De Italiaanse oud-voetballer en voormalig bondscoach Cesare Maldini is overleden. Dat meldt de Italiaanse sportkrant Gazzetta dello Sport. Valentina Maldini is on Facebook. [34], Although Italy did not lose a match at the World Cup, Maldini resigned after the tournament due to heavy criticism in the Italian media over his allegedly ultra-defensive and "old-fashioned" catenaccio-inspired tactics, which included the use of a traditional man-marking defensive back-line, as well as a sweeper. Voorpagi­na Kijk papa, ik kan ook voetballen. View the profiles of people named Valentina Maldini. After a goalless draw, Italy were eventually eliminated by the eventual champions on penalties. [1][22][24][30][35][36][37][51][52][53][54][55] In attack, he usually paired two forwards who would complement each other alongside one another, namely a traditionally large, physical, and prolific centre-forward – such as Christian Vieri – with a smaller, faster, creative and more technical second striker – such as Roberto Baggio or Alessandro Del Piero; on rare occasions, he also employed an attacking trident. 32 relaties. Cesare Maldini (Triëst, 5 februari 1932 – Milaan, 3 april 2016) was een Italiaans voetballer en voetbalcoach. His teams were often known for being very compact defensively and for their tight and physical marking of opponents and would often play on the counter-attack. ROME (ANP) - De Italiaanse oud-voetballer en voormalig bondscoach Cesare Maldini is overleden. Paolo Maldini, the legendary Milan defender, lost his father Cesare Maldini-another Milan idol- only about three months ago. Maldini's first official match as Milan's head coach came on 6 September 1972, in a 4–1 away win over FA Red Boys Differdange in the Cup Winners' Cup;[9][11] Maldini won a Coppa Italia and a Cup Winners' Cup double in 1973, and also narrowly missed out on the league title that season. Cesare Maldini was een Italiaans voetballer en voetbalcoach. [8] His wife died later that year, on 28 July. [50], From a tactical standpoint, Maldini was known for his cautious, traditional, and conservative approach as a manager, and he used a solid, defensive-minded catenaccio-inspired system as the head coach of the Italian national side, a system which had been widely used by his mentor, Nereo Rocco; as he preferred to build his team on a very strong back-line, he often fielded a 4–4–2 formation, but which usually employed a sweeper (or "libero," in Italian) and three-man-marking centre-backs (or "stopper," in Italian) in front of the goalkeeper, although at times, he would also use a more common flat four-man defensive line and a zonal marking system, with two centre-backs, a left-back, and a right-back. Deze pagina is voor het laatst bewerkt op 12 jun 2020 om 09:42. Cesare Maldini (Triëst, 5 februari 1932 – Milaan, 3 april 2016) was een Italiaans voetballer en voetbalcoach. He played for Italy national team . He made his debut on 6 January 1960, in a 3–0 win over Switzerland in the 1955–60 Central European International Cup,[17][18] and later took part in the 1962 FIFA World Cup with Italy, making two appearances in the competition. De Italiaanse oud-voetballer en voormalig bondscoach Cesare Maldini is overleden. [1] One of his sons, Paolo, also had a successful football career as a defender with Milan,[3] and also once held the record for the most caps for the Italy national team (now third behind Gianluigi Buffon and Fabio Cannavaro). Join Facebook to connect with Valentina Maldini and others you may know. Cesare Maldini: The Italian who turned defending into an art A football match lasts 90 minutes but the memories can stay with you for a lifetime. During his time with Milan, he also won a Coppa Latina, and went on to capture the club's first ever European Cup as team captain in 1963, as Milan defeated Benfica 2–1 at Wembley Stadium on 22 May, with two goals from José Altafini;[3][13][14][15] as a result, Milan became the first Italian side ever to win the trophy, while Maldini became the first Italian captain to lift the cup. [18], In January 2002, Maldini became coach of Paraguay. Milan released some touching words in wake of the tragedy, Családja. [27][28][29] Despite initially struggling in qualification, the Italian media and fans had great expectations of the 1998 side, which included a strong defence, and several prolific attacking players, such as Christian Vieri, Alessandro Del Piero and Filippo Inzaghi, among others, in their prime. del figlio: una carriera straordinaria", "Under 21, da Buso a Orlandini, fino a Pirlo e Gilardino, ecco i 5 trionfi", "Mondiali, Cesare Maldini: farò l'osservatore del Milan", "Former Italy head coach Cesare Maldini dies aged 84", "CESARE MALDINI FUNERAL: BERLUSCONI ARRIVES", "Italian football Hall of Fame to induct ten new stars", Profile at Treccani: Enciclopedia on line, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Cesare_Maldini&oldid=993779922, Italian expatriate sportspeople in Paraguay, Articles with Italian-language sources (it), Pages using national squad without comp link, Pages using national squad without sport or team link, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only, This page was last edited on 12 December 2020, at 13:24. [44] His appointment caused some controversy as domestic managers were overlooked (prompting the managers union to try to unsuccessfully expel him for immigration breaches), and because he spoke little Spanish. He had a successful career in charge of the Italy under-21 side, winning the European Under-21 Championship a record three consecutive times; he later also coached the Italy senior team at the 1998 FIFA World Cup, and the Paraguay national football team at the 2002 FIFA World Cup. [22], After retiring from playing Maldini became a coach, starting his career as an assistant manager for Nereo Rocco at Milan in 1970, and later also coached the team between 1972 and 1974, while Rocco served as the club's technical director. PAOLO MALDINI has suffered a second family tragedy in just three months after his mother sadly passed away. Maya Oppenheim @mayaoppenheim. Voorpagi­na Dispensatieverzoek voor coach zonder hoogste licentie. Paolo Maldini, die pas op 41-jarige leeftijd stopte met voetballen, won onder meer vijf keer het belangrijkste Europese bekertoernooi. [9][11] In total, he made 347 appearances for Milan in Serie A, scoring 3 goals,[12] and made 412 appearances for the club in all competitions. And now Paolo’s mum, Maria Luisa Maldini, has also died. [6][20][24], Maldini took charge of the Italian Under-21 side in 1986, and coached the team for ten years, winning the European Under-21 Football Championship tournament a record three consecutive times between 1992 and 1996. [1][3][12][13][20][21] Despite his reputation as a consistently world-class defender, in his early career Maldini was at times also known for being overly confident in possession, and for having a penchant to take risks when carrying or playing the ball out of the defence, due to his passing accuracy and ability on the ball; this tendency occasionally led to sporadic and atypical defensive errors, which were later humorously dubbed Maldinate by the Italian media. Scopri (e salva) i tuoi Pin su Pinterest. Father to Paolo Maldini, Cesare began his career with Italian side Triestina, before transferring to Milan in 1954, whom he captained to win four Serie A league titles and one European Cup during his twelve seasons with the club. Cesare Maldini dead: Former Italy coach dies aged 84. Vi svelo tutto, "Maldini sceglie Baggio, ma Alex vuole il posto", "Professor Seedorf needs time for right chemistry at Milan", "Maldini, dalla Coppa Campioni a c.t. not always keep a distance, . The AC Milan idol lost his legendary father, Cesare, on April 3. Season Date Left From club Joined To club MV Fee ; Date: Jul 1, 1967 : 67/68: Jul 1, 1967: AC Tor: AC Torino: Retire: Retired--Date: Jul 1, 1966 : … [56], After the 2002 World Cup, Maldini returned to A.C. Milan as a talent scout for the Rossoneri. As a manager, he also coached his former club Milan on two occasions, as well as Italian sides Foggia, Ternana and Parma. Cesare Maldini (Trieste, 5 febbraio 1932 – Milano, 3 aprile 2016) è stato un allenatore di calcio e calciatore italiano, di ruolo difensore.. Padre di Paolo, da giocatore fu una bandiera del Milan, club con il quale disputò più di 400 incontri; a lungo capitano del club milanese, indossò la fascia anche in nazionale, con cui totalizzò 14 presenze e prese parte al campionato del mondo 1962. Log In Once logged in, you can add biography in the database. [9], At international level Maldini earned 14 caps for the Italy national football team between 1960 and 1963, also serving as the national team's captain between 1962 and 1963,[17] but was less successful than with Milan. Maldini werd 84 jaar. [9][11] He later went on to coach Foggia (1974–1976), Ternana (1976–77), and Serie C1 side Parma (1978–80), helping the team to obtain Serie B promotion during his tenure with the club, after managing a second-place finish in the league during the 1978–79 Serie C1 season. