|Date of birth||2 February 1961|
|Place of birth||Peterborough, England|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Genovese began his career with spells at several non-league sides including two spells with Boston United and one with Kettering Town. After a successful trial with Manchester United, he his home town club Peterborough United in 1987, making his debut during a 2–1 victory over Exeter City at London Road. He left the club a year later having made sixteen league appearances, his last appearance for the Posh coming in a 2–0 win over Doncaster Rovers.
He ended his playing career and became a ""Football in the Community officer"" for then Southern League Premier Division side Kettering Town. In 2003, he took over as caretaker-manager of the Poppies, with the mission of keeping the side in the Conference National following their struggle upon their return, Genovese failed this and as the town of Kettering was the nearest to the town of Aldershot, the club were put in the Isthmian League to replace the "Shots" Despite this, Genovese was offered the position on a permanent basis, and his first match in charge saw his Kettering side beat Northwood 2–1.
Following a bad run of results, which saw them bowl out of the cup at the last qualifying round of the FA Cup to lower grade Boreham Wood which denied them a place in the first round proper, Genovese left and was later succeeded by Kevin Wilson.
He is currently a Director of "Soccer Star" which is a football academy for Kids.
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