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Angelo Anquilletti
Angelo Anquilletti
(Italian pronunciation: [ˈandʒelo aŋkwilˈletti]; 25 April 1943 – 9 January 2015) was an Italian football defender.[1] A tough yet fair player, Anquiletti was a successful full-back, who was known for his strength, positioning, marking ability, anticipation, and his ability to read the game; he also excelled in the air and was confident on the ball and at distributing it to teammates.[2][3] he is mostly remembered for his lengthy spell with A.C. Milan
Milan
and for being a member of the Italian UEFA Euro 1968
UEFA Euro 1968
winning squad. Anquiletti was known by the fans as "Angelo Anguilla" (Angelo the Eel), and wore the number 2 shirt throughout his successful Milan
Milan
career.[4]

Contents

1 Club career 2 International career 3 Death 4 Career statistics

4.1 Club

5 Honours

5.1 Club 5.2 International 5.3 Individual

6 References 7 External links

Club career[edit] Anquiletti Started his career in Serie D with Solbiatese during the 1964–65 season. In 1964 he played with Atalanta in Serie A, making his debut on 16 November 1964, at the age of 21, in a 1–0 away win over Cagliari; he remained at the club for two seasons. From 1966 to 1977 played for A.C. Milan, where he achieved notable success, forming an impressive defensive line-up during his 11 seasons with the club alongside Cudicini, Trapattoni, Rosato, and Schnellinger, which was nicknamed the Maginot Line. He was notably part of their European Cup victory in 1969, also winning the 1967–68 Serie A
Serie A
title, two European Cup
European Cup
Winners' Cups (1967–68 and 1972–73), the 1969 Intercontinental Cup, and four Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
titles (1966–67, 1971–72, 1972–73, 1976–77). He notably scored two goals against Levski Sofia
Levski Sofia
in the first leg of the first round of the victorious 1967–68 edition of the European Cup
European Cup
Winners' Cup. Overall, he made 418 appearances for Milan, and is the club's ninth all-time appearance holder; 278 of his appearances came in Serie A, 71 in the Coppa Italia, 63 in European Competitions, and 6 in other competitions. He ended his career with Monza, spending 2 more seasons in Serie B
Serie B
before retiring in 1979, at the age of 36.[3][4][5] Overall, he played 326 games in the Serie A
Serie A
for Atalanta and Milan, and 41 games in Serie B, although he was unable to score a goal in the Italian leagues throughout his career.[2][4][5] International career[edit] Anquiletti earned 2 caps for the Italy
Italy
national football team, and was part of Italy's UEFA Euro 1968
UEFA Euro 1968
squad that won the tournament on home soil under Valcareggi, despite not making an appearance throughout the cup. He made his international debut in January 1969, in a friendly tournament in Mexico which preceded the 1970 FIFA World Cup, making his only two appearances for Italy
Italy
against Mexico that year. He struggled to find space in the national side due to the presence of Tarcisio Burgnich
Tarcisio Burgnich
and Fabrizio Poletti
Fabrizio Poletti
in his role.[6] Death[edit] Anquiletti died on 9 January 2015, at the age of 71, after struggling with a long illness.[7][8] Career statistics[edit] Club[edit] [2]

Club Season League Cup Europe Other Total

Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals

Solbiatese 1961–62 21 0 - - - - - - 21 0

1962–63 33 0 - - - - - - 33 0

1963–64 36 0 - - - - - - 36 0

Atalanta 1964–65 16 0 2 0 - - - - 18 0

1965/66 32 0 3 0 - - - - 35 0

Milan 1966–67 28 0 5 0 - - 5 0 38 0

1967–68 30 0 10 0 10 2 - - 50 2

1968–69 30 0 3 0 7 0 - - 40 0

1969–70 26 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 35 0

1970–71 28 0 12 0 - - - - 40 0

1971–72 28 0 10 0 10 0 - - 48 0

1972–73 28 0 5 0 8 0 - - 41 0

1973–74 29 0 3 0 11 0 - - 43 0

1974–75 11 0 5 0 - - - - 16 0

1975–76 22 0 10 0 8 0 - - 40 0

1976–77 18 0 5 0 5 0 - - 28 0

Monza 1977–78 32 0 3 0 - - - - 35 0

1978–79 9 0 0 0 - - - - 9 0

Total for Milan 278 0 71 0 62 2 8 0 419 2

Career totals 457 0 79 0 62 2 8 0 605 2

*European competitions include the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, UEFA Cup, and UEFA Super Cup Honours[edit] Club[edit]

Milan[4][5]

Serie A: 1967–68. Coppa Italia: 1966–67, 1971–72, 1972–73, 1976–77. European Cup: 1968–69. Intercontinental Cup: 1969. UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 1967–68, 1972–73.

International[edit]

Italy[2]

UEFA European Football Championship: 1968 (on the roster, did not play any games).

Individual[edit]

A.C. Milan
Milan
Hall of Fame[3]

References[edit]

^ " Angelo Anquilletti
Angelo Anquilletti
- Player Profile - Football". Eurosport. Retrieved 2016-10-07.  ^ a b c d "Enciclopedia del Calcio, 2011: Anquiletti, Angelo". www.enciclopediadelcalcio.it (in Italian). Retrieved 2 April 2015.  ^ a b c "A.C. Milan
Milan
Hall of Fame: ANGELO ANQUILLETTI". A.C. Milan. Retrieved 12 May 2017.  ^ a b c d "Milan, morto Anquilletti, storico numero 2 degli Anni 70". gazzetta.it (in Italian). La Gazzetta dello Sport. 9 January 2015. Retrieved 2 April 2015.  ^ a b c "Mario Angelo ANQUILLETTI". magliarossonera (in Italian). Retrieved 2 April 2015.  ^ "Nazionale in cifre - Convocazioni e presenze in campo: Anquiletti, Angelo". figc.it (in Italian). FIGC. Retrieved 2 April 2015.  ^ "AC Milan
Milan
mourns Anquilletti". acmilan.com. Retrieved 9 January 2015.  ^ "TOUCHING TRIBUTE TO ANGELO ANQUILLETTI". acmilan.com. 12 January 2015. Retrieved 2 April 2015. 

External links[edit]

Angelo Anquilletti
Angelo Anquilletti
at National-Football-Teams.com

v t e

Italy
Italy
squad – UEFA Euro 1968
UEFA Euro 1968
winners (1st title)

1 Albertosi 2 Anastasi 3 Anquilletti 4 Bercellino 5 Burgnich 6 Bulgarelli 7 Castano 8 De Sisti 9 Domenghini 10 Facchetti (c) 11 Ferrini 12 Guarneri 13 Juliano 14 Lodetti 15 Mazzola 16 Prati 17 Riva 18 Rivera 19 Rosato 20 Salvadore 21 Vieri 22 Zoff Coach: Valcareggi

Association football
Association football
portal