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José María Minella

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José María Minella (Mar del Plata, 1909 - 1981) was a former Argentine footballer and manager. He played for and managed the Argentina national team.
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Estadio José María Minella

Estadio José María Minella

Stadium in Mar del Plata, Argentina

José María Minella

José María Minella

Argentine soccer player

Felipe Pascucci

Italian soccer manager

Néstor Rossi

Néstor Rossi

Argentine soccer player

Estadio Arquitecto Ricardo Etcheverry

Estadio Arquitecto Ricardo Etcheverry

Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Desc: Estadio Arquitecto Ricardo Etcheverri is a football stadium located in the Caballito district of Buenos Aires. It is the home venue of Ferro Carril Oeste. The stadium was opened in 1905, and has a current capacity of 24,442. It is located close to Caballito station on the Ferrocarril Sarmiento line.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estadio_Arquitecto_Ricardo_Etcheverry
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0b0rhs
  • Type: Thing, StadiumOrArena, Place, CivicStructure
  • Result Score: 59.84
Vladislao Cap

Vladislao Cap

Argentine soccer player

José María Minella

Stadium in Rafaela, Argentina

César Luis Menotti

César Luis Menotti

Argentine football coach

  • Desc: César Luis Menotti, known as El Flaco, is an Argentine football coach and former player who won the 1978 FIFA World Cup as the head coach of the Argentina national team. He played as a striker.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C%C3%A9sar_Luis_Menotti
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/06xdmv
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 54.05

José María Minella

Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Estadio Islas Malvinas

Estadio Islas Malvinas

Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Desc: The Estadio Islas Malvinas is a multi-use stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is the home ground for All Boys of the Argentine Primera División. The stadium holds 21,500 spectators. The stadium's name reflects Argentina's claims of sovereignty over the Falkland Islands.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estadio_Islas_Malvinas
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/05zv68v
  • Type: Thing, Place, StadiumOrArena
  • Result Score: 51.67
Estadio El Serpentario

Estadio El Serpentario

Stadium

Estadio Bautista Gargantini

Estadio Bautista Gargantini

Stadium in Mendoza, Argentina

Estadio Pedro Bidegain

Estadio Pedro Bidegain

Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Estadio 15 de Abril

Estadio 15 de Abril

Stadium in Santa Fe, Argentina

  • Desc: The 15 de Abril is a multi-use stadium in Santa Fe, Argentina. It is currently used primarily for football matches and is the home ground of CA Unión de Santa Fe. The stadium holds 26,500 people and was opened on 28 April 1929. It is called 15 de Abril after the foundation date of the club.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estadio_15_de_Abril
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0cc1f9
  • Type: Thing, Place, StadiumOrArena
  • Result Score: 47.67
Edgardo Bauza

Edgardo Bauza

Argentine soccer player

  • Desc: Edgardo Bauza is an Argentine former footballer, currently manager of Rosario Central. Before taking up management, he played over 300 games for Rosario Central.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edgardo_Bauza
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0db9xg
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 46.83
Estadio Julio Humberto Grondona

Estadio Julio Humberto Grondona

Stadium in Sarandí, Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Desc: Estadio Julio Humberto Grondona, or the Estadio Viaducto, is a multi-use stadium in Avellaneda, Argentina. It is currently used primarily for football matches and is the home stadium of Arsenal de Sarandí. The stadium holds 18,300 people. Estadio Julio H.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estadio_Julio_Humberto_Grondona
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0c75t1
  • Type: Thing, Place, StadiumOrArena
  • Result Score: 46.57

El Gigante de Alberdi

Stadium in Córdoba, Argentina

  • Desc: Estadio Julio César Villagra, nicknamed El Gigante de Alberdi, is a multi-use stadium in Córdoba, Argentina. It is currently used primarily for football matches. The stadium has a capacity of 30,000 people and it was opened on 17 March 1929. Is the home of the Argentine team Belgrano de Córdoba.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_Gigante_de_Alberdi
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0fky6x
  • Type: Place, Thing, StadiumOrArena, TouristAttraction
  • Result Score: 45.68
Estadio Presidente Juan Domingo Perón

Estadio Presidente Juan Domingo Perón

Stadium in Avellaneda, Argentina

  • Desc: The Estadio Juan Domingo Perón, not to be confused with Estadio Presidente Perón, which opened on 13 September 1950, is a stadium in Argentina that is the home of Racing Club. The club's fans refer to it as El Cilindro.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estadio_Presidente_Juan_Domingo_Per%C3%B3n
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/08bwcx
  • Type: LocalBusiness, TouristAttraction, Place, Thing, StadiumOrArena
  • Result Score: 44.74
José Pékerman

José Pékerman

Argentine-Colombian football coach

Juan Carlos Lorenzo

Juan Carlos Lorenzo

Argentine soccer player

Estadio Brigadier General Estanislao López

Estadio Brigadier General Estanislao López

Stadium in Santa Fe, Argentina

Estadio Norberto

Estadio Norberto "Tito" Tomaghello

Stadium in Argentina

Estadio José Manuel Moreno

Estadio José Manuel Moreno

Multi-purpose stadium in Merlo, Argentina

  • Desc: Estadio José Manuel Moreno is a multi-purpose stadium in Merlo Partido, Argentina. It is currently used primarily for football matches and hosts the home matches of Primera B Nacional Argentina club, Club Social y Deportivo Merlo.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estadio_Jos%C3%A9_Manuel_Moreno
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/07kbg9k
  • Type: Thing, Place, StadiumOrArena
  • Result Score: 43.23
Estadio Florencio Sola

