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 Paolo BARISON 1960-1967 
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Name: Paolo Barison

Nickname: "Bisonte"


Country: :ITA: Italy
Clubs: A.C. Milan (1960-1963), U.C. Sampdoria (1963-1965), A.S. Roma (1965-1967)
Position: *WF, (CF as optional)
Side: LF/LS
Age: 24-31 years (23/06/1936)

Height: 184 cm
Weight: 81 kg

Attack: 84
Defence: 41
Balance: 88
Stamina: 83
Top Speed: 86
Acceleration: 82
Response: 80
Agility: 77
Dribble Accuracy: 77
Dribble Speed: 78
Short Pass Accuracy: 75
Short Pass Speed: 76
Long Pass Accuracy: 81
Long Pass Speed: 80
Shot Accuracy: 80
Shot Power: 87
Shot Technique: 84
Free Kick Accuracy: 73
Curling: 77
Header: 83
Jump: 87
Technique: 78
Aggression: 85
Mentality: 82
Keeper Skills: 50
Team Work: 79

Injury Tolerance: B
Condition/Fitness: 6
Weak Foot Accuracy: 7
Weak Foot Frequency: 7
Growth Type: Early Lasting

P11: Cut Back Pass
P17: Free Roaming
S01: Reaction
S05: 1-touch Play
S06: Outside Curve

SPECIAL ABILITIES: Side - Reaction - 1 touch Pass - Outside

Attack / Defence Awareness Card: Attack Minded


Former Italian winger, very strong player with powerful shot. Once getting the ball and starting the run, it was impossible to stop him, constantly pushing his markers with the strength of his body especially when gained some speed which made that stregth even bigger. Not too gifted technically but with his physique and strength, combined with solid pace, he was very dangerous. He had also great leap and was very good in aerial play. Barison took its first steps in Vittorio Veneto and later in Venice, just eighteen, scoring 9 goals in Serie C (contributing to promotion to Serie B) and 11 in Serie B next year. Passed to Genoa in 1957 and realizing early on putting as many as 30 networks in 3 championships played in Serie A. In the third year in Genoa, the club relegated rossoblu between the cadets under a ruling by the CAF for a scandal regarding an attempt to "fix" a game. Barison then went to Milan with whom, despite playing in a discontinuous way, won the Scudetto in 1961-62 (along with teammates Luigi Radice, Giovanni Trapattoni, Jose Altafini and Gianni Rivera) and the subsequent European Cup (3 championships in a marked 14 goals). He moved to Sampdoria, in 1963-1964 he played 23 games scoring 13 goals, plus 1 game and 1 goal in the Fairs Cup (cup anticipating the next UEFA Cup, but restricted only to cities that hosted teams of international fairs). The following year he played 33 games scoring 6 goals, then, after two good seasons at Sampdoria shirt, he moved to Rome for 2 years, scoring 13 goals wearing the jersey number 11. For the next three seasons he played in Naples, where he arrived in 1967 (55 races and 6 networks). He was then second division in the ranks of Terni in 1970/71 scoring 10 goals in 31 games, to go to the Bellaria of his old teammate Gastone Bean the following year, where he produced 17 goals in 31 matches and end his career competitive with a brief stint overseas, fighting in the NASL with the Toronto Metros of the Canadian education. He led Milan to five meetings, in June 1976 replacing Giovanni Trapattoni at the helm of the Milanese club. Barison also dressed 9 times the national team, in particular during his two years Roman participating in the 1966 World Cup, during which marked the last of his 6 goals blues. At the end of the sixties was the protagonist Paul Barison, in spite of an unfortunate street family who had a widely reported in the tabloid press. In fact, his teammate Jose Altafini (then married to a Brazilian girl) fell in love with Annamaria Galli, wife of Barison. The woman, mother of his three children Paula, Andrea and Federica, then went to live with Altafini leaving her husband. The scandal generated by this situation, because of the time it happened, was enormous. He retired from racing had started his career in the FIGC, simultaneously making the observer on behalf of the strong technical Torino football coached by his friend Luigi Radice then. He lost his life on the morning of Tuesday, April 17, 1979 to return from the Easter weekend on Highway Flower near Andora (SV), due to impact with an articulated lorry load of cars that had suddenly swerved and smashed into the guard rail finishing oncoming lane. Barison traveled to Turin on board the Fiat 130 Coupe coach Luigi Radice, who was with him and suffered severe injuries but managed to escape, however. The pileup of cars swept away from the vehicle "crazy" also perished Henry Elijah, father of Antonella showgirl. He is buried in the cemetery of Torino Park.

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Aggiornato, comunque l'ho visto calciare con sinistro...

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