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Marcelo Daniel Gallardo (American Spanish: [maɾˈselo ɣaˈʝaɾðo]; born 18 January 1976) is an Argentine former footballer and current manager of River Plate. He played as an attacking midfielder in the role of playmaker and represented Argentina in two FIFA World Cups. He is the most successful coach in River Plate's history.

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  • Marcelo Daniel Gallardo (American Spanish: [maɾˈselo ɣaˈʝaɾðo]; born 18 January 1976) is an Argentine former footballer and current manager of River Plate. He played as an attacking midfielder in the role of playmaker and represented Argentina in two FIFA World Cups. He is the most successful coach in River Plate's history.
  • Marcelo Daniel Gallardo (American Spanish: [maɾˈselo ɣaˈʝaɾðo]; born 21 January 1976) is an Argentine former footballer and current manager of River Plate. He played as an attacking midfielder in the role of playmaker and represented Argentina in two FIFA World Cups. He is the most successful coach in River Plate's history.
  • Marcelo Daniel Gallardo (American Spanish: [maɾˈselo ɣaˈʝaɾðo]; born 21 January 1976) is an Argentine former footballer and current manager of River Plate. He played as an attacking midfielder in the role of playmaker and represented Argentina in two FIFA World Cups. He is the most successful coach in River Plate's history.Parientes =Alejandra Larrosa (Esposa)Benjamín Gallardo (Hijo)Matías Gallardo (Hijo)Santino Gallardo (Hijo)Ana María Maidana (Madre) Máximo Gallardo (Padre)Ezequiel Gallardo (sobrino)Carolina Gallardo (Hermana)Nahuel Gallardo (Hijo)
  • {{Infobox football biography| name = Marcelo Gallardo| image = Palestino - River Plate 20190424 32.jpg| image_size = 200| caption = Gallardo in 2019| fullname = Marcelo Daniel Gallardo| birth_date = 18 January 1976| birth_place = Merlo, Buenos Aires, Argentina| height = 1.65 m| currentclub = [[Club Deportivo Guadalajara][Chivas] (manager)| clubnumber = | position = Attacking midfielder| years1 = 1993–1999| clubs1 = River Plate| caps1 = 109| goals1 = 18| years2 = 1999–2003| clubs2 = Monaco| caps2 = 103| goals2 = 18| years3 = 2003–2006| clubs3 = River Plate| caps3 = 77| goals3 = 25| years4 = 2007–2008| clubs4 = Paris Saint-Germain| caps4 = 22| goals4 = 2| years5 = 2008–2009| clubs5 = D.C. United| caps5 = 15| goals5 = 4| years6 = 2009–2010| clubs6 = River Plate| caps6 = 28| goals6 = 7| years7
  • Marcelo Daniel Gallardo (American Spanish: [maɾˈselo ɣaˈʝaɾðo]; born 18 January 1976) is an Argentine football coach and former professional player, who is currently manager of River Plate. He started his career in the youth divisions of the former and made his debut in the Argentine Primera División at the age of 17 in 1993. After a 6-year spell, in which he won five local league championships, the 1996 Copa Libertadores and the 1997 Supercopa Libertadores, he transferred to France's Ligue 1 AS Monaco FC, where he would be named French League Footballer of the Year in 2000. He also represented Argentina in two FIFA World Cups, with his performance being affected by injuries in both.
  • Marcelo Daniel Gallardo (American Spanish: [maɾˈselo ɣaˈʝaɾðo]; born 18 January 1976) is an Argentine football coach and former professional player who is manager of River Plate. Gallardo began his career in the club's youth divisions, and made his debut in the Argentine Primera División at age 17 in 1993. After a six-year period in which he won five local league championships, the 1996 Copa Libertadores and the 1997 Supercopa Libertadores, he transferred to France's Ligue 1 AS Monaco FC and was named French League Footballer of the Year in 2000. Gallardo represented Argentina in two FIFA World Cups, although his performance was affected by injuries in both.
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  • Marcelo Daniel Gallardo (American Spanish: [maɾˈselo ɣaˈʝaɾðo]; born 18 January 1976) is an Argentine former footballer and current manager of River Plate. He played as an attacking midfielder in the role of playmaker and represented Argentina in two FIFA World Cups. He is the most successful coach in River Plate's history.
