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Bertoni takes over as Amicale new coach

He arrived last week on Monday and already had a busy schedule with his new players at Amicale FC.
He has been coaching youth football in Australia for seven months with Football Mundial soccer school in Sydney and this is first club to coach in Oceania.
“I am very excited and looking forward to my first OFC Champions League competition with Amicale FC.” Said Amicale new coach, Mauro Bertoni.
“Life is not the same but I have to accept it and continue to help Amicale players.”
“I have seen some footage of Auckland City and other clubs in Oceania and I have a lot of respect for them.”
“My job now is to work hard with my coaching team and put a good team before the champions league starts in April.”
“The local players in the team are good but they need knowledge of the game.”
“I am sure after the three months we will have a good team ready for the competition.” He said.
“I take this opportunity to thank Amicale FC President, Mr. Andrew Leong, technical director, Mr. Anthony Pisano for inviting me to Vanuatu to coach their team.” he concluded.
Mauro Bertoni history.
Mauro Bertoni, born in Bagnolomella – Brescia (Italy) on 27th October 1969. Former Professional Player for 18 years, from 1993 to 2011 (in total 23 Years Career) – 817 Caps with 82 goals – Actually Professional Football Coach Uefa A License.
LICENSE UEFA A
UEFA, License 47969 – June 2011
LICENSE UEFA B
UEFA, License 47969 – May 2000
YOUTH COACH UEFA LICENSE
UEFA, License 47969 – May 2000

Professional and Academic career:
September 2012 – April 2013 Football Coach at Football Mundial Academy, Sydney Australia – June 2012 – August 2012 Football Coach at Nike Summer Camp (California – Massachusetts Wisconsin) – January 2012 – June 2012 Head Football Coach Orsa Cortefranca, Italy – January 2011 – June 2012 Assistant Coach Professional Club AC Rodengo Saiano, Italy – January 2010 – June 2010 Head Coach Professional Club AC Rodengo Saiano, Italy – June 2005 – January 2010 Professional Football Player League Pro AC Rodengo Saiano, Italy – January 2003 – June 2005 Professional Football Player League Pro US Cremonese, Italy – July 1999 – December 2002 Professional Football Player League Pro AC Montichiari, Italy – January 1999 – June 1999 Professional Football Player League Pro US Sassuolo, Italy – July 1998 – December 1998 Professional Football Player League Pro Rimini Calcio, Italy – June 1997 – July 1998 Professional Football Player League Pro AC Ospitaletto, Italy – June 1996 – July 1997 Professional Football Player League Pro US Alessandria, Italy – June 1993 – July 1996 Professional Football Player League Pro AC Lumezzane, Italy – June 1992 – July 1993 Professional Football Player League Pro Virescit BG, Italy – June 1989 – July 1992 Amateur Football Player League Amateur US Quinzano, Italy – June 1988 – July 1989 Youth Professional League Primavera US Cremonese, Italy.

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