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Bruno Arcari (footballer)

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Bruno Arcari
Date of birth(1915-11-15)15 November 1915
Place of birthCasalpusterlengo, Italy
Date of death10 December 2004(2004-12-10) (aged 89)
Place of deathVarese, Italy
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Playing positionMidfielder
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1932–1933Codogno
1933–1939Livorno126(53)
1939–1940Genova 189321(11)
1940–1941Milano24(5)
1941–1942Bologna19(4)
1942–1943Brescia8(2)
1943–1944Cremonese14(2)
1944–1945Milano19(8)
1945–1948Bologna89(19)
1948–1949Reggiana22(6)
1949–1952ArsenalTaranto62(6)
1952–1953Piacenza6(0)
1953–1954Gallaratese
National team
194923x15px Italy1(0)
Teams managed
1954–1955Milan (assistant)
Monza
1960–1961Messina
1961–1962Catanzaro
1962–1963Lucchese
1964–1965Parma
1966–1969Varese
1969–1971Piacenza

Bruno Arcari (born 15 November 1915 in Casalpusterlengo; died 10 December 2004 in Varese) was an Italian footballer and coach.

He played for 9 seasons (197 games, 42 goals) in the Serie A for A.S. Livorno Calcio, Genova 1893, Milano and Bologna F.C. 1909.

He played his only game for the Italy national football team on 3 March 1940 in a game against Switzerland.

His older brothers Carlo Arcari, Angelo Arcari and Pietro Arcari all played football professionally. To distinguish them, Carlo was referred to as Arcari I, Angelo as Arcari II, Pietro as Arcari III and Bruno as Arcari IV.

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Preceded by
Antonio Bortoletti
Milan captain
1940–1941
Succeeded by
Giuseppe Meazza



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