Valentino Sala (October 8, 1908 in Morimondo – December 27, 2002) was an Italian professional football player and coach. His younger brother Costantino Sala played in the Serie A for Ambrosiana-Inter in the 1930s. To distinguish them, Valentino was referred to as Sala I and Costantino as Sala II.

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  • Valentino Sala (October 8, 1908 in Morimondo – December 27, 2002) was an Italian professional football player and coach. His younger brother Costantino Sala played in the Serie A for Ambrosiana-Inter in the 1930s. To distinguish them, Valentino was referred to as Sala I and Costantino as Sala II. (en)
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  • Valentino Sala (October 8, 1908 in Morimondo – December 27, 2002) was an Italian professional football player and coach. His younger brother Costantino Sala played in the Serie A for Ambrosiana-Inter in the 1930s. To distinguish them, Valentino was referred to as Sala I and Costantino as Sala II. (en)
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