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1940–41 Bologna F.C. 1909 season

Bologna Associazione Giuoco del Calcio 1940-41 football season

Bologna Associazione Giuoco del Calcio
1940-41 season
ChairmanRenato Dall'Ara
ManagerHermann Felsner
StadiumLittoriale
Serie A
Coppa ItaliaQuarterfinals
Top goalscorerLeague: Ettore Puricelli (22)
All: Puricelli (28)

During the 1940–41 season Bologna Associazione Giuoco del Calcio competed in Serie A and Coppa Italia.

Summary

Even with the war the season started four months before, Bologna won its fourth title;[1] This was the last trophy for the club until the 60s: the next season Bologna grab the 7th spot and the, due to war, the tournament was in fact suspended.[2] Also, Uruguayan striker Puricelli repeated his feat as capocannoniere with 22 goals [3] At the end of the tournament, Felsner[4] returned to his country Germany in a first signal of the end of an era for the club.

Squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
GK  ITA Pietro Ferrari
GK  ITA Glauco Vanz
DF  ITA Arturo Boniforti
DF  ITA Giordano Corsi
DF  ITA Dino Fiorini
DF  ITA Aurelio Marchese
DF  ITA Mario Montesanto
DF  ITA Mario Pagotto
DF  ITA Secondo Ricci
MF  ITA Michele Andreolo
MF  ITA Narciso Benetti
No. Pos. Nation Player
MF  ITA Amedeo Biavati
MF  ITA Tolmino Casadio
MF  ITA Giovanni Ferrari
MF  ITA Raffaele Sansone
FW  ITA Piero Andreoli
FW  ITA Antonio Innocenti
FW  ITA Bruno Maini
FW  URU Héctor Puricelli
FW  ITA Carlo Reguzzoni
FW  ITA Mario Sdraulig

1940–41 Bologna F.C. 1909 season Squad articles: 19

Competitions

Serie A

League table

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GR Pts
1 Bologna (C) 30 16 7 7 60 37 1.622 39
2 Ambrosiana-Inter 30 14 7 9 52 42 1.238 35
3 Milano 30 12 10 8 55 34 1.618 34
4 Fiorentina 30 14 6 10 60 49 1.224 34
5 Juventus 30 12 8 10 50 47 1.064 32
Source: goal average officially used in event of equal points.
(C) Champion.

