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Ernesto Matteo Poggi, known as Gino Poggi or Poggi II (born 23 February 1913 in Genoa, died 3 January 1992 in the same town), was an Italian footballer and coach of the 1950s.



Ernesto Matteo Poggi played as a midfielder. Trained at Associazione Calcio La Dominante, he played less than one season before turning professional. He then transferred to Genoa CFC, but didn't play a game.

He then played six seasons at Ginnastica Sampierdarenese, and in 1934, won Serie B. With two seasons at Milan AC where he won nothing, he moved to la Fiorentina, where in the first year, he won Serie B in 1939, and in the second, won the Italian Cup, beating Genoa in the final. He played there until 1943.

He moved clubs in 1945, due to the Second World War, for one season, to Società Ginnastica Andrea Doria, without success. He retired at Sampdoria in 1947.

He became a football manager in the 1950s. He had two spells (50-51 and 52-53) at U.C. Sampdoria, as well as at Calcio Catania for three seasons (55-58), Genoa CFC (59-60) and AC Cesena (61-62). He never won a title as a coach.

As player

  • 1928-1929 : Associazione Calcio La Dominante
  • 1929-1930 : Genoa CFC
  • 1930-1936 : Ginnastica Sampierdarenese
  • 1936-1938 : Milan AC
  • 1938-1943 : AC Fiorentina
  • 1945-1946 : Società Ginnastica Andrea Doria
  • 1946-1947 : U.C. Sampdoria
  • As coach

  • 1950-1951 : U.C. Sampdoria
  • 1952-1953 : U.C. Sampdoria
  • 1955-1958 : Calcio Catania
  • 1959-1960 : Genoa CFC
  • 1961-1962 : AC Cesena
  • Honours

  • Coppa Italia
  • Winner in 1940
  • Serie A
  • Runner-up in 1930
  • Serie B
  • Champion in 1934 and 1939
  • References

    Matteo Poggi Wikipedia

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