Castellazzi, Armando

* The number of games and goals for a professional club is considered only for various leagues of national championships.
** The number of games and goals for a national team in official matches.
Armando Castellazzi (Italian: Armando Castellazzi; October 7, 1904, Milan - 1968 ) - Italian footballer, midfielder, world champion in 1934 as part of the Italian team. He spent his entire career playing and coaching at one of the Inter Milan clubs.
Contents
1 Career
2 Statistics
2.1 Club
2.2 International
2.3 Club
3 Achievements
3.1 As a player
3.2 As a coach
4 Links
5 Notes
Career
At Inter, Armando Castellazzi made his debut on February 24, 1923 in a guest match with the Padova club, in which Inter won 2-1, after which he played for the team for 12 seasons, having played 261 matches (246 in the championship and 15 in the Mitropa Cup) and scored 16 goals (all in the championship), winning the championship with the teamwaist in 1930. The last match in the “Inter” and in the career of Castellazzi held March 8, 1936 against the club “Alessandria”. In addition, in the season 1924–1925, Castellazzi performed on loan at the Firenze club. [1]. In the Italian national team, Castellazzi made his debut on December 1, 1929, in his match against Portugal, he played his last match, he was the only one at the world championship Castellazzi held May 31, 1934 in the quarter-finals of the tournament with the Spanish national team, which ended 1: 1 [2], in the replay in which Castellazzi did not take part, Italy won, which then won the entire tournament.
After the player’s career ended, Castellazzi became as a coach, heading Inter in 1936. This year was due to the “flight” from Italy of many Hispanics who received Italian passports, who were afraid of general military draft due to the Ethiopian war, Inter also suffered because of this, and therefore took only 7th place in the championship, and in the Italian Cup reached the semifinals. The following year, however, the team was able to win the national championship, securing victory only in the last round, in which Inter defeated Bari club 9-2, but did not perform brilliantly in international cups [3] and the Italian Cup.
Statistics
Club
Statistics of appearances by Castellazzi for clubs - Season - Club
League
Championship
Cup
Cup of Mitropa
Games
Goals
Games - Goals - Games - Goals 1923-1924 - Inter Milan 1 Division 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
0
1924-1925
Firenze
1 division
?
?
0 0 0 0 0 0 1925-1926
Inter Milan - 1 division - 12
1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1926-1927 Int ğ Milan in the National - 27
7
0 0 0 0 0 0 1927-1928 - Inter Milan in the National 24
4 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 1928-1929 | Inter Milan | National | 20
2 | 0 | 0
0 0 0 1929-1930 - Inter Milan - Serie A 32 32 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
1930-1931 - Inter Milan - Serie A - 21
0
0
0
6
0 1931-1932
Inter Milan
Series A - 34
0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 1932-1933 - Inter Milan - Series A - 30
0 | 0 | 0 | 6 | 0 | 1933-1934 | Inter Milan | Serie A | 33 | 1 | 0 | 0 | 0
1 - 0 - 1934-1935 - Inter Milan - Series A - 10 - 1 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 2 - 0
1935-1936 - Inter Milan - Serie A - 2 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - International - Castellazzi matches for Italy
Date
Place held oia - Opponent - Score - Goals - Competition
December 1, 1929 - Milan
Portugal 6-1 -
- Friendlies
9 February 1930 - Rome - Switzerland 4-2 -
- Friendlies
May 31, 1934
Florence
Spain 1-1
-
World Cup
Club
Statistics of coaching performances of Castellazzi
Season
Club
League
Championship
Cup
International cups and Games
Victory
Losses - Draws - Place - Games - Wins - Losses - Draws - Stage - Games - Wins - Losses - Draws - Stage 1936-1937 - Inter Milan - Serie A - 30 - 9 - 8 - 13 - 7 - 5 - 4 - 1
0
1/2
0
0
0
0
0
1937-1938 - Inter Milan - Serie A - 30
16
5 | 9 | 1 | 5 | 4 | 1 | 0
1/2 | 4 | 2 | 1 | 1 | 1/4 | Achievements | As a player | Italian Champion: 1930
World Champion: 1934
As a coach - Italy Champion: 1938 - Links - Profile on enciclopediadelcalcio.com - Castellazzi matches for the Italian national team - Game profile on inter.it
Coach profile on inter.it
Notes
↑ Profile on storiainter.com
↑ Statistics on the FIFA website (English)
↑ Profile on inter.it
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Italy national team - world championship 1934 - champion
vp Cavanna • vp Combi (k) • vp Mazetti • zas Allemandi • zas Caligaris • zas Mondzello • def. Rosetta • pz Bertolini • pz Castellazzi • pz Ferraris • pz Meazza • pz Monti • pz Pizziolo • pz Varlien • nap Arkari • nap Borel • nap Demaria • nap Ferrari • nap Guayta • nap Guarizi • nap Orsi • nap Schiavio • Coach Vittorio Pozzo
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Coaches of the football club Internazionale Fossati (1909–15) • Resegotti (1 920–22) • Spotiswood (1922–24) • Szydler (1924–26) • Weiss (1926–28) • Viola (1928–29) • Weiss (1929–31) • Thoth (1931–32) • Weiss (1932 —34) • Feldmann (1934–36) • Carraro (1936) • Castellazzi (1936–38) • Carnelli (1938–40) • Peruchetti (1940) • Zamberletti (1941) • Fiorentini (1941–42) • Ferrari (1942) —45) • Carcano (1945–46) • Nutricio (1946) • Meazza (1947–48) • Carcano (1948) • Estley (1948) • Cappelli (1949–50) • Olivieri (1950–52) • Foni (1952 —1955) • Campatelli (1955) • Meazza (1955–56) • Frossi (1956) • Ferrero (1957) • Meazza (1957) • Carver (1957–58) • Bigonho (1958) • Campatelli (1959–60) • Akilli (1960) • Cappell (1960) • E. Herrera (1960–68) • Fony (1968–69) • Er. Herrera (1969–71) • Invernizzi (1971–73) • Maziero (1973) • El. Herrera (1973) • Maziero (1974) • Luis Suárez (1974–75) • Chiappella (1976–77) • Berselini (1977–82) • Marquezi (1982–83) • Radice (1983–84) • Castanier (1984– 86) • Corso (1986) • Trapattoni (1986–91) • Orrico (1991) • Luis Suarez (1992) • Bagnoli (1992-1994) • Marini (1994) • Bianchi (1994–95) • Luis Suarez (1995) • Hodgson (1995–97) • Castellini (1997) • Simoni (1997–98) • Lucescu (1998–99) • Castellini (1999) • Hodgson (1999) • Lippi (1999–2000) • Tardelli (2000–01) • Cooper (2001-03) • Verdelli (2003) • Zaccheroni (2003-04) • Mancini (2004-08) • Mourinho (2008-10) • Benitez (2010) • Leonardo (2011) • Gasperini (2011) Ranieri (2011-12) • Andrea Stramaccioni (2012-13) • Mazzarri (2013-14) • Mancini (2014-16) • De Boer (2016-present.)


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