Rome, where he was rarely used for the following three seasons. At age 35, Scaloni joined Atalanta B. C. Lionel Scaloni - WikipediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Lionel Scaloni Scaloni with Argentina in 2022Personal informationFull name Lionel Sebastián Scaloni[1]Date of birth 16 May 1978 (age 45)[1]Place of birth Pujato, Santa Fe, ArgentinaHeight 1. 82 m (6 ft 0 in)[1]Position(s) Right-back, right midfielderTeam informationCurrent team Argentina (manager)Senior career*Years Team Apps (Gls)1995–1996 Newell's Old Boys 12 (0)1996–1997 Estudiantes 37 (7)1998–2006 Deportivo La Coruña 200 (14)2006 → West Ham United (loan) 13 (0)2006–2007 Racing Santander 30 (1)2007–2013 Lazio 52 (1)2008–2009 → Mallorca (loan) 28 (0)2013–2015 Atalanta 15 (0)Total 387 (23)International career1997 Argentina U20 7 (2)2003–2006 Argentina (0)Managerial career2016–2017 Sevilla (assistant)2017–2018 Argentina (assistant)2018 Argentina U202018– Medal record Men's football Representing Argentina (as player) FIFA World Youth Championship Winner 1997 Malaysia U-20 Team Representing Argentina (as manager) FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar Copa América 2021 Brazil 2019 Brazil CONMEBOL–UEFA Cup of Champions 2022 England *Club domestic league appearances and goals Lionel Sebastián Scaloni (Spanish pronunciation: [ljoˈnel eskaˈloni], [2] Rioplatense: [ehkaˈloni]; born 16 May 1978) is an Argentine professional football manager and former player who currently coaches the Argentina national team. He won the 2021 edition, Argentina's first such honour in 28 years, and then beat Italy in the 2022 Finalissima. Thereafter, the Scaloni-led national team won their third World Cup title, the first since 1986, in 2022 in Qatar. Playing career[edit] Club[edit] Early years and Deportivo[edit] Scaloni (left) with Estudiantes in 1996 Born in the small town of Pujato in Santa Fe Province, [3] with Italian origins from Ascoli Piceno, Marche, [4][5] Scaloni began his career in the Argentine Primera División with local club Newell's Old Boys and then Estudiantes de La Plata, before joining Spain's Deportivo de La Coruña in December 1997 for 405 million pesetas. [6] Regularly used with the Galicians over an eight-and-a-half-year stint, he competed with Manuel Pablo and Víctor for both starting spots on the right flank. 30 April 2009. Retrieved 11 May 2016. ^ Losco, Gianluca (29 January 2013). "Ufficiale: Atalanta, preso Scaloni dalla Lazio" [Official: Atalanta, Scaloni signed from Lazio] (in Italian). Tutto Mercato Web. Retrieved 11 May 2016. ^ Casalino, Lorenzo (17 September 2013). "Atalanta, reintegrato Scaloni in rosa" [Atalanta, Scaloni reinstated in squad] (in Italian). Retrieved 12 November 2013. ^ Cristofanelli, Federico (28 July 2018). FIFA. p. 2. Archived from the original (PDF) on 10 June 2019. Retrieved 8 June 2019. ^ cf. Spanish phonology#Epenthesis ^ Reinke, Mariana (27 July 2021). "Pujato, el pueblo rural del DT Lionel Scaloni con el récord de un camión cada diez personas" [Pujato, HC Lionel Scaloni's small town with the record of a truck for every ten people]. La Nación (in Spanish). Retrieved 31 January 2022. ^ De Luca, Francesco (12 December 2022). [25] His only appearance of the tournament was the 2–1 extra time win against Mexico in the round of 16, on 24 June 2006 at the Zentralstadion, which he started and finished. [26] Coaching career[edit] Assistant[edit] On 11 October 2016, Scaloni joined compatriot Jorge Sampaoli's coaching staff at Sevilla. [27] The following June, when the latter was appointed as the new national team boss, he was again named as his assistant. [28] Argentina[edit] After Argentina's failure at the World Cup in Russia, Scaloni and Pablo Aimar were named caretaker managers until the end of the year. A versatile player, he operated as a right-back or right midfielder. Born in Pujato, Santa Fe, Scaloni debuted as a player for Newell's Old Boys in 1995. He spent most of his professional career in Spain, mainly at Deportivo de La Coruña, with whom he won the 1999–2000 Spanish league title and the 2001–02 Copa del Rey; in total, he amassed 258 games and 15 goals over 12 seasons in La Liga with three different teams. