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Oscar Langone
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Personal information
Full nameOscar Langone
Date of birth (1958-03-30) 30 March 1958 (age 59)
Place of birthBuenos Aires, Argentina

Oscar Langone was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He was kicking a ball around as soon as he started walking, and the streets of Buenos Aires became his playground. He went on to play professional football for Club Athletico Banfield in Argentina’s Primera Division before migrating to Australia with his Family in 1977.

Club career

He then spent the part of the early 1980’s and 1990’s playing in Australia’s National Soccer league. Oscars coaching career began in 1994 where he was employed by Capitol Football Canberra to look after their junior representative teams. He was quickly recognised as an outstanding, coach, leader and mentor and within short time frame was promoted as head coach for Canberra City FC. He then spent the next 9 years successful y managing some of the top state premier football clubs, Academies and representative teams before getting his international break in 2005 where he was hired by the Football Federation Australia under the guidance of the FFA technical director and Head Coach Guss Hiddink for Australia’s 2005 World Cup Qualifying campaign

Coach career

  • 2010 Gold Coast United. Hyundai “A” League- Match Analysis
  • 2009 Gold Coast United. Hyundai “A” League- Match Analysis
  • 2008 Gold Coast Soccer. Representative Coach
  • 2007 Musgrave Soccer Club. Gold Coast Premier League.Head Coach
  • 2006 Musgrave Soccer Club. Gold Coast Premier League.Head Coach
  • 2005 Football Federation of Australia. Scouting in South
  • America for the 2006 world cup qualifier under the guidance of Guss Hiddink
Matches analysed 2005 South American qualifiers:

- Paraguay vs Chile - Paraguay vs Argentina - Paraguay vs Ecuador - Paraguay vs Venezuela - Argentina vs Uruguay

  • 2004 Belconnen Blue Devils. N.S.W. Premier League.
  • 2003 Belconnen Blue Devils. N.S.W. Premier League.
  • 2001 Belconnen United. Capital Football league. Head Coach
  • 2000. Belconnen United .Capital Football League. Head Coach
  • 1999 Majura Junior Club. Capital Football. Head Coach
  • 1998 Majura Junior club. Capital football. Head Coach
  • 1997 Canberra City Football Club. Head Coach
  • 1996 Canberra City Football club. Head Coach
  • 1995 Capitol Football, Representative Coach
  • 1994 Capitol Football. Representative Coach
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