Stefano Cusin

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Stefano Cusin was born on 28 October, 1968 in Montréal, Quebec, Canada, is a Canadian footballer and manager. Discover Stefano Cusin’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 52 years old?

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Age52 years old
Zodiac SignScorpio
Born28 October 1968
Birthday28 October
BirthplaceMontréal, Quebec, Canada
NationalityCanada

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Timeline of Stefano Cusin

2019

During the Viareggio tournament some players of his team have been contacted by different agents. They then decided to leave the team in order to play in different Italian professional clubs like Maa boumsong (Inter Milan ), Matute ( Udinese); Bayang bang (Bellinzona, Switzerland), Etogo (Greece) and Mapoka (TP 47 in Finland). During the ” Tournoi de l’Amitié 2006″ under 21 in Cotonou (Bénin) his team reached the semi-final against Ghana, after having beaten Togo (1–0), Nigeria( 4–0), Ivory Cost(2–1) and drawn with Congo(1–1). He was then contacted by the vice President of the Congo Football Federation and some months later the tournament, where his team played a real good football, the Congo Football Federation proposed him the role of Technical Director for all National teams.

2018

Stefano Cusin’s arrival to the disputed city of Hebron was transformative: in January, the club immediately won its first ever trophy the ‘Yasser Arafat Cup’ (the local league cup).

On July 4, 2018 the South African team have appointed Stefano Cusin as club’s new technical director.

2016

On July 30, 2016 the English club announces Stefano Cusin as vice of Walter Zenga. The transfer was possible through Jorge Mendes, the famous football agent. Cusin signs a contract that binds him to Wolves until June 30, 2017.

The debut was against Rotherham, with a draw of 2-2, on August 6, 2016.

On September 2016 Cusin got UEFA PRO License by presenting his thesis entitled “Coaching abroad in the world”.

2015

At the end of season Al Jazira Club finished with 3rd position in the league (in October they were 7th position) and qualified for 2015 Asia Champions League.

On 11 September 2015 Stefano and his team gained their fourth trophy in just eight months by beating 3-2 the Shabab Aldahreya opponent, granting him the victory of Supercup for West Bank Clubs.

On October 19, 2015, he enrolled in the “First Class Coach – UEFA Pro” course.

Stefano Cusin receives the helm of the team in mid 2015 season and remains as coach until the end of the season.

2014

In 2014 Asian Champions League Al Jazira Club secured 2nd position in the group stage and qualified for 1/8 Finals after eliminating Iranian giant Esteghlal Tehran Football Club and Al Rayyan from Qatar.

In September 2014, the fans of Ahli al Khalil – the smaller of the two Hebron clubs – didn’t have high hopes from the forthcoming season. The club’s performances in the West Bank Premier League were unstable, and the team was sailing between the lower and middle places of the table, as per usual in recent years.

2013

In January 2013, Sheikh Maktoum Al Sharqi, President of Fujairah SC sign a contract with coach Cusin. The target was to reach the UAE Arabian Gulf League for the season 2013-2014 campaign.

On 28 October 2013 he signed a contract with Al Jazira Club with his friend Walter Zenga again.

2012

In January 2012, During the African Cup of Nation 2012 he worked as the “expert of the African Football” for the famous Italian Calciomercato.com. At the beginning of the competition he declared that the Zambia national team was the serious outsider for the title; Zambia won the African Champion in February 2012.

2011

In January 2011, Walter Zenga and Stefano Cusin moved to Dubai to train the Al Nasr Dubai Team.

The 5 June 2011,winning in Kalba against Ittihad Kalba 2–1 and after winning the last 4 match in the league Following a great work, the Team qualified for the Asian Champion’s League 2012 for the first time. In May 2011, he extended the contract to another year, until June 2012.

From 6 June to 15 July 2011,Stefano Cusin and Roberto Baggio was a teammate during the Training course in Coverciano, Italian federation and become good friend. In November 2011 he played in Dubai the “all star” match. A benefit match for the Libyan’s Children; part of his team were Materazzi, Zanetti, Madjer, Koller, Muntasser, Nedved, Pires, Fadiga, Zwey, Aboud and Zenga. On 23 December 2011, during the derby of Dubai against Al Wasl, Cusin met the Argentinian Football Legend Diego Maradona ( Coach of Al Wasl), the match finish 2–2.

2010

In Saudi Arabia, with Al Nassr Riyad he worked from June to December 2010. He started the season on 14 August 2010 winning 1–0 in Najran and beating Al Fateh 7 days after 4–2. When he left the club,on 31 December 2010, the Team was second classed; with the best attack of the league and losing only one game.

