Tony Cargnelli

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Tony Cargnelli
Personal information
Full nameAnton Cargnelli
Date of birth(1889-02-01)1 February 1889
Place of birth Vienna, Austria
Date of death 27 June 1974(1974-06-27) (aged 85)
Senior career*
19??–1913 Germania Schwechat ? (?)
1913–1920 Wiener AF ? (?)
1922–1923 Germania Schwechat ? (?)
National team
1909 Austria 1 (0)
Teams managed
1927–1929 Torino
1930–1931 Palermo
1932–1933 Foggia
1933–1934 Bari
1934–1936 Torino
1936–1938 Bari
1938–1940 Ambrosiana-Inter
1940–1942 Torino
1942–1943 Liguria
1943–1944 Cuneo
1946–1948 Lazio
1948 Lucchese Libertas
1948–1949 Bologna
1950–1951 Alessandria
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Anton Cargnelli (1 February 1889 – 27 June 1974) most commonly known as Tony Cargnelli, was an Austrian football player and manager from Vienna.

Very little is known about his time as a player, he is most famous for managing several top clubs in Italian football. [1]

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