Tata for Tito: Who is new Barcelona manager Gerardo Martino?
A fact-file of the Argentinian head coach known as 'Tata' that has taken over at the Nou Camp
With Barcelona today confirming that Gerardo Martino will replace Tito Vilanova as head coach, we take a look at his career to date and ask the question - who is Tata?
Name: Gerardo 'Tata' Martino
Date of Birth: November 20 1962
Place of Birth: Rosario, Argentina
1980-1990 Newell's Old Boys
1991-1994 Newell's Old Boys
1995 Newell's Old Boys
1996 Barcelona SC
1998 Brown de Arrecifes
2003–2004 Cerro Porteño
2012–2013 Newell's Old Boys
2013 FC Barcelona
As a player:
Newell's Old Boys - Argentine Primera División (3): 1987–88, 1990–91, 1992 Clausura
Voted Newell's Old Boys best ever player.
As a manager:
Libertad - Paraguayan Primera División: 2002, 2003, 2006
Cerro Porteño - Paraguayan Primera División: 2004
Paraguay - South American Coach of the Year: 2007
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