Alberto Tarantini (born 3 December 1955 in Ezeiza) is an Argentine former football player. He played as a defensive left back early in his career, and later as a wing back. Noted for his technical ability as well as stamina, Tarantini was best known for his fiery temper. He rose through the Boca Juniors youth divisions in the early 1970s, and was noted for his afro hairdo and his large front teeth, which earned him the nickname conejo (\"rabbit\"). Tarantini was part of the under-23 team that won the 1975 Toulon tournament, together with Jorge Valdano, Américo Gallego, and others, with César Menotti as coach. He became the left-back of the Argentina national football team after Jorge Carrascosa left the team (the book El DT del Proceso by Gasparini and Ponsico  claims that the wolf Carrascosa declined to play for the dictatorship). He was also, at 22, the youngest player of that
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