2009

In November 2008 he signed a year contract for Al Ittihad Team, Tripoli Libya. When he arrived in November, the Team was only fifth classed. Minus 9 from the first …..eight months later: Al Ittihad won the championship, the National Cup and the Libya super Cup…and no defeats at all.In his first official match in the Libyan league he win 5–1 against Al Whada, making more goal in one match that in all games from the start of the season before is become manager. One of his best match was the derby played on 21 January 2009 against Al Alhy with an audience of 80 000 fan’s. Al Ittihad won 2–1 at the last minute playing in ten (Snani took a red card at the 70’). The day after the newspaper article he reported: “For the rest of my life I will never forget this match, my players played like “Old Gladiators” in the Arena and won; thanks to the fan’s we didn’t feel like playing in 10 players but in 12 instead!”.

12 players of his team were then part of the Libyan National Team in March 2009 during the CHAN ( African Cup of Nation) in Ivory Cost.

He also managed the team during the “Arabic Champion Cup” in the semi-final against Club African from Tunisia and the African Champion’s League. The Italian newspaper “Corriere dello Sport” selected Stefano Cusin as one of the Italian top Coach in the world, on 2 October 2009.

The international Magazine “soccer coaching international” from the Netherlands dedicated him an article 6-page long about his style of work in November 2009.

2008

In 2008, he moved to Bulgaria to train the Bulgaria Premier League Team, Botev Plovdiv for a 6-month contract. The Team played a pretty good football during the camp in Italy against important teams of the Italian Serie A (Catania, Siena, Empoli, Foggia). During the game Botev Plovdiv – Catania, played in Assisi on 24 July 2008, he met “the legend of Inter” Walter Zenga, the former Head Coach of Catania Team. In October he was sacked by the club

2007

In 2007, he signed a two years contract as the National Technical Director of the National Team of Congo. He was responsible of all the National Teams (under 17 to Olympique Team); in 2007 the Congo Team won the under 20 Africa Cup with coach Hudansky and play the World Cup under 20 in Canada. In March 2008 he left Congo because the Federation wasn’t paying his salary.

2006

In occasion of the World Cup in Germany 2006, he was filmed by the ARD the Deuch T.V. His Africa story became the little movie “Kick to Goal”.

2004

The first experience was a real success and Mr Henry Njalla Quan the Chairman of The Njalla Quan Sports Academy (Acada Sports) based in Limbé asked him to keep on working as the Technical Director of Cameroon for the following three years, in joint venture with one of the best Club in Italy for the youth programme, Empoli Football Club. His team was one of the different National Teams taking part to the different international competitions, Torneo di Viareggio ( Italy) – the best tournament in the world for the under 21, in 2004 (Team Cameroon) and 2005 (Acada Sports).The 11 February 2004 Team Cameroon start the tournament with a remarkable draw against the strong Fiorentina 0–0, and 5 days later against Modena 1–1. the 27 February 2005 Acada Sports win against the Bulgarian Team Naftex Burgas 3–1, for the first time one team from Africa win in this important tournament and on 29 February 2005 draw against Italian giants Inter Milan, played a very amazing game.

2003

Cusin had, from the beginning, a varied managerial career. In France and Italy he trained for 7 years a young players Teams, winning lots of championships. Soon after he moved to Cameroon. In 2003, in fact, the Cameroonian Football Federation of Africa invited him to organize a workshop for coaches and to train the under 17 and Under 20 soccer players teams. He believed that in a country known for its big athletic potential, a right tactic plan could make it more competitive. He first selected players with high athletic qualities, taught them different technical tactics, and then he worked on their winning positive feelings.

In 2003, in fact, the Cameroonian Football Federation of Africa invited him to organize a workshop for coaches and to train the under 17 and Under 20 soccer players teams. He believed that in a country known for its big athletic potential, a right tactic plan could make it more competitive. He first selected players with high athletic qualities, taught them different technical tactics, and then he worked on their winning positive feelings.

1968

Stefano Cusin (born 28 October 1968 in Montreal, Quebec) is an Italian football manager and former player. He’s currently the co-coach of Shahr Khodro in Persian Gulf Pro League. He gained international prominence as coach in Europe: France, Italy, Bulgaria, England; in Africa: Cameroon, Congo and Libya; In Asia: Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates. He was most recently assistant manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Football League Championship.