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Renato Ferrarese

Renato Ferrarese was born on January 18, 1918, in Rome.


Renato Ferrarese is second from left, kneeling. Source Wikipedia

He grew up at Lazio and in 1934-35 he won the Roman Boys Championship. He started playing with the first eleven on May 26 1940. And what a debut it was, a derby, resolved by a Flamini goal in the first half. In the 1940-41 season he made 17 appearances between Serie A and Coppa Italia but only five the following season.


In 1942 he signed for Pisa but during 1943-45 he moved back to Rome and played for Lazio in the Roman Championships. The Biancocelesti won the first one of 1943-44 and came second in 1944-45.


After the war he moved to Nocera Inferiore and played for Nocerina until 1950.


He died in Rome on February 27, 1981.


Ferrarese made 35 appearances for Lazio: 20 in Serie A, 3 in Coppa Italia, 8 in the Roman War Championship and 4 in the City of Rome trophy. He was a good backup defender.


Lazio Career

Season

Total appearances

Serie A

Coppa Italia

Roman War Championship

Other competitions

1939-40

1

1

-

-

-

1940-41

17

14

3

-

-

1941-42

5

5

-

-

-

1943-44

4

-

-

4


1944-45

8

-

-

4

4

Total

35

20

3

8

4

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