Pio Ferraris was a forward with Juventus FC where he played 67 matches (from 1919-23, with one match in 1926), scoring 38 goals. He earned four international caps, including the 1920 Olympics. After his retirement from football, he worked as a banker with his brother Alfredo. Ferraris died at only 57, due to heart failure.
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|1920 Summer||20||Antwerpen||Football||Italy||ITA||Final Standings||4||1920-08-28||0||0||0|
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|1920 Summer||20||Antwerpen||Football||Italy||ITA||Second Place Tournament - Round One||Match #1||1||1920-08-31||ITA 2, NOR 1||0|