Felice Milano

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Felice Milano
birthday May 23, 1891
place of birth ValentanoItaly
date of death November 11, 1915
Place of death ZagoraItaly
position striker
Years station Games (goals) 1
1907-1914 US Pro Vercelli
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
1912-1913 Italy 5 (0)
1 Only league games are given.

Felice Milano (born May 23, 1891 in Valentano , † November 11, 1915 in Zagora , Italy) was an Italian soccer player who played for US Pro Vercelli and for the Italian national soccer team during his active career .

Felice Milano had three brothers ( Giuseppe , Aldo and Remigio ) who were also active as football players.


Felice Milano was active during his active career from 1907 to 1914 for the US Pro Vercelli . He was able to win the Italian Football Championship in 1908 with Vercelli . In the following year the title was successfully defended and after the narrowly missed win of the championship in 1909/10 , the striker managed to win the Italian championship three times in a row with Pro Vercelli between 1910/11 and 1912/13 .

Milano was called up in 1912 for the first time in the Italian selection , for which he made his debut on March 17, 1912 in the 3-4 defeat against France . In his fifth mission on May 1, 1913 against Belgium , he managed to record his only victory with the national team when Belgium was narrowly defeated. The attacker played his last international match on June 15, 1913 in the 2-0 defeat against Austria .


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