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Mario Varglien

Mario Varglien
Personal information
Full nameMario Varglien
Date of birth(1905-12-26)26 December 1905
Place of birthFiume, Austria-Hungary
Date of death11 August 1978(1978-08-11) (aged 72)
Height1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)
Playing positionDefensive Midfielder
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
192?-2?U.S. Fiumana
192?-27Pro Patria
1927-42Juventus F.C.[1][2]353(17)
1943-44U.S. Triestina11(0)
National team
1935Italy[3]1(0)
Teams managed
1946-1947Triestina
1948-1951Como
1951-1952Pro Patria
1952-54Roma
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* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Mario Varglien (26 December 1905 - 11 August 1978) also known as Varglien I was an Italian football player born in Fiume (today Rijeka). He played club football for Juventus, winning five Serie A championships, he was also part of the Italian national football team which won the 1934 World Cup.

His brother, Giovanni Varglien also played football in Italy.

Honours

Club

International

References

Preceded by
Luis Monti
Juventus F.C. captains
1938-1942
Succeeded by
Pietro Rava

Template:Italy Squad 1934 World Cup


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