|Full name||Martín Alejandro Cardetti|
|Date of birth||22 October 1975|
|Place of birth||Río Cuarto, Argentina|
|Height||1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)|
|Mushuc Runa (Manager)|
|2002–2003||Paris Saint-Germain FC||21||(7)|
|2006||Gimnasia de La Plata||8||(2)|
|2007–2008||Colón de Santa Fe||28||(4)|
|2010–2014||Boston River (assistant)|
|2015–2016||Uruguay de Coronado|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
He played professional club football in Argentina, Spain, France, Mexico, Uruguay and Colombia.
In 1998 Cardetti moved to Spain to play for UD Salamanca but it did not work out for him and he returned to River Plate in 1999. He won a further three titles with River Plate before trying his luck in European football for a second time.
Paris Saint-Germain FC signed Cardetti in 2002, but his spell in France only lasted one season. He moved to Real Valladolid in 2003 and back to Argentina to join Racing Club in 2005. Later in 2005 Cardetti played for Mexican UNAM Pumas but he returned to Argentina once again to play for Gimnasia de La Plata.
During the 2007 January transfer window Cardetti joined Deportivo Cali. After a slow season start, Martin has shown all his potential as key player, becoming MVP during last semifinal game, in which Deportivo Cali beat Boyacá Chicó.
After only a few months with Deportivo Cali Cardetti returned to Argentina to play for Colón de Santa Fe.
Titles and awardsEdit
|1995||Rosario Central||Copa Conmebol|
|Apertura 1997||River Plate||Primera Division Argentina|
|1997||River Plate||Supercopa Sudamericana|
|Apertura 1999||River Plate||Primera Division Argentina|
|Clausura 2000||River Plate||Primera Division Argentina|
|Apertura 2001||River Plate||Primera División Argentina top scorer: 16 goals|
|Clausura 2002||River Plate||Primera Division Argentina|
- Uruguay de Coronado presentó a Martín Cardetti como su nuevo entrenador - Nación (in Spanish)