Height 1.85 m
Role Football player
Name Aldo Bet
|Date of birth (1949-03-26) March 26, 1949 (age 66)|
Similar People Antonio Rigamonti, Walter De Vecchi, Giorgio Morini, Aldo Maldera, Ruben Buriani
Place of birth Mareno di Piave, Italy
Aldo Bet (born 26 March 1949 in Mareno di Piave) is a retired Italian professional footballer who played as a defender. An old-fashioned stopper, he was a sturdy and physically imposing defender, who was known for his tenacious man marking of opposing players.
An Inter youth product, Bet was later promoted to the senior squad, before manager Helenio Herrera brought him to Roma, where he made his breakthrough, winning a Coppa Italia, and also earning a call-up to play for the Italy national football team. After five seasons with Roma, and one with Verona, he joined A.C. Milan in the summer of 1974. He was usually paired alongside a sweeper in the team's defence: first Maurizio Turone, and later a young Franco Baresi; he won a second Coppa Italia with Milan, and was a member of the team that won club's tenth league title in 1979.