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Anton Powolny

Anton Powolny
Personal information
Date of birth(1899-08-19)19 August 1899
Place of birthVienna, Austria–Hungary
Playing positionStriker
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1916–1921Austria Vienna
1921–1924SC Ober-Sankt Veit
1924Wiener AF
1924–1926Reggiana
1926–1927Inter Milan27(22)
1927–1928Attila FC Miskolc
1928–1929Sabária SC
1929–1931Wiener Sportclub
Teams managed
1931–1935RFK Reichenberg
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Anton Powolny (born 29 August 1899) was an Austrian footballer.

Career

Powolny made his professional debut in 1916 for Austria Vienna, before moving to SC Ober-Sankt Veit in 1921. He moved to Wiener AF in 1924, before signing with Italian side Reggiana just 6 months later. After Reggiana were relegated to Serie B, Powolny moved back to Serie A with Inter Milan, where he became the top scorer in the 1926-1927 Serie A, scoring 22 goals. He later played in Hungary with Attila FC Miskolc and Sabária SC, before returning to Austria with Wiener Sportclub in 1929. He coached Czech side RFK Reichenberg between 1931 and 1935.

External links

  • (Italian) Profile at Inter Archive
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