| Pescara, Italy|
| Football team manager|
| (1966-07-27) July 27, 1966 (age 49)|
A.C. Perugia Calcio (Manager, since 2013)
Diego Falcinelli, Gianluca Comotto, Pierpaolo Bisoli, Matteo Ardemagni, Edoardo Goldaniga
Perugia (head coach)
Andrea Camplone Wikipedia
Andrea Camplone (born 27 July 1966) is an Italian professional football coach and a former player, currently in charge as head coach of Cesena in the Serie B league.
Born in Pescara, Camplone grew up playing with his hometown club, for whom he spent nine full seasons as a senior, amassing a total 188 games (52 of which at Serie A level). He left Pescara in 1992 to join Perugia, with whom he won two promotions (from Serie C1 to Serie B and then to Serie A in 1996)). He then spent two seasons with Ancona before ending his career in 1999 after a short stint with Gubbio.
Camplone started his career as trainer at amateur Promozione level, guiding Abruzzo club Penne. In 2006, he took his first managing job at professional level, as head coach of Serie C1 club Lanciano, followed by a very short stint at hometown club Pescara and a number of other coaching jobs at Serie C1 level.
In November 2012 he was named head coach of Perugia, which he led to second place in the Serie C1/B league and subsequent elimination in the promotion playoff semifinals to Pisa. Following this defeat, he was dismissed from his position, only to be renamed as Perugia boss two months later after his replacement Cristiano Lucarelli was sacked before the first matchday of the season. On his second tenure at Perugia, Camplone managed to lead the Grifone to win the 2013–14 Lega Pro Prima Divisione title and get promoted to Serie B.
He eventually coached Serie B team Bari before being appointed head coach at Cesena on October 31st, 2016.