Antonio ("Toni") Brogno (born 19 July 1973) is a retired Belgian football striker who was last on the books of Olympic Charleroi. Before that he also played for Sedan, OH Leuven, Westerlo and Sporting Charleroi, where his brother was an assistant manager. He finished top scorer of the Belgian First Division in 1999–2000 with the same number of goals (30) as Ole Martin Årst. He also played for the national football team 7 times.

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  • Antonio ("Toni") Brogno (born 19 July 1973) is a retired Belgian football striker who was last on the books of Olympic Charleroi. Before that he also played for Sedan, OH Leuven, Westerlo and Sporting Charleroi, where his brother was an assistant manager. He finished top scorer of the Belgian First Division in 1999–2000 with the same number of goals (30) as Ole Martin Årst. He also played for the national football team 7 times. (en)
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  • Antonio ("Toni") Brogno (born 19 July 1973) is a retired Belgian football striker who was last on the books of Olympic Charleroi. Before that he also played for Sedan, OH Leuven, Westerlo and Sporting Charleroi, where his brother was an assistant manager. He finished top scorer of the Belgian First Division in 1999–2000 with the same number of goals (30) as Ole Martin Årst. He also played for the national football team 7 times. (en)
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