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Raffaele Sansone

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Raffaele Sansone
Date of birth20 September 1910
Place of birthMontevideo, Uruguay
Playing positionMidfielder
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1931Peñarol?(?)
1931-44Bologna52(9)
1933-34Peñarol?(?)
1934-44Bologna239(32)
1945-46Napoli1(0)
National team
1932Italy3(0)
Teams managed
1945-46Napoli
1951Bologna
1952-53Bari

Raffaele Sansone (20 September 1910 - 11 September 1994) was an Italo-Uruguayan football player and coach from Montevideo, Uruguay. He played club football most notably for Bologna where he spent over a decade, winning Serie A four times. After that he moved to Napoli where he played one game before retiring, after that he became a manager.[1]

As well as playing for many years at club level, Sansone was also called up by the Italian national football team as an oriundo, he was allowed to play for Italy due to his ancestry, his parents were from Salerno.[2] He turned out for the azzurri a total of three times.

Honours

References

  1. ^ "Sansone Profile". Enciclopedia Del Calcio. Retrieved August 2007. 
  2. ^ Sappino, Marco (2000). Dizionario biografico enciclopedico di un secolo del calcio italiano, Volume 2. Milano: Baldini & Castoldi. ISBN 8-88-0898-62-0. Retrieved 1 June 2015.