Paolo Bergamo

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Paolo Bergamo

Paolo Bergamo is an Italian former football referee, who was born on April 21, 1943.[1] He is now better known as the former Italian Football Federation (FIGC) referee designator who was implicated in the 2006 Italian football scandal,[2] and who "stepped down" from his position on July 4, 2006.[3]

Bergamo officiated at UEFA Euro 1984, supervising the semifinal between France and Portugal.[4] His additional competitions include qualifiers for the 1982 World Cup,[5] 1986 World Cup,[6] and Euro 1984.[7] He is known to have served as a FIFA referee during the period from 1981[5] to 1985.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Profile (German): Weltfussball.de website.
  2. ^ Ruperto, Cesare; Zoppellari, Mario; Porceddu, Carlo; Lo Piano, Michele; Marziale, Giuseppe; Metitieri, Antonio. "Testo della Decisione Relativa al Comm. Uff. N.1/C - Riunione del 29 Giugno/3-4-5-6-7 Luglio 2006". La Gazzetta dello Sport, July 14, 2006. Retrieved on May 17, 2013.
  3. ^ Resignation as referee designator, FIGC, 2006: People's Daily Online website.
  4. ^ UEFA. "France 3-2 Portugal". June 23, 1984. Retrieved on May 17, 2013.
  5. ^ a b RSSSF. "World Cup 1982 qualifications". Retrieved on May 17, 2013.
  6. ^ a b RSSSF. "World Cup 1986 qualifications". Retrieved on May 17, 2013.
  7. ^ Haisma, Marcel. "European Championship 1984 - Qualifying - Full Details". RSSSF, July 31, 2008. Retrieved on May 17, 2013.