Italian football legend Luigi Radice, who led Torino to their last Scudetto, has died at the age of 83.
Radice won three Scudetti with Milan as a player and was part of the Rossoneri side who became Italy’s first-ever European Cup champions in 1963.
He then guided Toro to what remains their only Serie A title since the Superga disaster in 1976.
‘Gigi’, who also coached the likes of Fiorentina, Bologna and Inter, was an early proponent of pressing and zonal marking.
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