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Luigi Ferrero

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Luigi Ferrero
Full nameLuigi Ferrero
Date of birth(1904-12-26)December 26, 1904
Place of birthTurin, Italy
Date of deathOctober 30, 1984(1984-10-30) (aged 79)
Place of deathTurin, Italy
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1921–1926Juventus47(2)
1926–1927Libertas Lucca16(8)
1927–1930Pistoiese75(23)
1930–1932Ambrosiana-Inter40(11)
1932–1937Bari133(35)
1937–1940Torino50(11)
Teams managed
1939–1940Torino
1940–1941Bari
1941–1943Pescara
1945–1947Torino
1947–1951Fiorentina
1951–1952Lucchese
1952–1954Atalanta
1954Hellas Verona
1955–1956Lazio
1957Inter
1959Fiorentina
1960–1961SPAL
1963–1964Prato
1967–1968Fiorentina

Luigi Ferrero (December 26, 1904, Turin – October 30, 1984, Turin) was an Italian football manager and former player from Turin. As a player he spent time with some of the top clubs in his country such as Inter and others.[1]

Honours

  • Italian champion 1925/26.

References



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