Campionato Mondiale de Calcio ~ FIFA World Cup 1934 - Italy

FIFA World Cup Finals Italy 1934 Playing Squads. Full details of the participating playing squads & club affiliations at the 1934 World Cup Finals.

Marco Delvecchio (Milan, 7 April 1973) – Marco Delvecchio, a hard-working, tenacious, derby-winner joined Roma in the 1995/96 season as part of the deal that took Marco Branca to Inter. The striker from Milan took the number 24 shirt and held onto it for a decade and, in his first year playing for Carlo Mazzone's Roma, made 24 appearances, scoring 10 goals.

Marco Delvecchio of Roma celebrates after scoring during the Serie A Round League match between Roma and Lazio played at the Olympic Stadium.

Fabio Cudicini (Trieste, 20 October 1935) – One of the greatest goalkeepers in the history of Italian football, Fabio Cudicini arrived in Rome in the summer of 1958. 1960/61 was the season that Cudicini began to build his own personal legend, proving decisive winning the Fairs Cup. It was the dawn of the '60s; newspaper reports, photos, radio and chatter from the fans who flocked to the stadium all combined in the public imagination to transform him into a true Italian sports icon of his…

Fabio Cudicini (Trieste, 20 October 1935) – One of the greatest goalkeepers in the history of Italian football, Fabio Cudicini arrived in Rome in the summer of 1958. 1960/61 was the season that Cudicini began to build his own personal legend, proving decisive winning the Fairs Cup. It was the dawn of the '60s; newspaper reports, photos, radio and chatter from the fans who flocked to the stadium all combined in the public imagination to transform him into a true Italian sports icon of his…

Giacomo Losi (Soncino, 10 September 1935) – A symbol. In the entire history of the club, Giacomo Losi is one of the finest examples of loyalty and devotion to the Giallorossi shirt. And as it always happens with such symbols, the stats – although impressive – are not enough to fully describe an authentic champion, for both his generosity and his performances: fifteen seasons, 386 league appearances, two goals, one Fairs Cups and two editions of the Coppa Italia.

Giacomo Losi (Soncino, 10 September 1935) – A symbol. In the entire history of the club, Giacomo Losi is one of the finest examples of loyalty and devotion to the Giallorossi shirt. And as it always happens with such symbols, the stats – although impressive – are not enough to fully describe an authentic champion, for both his generosity and his performances: fifteen seasons, 386 league appearances, two goals, one Fairs Cups and two editions of the Coppa Italia.

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Cartaz do Campeonato do Mundo de 1934, em Itália / Poster of the 1934 World Championship in Italy

Cartaz do Campeonato do Mundo de 1934, em Itália / Poster of the 1934 World Championship in Italy

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World Cup 2014 Fan Favourite Posters created by Jon Rogers. Vancouver designer Jon Rogers created a series of posters depicting the fan favourite player, according to Bleacher Report, from each.

AS Roma's Brazilian defender Bruno Peres controls the ball during the Italian Serie A football match Atalanta vs AS Roma on August 20, 2017 at the Atleti Azzurri d'Italia stadium in Bergamo. / AFP PHOTO / Marco BERTORELLO

AS Roma's Brazilian defender Bruno Peres controls the ball during the Italian Serie A football match Atalanta vs AS Roma on August 2017 at the Atleti Azzurri d'Italia stadium in Bergamo

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