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Ángel Tulio Zof

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Full nameÁngel Tulio Zof
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Ángel Tulio Zof (born July 8, 1928) is a former Argentine footballer and coach.

He played for Rosario Central, Huracán, Atlanta and Quilmes as a left winger.

Internationally, he played for Canada's Toronto F.C., Philadelphia's Ucranian National and New York's Hakoah.

Later, he became the coach of Ledesma de Jujuy, Club Atlético Platense, Atlanta, San Martín (T), Newell's Old Boys, Rosario Central, Los Andes.

As manager of Rosario Central he came second in the Argentine championship in 1970, won the "Nacional" championship in 1980, the 1986/87 championship, and the Copa Conmebol in 1995. He only won the championship in his hometown team of Rosario Central where he managed 525 matches, won 200, drew 186 and lost 137. In December 2006 he logged his 900th game as manager.

He is known affectionately as "Don Ángel" or "El Viejo" (the old one).

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