  • Marcelo Daniel Gallardo (American Spanish: [maɾˈselo ɣaˈʝaɾðo]; born 21 January 1976) is an Argentine former footballer and current manager of River Plate. He played as an attacking midfielder in the role of playmaker and represented Argentina in two FIFA World Cups. He is the most successful coach in River Plate's history.
  • Marcelo Daniel Gallardo (American Spanish: [maɾˈselo ɣaˈʝaɾðo]; born 21 January 1976) is an Argentine former footballer and current manager of River Plate. He played as an attacking midfielder in the role of playmaker and represented Argentina in two FIFA World Cups. He is the most successful coach in River Plate's history.Parientes =Alejandra Larrosa (Esposa)Benjamín Gallardo (Hijo)Matías Gallardo (Hijo)Santino Gallardo (Hijo)Ana María Maidana (Madre) Máximo Gallardo (Padre)Ezequiel Gallardo (sobrino)Carolina Gallardo (Hermana)Nahuel Gallardo (Hijo)
  • {{Infobox football biography| name = Marcelo Gallardo| image = Palestino - River Plate 20190424 32.jpg| image_size = 200| caption = Gallardo in 2019| fullname = Marcelo Daniel Gallardo| birth_date = 18 January 1976| birth_place = Merlo, Buenos Aires, Argentina| height = 1.65 m| currentclub = [[Club Deportivo Guadalajara][Chivas] (manager)| clubnumber = | position = Attacking midfielder| years1 = 1993–1999| clubs1 = River Plate| caps1 = 109| goals1 = 18| years2 = 1999–2003| clubs2 = Monaco| caps2 = 103| goals2 = 18| years3 = 2003–2006| clubs3 = River Plate| caps3 = 77| goals3 = 25| years4 = 2007–2008| clubs4 = Paris Saint-Germain| caps4 = 22| goals4 = 2| years5 = 2008–2009| clubs5 = D.C. United| caps5 = 15| goals5 = 4| years6 = 2009–2010| clubs6 = River Plate| caps6 = 28| goals6 = 7| years7 = 2010–2011| clubs7 = Nacional| caps7 = 13| goals7 = 3| totalcaps = 367| totalgoals = 77| nationalyears1 = 1994–2003| nationalteam1 = Argentina| nationalcaps1 = 44| nationalgoals1 = 13| manageryears1 = 2011–2012| managerclubs1 = Nacional| manageryears2 = 2014–| managerclubs2 = River Plate| medaltemplates = |-! colspan="3" style="text-align:center;vertical-align:middle;background-color:#eeeeee;" class="adr" | Representing Argentina |-! colspan="3" style="text-align:center;vertical-align:middle;background-color:#eeeeee;" | Men's Football |-! colspan="3" style="text-align:center;vertical-align:middle;background-color:#cccccc;" | Olympic Games |-| style="text-align:center;vertical-align:middle;" | || style="text-align:center;vertical-align:middle;" | 1996 Atlanta || style="text-align:center;vertical-align:middle;" | Team Competition |-! colspan="3" style="text-align:center;vertical-align:middle;background-color:#cccccc;" | Pan American Games |-| style="text-align:center;vertical-align:middle;" | || style="text-align:center;vertical-align:middle;" | 1995 Mar del Plata || style="text-align:center;vertical-align:middle;" | Team Competition}} Marcelo Daniel Gallardo (American Spanish: [maɾˈselo ɣaˈʝaɾðo]; born 21 January 1976) is an Argentine former footballer and current manager of River Plate. He played as an attacking midfielder in the role of playmaker and represented Argentina in two FIFA World Cups. He is the most successful coach in River Plate's history.
