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Dino Ballacci

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Dino Ballacci
Full nameDino Ballacci
Date of birth(1924-05-24)24 May 1924
Place of birthBologna, Italy
Date of death6 August 2013(2013-08-06) (aged 89)
Playing positionDefender
Youth career
Bologna
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1945–1957Bologna306(8)
1957–1958Lecco28(1)
1958–1959Portogruaro27(0)
National team
1953–1954Italy B team2(0)
1954Italy1(0)
Teams managed
1964–1965Reggiana
1965–1966Catanzaro
1966–1967Catania
1967–1968Prato
1969–1970Catanzaro
1970–1973Arezzo
1973–1974Alessandria
1974–1976Pistoiese
1976–1978Arezzo
1980Anconitana
1980–1982Alessandria
1985–1986Aesernia
1988Alessandria

Dino Ballacci (24 May 1924 – 6 August 2013) was an Italian footballer and manager.

Biography

Career

During his football career he became one of the most representative players of Bologna F.C. in the Fifties. He played more than 300 matches in rossoblù.[1]

In 1954 he played with Italy national team in the World Cup qualification match won 5–1 against Egypt national.[2]

Coach

As a coach, he led Catanzaro to a Coppa Italia final in 1966; he gained a promotion to Serie B with Alessandria (1973), a promotion in Serie C with Pistoiese (1974) and another promotion in Serie C1 again with Alessandria (1981).[3]

He retired in 1988.

Death

Ballacci died on 6 August 2013.

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