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Mario Magnozzi

Mario Magnozzi
Personal information
Date of birth(1902-03-20)20 March 1902
Place of birthLivorno, Italy
Date of death25 June 1971(1971-06-25) (aged 69)
Place of deathLivorno, Italy
Playing positionStriker
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1921–1930Livorno
1930–1933Milan97(32)
1933–1936Livorno57(11)
National team
1924–1932Italy29(13)
Teams managed
1941–1943Milan
1948–1949Lecce
1952–1953AEK
1954–1956Livorno
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Olympic medal record
Men's Football
Bronze 1928 Amsterdam Team Competition

Mario Magnozzi (Italian pronunciation: [ˈmarjo maɲˈɲɔttsi]; 20 March 1902 – 25 June 1971) was an Italian football (soccer) player who competed in the 1928 Summer Olympics.

Magnozzi was born in Livorno, for whose team he played until 1930. In 1920 Livorno won the Torneo del Sud, after which it was defeated by FC Internazionale (winner of Torneo del Nord) in the final for the Italian overall title. The march finished 3-2 for Internazionale, both Livorno goals scored by Magnozzi. In 1924-1925 he was the top scorer of the Serie A. In 1930 he moved to AC Milan, where he remained until 1932, when he was sold back to Livorno. He remained there until he retired in 1936.

He was a member of the Italian team, which won the bronze medal in the football tournament.

As a football coach, he led Milan, Lecce, AEK and Livorno.

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Preceded by
Alessandro Schienoni
A.C. Milan Captain
1930-1933
Succeeded by
Carlo Rigotti


no:Adolfo Baloncieri
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