Julio Libonatti (5 July 1901 – 9 October 1981) was a football manager and former footballer who played as a forward for the Argentina national team and Italy national team. Born in Rosario, Argentina, he started his career with Newell's Old Boys in 1917. In 1925 he became the first recorded trans-Atlantic transfer, when he moved to Italian club Torino. With 150 total goals with Torino, he is the second most prolific scorer in the history of the Torinese club after Paolo Pulici (172). He won the Scudetto with Torino in 1926–27 and 1927–28, although the first title was later revoked. Later in his career he also represented Genoa and Libertas Rimini.

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  • Julio Libonatti (5 July 1901 – 9 October 1981) was a football manager and former footballer who played as a forward for the Argentina national team and Italy national team. Born in Rosario, Argentina, he started his career with Newell's Old Boys in 1917. In 1925 he became the first recorded trans-Atlantic transfer, when he moved to Italian club Torino. With 150 total goals with Torino, he is the second most prolific scorer in the history of the Torinese club after Paolo Pulici (172). He won the Scudetto with Torino in 1926–27 and 1927–28, although the first title was later revoked. Later in his career he also represented Genoa and Libertas Rimini. Internationally, Libonatti won the 1921 South American Championship with Argentina. He later represented Italy and won the 1927–30 Central European International Cup. (en)
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  • Julio Libonatti (5 July 1901 – 9 October 1981) was a football manager and former footballer who played as a forward for the Argentina national team and Italy national team. Born in Rosario, Argentina, he started his career with Newell's Old Boys in 1917. In 1925 he became the first recorded trans-Atlantic transfer, when he moved to Italian club Torino. With 150 total goals with Torino, he is the second most prolific scorer in the history of the Torinese club after Paolo Pulici (172). He won the Scudetto with Torino in 1926–27 and 1927–28, although the first title was later revoked. Later in his career he also represented Genoa and Libertas Rimini. (en)
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