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József Viola

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József Viola
Date of birth(1896-06-10)10 June 1896
Place of birthKomarom, Hungary
Date of death18 August 1949(1949-08-18) (aged 53)
Place of deathBologna, Italy
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1919-20Törekves
1921-22RSV Berlin
1922-23CS Firenze[1]
1923-24Spezia
1924-27Juventus[2]56(4)
1928-29Internazionale
1929-30Juventus21(0)
1930-31Atalanta18(0)
National team
1920Hungary1(0)
Teams managed
1927-29Juventus
1928-29Internazionale
1930-33Atalanta
1933-34Milan
1934-36Vicenza
1936-39Lazio
1938-40Milan
1938-39Spezia
1940-41Livorno
SPAL
1945-46Genoa
1946-47Bologna
1947-48Como

József Viola (10 June 1896 - 18 August 1949) also known as Giuseppe Viola was a Hungarian football player and coach, most prominent for his time in Italy and his association with clubs such as Juventus.

Coaching history

  • 1927-29 Juventus
  • 1930-33 Atalanta BgS Bergamo
  • 1933-35 Milan AC Milano
  • 1935-36 AC Vicenza (III.Div.)
  • 1936-37 SS Lazio Roma
  • 1938-39 Spezia FC (technical director) and Milan AC Milano (simultaneously!)
  • 1939-40 Milano AC
  • 1940-41 US Livorno
  • then Spal Ferrara
  • then Bologna
  • 1947-48 Como FC (rep.)

Honours

Player

References

  1. ^ Acted as player coach
  2. ^ József Viola's statistics at Juventus - MyJuve.it]