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Oronzo Pugliese
Personal information
Date of birth 5 April 1910[1]
Place of birth Turi, Italy
Teams managed
Years Team
1946–1952 Leonzio
1952–1955 Messina
1955–1959 Reggina
1959–1961 Siena
1961–1965 Foggia
1966–1968 Roma
1969 Bologna
1969–1970 Bari
1971 Fiorentina
1973 Bologna
1973–1974 Lucchese
1974–1975 Avellino

Oronzo Pugliese (5 April 1910 – 11 March 1990) was an Italian football manager from Turi in the Province of Bari.

Over the course of his career, Pugliese managed several notable clubs in Italian football, among them were; Roma, Fiorentina and his home province side Bari.

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