Saul Malatrasi (born 17 February 1938) is a former Italian football player and coach who played for Inter Milan and A.C. Milan and was part of their European Cup victories in 1965 and 1969 respectively, thus becoming the first player to participate in the European Cup campaigns of two different winning teams. Malatrasi played in the 1969 final, but not in the 1965 final. He earned three caps for the Italy national football team.

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  • Saul Malatrasi (* 17. Februar 1938 in Calto) ist ein ehemaliger italienischer Fußballspieler und -trainer. Er ist der bislang einzige Spieler in der Geschichte des europäischen Fußballs, dem es gelang den Europapokal der Landesmeister (bzw. heute Champions League) mit zwei verschiedenen Vereinen aus ein und demselben Land zu gewinnen. 1981/82 war er Trainer des Vereins Delfino Pescara 1936. (de)
  • Saul Malatrasi (born 17 February 1938) is a former Italian football player and coach who played for Inter Milan and A.C. Milan and was part of their European Cup victories in 1965 and 1969 respectively, thus becoming the first player to participate in the European Cup campaigns of two different winning teams. Malatrasi played in the 1969 final, but not in the 1965 final. He earned three caps for the Italy national football team. He played for 12 seasons (247 games, 3 goals) in the Serie A for SPAL 1907, Fiorentina, Roma, Internazionale, Lecco and Milan, winning at least one trophy for four of these teams (except for SPAL and Lecco). (en)
  • Сау́ль Малатра́зи (итал. Saul Malatrasi; 17 февраля 1938, Кальто, Италия) — итальянский футболист, защитник. Всю свою карьеру провёл в Италии. В 1965 и 1969 годах выигрывал Кубок чемпионов в составе «Интера» и «Милана» тем самым став первым футболистом, выигравшим Кубок чемпионов в составе двух клубов. (ru)
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  • Saul Malatrasi (* 17. Februar 1938 in Calto) ist ein ehemaliger italienischer Fußballspieler und -trainer. Er ist der bislang einzige Spieler in der Geschichte des europäischen Fußballs, dem es gelang den Europapokal der Landesmeister (bzw. heute Champions League) mit zwei verschiedenen Vereinen aus ein und demselben Land zu gewinnen. 1981/82 war er Trainer des Vereins Delfino Pescara 1936. (de)
  • Сау́ль Малатра́зи (итал. Saul Malatrasi; 17 февраля 1938, Кальто, Италия) — итальянский футболист, защитник. Всю свою карьеру провёл в Италии. В 1965 и 1969 годах выигрывал Кубок чемпионов в составе «Интера» и «Милана» тем самым став первым футболистом, выигравшим Кубок чемпионов в составе двух клубов. (ru)
  • Saul Malatrasi (born 17 February 1938) is a former Italian football player and coach who played for Inter Milan and A.C. Milan and was part of their European Cup victories in 1965 and 1969 respectively, thus becoming the first player to participate in the European Cup campaigns of two different winning teams. Malatrasi played in the 1969 final, but not in the 1965 final. He earned three caps for the Italy national football team. (en)
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  • Saul Malatrasi (de)
  • Saul Malatrasi (it)
  • Saul Malatrasi (en)
  • Малатрази, Сауль (ru)
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