Virgilio Felice Levratto (Italian pronunciation: [virˈdʒiːljo feˈliːtʃe leˈvratto]; 26 October 1904 – 18 September 1968) was an Italian association football player and later a coach, who played as a striker.
|Full name||Virgilio Felice Levratto|
|Date of birth||26 October 1904|
|Place of birth||Carcare, Italy|
|Date of death||18 September 1968 63)(aged|
|Place of death||Genoa, Italy|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Levratto was born in Carcare. Throughout his club career, he played for F.C. Vado (where he won his first Coppa Italia title in 1922, scoring a decisive goal in the final) and also played for Hellas Verona F.C., Genoa C.F.C. (appearing in 148 matches and scoring 84 goals), Inter Milan in 1932, and S.S. Lazio in 1934. He later played with Savona in Serie C, and closed his career in Serie D with Cavese.
Style of play
In popular culture
In 1940s, popular singers Quartetto Cetra dedicated Virgilio a song, titled "Che centrattacco!" ("What a striker!").
- "Levratto, the net-tearer striker who scared the goalkeepers". 10 February 2014.