Giovanni Azzini (born 28 September 1929 in Quinzano d'Oglio; died 4 June 1994 in Cremona) was an Italian footballer.He is mostly remembered for being accused of fixing a game that his team Calcio Padova lost on 30 March 1958 to Atalanta B.C. 0–3. He maintained that the key witness, his ex-girlfriend Silveria Marchesini, was lying as revenge for him leaving her. Nevertheless, he was found guilty and banned from football for life.

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  • Giovanni Azzini (born 28 September 1929 in Quinzano d'Oglio; died 4 June 1994 in Cremona) was an Italian footballer.He is mostly remembered for being accused of fixing a game that his team Calcio Padova lost on 30 March 1958 to Atalanta B.C. 0–3. He maintained that the key witness, his ex-girlfriend Silveria Marchesini, was lying as revenge for him leaving her. Nevertheless, he was found guilty and banned from football for life. The ban was later reduced to 2 years on appeal.He played his only game for the Italy national football team on 21 July 1952 in a game against Hungary during the 1952 Summer Olympics.He played for 5 seasons (152 games, 2 goals) in the Serie A for Padova. (en)
  • Giovanni Azzini (born 28 September 1929 in Quinzano d'Oglio; died 4 June 1994 in Cremona) was an Italian footballer who played as a midfielder. (en)
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  • Giovanni Azzini (born 28 September 1929 in Quinzano d'Oglio; died 4 June 1994 in Cremona) was an Italian footballer who played as a midfielder. (en)
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