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Roberto Trotta (born 28 January 1969 in Pigüé) is an Argentine football manager and former defender. Trotta played club football in Argentina, Spain, Italy, Mexico and Ecuador. During his time in the Argentine Primera he set the record for the highest number of red cards ever with 17. Trotta was a member of several championship winning teams, the highlight of his career was helping Vélez Sársfield to win the 1994 Copa Libertadores. Trotta has worked as a manager, including a spell as manager of Almagro in 2007.

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  • Roberto Luis Trotta (Pigüé, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 23 de enero de 1969) es un exfutbolista y entrenador de fútbol argentino. En su época de jugador se desempeñaba como defensa. Fue ayudante de Diego Armando Maradona en el Al Wasl F. C. de los Emiratos Árabes Unidos hasta que fue despedido por el mismo Maradona. Posteriormente, dirigió al C. A. Sarmiento de la Primera B Nacional argentina entre los meses de junio y septiembre de 2014.
  • Roberto Trotta (* 28. Januar 1969 in Pigüé, Argentinien) ist ein argentinischer Fußballtrainer und ehemaliger Fußballspieler. Der für seine Härte bekannte Abwehrspieler brachte es in seiner von 1987 bis 2005 dauernden Profikarriere auf 21 Platzverweise allein in argentinischer Liga und Pokal, ein bisher unübertroffener Wert.
  • Roberto Trotta, né le 28 janvier 1969 à Pigüé (Argentine), est un footballeur argentin, qui évoluait au poste de défenseur à Estudiantes, au Vélez Sarsfield, à l'AS Rome, à River Plate, au Racing Club, au Sporting Gijón, à l'Unión de Santa Fé, au CF Atlante, au CF Puebla et au Barcelona SC ainsi qu'en équipe d'Argentine. Trotta ne marque aucun but lors de ses trois sélections avec l'équipe d'Argentine en 1995.
  • Roberto Trotta (born 28 January 1969 in Pigüé) is an Argentine football manager and former defender. Trotta played club football in Argentina, Spain, Italy, Mexico and Ecuador. During his time in the Argentine Primera he set the record for the highest number of red cards ever with 17. Trotta was a member of several championship winning teams, the highlight of his career was helping Vélez Sársfield to win the 1994 Copa Libertadores. Trotta has worked as a manager, including a spell as manager of Almagro in 2007.
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