| Seveso, Italy|
| (1964-07-26) July 26, 1964 (age 51)|
Gianmario Comi, Benedetta Comi
Gianmario Comi, Urbano Cairo, Giampiero Ventura, Alberto Zaccheroni, Gianni De Biasi
Antonio Comi Wikipedia
Antonio Comi (born 26 July 1964) is a retired Italian professional footballer who played as a central midfielder and the current general manager of Torino.
His son, Gianmario Comi, is also a footballer.
Comi grew up in the Torino youth sector and made his debut for the senior team on 20 Match 1983 against Fiorentina (2–0), replacing Carlo Borghi. On 18 May of that same year, Comi made his debut in Coppa Italia and scored his first goal for the Granata, doubling Torino's lead against Napoli. (2–0) in the quarter-finals.
He remained at Torino for six seasons, until the club was relegated to Serie B in 1989.
In 1989 Comi was sold to Roma, with whom he remained just little over five seasons. In November 1994, he transferred to Como in Serie B where he ended his career.
He returned Torino in 2001 as technical coordinator of the youth sector, and later became head of the youth sector in 2003, a post he continued to hold even after the club went bankrupt in 2005 at the behest of the new president Urbano Cairo. On 29 July 2011 he was appointed Director at Torino. On 5 July 2014 his contract was renewed to 30 June 2016.
In September 2012 he began the course for sporting director at Coverciano.
As of 11 June 1995.Roma
Coppa Italia (1): 1990–91