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Piero Pasinati
Pasinati with Italy national team in 1936
Personal information
Full name Pietro Pasinati
Date of birth (1910-07-21)21 July 1910
Place of birth Trieste, Kingdom of Italy
Date of death 15 November 2000(2000-11-15) (aged 90)
Place of death Trieste, Italy
Position(s) Forward
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1928–1939 Triestina 301 (34)
1939–1940 Milano 21 (3)
1940–1941 Novara 29 (6)
1941–1944 Triestina 67 (8)
1946–1948 Triestina 9 (0)
1949–1950 Cremonese 8 (0)
1948–1949 San Giovanni ? (?)
National team
1936–1938 Italy 11 (5)
Teams managed
1946–1947 Cremonese
1950–1951 Ponziana
1952 Padova
1954 Sambenedettese
1955–1957 Triestina
1957–1961 Catanzaro
1961–1962 Crotone
1962 Salernitana
1963 Sambenedettese
1963–1964 Savona
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Piero Pasinati, born Pietro Pasinati (Italian pronunciation: [ˈpjɛː(t)ro paziˈnaːti]; 21 July 1910 – 15 November 2000) was an Italian football player and manager, who played as a striker.

Club career

Pasinati was born in Trieste.[1] During his club career, he played for Italian teams Triestina (1927–1939 and 1941–1946), A.C. Milan (1939–40), Novara Calcio (1940–41), Cremonese in Serie B (1946–48), and San Giovanni Trieste, in the third division (1948–49). With Triestina he played 256 Serie A matches.

International career

With Italy, Pasinati obtained 10 international caps, scoring 1 goal, which came in his only appearance in the team's victorious 1938 FIFA World Cup campaign, which came in the nation's first round match against Norway.

Managerial career

Following his retirement, Pasinati coached Ponziana, Sambenedettese, Salernitana, Triestina, Catanzaro and Empoli.

Honours

International

Italy

References

  1. ^ "Piero Pasinati :: Pietro Pasinati ::".