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Name  Jorge Speranza

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Jorge Speranza (August 25, 1958, Montevideo, Uruguay) is a former soccer player. Currently he works as soccer coach. As player, he shared dressing room at Club Atlético Bella Vista with some of the most important coaches of recent Uruguayan history as Víctor Púa, Julio Ribas, Luis González and Oscar Washington Tabarez (current coach of Uruguay National team). As a coach, he begun coaching professional players in 1989 in Salus F.C. and his last team was Club Nacional de Football, in 2010 season. Currently, he has no team.

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Career

He started coaching soccer teams at Uruguay’s University Soccer League (Liga Universitaria de Fútbol de Uruguay) when he was still taking the coaches’ course at ISEF in Montevideo, in 1988. When he graduated, he coached Salus F.C. for two years. After that, he coached youngsters at Bella Vista, River Plate and Montevideo Wanderers F.C.. In 1997 Jorge was hired again by Salus F.C. to coach the professional team. In 2004, he worked for Club Deportivo Colonia and he coached F.C. Itzaes from Mérida (Yucatán, Mexico). At his last club, Club Nacional de Football from Uruguay, he worked as assistant head coach in season 2010

Managing activity

In parallel to his sport activity, Jorge has worked in management for companies such as Kodak (México), Bertelsmann AG, Coasin Uruguaya S.A., Acer Uruguay (as General Manager) and Integro IT Group in Uruguay (as General Manager).

References

Jorge Speranza Wikipedia