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| (1973-10-23) 23 October 1973 (age 42)|Andrea Sussi Wikipedia
Andrea Sussi (born 23 October 1973 in Florence) is an Italian professional football coach and former footballer who played as a left back.
Sussi played in Serie A, Serie B, Serie C1, and Serie C2, and represented 15 different clubs, all of which were Italian. Throughout his career he was coached by the likes of notable managers, such as Franco Scoglio, Carlo Mazzone and Antonio Conte, and also played with top footballers such as Pep Guardiola, Roberto Baggio, and Luca Toni during the 2001–02 season with Brescia Calcio.
Following his retirement, in 2008 Sussi started his coaching career as a Technical Assistant in Reggina Calcio, Serie A, managed by Nevio Orlandi. In the following years Sussi gained experience as Head Coach in the 6th-7th Italian tier until he was offered a position as the youth coach at U.S. Arezzo, in charge of the Juniores Nazionale squad, which he formally accepted in July 2013. After a very good season, they achieved the play-off.
In 2014/2015 Sussi was the Head Coach of Berretti in U.S. Arezzo Lega Pro.
In 2015/2016 Sussi was the Technical Director of U.S. Arezzo FA Academy.
In 2016 Sussi was admitted to a Uefa A course in Coverciano and in July 2016 he became Uefa A Coach licensed.