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Franco Carradori

Franco Carradori was born in Rome on April 24 1934.

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He started his career in the Lazio youth teams and in 1954 was loaned to Palermo in Serie B where he did quite well appearing in 28 games and scoring three goals.


In 1955 he was back at Lazio. With the Biancocelesti he played six seasons. He was a very good midfielder, excellent technique and fast. He was able to cover the entire midfield thanks to continuous movement and was a specialist at throw ins. With Lazio he won a Coppa Italia in 1958 and played 147 games in Serie A (9 goals) and 16 in Coppa Italia (3 goals). He also won two reserves championships in 1952-53 and 1955-56.


In 1961 he signed for Brescia in Serie B and a year later was at Formia. He ended his career in 1964 at Trani.


He later went to be manager for Lazio youth teams and quite a number of teams in minor leagues.


He died in Rome on August 26, 2004.


Lazio career

Season

Total appearances (goals)

Serie A

Coppa Italia

1955-56

10 (1)

10 (1)

-

1956-57

21 (1)

21 (1)

-

1957-58

31 (1)

25 (1)

6

1958-59

36 (3)

32 (3)

4

1959-60

28 (3)

27 (2)

1 (1)

1960-61

37 (3)

32 (1)

5 (2)

Total

163 (12)

147 (9)

16 (3)

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