Matches

  Win   Draw   Loss

6 October 1940 1 Bologna 2-1 Roma Bologna
Puricelli  30' (pen)
G. Ferrari  56'
Report  54' Amadei Stadium: Stadio Littoriale
Attendance: 12 000
Referee: Francesco Mattea
13 October 1940 2 Juventus 3-1 Bologna Torino
Gabetto  1'6'21' Report  83' G. Ferrari Stadium: Stadio Benito Mussolini
Attendance: 25 000
Referee: Rinaldo Barlassina
20 October 1940 3 Bologna 3-0 Torino Bologna
Maini  48'
Puricelli  65'
Andreolo  82' (rig.)
Report Stadium: Stadio Littoriale
Attendance: 11500
Referee: Ferruccio Bonivento
27 October 1940 4 Genoa 0-1 Bologna Genova
Report  38' Puricelli Stadium: Stadio Luigi Ferraris
Attendance: 18,000
Referee: Barlassina
3 November 1940 5 Bologna 1-0 Atalanta Bologna
Biavati  44' Report Stadium: Stadio Littoriale
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Renzo Curradi
10 November 1940 6 Napoli 4-4 Bologna Napoli
Barrera  15'
Rosellini  40'53'75'
Report  35' Puricelli
 62'88' Reguzzoni
 70' Andreoli
Stadium: Stadio Partenopeo
Attendance: 20 000
Referee: Generoso Dattilo
17 November 1940 7 Bologna 1-1 Venezia Bologna
Puricelli  20' Report  35' Alberti Stadium: Stadio Littoriale
Referee: Giacomo Bertolio
24 November 1940 8 Novara 0-1 Bologna Novara
Report  68' (pen) Reguzzoni Stadium: Stadio Littorio
Attendance: 9 000
Referee: Mario Ciamberlini
8 December 1940 9 Bologna 5-1 Bari Bologna
Reguzzoni  32'
Andreoli  37'68'
Puricelli  57'82'
Report  60' C. Fabbri Stadium: Stadio Littoriale
Attendance: 7000
Referee: Giuseppe Fois
15 December 1940 10 Ambrosiana-Inter 2-1 Bologna Milano
Candiani  3'12' Report  64' Sansone Stadium: Arena Civica
Referee: Rinaldo Barlassina
22 December 1940 11 Bologna 4-2 Milano Bologna
Puricelli  9'15'
Reguzzoni  20'52'
Report  58' Todeschini
 85' B. Arcari
Stadium: Stadio Littoriale
Referee: Bertolio
29 December 1940 12 Livorno 2-2 Bologna Livorno
Cattaneo  18'
Ricci  60' (aut.)
Report  3'42' Puricelli Stadium: Stadio Edda Ciano Mussolini
Referee: Ciamberlini
5 January 1941 13 Bologna 5-3 Fiorentina Bologna
Reguzzoni  26'
Andreoli  35'
Puricelli  36'48'
Biavati  52'
Report  70' (o.g.) Pagotto
 77' Di Benedetti
 86' (rig.) R. Menti
Stadium: Stadio Littoriale
Attendance: 6500
Referee: Mattea
12 January 1941 14 Bologna 2-0 Triestina Bologna
Puricelli  46'82' Report Stadium: Stadio Littoriale
Attendance: 6000
Referee: Umberto Biancone
19 January 1941 15 Lazio 2-4 Bologna Roma
Vettraino  44'
Ramella  60'
Report  2' Andreoli
 19' (rig.) Reguzzoni
 64' Puricelli[5]
 87' Biavati
Stadium: Stadio Nazionale del PNF
Attendance: 18 000
Referee: Achille Pizziolo
26 January 1941 16 Roma 1-1 Bologna Roma
Amadei  49' Report  30' Andreolo Stadium: Stadio Nazionale del PNF
Attendance: 20 000
Referee: Mario Ciamberlini
2 February 1941 17 Bologna 1-0 Juventus Bologna
Reguzzoni  82' Report Stadium: Stadio Littoriale
Referee: Generoso Dattilo
11 February 1941[6] 18 Torino 0-0 Bologna Torino
16:15 UTC+1 Report Stadium: Stadio Filadelfia
Attendance: 16 000
Referee: Giuseppe Scarpi
16 February 1941 19 Bologna 4-1 Genoa 1941 Bologna
Sansone  27'
Reguzzoni  60'
Puricelli  75'85'
Report  77' Gabardo Stadium: Stadio Littoriale
Attendance: 9 000
Referee: Giacomo Bertolio
23 February 1941 20 Atalanta 2-0 Bologna Bergamo
Gaddoni  41'
Pagliano  70'
Report Stadium: Stadio Mario Brumana
Attendance: 8 000
Referee: Achille Pizziolo
2 March 1941 21 Bologna 3-0 Napoli Bologna
Puricelli  65'76'
Reguzzoni  68'
Report Stadium: Stadio Littoriale
Attendance: 7 500
Referee: Emiliano Saracini
9 March 1941 22 Venezia 1-0 Bologna Venezia
Loik  35' Report Stadium: Stadio Pier Luigi Penzo
Attendance: 12000
Referee: Mario Ciamberlini
16 March 1941 23 Bologna 3-0 Novara Bologna
Reguzzoni  8'
Andreoli  59'67'
Report Stadium: Stadio Littoriale
Referee: Generoso Dattilo
23 March 1941 24 Bari 1-0 Bologna Bari
Fabbri[7]  17' Report Stadium: Stadio della Vittoria
Attendance: 20000
Referee: Renzo Curradi
30 March 1941 25 Bologna 5-0 Ambrosiana-Inter Bologna
Reguzzoni  13'88'
Puricelli  30'
Biavati  46'83'
Report Stadium: Stadio Littoriale
Attendance: 24000
Referee: Ciamberlini
6 April 1941 26 Milano 5-1 Bologna Milano
E. Boniforti  50' (pen)
Boffi  57'
Cappello  59'85'
Meazza  73'
Report  61' Marchese Stadium: Stadio San Siro
Referee: Bertolio
13 April 1941 27 Bologna 3-0 Livorno Bologna
Reguzzoni  10'20'
Puricelli  26'
Report Stadium: Stadio Littoriale
Attendance: 7500
Referee: Barlassina
20 April 1941 28 Fiorentina 3-0 Bologna Firenze
Penzo  32'66'
Koenig  87'
Report Stadium: Stadio Giovanni Berta
Attendance: 15000
Referee: Giorgio Moretti
27 April 1941 29 Triestina 0-0 Bologna Trieste
Report Stadium: Stadio Littorio
Attendance: 6000
Referee: Achille Pizziolo
4 May 1941 30 Bologna 2-2 Lazio Bologna
Reguzzoni  43'
Biavati  47'
Report  22' Romagnoli
 30' Vettraino
Stadium: Stadio Littoriale
Attendance: 6500
Referee: Mario Ciamberlini

