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Aldo Olivieri
Personal information
Full name Aldo Olivieri
Date of birth October 2, 1910(1910-10-02)
Place of birth    San Michele Extra, Italy
Date of death    April 5, 2001 (aged 90)
Place of death    Lido di Camaiore, Italy
Height 1.78m (5ft 10in)
Playing position Goalkeeper
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1929–1933
1933–1934
1934–1938
1938–1942
1942–1943
1943–1946
Hellas Verona
Padova
Lucchese
Torino
Brescia
Viareggio
   
National team
1936–1940 Italy 24 (0)
Teams managed
1950–1952
1952–1953
1953–1955
1958–1959
1959–1960
1967–1968
Inter Milan
Udinese
Juventus
Triestina
Hellas Verona
Casertana

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)

Aldo Olivieri (born October 2, 1910- died April 5, 2001) was a former Italianfootball goalkeeper from 1931 to 1943, and trainer after World War II.

Career

Olivieri was born in San Michele Extra, in the province of Verona.

Nicknamed Ercolino Semprimpiedi ("Always-Standing Little Hercules"), a famous definition of Italian journalist Gianni Brera) he played for Verona, Lucchese and Brescia in Serie B, and Torino in Serie A.[1] For Italy he became World Champion in 1938.

He died in Lido di Camaiore at 90 years old. He was the penultimate survivor of the 1938 winning team squad. The last component who died on November 5, 2006 is defender Pietro Rava.

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