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world more open and connected. He was also highly regarded for his leadership, and consistency, as well as his discipline and class, both on and off the pitch; throughout his career, he only received five yellow cards and was only sent off only once. Maldini 1932-ben született Triesztben, szlovén származású szülők gyermekeként.A család eredeti neve Maldić, ebből olaszosították Maldinire egy évvel Cesare születése előtt. [46], Despite missing Chilavert for the first game due to suspension, Paraguay managed to advance from Group B to the Round of 16, after a 2–2 draw with South Africa,[47] a 3–1 defeat from Spain,[48] and a 3–1 victory over Slovenia. Maldini werd 84 jaar. [1][22][24][30][35][36][37][38] He was also condemned for leaving Gianfranco Zola out of the squad, and for his reluctance to field creative forwards Roberto Baggio and Alessandro Del Piero alongside each other in the front-line, opting instead to have one player come on for the other in the second half;[24][30][39] these controversial substitutions were compared to those made between Sandro Mazzola and Gianni Rivera by Ferruccio Valcareggi, the Italian manager at the 1970 World Cup. De tekst is beschikbaar onder de licentie. Cesare Maldini (5 Februar 1932 – 3 Aprile 2016) wis an Italian fitbaw manager an player, wha spent maist o his playin career wi Italian club A.C. Milan, an aa later coachin the side. "psychological motivation", . Sunday 03 April 2016 08:54. Cesare Maldini (Italian pronunciation: [ˈtʃeːzare malˈdiːni, ˈtʃɛː-]; 5 February 1932 – 3 April 2016) was an Italian professional football manager and player, who played as a defender. He served as team captain for both Milan and Italy. [23] He was sacked by the club in 1974, following a disappointing 2–1 defeat to Verona on 6 April, and was replaced by Giovanni Trapattoni for the final few games of the season. Valmentajana Maldini oli yksi italialaisen tiiviiseen puolustuspelaamiseen ja miesvartiointiin … ,,We zullen je missen, lieve Cesare.'' [26] He also coached the Italian Olympic teams that took part at the 1992 and 1996 Summer Olympics. [1] [2 Hij won als speler voor AC Milan in 1963 de Europacup I.Maldini is de vader van Paolo Maldini, die precies veertig jaar na zijn vader met AC Milan de Europacup I-finale speelde en verloor, maar wel het jaar daarop de beker wist te winnen. De Italiaanse oud-voetballer en voormalig bondscoach Cesare Maldini is overleden. Cesare Maldini was an Italian professional football manager and player, who played as a defender. [25] As Italy's Under-21 coach, Maldini was also known as a mentor for many of the team's players, who later stated that he played a key role in their development; indeed, former protégés Fabio Cannavaro, Gianluigi Buffon and Francesco Totti from Maldini's 1996 Under-21 European Championship-winning squad went on to win the 2006 FIFA World Cup. [6][10][11][20] However, Milan also suffered a 6–1 defeat on aggregate to Ajax in the European Super Cup; this was the worst defeat for an Italian team in an UEFA competition final. Maldini played 25 times for Italy and participated at the 1962 World Cup in Chile. Daniel Maldini mocht tegen Hellas Verona (1-1) in de blessuretijd invallen en zet zo 35 jaar na het debuut van vader Paolo en 67 jaar na opa Cesare de familietraditie voort. Cesare Maldini (5 February 1932 – 3 April 2016) was an Italian football player and manager. They won their group, drawing 2–2 with Chile in their opening game,[24] and then beating Cameroon 3–0[31] and Austria 2–1. [32] Advancing to the Round of 16, Italy then beat Norway 1–0[33] to secure a spot in the quarter-finals against tournament hosts France. Ook is hij de grootvader van Daniel Maldini, de zoon van Paolo. [2], *European competitions include the UEFA European Cup & UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, Milan return and 2002 World Cup with Paraguay, Technical Commission (Violi, Porcelli & Spaggiari), Technical Commission (Dentelli, Dietrich, Mazzoni & Tagliani), 1955–60 Central European International Cup, UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship, "Retiring Maldini celebrates the beauty of Milan", "Cesare Maldini obituary: Italy and AC Milan legend dies at 84", "Milan great Cesare Maldini dies aged 84", "A.C. 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[58] In his honour, a minute of silence was held before every league game in Italy that weekend, while Milan players wore black armbands in their match against Atalanta. [1] After taking over as the national team's manager, he helped Italy to a crucial 1–0 away victory over England at Wembley Stadium on 12 February 1997,[1] and successfully aided the team to qualify for the 1998 FIFA World Cup undefeated through the play-offs against Russia. tactical concept - Signor Cesare expressed himself much easier, . At Wembley, 35 years earlier, Cesare was the lynchpin and victorious captain of AC Milan’s first European Cup-winning team. Join Facebook to connect with Valentina Maldini and others you may know. He married Maria Luisa (Marisa; née Mazzucchelli, 1939–2016[2]) in 1962; together they had six children: three sons and three daughters. Najveći dio karijere proveo je u AC Milanu. Club career statistics [ change | change source ] [6], On 3 April 2016, Cesare died in Milan at the age of 84.

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