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He was an innovative coach, one of those who taught modern football, the one made of fast touches and technique, already in 1970.
At the age of 83 the former footballer passed away and technician, Gigi Radice , after a long fight against Alzheimer’s. A great connoisseur of football and a great man, he was the last coach to bring a Scudetto to Turin , on the grenade side, in the 1975-76 championship. An indelible memory given that he was the first (and so far only) flag won after the Superga tragedy.
On the pitch they called him the “German” because he was very precise in the activities he did. An anecdote that underlines the rigor in his work and certainly that linked to the last match of the 1976 season between Turin – Cesena. Final result 1-1 and Scudetto al Toro, also thanks to the defeat of the Bianconeri cousins. Gigi Radice goes to midfield to ask defender Mozzini for justifications for the goal conceded and for the failure to record consecutive home victories. [/ vc_column_text] [/ vc_column] [/ vc_row]

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He grew up as a full-back in the Milan school . With the Rossoneri he won three league titles and a Champions Cup , before retiring prematurely due to a serious knee injury.

He becomes coach of Monza at the age of 31 , but the years and the best memories are those in Turin. Roots leads the grenade for 5 years. In his first season he immediately hits a historic championship. A modern football that he had been able to appreciate admiring the first Ajax signed by Johan Cruijff : zone marking, pressing in every part of the field and quick passes.
He was the Turin of the future world champion, Ciccio Graziani, who had nothing but words of praise for his former coach
Thanks to his advice I have grown technically and temperamentally. Radice had a huge impact on my career and thanks to him, Torino returned to winning the Scudetto after the Superga tragedy. There is so much of him in that great undertaking.
After the victory of 1975/76 there are other excellent placings . In the following season, Radici’s team reached the last day paired with Trapattoni’s Juve (his former teammate at Milan) : the bianconeri closed with 51 points and the grenade seconds at 50. Toro also did well in ’78: third. The following year there is a fifth place that is still worth Europe and in 1980 the grenades come third, with Radice who, however, leaves the bench to Rabitti.
Farewell, Mister Radice, column of our history. Yesterday, today, forever. #SFT pic.twitter.com/0BxZi6CUHO
– Torino Football Club (@ TorinoFC_1906) 7 December 2018
He then toured many other important squares such as Rome, Milan (both Inter and Milan), Bologna (he succeeded in a historic salvation starting with 5 points of penalty), Bari, Turin again before closing in Monza where it all began.
With Toro he almost won the 1985 title , blown only by Verona of the miracles of his and companion Bagnoli.
Current coaches praise his work on the pitch and the football revolutionapplied many years before Arrigo Sacchi. Italian football is crying for a true icon. [/ Vc_column_text] [/ vc_column] [/ vc_row]

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