|birthday||August 23, 1934|
|place of birth||Turin , Italy|
|date of death||5th October 2015|
|Place of death||Genoa , Italy|
|Years||station||Games (goals) 1|
|1953-1963||Juventus Turin||217 (8)|
|1954-1955||→ CFC Genoa (loan)||8 (0)|
|1963-1966||SSC Naples||63 (0)|
|1966-1968||CFC genoa||6 (0)|
|1 Only league games are given.|
Flavio Emoli (born August 23, 1934 in Turin , † October 5, 2015 in Genoa ) was an Italian football player . With Juventus Turin he was Italian champion and cup winner several times. He was also a national player in his home country.
Flavio Emoli, born on August 23, 1934 in the northern Italian city of Turin , started his football career with the local record champions in his home country, Juventus Turin . After going through youth with the old lady , the midfielder made his debut in 1953 at the age of nineteen under coach Aldo Olivieri in the first team. In the league, however, he was still denied missions, so that Juventus loaned the young player to CFC Genoa for a season from 1954 to 1955 , where the latter, however, could only collect little match practice. After eight league games in Serie A in 1954/55 , Emoli then returned to Juventus.
Over time, Flavio Emoli developed into a regular at Juventus Turin. He remained loyal to the club from 1955 to 1963 and made 217 league games with eight goals during this time. The defensive midfielder was able to collect his first title with Juventus in the 1957/58 season , when they took first place in Serie A with a lead of eight points over Fiorentina and became champions for the first time in six years. The following year the title defense was missed, but you could land victory in the Coppa Italia . In the final against Inter Milan , Juventus Turin with Flavio Emoli in the starting lineup prevailed 4-1 and won the club's third cup. This title could then be defended in the following year after AC Florence was defeated 3-2 after extra time in the final. In the same year Flavio Emoli drove with his club also the second title in the league. The Serie A ended in 1959/60 with a comfortable eight point lead over Fiorentina and after two years the championship was secured again. At that time, Flavio Emoli was a regular at Juventus Turin and in 1958 he also had his first and only international match for the Italian national football team . In the 2: 3 defeat against Austria on March 23, 1958 in Vienna , he was in the formation of Italy, a goal he did not succeed, just as little as further appointments to the senior national team of his home country. At club level, however, Flavio Emoli was able to win a third championship title with Juventus Turin. In Serie A 1960/61 you could defend the title from the previous year and take first place with four points ahead of AC Milan . The following year, however, Juventus experienced a catastrophic season and ended up with thirteenth place, the worst place ever in the club's history in Serie A.
Flavio Emoli stayed with Juventus until 1963 before moving to AC Napoli at the age of 29 . The club had been relegated from Serie A last year and clearly missed the targeted promotion in Emoli's first season in Campania with eighth place. This only succeeded in 1965 with second place in Serie B , only behind AC Brescia . After the rise, Flavio Emoli played for another year for the club, which has now been renamed SSC Napoli , and helped to re-establish the southern Italians in Serie A. The 1965/66 season ended in a strong third place. After leaving Naples, Emoli played two years for CFC Genoa before ending his football career in the summer of 1968 at the age of 34.
- Italian championship : 3 ×
- Italian cup win : 2 ×
- Promotion to Serie A : 1 ×
- 1964/65 with the SSC Napoli
- Flavio Emoli in the database of weltfussball.de
- Flavio Emoli in the database of the Enciclopedia del Calcio (Italian)
- International career overview (Italian)
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Italian soccer player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||August 23, 1934|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Turin , Italy|
|DATE OF DEATH||5th October 2015|
|Place of death||Genoa , Italy|