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Full name  Giancarlo Galli
Name  Carlo Galli
Years  Team
Playing position  Striker
Height  1.81 m (5 ft 11 in)

Carlo Galli
Date of birth  (1931-03-06) March 6, 1931 (age 84)
Place of birth  Montecatini Terme, Italy

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Giancarlo Galli, commonly known as Carlo Galli (born 6 March 1931 in Montecatini Terme) is an Italian retired footballer who played as a striker.

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Club career

Galli played for 16 seasons (305 games, 111 goals) in the Italian Serie A for U.S. Città di Palermo, A.S. Roma, A.C. Milan, Udinese Calcio, Genoa C.F.C. and S.S. Lazio. He was one of manager Giuseppe "Gipo" Viani's favourite players, and he coached while at both Palermo and Roma, before joining him at Milan in 1956, in exchange for an ageing Gunnar Nordahl. In his five seasons with Milan, Galli won two Serie A titles, and scored 47 goals, including five in a 6–1 home win over Lazio on 13 April 1958 at the San Siro.

International career

At international level, Galli earned 13 caps and scored 5 goals for the Italian national team between 1953 and 1959, and participated in the 1954 FIFA World Cup.

Style of play

A tall and slender player, Galli was known for his acrobatic skills as a forward. Throughout his career he was nicknamed "Carletto", "Testina d'oro" (golden head) and "Esile giunco" (skinny reed).

Club

Milan
  • Serie A: 1956–57, 1958–59
  • Roma
  • Serie B: 1951–52
  • Genoa
  • Serie B: 1961–62
  • Coppa delle Alpi: 1964
  • International

    Italy
  • Coppa del Mediterraneo: 1950–1953
  • Individual

    A.C. Milan Hall of Fame

    References

    Carlo Galli Wikipedia


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