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  1. Fulvio Bernardini è stato un dirigente sportivo, allenatore di calcio e calciatore italiano, originariamente portiere o attaccante e, successivamente, centrocampista. Nacque il 28 dicembre 1905, ma la nascita fu registrata all'anagrafe il 1º gennaio 1906. Soprannominato dai tifosi Fuffo, Professore o Dottore, fu anche il primo ...

  2. Fulvio Bernardini (Italian pronunciation: [ˈfulvjo bernarˈdiːni]; 28 December 1905 – 13 January 1984) was an Italian football player and coach who played as a midfielder. He is regarded as one of Italy's greatest ever footballers and managers.

  3. Fulvio Bernardini was, for Roma, a shining star that lit the club’s path towards a destiny of greatness and sporting ethics. He was a role model, never to be forgotten.

  4. Fulvio Bernardini: Bolonia: 1964–65 Argentina: Helenio Herrera: Internazionale: 1965–66 Argentina: Helenio Herrera: Internazionale: 1966–67: Paraguay: Heriberto Herrera: Juventus: 1967–68 Italia: Nereo Rocco: AC Milan: 1968–69 Italia: Bruno Pesaola: Fiorentina: 1969–70 Italia: Manlio Scopigno: Cagliari: 1970–71 Italia ...

  5. Fulvio Bernardini (Roma, Italia, 28/12/1905 - 13/01/1984). Roma

  6. Fulvio Bernardini 13.01.1984 (78) Nacimiento / edad: 28/12/1905 Lugar de nacimiento: Roma Nacionalidad: Italia Fecha de fallecimiento: 13.01.1984 (78) Posición: Pivote Exjugador de la selección: Italia Partidos internacionales/goles: 26 / 3 Último club: Entrenador Club: Italia Perfil Rendimiento Fichajes Rumores Selección Noticias Éxitos Carrera

  7. Fulvio Bernardini was a midfielder who played for Lazio, Inter, Roma and M.A.T.E.R. at club level. Internationally he earned 26 caps with the Azzuri between 1925-32, including winning a bronze medal at the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics. After he retired as a player, Bernardini became a manager, and coached AS Roma, AC Vicenza, AC Fiorentina, Lazio ...