| Barletta, Italy|
→ Torino (loan)
| (1950-02-15) February 15, 1950 (age 65)|Giuseppe Pavone Wikipedia
Giuseppe Pavone (born February 15, 1950 in Barletta) is a retired Italian professional football player, best famous for having been director of football of Foggia during the club's most successful period, when the Satanelli played in the Serie A in the 1990s under the guidance of head coach Zdeněk Zeman and chairman Pasquale Casillo. He is known for having discovered many of the players of that team, including Giuseppe Signori, Igor Kolyvanov, Roberto Rambaudi, Francesco Baiano and Dan Petrescu.
Born in Barletta, Pavone began playing football with Foggia. He made his Serie A debut against Lazio on 13 December 1970.
He returned at his old job at Foggia in July 2010, after Pasquale Casillo re-bought the Apulian club.