  • Marcelo Daniel Gallardo (American Spanish: [maɾˈselo ɣaˈʝaɾðo]; born 18 January 1976) is an Argentine football coach and former professional player, who is currently manager of River Plate. He started his career in the youth divisions of the former and made his debut in the Argentine Primera División at the age of 17 in 1993. After a 6-year spell, in which he won five local league championships, the 1996 Copa Libertadores and the 1997 Supercopa Libertadores, he transferred to France's Ligue 1 AS Monaco FC, where he would be named French League Footballer of the Year in 2000. He also represented Argentina in two FIFA World Cups, with his performance being affected by injuries in both. During his career as a player, Gallardo played as an attacking midfielder in the role of playmaker. He was regarded for his vision, technique, class, dribbling, and more than anything for his defence splitting passes. After winning the 2010–11 season of the Uruguayan Primera División with Nacional de Montevideo, Gallardo retired as a player to undertake the team's coaching position. He helped Nacional de Montevideo defend their championship the 2011–2012 season and he transferred to River Plate thereafter. Under his command, River Plate would win local championships and get back to the international scene, where they hadn't won a tournament from 1997 to 2014. Having archieved more international tournament championships than the team in its previous history, he's considered one of the most successful coaches in River Plate's history.
  • Marcelo Daniel Gallardo (American Spanish: [maɾˈselo ɣaˈʝaɾðo]; born 18 January 1976) is an Argentine football coach and former professional player, who is currently manager of River Plate. He started his career in the youth divisions of the former and made his debut in the Argentine Primera División at the age of 17 in 1993. After a 6-year spell, in which he won five local league championships, the 1996 Copa Libertadores and the 1997 Supercopa Libertadores, he transferred to France's Ligue 1 AS Monaco FC, where he would be named French League Footballer of the Year in 2000. He also represented Argentina in two FIFA World Cups, with his performance being affected by injuries in both. During his career as a player, Gallardo played as an attacking midfielder in the role of playmaker. He was regarded for his vision, technique, class, dribbling, and more than anything for his defence splitting passes. After winning the 2010–11 season of the Uruguayan Primera División with Nacional de Montevideo, Gallardo retired as a player to undertake the team's coaching position. He helped Nacional de Montevideo defend their championship the 2011–2012 season and he transferred to River Plate thereafter. Under his command, River Plate would win local championships and get back to the international scene, where they hadn't won a tournament from 1997 to 2014. Having achieved more international tournament championships than the team in its previous history, he's considered one of the most successful coaches in River Plate's history.
  • Marcelo Daniel Gallardo (American Spanish: [maɾˈselo ɣaˈʝaɾðo]; born 18 January 1976) is an Argentine football coach and former professional player who is manager of River Plate. Gallardo began his career in the club's youth divisions, and made his debut in the Argentine Primera División at age 17 in 1993. After a six-year period in which he won five local league championships, the 1996 Copa Libertadores and the 1997 Supercopa Libertadores, he transferred to France's Ligue 1 AS Monaco FC and was named French League Footballer of the Year in 2000. Gallardo represented Argentina in two FIFA World Cups, although his performance was affected by injuries in both. During his playing career, Gallardo was an attacking midfielder and playmaker. He was regarded for his vision, technique, class, dribbling, and especially his defence-splitting passing. After topping the 2010–11 Uruguayan Primera División season with Nacional de Montevideo, Gallardo retired as a player to coach the team. He helped Nacional de Montevideo defend their championship the following season before transferring to River Plate. River Plate won local championships under Gallardo and returned to the international scene, where they had not won a tournament from 1997 to 2014. With the most international tournament championships in team history, he is considered River Plate's most successful coach to date.
  • Marcelo Daniel Gallardo (American Spanish: [maɾˈselo ɣaˈʝaɾðo]; born 18 January 1976) is an Argentine football coach and former professional player who is manager of River Plate. Gallardo began his career in the club's youth divisions, and made his debut in the Argentine Primera División at age 17 in 1993. After a six-year period in which he won five local league championships, the 1996 Copa Libertadores and the 1997 Supercopa Libertadores, he transferred to France's Ligue 1 AS Monaco FC and was named French League Footballer of the Year in 2000. Gallardo represented Argentina in two FIFA World Cups, although his performance was affected by injuries in both. During his playing career, Gallardo was an attacking midfielder and playmaker. He was regarded for his vision, technique, class, dribbling, and especially his defence-splitting passing. After topping the 2010–11 Uruguayan Primera División season with Nacional de Montevideo, Gallardo retired as a player to coach the team. He helped Nacional de Montevideo defend their championship the following season before transferring to River Plate. River Plate won local championships under Gallardo and returned to the international scene, where they had not won a tournament from 1997 to 2014. With the most international tournament championships in team history, he is considered River Plate's most successful coach to date. He left River Plate in June 2021 to take over English Premier League Side Everton.
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