Coppa Italia

Round of 32

11 May 1941 Siena 1-1[8] Bologna Siena
Polacchi  83'  80' G. Ferrari Stadium: Stadio Rino Daus
Attendance: 4000
Referee: Giuseppe Fois
15 May 1941 Siena 0-0 Bologna Siena
Stadium: Stadio Rino Daus
Attendance: 4000
Referee: Giorgio Moretti
18 May 1941 replay Bologna 6-3 Siena Bologna
10:00 UTC+1 Biavati  8'39'
Reguzzoni  54' (rig.)
Puricelli  67'71'73'
 50'59' Polacchi
 88' Boldi
Stadium: Stadio Littoriale
Referee: Oreste Dellarole

Eightfinals

22 May 1941 Bologna 3-1 Livorno Bologna
Sdraulig  37'119'
Puricelli  115'
 5' Stua Stadium: Stadio Littoriale
Attendance: 5000
Referee: Emiliano Saracini

Quarterfinals

25 May 1941 Bologna 3-4 Venezia Bologna
Puricelli  32'66'
Sdraulig  70' (rig.)
 5' Loik
 31' Alberico
 40'75' Pernigo
Stadium: Stadio Littoriale
Referee: Achille Pizziolo

1940–41 Bologna F.C. 1909 season Competitions articles: 53

Statistics

Squad Statistics

Competition[9] Points Home Away Total GD
G W D L Gs Ga G W D L Gs Ga G W D L Gs Ga
Serie A 39 15 13 2 0 44 11 15 3 5 7 16 26 30 16 7 7 60 37 +23
Coppa Italia 3 2 0 1 12 8 1 0 1 0 0 0 4 2 1 1 12 8 +4
Total 18 15 2 1 56 19 16 3 6 7 16 26 34 18 8 8 72 45 +27

Players statistics

Source:[10]

Appearances

Goalscorers

1940–41 Bologna F.C. 1909 season Statistics articles: 2

References

  1. ^ "74 anni fa il sesto scudetto. Triestina-Bologna 0-0". bolognafc.it.
  2. ^ Bertuzzi. 1940 recap. Monti. p. 77..
  3. ^ Roberto Di Maggio; Igor Kramarsic; Alberto Novello (11 June 2015). "Italy - Serie A Top Scorers". RSSSF. Archived from the original on 31 October 2015. Retrieved 2 December 2015.
  4. ^ RSSSF.com
  5. ^ "Bologna-Lazio 4-2 (2-1)" (PDF). La Stampa. 20 January 1941. p. 4. Retrieved 5 July 2016.
  6. ^ Rescheduled from 9 February due to referee absentee.
  7. ^ Other sources Alghisi
  8. ^ Match suspended due to referee errors. Programmed to replay.
  9. ^ Bolo 1940. Panini. p. 104..
  10. ^ Squads 1940. Panini. p. 105.

Bibliography

  • Almanacco illustrato del calcio - La storia 1898-2004. Panini, Modena,2004,Panini.
  • Carlo F. Chiesa. Il grande romanzo dello scudetto. Calcio 2000.

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