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Vittorio Dagianti

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Vittorio Dagianti was born in Rome on May 10, 1919.


Source Lazio Wiki

He was a product of the Lazio youth sector and debuted in Serie A on February 5, 1939 in the game the Biancocelesti lost against Genoa.


He was a good midfield player and in three years made 28 appearances with five goals.


In 1941 he signed for Salernitana in Serie C and a year later returned to Rome but on the wrong side of the Tiber. He became involved in a controversial episode. In a Coppa Italia match against Torino, a brawl broke out between the players and the linesman was kicked in the stomach. The ref accused Amadeo Amadei who would later be banned for life but subsequently let off. The real culprit however was Dagianti. He again played for Roma in the 1945-46 season.


After the war he went back to Salernitana for three years (in his first year the club was promoted to Serie A but immediately relegated the season after) and Napoli for two where he won another promotion to Serie A. He ended his career with Chieti in Serie C.


In the 1970s he was manager of minor Roman teams.


He died on June 4, 1994 in Teramo


Lazio Career

Season

Total appearances (goals)

Serie A

Coppa Italia

1938-39

9 (2)

8 (1)

1 (1)

1939-40

4 (1)

3 (1)

1

1941-42

16 (2)

15 (2)

1

Total

29 (5)

26 (4)

3 (1)

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