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Pietro Pasinati

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Pietro Pasinati

Pietro Pasinati (21 July 1910 – 15 November 2000) was an Italian football (soccer) striker, and later manager.

Pasinati was born in Trieste.[1]

During his career he played for Triestina (1927–1939 and 1941–1946), A.C. Milan (1939–40), Novara Calcio (1940–41), Cremonese in Serie B (1946–48), and San Giovanni Trieste, in the third division (1948–49). With Triestina he played 256 Serie A matches.

For Italy he got 10 international caps, scored 1 goal and won the 1938 FIFA World Cup, playing one match in the first round against Norway.

He coached Ponziana, Sambenedettese, Salernitana, Triestina, Catanzaro and Empoli. He died at 90 years old.


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