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Marco Schällibaum

Marco Schällibaum
Schällibaum coaching Montreal Impact in 2013
Personal information
Date of birth (1962-04-06) 6 April 1962
Place of birth Zürich,[1] Switzerland
Height 1.81 m (5 ft 11 12 in)[2]
Playing position Right back
Club information
Current team
Chiasso (manager)
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1980–1985 Grasshopper 105 (2)
1985–1987 FC Basel 58 (5)
1987–1993 Servette FC 187 (1)
1993–1995 FC Luzern 29 (1)
Total 379 (9)
National team
1983–1988 Switzerland 31 (1)
Teams managed
1995–1997 Stade Nyonnais
1999 FC Basel
1999–2003 BSC Young Boys
2003–2004 Servette FC
2005–2006 FC Concordia BS
2006 FC Sion
2007–2008 FC Schaffhausen
2008–2009 AC Bellinzona
2010–2011 FC Lugano
2013 Montreal Impact
2015– Chiasso

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (goals)

Marco Schällibaum (born 6 April 1962) is a Swiss football manager.

Career

Marco Schällibaum is a former Swiss football player and current football coach. He played for Grasshopper Club Zurich, FC Basel, Servette Geneva and FC Luzern.

Playing career

As a player Schällibaum played 15 years in the Swiss first division from 1980 to 1995, playing in over 450 games for various top Swiss clubs and won three league titles. He also appeared in 50 Swiss Cup games, winning the Cup in 1983 with Grasshopper. He also played for the Swiss national football team from 1983 to 1988, making 31 appearances.

Managerial career

Early career

After his career, he worked as an assistant coach at FC Basel. In 1999 he became head coach of BSC Young Boys, with whom he led the 2001 resurgence in the National League A and 2002 in the UEFA Cup. For the 2003/04 season he was coach at Servette Geneva. Later he was the coach at Concordia Basel. In November 2006, he coached FC Sion, but was released in the same month. On 2 April 2007, he signed a contract with the then relegation-threatened FC Schaffhausen. He could not prevent the descent, he remained coach at FC Schaffhausen in the Challenge League. On 28 April 2008 it was announced that he would leave at the end of Schaffhausen 2008/09 season.[3] On 6 June 2008, however, it was announced that he would immediately leave FC Schaffhausen and join AC Bellinzona. On 1 November 2009 he was terminated by Bellinzona FC after a 0–5 home defeat against FC St. Gallen.[4] On 17 May 2010 Marco Schällibaum took over as interim coach at FC Lugano for the Axpo Super League season 2009/10.[5] Following the season Lugano extended his contract for the 2010/11 season. [6] After leaving FC Lugan he was hired as a FIFA coaching instructor in Qatar, Mongolia and South Korea.

Montreal Impact

On 7 January 2013 Schällibaum was named as head coach of Major League Soccer club Montreal Impact,[7] helping the team make the MLS playoffs in only its second season in the league. A late season collapse that saw the team limp into the post season after challenging for the Supporter's Shield (the best record in the league ) at some points during the season saw Schallibaum sacked on 18 December 2013.[8] Schällibaum was suspended four times during the season.[8]

Suspensions during the 2013 season
Suspension no. No. of matches Opponent(s) Ref.
1 1 Columbus Crew [9]
2 1 Columbus Crew [10]
3 1 Toronto FC [11]
4 2 Houston Dynamo [12]
Philadelphia Union

Coaching record

As of 20 January 2014
Team From To Record
G W D L GF GA GD Win % Ref.
Basel 15 May 1999[13] 30 June 1999[13] 4 0 3 1 3 4 −1 00.00 [14]
Young Boys 1 July 1999[15] 30 June 2003[15] 156 65 40 51 257 229 +28 41.67 [16][17]
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Servette 1 July 2003[20] 16 August 2004[20] 45 16 8 21 71 84 −13 35.56 [21]
[22]
Sion 1 November 2006[23] 20 November 2006[23] 3 1 0 2 2 6 −4 33.33 [24]
Schaffhausen 3 April 2007[25] 30 June 2008[25] 48 16 15 17 68 61 +7 33.33 [26]
[27]
Bellinzona 1 July 2008[28] 1 November 2009[28] 62 20 13 29 93 113 −20 32.26 [29]
[30]
Lugano 1 July 2010[31] 30 June 2011[31] 33 22 2 9 64 38 +26 66.67 [32]
Montreal Impact 7 January 2013[7] 18 December 2013[8] 39 15 9 15 58 56 +2 38.46 [33][34]
[35]
Total 390 155 90 145 616 591 +25 39.74

Honors

Manager

Montreal Impact

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External links

  • Marco Schällibaum at Eurosport Australia
  • Marco Schällibaum at Goal.com
  • Marco Schällibaum at National-Football-Teams.com
  • Marco Schällibaum at SoccerPunter.com
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