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 11 May 2016. ^ "El Mallorca presenta a Scaloni" [Mallorca present Scaloni]. Marca (in Spanish). Spain. 26 January 2008. Retrieved 11 May 2016. ^ "Scaloni dice que el único culpable de su expulsión en Getafe es él" [Scaloni says he is the only one to blame for his dismissal in Getafe]. 4 March 2008. Retrieved 11 May 2016. ^ "Scaloni: "Me gustaría quedarme, pero no depende de mí"" [Scaloni: "I would like to stay, but it's not up to me"]. [33][52] Due to this shocking conquest by a manager deemed as too inexperienced for the job, Scaloni was also referred for having "Midas' touch", named after the ancient Greek mythological character Midas. [53] Personal life[edit] Scaloni's older brother, Mauro, also played at Deportivo, but never made it beyond its reserve team. [54][6] He and his wife Elisa Montero have two sons, Ian and Noah. [55][56] In April 2019, Scaloni was run over while cycling in Calvià in Majorca. Some media initially reported him to be in serious condition, but he was discharged a few hours later. [57] Career statistics[edit] Appearances and goals by national team and year[58] National team Year Goals 2003 1 0 2004 2005 3 2006 2 Total Managerial statistics[edit] As of match played 12 September 2023 Managerial record by team and tenure Nat From To Record Ref G W D L GF GA GD Win% 17 July 2018 30 November 2018 6 4 11 +8 066. 14 September 2006. Retrieved 13 December 2022. ^ "Deportivo La Coruña 0–0 Racing Santander". ESPN FC. 3 December 2006. Retrieved 25 September 2012. ^ "Racing Santander 0–0 Deportivo La Coruña". 29 April 2007. Retrieved 25 September 2012. ^ "Colpo Lazio, preso Scaloni (CorrieredelloSport. it)" [Lazio deal, Scaloni acquired (CorrieredelloSport. it)] (in Italian). Lazio. net. 30 June 2007. Newell`s Old Boys – Estudiantes LP. LiveStream 16 hours ago — Watch Live Stream Online Newell`s Old Boys - Estudiantes LP (24.09.23). Live Stream Football îíëàéí. - Live. [29] In November 2018, the former was confirmed in the post until the following June when the 2019 Copa América was due to take place. [30] This decision unleashed a wave of criticism against Scaloni's appointment, including from legendary footballer Diego Maradona, who criticized the move for appointing an "unqualified" and inexperienced person in charge. [31][32][33] Scaloni's appointment, at the time, was also seen as an offence against the national team due to the lack of consultation with other experienced managers at the time and the AFA was blamed for having no strategy regarding the appointment. [34] In the 2019 Copa América, he led the side to third place in Brazil, but not in the style fans expected as Argentina struggled to advance further in the tournament. [35] The poor performance on Argentina's way to the third place finish ultimately released a new wave of criticism against Scaloni appointment due to Argentina's inability to win the tournament despite expectation, and Scaloni's inadequate and inconsistent tactical performances. Newell's Old Boys? Complete TV and streaming schedule here How to watch Estudiantes - Newell's Old Boys on TV and stream Watch it live on TV or Stream. Paramount+. Watch it live. OFFERS Powered by oddschecker.




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