Adriano Lombardi

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Adriano Lombardi
Personal information
Date of birth (1945-08-07)7 August 1945
Place of birth Ponsacco, Italy
Date of death 30 November 2007(2007-11-30) (aged 62)
Place of death Mercogliano, Italy
Playing position Midfielder
Teams managed
Years Team
1983–1985 Chiasso
1985–1986 Derthona
1986–1987 Pontedera
1987–1988 Siena
1989–1990 Avellino
1990–1992 Casertana
1992–1993 Avellino
1993–1994 Giarre
1993–1994 Empoli
1994–1995 Rimini
1995–1996 Benevento
1997 Triestina
1997–1998 Avellino
1998–1999 Casertana
1999–2001 Turris

Adriano Lombardi (7 August 1945 – 30 November 2007), nicknamed il rosso di Ponsacco, was an Italian football player and a football coach, mostly known for his time spent at Avellino.

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He played as a midfielder with many teams, in particular Perugia, Como and Avellino.

In November 2007, at the age of 62, he died of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, in Mercogliano.

In his honour, the number 10 Avellino jersey, worn by Lombardi during his time for the "lupi", has been retired.

On 9 June 2011 Stadio Partenio has been dedicated to Lombardi.[1]

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