Date of birth
February 19, 1947
Place of birth
1.81 m (5 ft
11 in) 1⁄ 2
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Giorgio Braglia (born February 19, 1947 in Bomporto) is a retired Italian professional football player who played as a midfielder.
Throughout his club career, Braglia played 7 seasons in
Serie A for A.S. Roma, ACF Fiorentina, S.S.C. Napoli, A.C. Milan, and U.S. Foggia, making 99 appearances, and scoring 25 goals in total during his time in the Italian top division. During his time with Napoli, he won the 1975–76 Coppa Italia, scoring a goal in the victorious final; the following season, he won the 1976–77 Coppa Italia with Milan, and was also the top-scorer of the tournament, with 6 goals. 
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Renato Braglia, was also a footballer, and holds the record for most appearances for Modena F.C. with 484 games, the club with which Giorgio began his career in 1967, before leaving for Roma in 1969. 
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