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 Eraldo MONZEGLIO 1930-1938 
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Name: Eraldo Monzeglio


Country: :ITA: Italy
Clubs: Bologna F.C. 1909 (1930-1935), A.S. Roma (1935-1938)
Position: *CB, SB
Side: RF/RS
Age: 24-32 years (05/06/1906)

Height: 173 cm
Weight: 74 kg

Attack: 58
Defence: 88
Balance: 82
Stamina: 80
Top Speed: 84
Acceleration: 81
Response: 81
Agility: 78
Dribble Accuracy: 73
Dribble Speed: 76
Short Pass Accuracy: 75
Short Pass Speed: 69
Long Pass Accuracy: 77
Long Pass Speed: 73
Shot Accuracy: 62
Shot Power: 79
Shot Technique: 61
Free Kick Accuracy: 56
Curling: 60
Header: 81
Jump: 85
Technique: 75
Aggression: 61
Mentality: 85
Keeper Skills: 50
Team Work: 79

Injury Tolerance: B
Condition: 7
Weak Foot Accuracy: 6
Weak Foot Frequency: 5
Consistency: 6
Growth type: Standard

S07 Man Marking
S09 Covering

SPECIAL ABILITIES: Marking - Covering

Attack / Defence Awareness Card: Defence Minded


Eraldo Monzeglio was right back and of the best Italian pre-War defenders. Very fast player, with good acrobatic capacities, man marking skills, elegant player who knew to send solid long ball from the back line. Monzeglio was an elegant full-back, great interpreter of his role in the WM module that was imposed in the early thirties. He started his career in the National Division of the Italian league (Serie A yet) with the mesh of Casale, in 1924. In 1926 he moved to Bologna (9 seasons, 252 matches and 4 goals in 10 league appearances for the Cup over Central Europe), and in 1935 to Rome, where he closed his career in 1939. He played 35 games for the national team crowned World Champion in 1934 (playing 4 games out of 5) and 1938 (tournament in which he played only the first race). On the occasion of the world in Italy, he met and became friends with Benito Mussolini, also becoming a personal trainer of the children. She also played six games with the National B, which debuted April 7, 1929 in the away win against Greece 4-1. In 1941-42 he was hired as technical director of Rome (which he won his first championship that year), and then leave for Russia's military campaign. After the Second World War coached various teams, began with the Como, who took eighth place in Serie B, before moving to Pro Sesto, again in Serie B, for two years that ended the season with a seventh place. In 1949-50 he went to Naples, who coached until 1955-56, becoming the coach who has been the longest consecutively at the head of the Neapolitan team, a record that still stands. From 1958-59 to 1961-62 coached Sampdoria, he returned to Naples in 1962 alongside Bruno Pesaola as a technical director, and then took over in 1963-64 to Paulo Amaral as coach of Juventus. In 1966 and 1973 he coached Chiasso, with a brief interlude in Lecco. He died in Torino at the age of 75 years in 1981.

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