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Sergio Castelletti

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Sergio Castelletti
Full nameSergio Castelletti
Date of birth(1937-12-30)30 December 1937
Place of birthCasale Monferrato, Italy
Date of death28 November 2004(2004-11-28) (aged 66)
Place of deathFlorence, Italy
Playing positionDefender
Youth career
1955Casale
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1956–1958Torino1(0)
1958–1959Vigevano34(0)
1959–1966Fiorentina214(0)
1966–1968Lazio26(0)
1968–1969Massese37(0)
1969–1971Ternana64(0)
National team
1960Italy young1(0)
1959Italy B team2(0)
1958–1962Italy7(0)
Teams managed
1971–1972Empoli
1972–1974Lucchese
1974–1975Alessandria
1975–1976Viareggio
1977–1979Massese
1991–1992Entella

Sergio Castelletti (December 30, 1937 – November 28, 2004) was an Italian professional footballer and manager.

Career

Footballer

As a football, he played several seasons with Fiorentina, winning twice Coppa Italia (1961, 1966), a UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (1961) and a Mitropa Cup(1966).[1]

With team-mate Enzo Robotti, which came from province of Alessandria like Castelletti himself, he formed a strong couple of full-backs, some times even lined up in Italy national team.[2]

Coach

After the end of his footballer career, Castelletti trained Fiorentina youth team, some clubs in Serie B and in lower divisions.[3]

Death

He died in 2004.[4]

References

  1. È morto Sergio Castelletti ex grande terzino della Fiorentina
  2. Stats on FIGC.it
  3. Stampa.it
  4. worldfootball.net