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Ambrogio Pelagalli

Biographical information

TypeNon-starter
SexMale
Full nameAmbrogio•Pelagalli
Used nameAmbrogio•Pelagalli
Born15 February 1940 in Pieve Porto Morone, Pavia (ITA)
Measurements170 cm / 71 kg
AffiliationsAC Milan, Milano (ITA)
NOC(s) Italy

Biography

Ambrogio Pelagalli was a defender and midfielder who played for 10 consecutive Seasons in Serie A (1960-69), playing in 235 matches with six goals, also playing 139 matches in the Second League. Perlagalli played with AC Milano, where he won the Italian title in the 1961-62 season with 14 caps and the 1963 European Champions’ League but because of an injury he did not play the final. With AC Milano Pelagalli lost in the final of the 1963 Intercontinental Cup against the Brazilian team of Santos where he played against superstar Pele.

Pelagalli never played with the senior Italian National team but with youth teams he won the 1959 Mediterranean Games in Beirut, while at the 1960 Roma Olympics he was a substitute. In all he earned eight international caps with one goal. From 1971-96 Pelagalli was a coach for many teams such as Pavia, Brindisi, Mantova and Cremapergo.

Results

Games Discipline (Sport) Event Status Team Pos Details
1960 Summer Olympics Football (Football) Football, Men Olympic Italy DNS Representing Italy    

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