Antonio Busini

Antonio Busini
Personal information
Date of birth(1904-07-05)July 5, 1904
Place of birthPadua, Italy
Date of deathAugust 20, 1975(1975-08-20) (aged 71)
Place of deathRiccione, Italy
Height1.69 m (5 ft 6 12 in)
Playing positionMidfielder
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1920–1927Padova117(46)
1927–1931Bologna102(44)
1931–1933Fiorentina58(5)
1933–1934Padova30(6)
1934–1937Sampierdarenese63(8)
1937Milan0(0)
1938Seregno
National team
1929 Italy1(0)
Teams managed
1940–1941Milan (tech. director)
1945–1947Milan (tech. director)
1948–1954Milan (tech. director)
1951Italy (tech. commissioner)
1957–1958Roma (assistant)
1959–1960Genoa
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Antonio Busini (born July 5, 1904 in Padua; died August 20, 1975 in Riccione) was an Italian professional football player, coach and official.

He played for 8 seasons (196 games, 31 goals) in the Serie A for Bologna F.C. 1909, ACF Fiorentina, Calcio Padova and Sampierdarenese.

He played his only game for the Italy national football team on April 28, 1929 in a game against Germany.

His two older brothers (including the oldest Federico Busini) played football professionally. To distinguish them, Federico was referred to as Busini I and Antonio as Busini III.

Honours

As a player

As a technical director

External links

  • Antonio Busini at National-Football-Teams.com
  • International career summary


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