Date of birth: 8 October 1957
Playing career: US Cremonese, Atalanta BC, Juventus, Bologna FC
Coaching career: AC Arezzo, FC Crotone, Pisa Calcio, Novara Calcio, Syria, Italy (women)
Famed for his performances at left-back for Juventus and Italy, winning every UEFA club trophy and the World Cup, Cabrini took charge of the women's national team in May 2012, a month before they reached UEFA Women's EURO 2013.
His playing career began at local Serie C club Cremonese before moving to Serie B side Atalanta and then Juve in 1976. Playing more than 300 games over 13 seasons, he helped them win the 1985 European Champion Clubs' Cup and European/South American Cup, the 1977 UEFA Cup, 1984 European Cup Winners' Cup and six Serie A titles. He also played at three World Cups including the 1982 triumph (though he missed a penalty at 0-0 in the final against West Germany), winning 73 caps and scoring nine goals in all and even captaining the Azzurri.
Cabrini retired from playing in 1991 but it was not until 2000 that he took his first coaching role at Serie C1 Arezzo. His other club roles were in the lower divisions, and after a spell outside football, he now has his first job in the women's game.
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