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Italy mourns last survivor of '36 success

Published: Tuesday 31 July 2007, 13.49CET
Giuseppe Baldo, the last survivor of the Italy side which won Olympic gold in Berlin in 1936, has died at the age of 93. A hard-working midfielder, Baldo started his career at Padova Calcio before joining S.S. Lazio in 1935. He spent seven seasons with the Rome side, making 169 Serie A appearances and scoring eight goals.
Published: Tuesday 31 July 2007, 13.49CET

Italy mourns last survivor of '36 success

Giuseppe Baldo, the last survivor of the Italy side which won Olympic gold in Berlin in 1936, has died at the age of 93. A hard-working midfielder, Baldo started his career at Padova Calcio before joining S.S. Lazio in 1935. He spent seven seasons with the Rome side, making 169 Serie A appearances and scoring eight goals.
Last updated: 31/07/07 14.19CET

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