José Carlos Borrello (born 12 September 1955) is an Argentine football manager who is currently the head coach and technical director of the Argentina women's national team. During his tenure as the manager from 1998 to 2012 and since 2017, he has helped women's teams qualify to all three of their Women's World Cups, all three of their Under-20 World Cups and their only Olympic tournament.

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  • José Carlos Borrello (born 12 September 1955) is an Argentine football manager who is currently the head coach and technical director of the Argentina women's national team. During his tenure as the manager from 1998 to 2012 and since 2017, he has helped women's teams qualify to all three of their Women's World Cups, all three of their Under-20 World Cups and their only Olympic tournament. (en)
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  • José Carlos Borrello (born 12 September 1955) is an Argentine football manager who is currently the head coach and technical director of the Argentina women's national team. During his tenure as the manager from 1998 to 2012 and since 2017, he has helped women's teams qualify to all three of their Women's World Cups, all three of their Under-20 World Cups and their only Olympic tournament. (en)
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