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Vittorio Pozzo

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Vittorio Pozzo (March 2, 1886 in Turin, Piedmont, Italy - Ponderano (Biella) December 21, 1968) was an Italian football coach who was most famous for leading the Italian national team to victory in the 1934 FIFA World Cup and 1938 FIFA World Cups; managed the side that won the 1930 and 1935 editions of the Central European International Cup, as well as the 1936 Olympic football gold medal and the 1928 Olympic football bronze medal. He oversaw the famous unbeaten run of the Italian side from December 1934 until 1939 and was also famous for creating the Metodo tactical formation. He is the only coach to ever win two FIFA World Cups.

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