Edmondo Fabbri

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Edmondo Fabbri
Personal information
Date of birth (1921-09-16)16 September 1921
Place of birth Castel Bolognese, Italy
Date of death 8 July 1995(1995-07-08) (aged 73)
Place of death Castel San Pietro Terme, Italy
Playing position Winger
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1938–1939 Imola
1939–1940 Forlì
1940–1942 Atalanta
1942–1943 Ambrosiana
1944 Faenza
1945–1946 Inter
1946–1947 Sampdoria
1947–1950 Atalanta
1950–1951 Brescia
1951–1955 Parma
1955–1957 Mantova
Teams managed
1957–1962 Mantova
1962–1966 Italy
1967–1969 Torino
1969–1972 Bologna
1972–1973 Cagliari
1974–1975 Torino
Ternana
Pistoiese
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Edmondo Fabbri (16 November 1921 – 8 July 1995) was an Italian football (soccer) player and coach.

Fabbri was born at Castel Bolognese-

He was the head coach of the Italy national football team from 1962 to 1966, with a record of 18 wins, 6 draws and 5 losses, and led the team in the 1966 FIFA World Cup, where they were eliminated in the first round after surprisingly losing to North Korea.

During his club career he played for Atalanta, Inter Milan, Sampdoria, Brescia and Parma.[1] He also coached Mantova, Torino, Bologna, Ternana, Reggiana and Pistoiese.

He died at Castel San Pietro Terme in 1995.

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