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Carlo Bigatto

Carlo Bigatto
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Carlo Bigatto (29 August 1895–1942) was an Italian football player and coach from Balzola in the Province of Alessandria. He played club football for Juventus and played for the Italian national football team five times.

Bigatto returned to Juventus in a managerial role during the latter part of the 1934–35 season in which Juventus won the league over Inter by two points; he shared this role with Benè Gola before Virginio Rosetta took over the following year.






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Preceded by
'new creation'
Juventus F.C. captains
Succeeded by
Virginio Rosetta

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