Estadio Florencio Sola

Stadium in Banfield, Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Desc: Estadio Florencio Sola is a multi-use stadium in Banfield, Argentina. It is currently used primarily for football matches, and it is the home of Banfield of the Argentine Primera División. The stadium has a capacity of 34,901 people and was built in 1940.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estadio_Florencio_Sola
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/09zvth
  • Type: Thing, Place, StadiumOrArena
  • Result Score: 42.01

Estadio Roberto Natalio Carminatti

Stadium in Bahía Blanca, Argentina

  • Desc: The Estadio Roberto Natalio Carminatti is a multi-use stadium in Bahía Blanca, Argentina. It is currently the biggest stadium of the city, and is used mostly for football matches. It is the home of Olimpo. The stadium has a capacity of 20,000.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estadio_Roberto_Natalio_Carminatti
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0c75_f
  • Type: Thing, Place, StadiumOrArena
  • Result Score: 41.77

Estadio 23 de Agosto

Stadium in San Salvador de Jujuy, Argentina

  • Desc: Estadio 23 de Agosto, also known as the Estadio La Tacita de Plata, is a multi-use stadium in San Salvador de Jujuy, Argentina. It is currently used primarily for football matches and is the home stadium of Gimnasia y Esgrima de Jujuy. It is named after the day of the 1812 Jujuy Exodus. The stadium holds 23,200 people and was built in 1973.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estadio_23_de_Agosto
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0c75zr
  • Type: Thing, StadiumOrArena, Place
  • Result Score: 41.44

Estadio José Dellagiovanna

Stadium in Victoria, Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Desc: Estadio José Dellagiovanna is a multi-use stadium in Victoria, Argentina. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 26,282 people and was built in 1936. It is used as the home of Club Atlético Tigre. In 2006, work was finished to convert the remaining wood stands to cement.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estadio_Jos%C3%A9_Dellagiovanna
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0bqqs0
  • Type: StadiumOrArena, Thing, Place
  • Result Score: 41.36
José Varacka

José Varacka

Argentine soccer player

Carlos Timoteo Griguol

Carlos Timoteo Griguol

Argentine soccer player

  • Desc: Carlos Timoteo Griguol is an Argentine football coach and former player, who played as a midfielder. His playing career was spent with Atlanta and Rosario Central. As a coach, after winning the championship with Rosario Central in 1973. He had three spells and a successful career in the Rosario's club.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carlos_Timoteo_Griguol
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0gdgpy
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 40.70

Estadio Monumental José Fierro

Stadium in San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina

Juan José Tramutola

Soccer manager

José Della Torre

José Della Torre

Argentine soccer player

Leonardo Astrada

Argentine football manager

Ángel Cappa

Argentine soccer manager

2006 South American Women's Football Championship

Tournament

Aldosivi

Soccer club

Antonio Campilongo

Argentine soccer player

Renato Cesarini

Renato Cesarini

Argentine-Italian soccer player

  • Desc: Renato Cesarini was an Italian Argentine football player and coach, who also played for Juventus in Italy as midfielder or as a forward. He was a dual international footballer and played both for Argentina and Italy.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renato_Cesarini
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/02rfnfh
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 36.70

1998 South American Women's Football Championship

Tournament

José Amalfitani Stadium

José Amalfitani Stadium

Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Luis Cubilla

Luis Cubilla

Uruguayan soccer player

  • Desc: Luis Alberto Cubilla Almeida was a Uruguayan football player and coach. He had a successful playing career winning 16 major titles. He then went on to become one of the most successful managers in South American football with 17 major titles.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luis_Cubilla
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0b2h53
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 36.09
Estadio Ciudad de Lanús – Néstor Díaz Pérez

Estadio Ciudad de Lanús – Néstor Díaz Pérez

Stadium in Remedios de Escalada, Argentina

Alfio Basile

Alfio Basile

Argentine football coach

  • Desc: Alfio Basile, nicknamed Coco, is an Argentine football coach and former player. He played for Racing Club de Avellaneda and Huracán before becoming a manager.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfio_Basile
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0715w7
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 35.80

1999 South American U-20 Championship

Tournament

Estadio Gigante de Arroyito

Estadio Gigante de Arroyito

Stadium in Rosario, Argentina

Carlos Babington

Carlos Babington

Soccer manager

Juan José Pizzuti

Juan José Pizzuti

Argentine soccer manager

Juan José López

Argentine soccer manager

Roberto Cherro

Roberto Cherro

Argentine soccer player

Sergio Batista

Sergio Batista

Argentine football manager

  • Desc: Sergio Daniel "Checho" Batista is an Argentine football manager and former international player. As a footballer he played as a midfield for Argentinos Juniors, River Plate, Nueva Chicago, Tosu Futures and All Boys.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergio_Batista
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0db9sk
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 33.65
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