Jorge Fossati

Jorge Fossati


Jorge Fossati

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Jorge Daniel Fossati Lurachi (born 22 November 1952 in Montevideo) is a former football goalkeeper, mainly in Peñarol. While playing at Peñarol, he helped the club win five league titles. He also had spells in Argentina with Independiente and Rosario Central, in Chile with Green Cross Temuco (currently Deportes Temuco) and with Brazilian team Coritiba.

He played for Mandiyú de Corrientes, of Argentina in 1987 and in 1988, and respectively played for Brazilian clubs Avaí in 1989, and Coritiba in 1990.

Titles as a player

Managerial career

After retiring as a player he had spells in charge of River Plate Montevideo Peñarol and Danubio F.C. in Uruguay. He had a spells as manager of Colón de Santa Fe in Argentina, Cerro Porteño in Paraguay and LDU Quito in Ecuador.

He became manager of the Uruguayan national team in 2004. He coached Al-Sadd in Qatar and after winning all four domestic titles with them, was unveiled as the new Qatari national team manager in 2007. In late 2008, it was announced that he would undergo surgery. Subsequently, the Qatar FA ended their cooperation with Fossati, who supposedly needed too long to recover from surgery.

In 2009 Fossati signed with LDU Quito from Ecuador to manage the team for the second time.He helped LDU Quito win the Recopa Sudamericana 2009 matches against Sport Club Internacional de Porto Alegre . LDU Quito won both games of the Recopa...
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