Full name: Ottavio Francesco Carlo Barbieri
Born: June 30, 1899 in Genoa, Genova, Italy
Died: December 28, 1949 in Genoa, Genova, Italy
Affiliations: Genoa CFC, Genova (ITA)
Ottavio Barbieri played for Genova Cricket and Football Club from 1919-32, playing in 299 matches with 11 goals, and winning Italian titles in 1923 and 1924. Barbieri earned 21 caps with the Italian national team from 1921-30. Barbieri played three matches at the 1924 Olympics.
After his playing career ended, Barbieri became better known as a manager. He led at least 10 clubs as a coach, including Sampierdarenese, Atalanta Bergamasca, Genova 1893 (the former Genoa CFC), VV.FF. Spezia (the team of the Fire Brigade ), Spezia and Lucchese. After his death, Geova CFCF organized the Coppa Barbieri in 1953 and 1954 between two teams in Genova.
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