Ermanno Aebi

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Ermanno Aebi
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Ermanno Aebi
Personal information
Date of birth(1892-01-13)13 January 1892
Place of birth Milan, Italy
Date of death 22 November 1976(1976-11-22) (aged 84)
Place of death Milan, Italy
Playing position(s) Midfielder
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1910–1922 Internazionale 142 (106)
National team
1920 Italy 2 (3)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Ermanno Aebi (Italian pronunciation:  [erˈmanno aˈɛːbi] ;[ citation needed ] 13 January 1892 – 22 November 1976) was an Italian-Swiss footballer who played as a midfielder.

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Club career

Born in Milan to a Swiss father and an Italian mother, at the age of 18 Aebi was contracted by Internazionale. He contributed to the team's first ever scudetto (1910), as well as to the club's second league title, ten years later.

International career

Aebi was the first oriundo to play for the Italian national team, on 18 January 1920, against France and scored a hat-trick in Italy's 9–4 win.

Personal life

Aebi's son Giorgio was a player in Calcio Como. Ermanno died in 1976.

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Virgilio Fossati
Internazionale captain
1915–1922
Succeeded by
Leopoldo Conti

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