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Sergio Piacentini

Sergio Piacentini was born on July 21, 1920 in Piombino, near Livorno.


Sergio Piacentini is second from left standing. Source Wikipedia

He started playing football with the Torino youth teams and debuted in Serie A on September 17, 1939 in the home game against Milan. He played five seasons in Turin, winning the scudetto in 1942-43 and 1945-46. In 1943-44 he played for Alessandria in the local championship that took the place of Serie A during World War II.

 

After his second championship win, he signed for the newly formed Sampdoria, born out of the merger between Doria and Sampierdarenese. In 1947 he moved to Rome to play for Lazio. He stayed four seasons, appearing in 75 games (73 in Serie A and two in the Latin Cup) with one goal. In his last season in Rome, Lazio arrived fourth under Mario Sperone behind the north Italian giants Juventus, Milan and Inter.

 

He played his last professional year in 1951-52 with the Roman team Chinotto Neri in Serie C.

 

He won one cap with the Italy Under 21's.

 

Piacentini was a strong right back who had quite a successful career. He died in Rome in April 1990.


Lazio Career

Season

Total appearances (goals)

Serie A

Latin Cup

1947-48

26

26

-

1948-49

38 (1)

38 (1)

-

1949-50

11

9

2

Total

75 (1)

73 (1)

2

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