Eugenio Bersellini

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Eugenio Bersellini
Personal information
Full name Eugenio Bersellini
Date of birth (1936-06-10)10 June 1936
Place of birth Borgo Val di Taro, Kingdom of Italy
Date of death 17 September 2017(2017-09-17) (aged 81)
Place of death Prato, Italy
Playing position Midfielder
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1954–1955 Fidenza ? (?)
1955–1960 Brescia 98 (19)
1960–1962 Monza 60 (8)
1962–1963 Pro Patria 17 (1)
1963–1966 Monza 70 (5)
1966–1968 Lecce 37 (4)
Teams managed
1969–1971 Lecce
1971–1973 Como
1973–1975 Cesena
1975–1977 Sampdoria
1977–1982 Internazionale
1982–1984 Torino
1984–1986 Sampdoria
1986–1987 Fiorentina
1987–1988 Avellino
1988–1990 Ascoli
1990–1991 Como
1991–1992 Modena
1992–1993 Bologna
1994 Pisa
1995–1996 Saronno
1999 Libya
2001 Al Ahli Tripoli
2002 Al-Ittihad Tripoli
2006 Lavagnese
2006–2007 Sestri Levante
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Eugenio Bersellini (10 June 1936 – 17 September 2017) was an Italian football player and manager.[1][2]

He was nicknamed Il sergente di ferro ("The iron sergeant") because of the very hard training sessions he used to impose to his players.

He coached the Inter side that won the 1979–80 Serie A title and, more significantly, the Sampdoria that won their first ever piece of silverware, the 1984–85 Coppa Italia.

References

  1. ^ "Il ritorno del sergente di ferro" (in Italian). Gazzetta dello Sport.
  2. ^ https://www.football-italia.net/110008/former-inter-boss-bersellini-dies
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