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Nicolás Burdisso
Nicolas Burdisso
Personal information
Full name Nicolás Andrés Burdisso
Date of birth 12 April 1981 (1981-04-12) (age 39)
Place of birth    Altos de Chipión, Flag of Argentina Argentina
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Playing position Defender
Club information
Current club Flag of Argentina Boca Juniors (sports director)
Youth clubs
1997–1999 Flag of Argentina Boca Juniors
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1999–2004
2004–2009
2009–2014
2014–2017
2017–2018
Total
Flag of Argentina Boca Juniors
Flag of Italy Internazionale
Flag of Italy Roma
Flag of Italy Genoa
Flag of Italy Torino
078 00(3)
120 00(4)
115 00(6)
093 00(1)
024 00(0)
419 0(17)   
National team
2003–2011 Flag of Argentina Argentina 049 00(2)
Teams managed
2018– Flag of Argentina Boca Juniors

Nicolás Andrés Burdisso (born 12 April 1981) is an Argentine football manager and former professional footballer who played as a centre back. He is currently the manager of Argentine Primera División club Boca Juniors.

He began his career with Boca Juniors. Here, he won Argentine Championships, three Copa Libertadores and two Intercontinental Cups. In 2004, he was sold to Italian club Inter Milan, winning four Serie A titles, a Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana. In 2009, he moved to Roma, and later Genoa and Torino.

A former Argentina international, he made 49 appearances since his debut in 2003. He was selected for two FIFA World Cups and two Copa Americas and was part of the team which won Gold at the 2004 Summer Olympics.

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Boca Juniors
Boca Juniors squad - 2014-15

1. Orión 2. Díaz 3. Luciano Fabián Monzón 4. Peruzzi 5. Gago 6. Torsiglieri 7. Martínez 8. Pérez 9. Gigliotti 10. Lodeiro 11. Carrizo 12. Trípodi 13. Rolín 14. Pavón 15. Marín 16. Castellani 17. Meli 18. Colazo 19. Bravo 20. Cubas 21. Erbes 22. Magallán 23. Osvaldo 24. Burdisso 25. Chávez 26. Fuenzalida 27. Calleri 29. Vadalá 30. Betancur 31. Sara 32. Cristaldo 33. Komar 34. Palacios

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Flag of Argentina Argentina
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Argentina – 2006 FIFA World Cup - Quarter-finals

1. Abbondanzieri 2. Ayala 3. Sorín (c) 4. Coloccini 5. Cambiasso 6. Heinze 7. Saviola 8. Mascherano 9. Crespo 10. Riquelme 11. Tevez 12. Franco 13. Scaloni 14. Palacio 15. Milito 16. Aimar 17. Cufré 18. Rodríguez 19. Messi 20. Cruz 21. Burdisso 22. González 23. Ustari

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Argentina – 2007 Copa América

1. Abbondanzieri 2. Ayala (c) 3. Díaz 4. Ibarra 5. Gago 6. Heinze 7. Palacio 8. Zanetti 9. Crespo 10. Riquelme 11. Tevez 12. Carrizo 13. González 14. Mascherano 15. G. Milito 16. Aimar 17. Burdisso 18. Messi 19. Cambiasso 20. Verón 21. D. Milito 22. Orión

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Argentina – 2010 FIFA World Cup - Quarter-finals

1. Pozo 2. Demichelis 3. C. Rodríguez 4. Burdisso 5. Bolatti 6. Heinze 7. Di María 8. Verón 9. Higuaín 10. Messi 11. Tévez 12. Garcé 13. Samuel 14. Mascherano 15. Otamendi 16. Kun Agüero 17. Jonás 18. Palermo 19. Milito 20. M. Rodríguez 21. Andújar 22. Romero 23. Pastore

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Argentina – 2011 Copa América


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