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ITALY 1938 WORLD CHAMPION
Standing: Biavati, Pozzo (Manager), Piola, Ferrari and Colaussi.
Bended: Locatelli, Meazza, Foni, Olivieri, Rava, Andreolo and Serantoni (Sitting in the middle).



MANAGER: Vittorio POZZO


GOALKEEPERS:

Aldo OLIVIERI
Guido MASETTI
Carlo CERESOLI

DEFENDERS:

Alfredo FONI
Pietro RAVA
Eraldo MONZEGLIO

MIDFIELDERS:

Pietro SERANTONI
Michele ANDREOLO
Ugo LOCATELLI
Renato OLMI
Aldo DONATI
Mario GENTA
Mario PERAZZOLO

FORWARDS:

Amedeo BIAVATI
Giuseppe MEAZZA
Silvio PIOLA
Giovanni FERRARI
Gino COLAUSSI
Bruno CHIZZO
Sergio BERTONI
Pietro FERRARIS
Pietro PASINATI


2-3-5 FORMATION - METODO:


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GK OLIVIERI
CB FONI
CB RAVA
DMF SERANTONI
DMF ANDREOLO
DMF LOCATELLI
SS/AMF MEAZZA
SS/AMF FERRARI
RWF BIAVATI
LWF COLAUSSI
CF PIOLA

Captain: Giuseppe Meazza
Short Free Kick: -
Long Free Kick: -
Free Kick 2: -
Left Corner: Gino Colaussi
Right Corner: Amedeo Biavati
Penalty: Giuseppe Meazza


HOME, AWAY & GOALKEEPER JERSEYS:

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Wed Dec 11, 2013 1:28 pm
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I wanna believe people who are saying old classic football has by no means to suffer the comparison with modern football, but when I see this I got hard times to get their point... It was kinda all slow mo' :mrgreen:


Sun Nov 23, 2014 10:44 am
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MagicDip wrote:


I wanna believe people who are saying old classic football has by no means to suffer the comparison with modern football, but when I see this I got hard times to get their point... It was kinda all slow mo' :mrgreen:

I get you point...but if you are talking about the stats, only i find very weird players with high amount of RES, STA, SPS, LPS, & MEN... I had no personal issue with classic football, (i love CF) or those classic players; but having players from mid'50 to 1895 with orange, red values in RES is not the way to properly rate classic players, Besides, PES is made for modern era, That's why some PES Shop players are with some crappy value in STA like Mathews...


Sun Nov 23, 2014 11:19 pm
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Don't get me wrong, I don't have any issue with classic football, I rather watch classic games than any live game but I like to be realistic as well. I just don't understand people that would deny some obvious things when you got several evidences like the vid I posted above. If they eyes can't convince them then nothing else will.


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Updated.


Mon Mar 23, 2015 9:51 am
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Bruno Chizzo is a MIDFIELDER not a FORWARD


Tue Mar 24, 2015 9:16 am
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Chizzo is described as an "Interno" or "Mezzala" which means inside forward if I'm not mistaken (SS/AMF in the game or CMF if he was a more balanced/defensive player, which I believe he was considering his scoring ratio for example). Thus he should be considered as a forward. Back then the only midfielders were the center half and wing halves, all the other players upfront were forwards. In the Metodo the inside forwards used the play deeper in the fied like attacking midfielders (a concept that didn't exist then), they were nonetheless forwards.

That's my opinion on the subject though, if other people believe he should be among the midfielders then I can move him there.


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formation is 2-3-5/2-3-2-3.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Formati ... n_football)


Sat Jan 07, 2017 9:59 am
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It is already mentioned in the formation above.


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I think that Ferrari was more a AMF than a SS.

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