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Place of birth  Treviso, Italy
1985–1989  Juventus
Position  Midfielder
1984–1985  Montebelluna
Height  1.82 m
Years  Team
Role  Football player
Playing position  Midfielder
Name  Renato Buso

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Date of birth  (1969-12-19) December 19, 1969 (age 45)
Similar People  Marco Nappi, Marco Landucci, Corrado Orrico, Sergio Buso

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Renato Buso (born 19 December 1969 in Treviso) is an Italian professional football coach and a former player who was deployed as a forward or as a midfielder. He currently manages the team of Gavorrano in Lega Pro Seconda Divisione.

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Club career

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Buso initially began his career playing as a striker or as a centre-forward with Juventus in Serie A in 1985, at the age of 16, immediately winning the 1985–86 Serie A title and the 1985 Intercontinental Cup, although he was mainly a reserve player at the club, behind forwards Aldo Serena, Ian Rush, and Alessandro Altobelli. He later moved to Fiorentina in 1989, where he was deployed alongside Roberto Baggio and Oscar Dertycia as a winger, or as a supporting striker. During his time at the club, he played and scored in the 1990 UEFA Cup Final against his former team, although Fiorentina would lose the tournament. He subsequently moved to Sampdoria in 1991, where he won the 1991 Supercoppa Italiana. He began to be deployed as a midfielder as his career progressed, and he later also played for Napoli (1993–1996), Lazio (1996–97), Piacenza (1997–2000), Cagliari (2000–01), ending his career with La Spezia in Serie C1 (2001–04).

International career

Buso has also represented Italy at youth level at the 1992 Summer Olympics, and at the 1992 UEFA European Under-21 Championship under Cesare Maldini, where he helped Italy to win the tournament, finishing as the top goalscorer, with 3 goals over the semi-final against Denmark, and the final against Sweden. In total, he made 5 appearances for Italy's Olympic Squad, and 25 appearances for the Under-21 side, scoring 9 goals.

Coaching career

On November 17, 2011 he becomes the new coach of Gavorrano in place of the sacked Guido Pagliuca. He was dismissed in April 2013, with Gavorrano in deep relegation zone under risk of leaving professional football, and replaced by Corrado Orrico.

Club

Juventus
  • Serie A: 1985–86
  • Sampdoria
  • Supercoppa Italiana: 1991
  • International

    Italy U-21
  • UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship: 1992
  • Individual

  • UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship Top-scorer: 1992
  • UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship Golden Player: 1992
  • References

    Renato Buso Wikipedia


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