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Ottavio Barbieri

Ottavio Barbieri
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Full nameOttavio Barbieri
Date of birth10 April 1899[1]
Place of birthGenoa, Italy
Date of death28 December 1949(1949-12-28) (aged 50)
Playing positionRight Midfielder
Senior career*
National team
Teams managed
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Ottavio Barbieri (10 April 1899 – 28 December 1949) was an Italian association football midfielder and manager from Genoa. As a player he was a one club man and spent his entire career at hometown side Genoa. As a manager, in 1933/1934 season he led L'Aquila Calcio, winning 1st Division Championship and bringing the team in serie B for the 1st time. Then, Barbieri worked with Atalanta in serie B since 1936 to 1938, before coming back to Genoa in 1939.

On the international level, Barbieri most notably represented Italy at the 1924 Summer Olympics.



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