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Gianfranco Leoncini (born 25 September 1939 in Rome) is a retired Italian footballer. During his club career he played for Juventus F.C., Atalanta B.C. and A.C. Mantova. He earned 2 caps for the Italy national football team in 1966, and participated in the 1966 FIFA World Cup.[1] References ^ Gianfranco Leoncini FIFA competition record v • d • e Italy squad – 1966 FIFA World Cup 1 Albertosi • 2 Anzolin • 3 Barison • 4 Bulgarelli • 5 Burgnich • 6 Facchetti • 7 Fogli • 8 Guarneri • 9 Janich • 10 Juliano • 11 Landini • 12 Leoncini • 13 Lodetti • 14 Mazzola • 15 Meroni • 16 Pascutti • 17 Perani • 18 Pizzaballa • 19 Rivera • 20 Rizzo • 21 Rosato • 22 Salvadore (c) • Coach: Fabbri v • d • e Atalanta B.C. – Managers Cevenini (1929–30) · Viola (1930–33) · Payer (1933) · Mattea (1933–35) · Payer (1935–36) · Barbieri (1936–38) · Kertész (1938–39) · Fiorentini (1939–41) · Nehadoma (1941–46) · Meazza (1946) · Monti (1946) · Fiorentini (1946–49) · Carcano (1949) · Varglien (1949–51) · Neville (1951–52) · Ceresoli (1952) · Ferrero (1952–54) · Simonetti (1954) · Bonizzoni (1954–57) · Rigotti (1957–58) · Bonomi (1958) · Adamek (1958–59) · Valcareggi (1959–62) · Tabanelli (1962–63) · Quario (1963–64) · Ceresoli (1964) · Valcareggi (1964–65) · Puricelli (1965–66) · Angeleri (1966–67) · Tabanelli (1967–68) · Angeleri (1968–69) · Moro (1969) · Ceresoli (1969) · Viciani (1969–70) · Gei (1970) · Rota (1970) · Corsini (1970–74) · Herrera (1974–75) · Piccioli (1975) · Cadè (1975–76) · Leoncini (1976) · Rota (1976–80) · Bolchi (1980–81) · Corsini (1981) · Bianchi (1981–83) · Sonetti (1983–87) · Mondonico (1987–90) · Frosio (1990–91) · Giorgi (1991–92) · Lippi (1992–93) · Guidolin (1993) · Prandelli (1993–94) · Mondonico (1994–98) · Mutti (1998–99) · Vavassori (1999–2003) · Finardi (2003) · Mandorlini (2003–04) · Rossi (2004–05) · Colantuono (2005–07) · Delneri (2007–09) · Gregucci (2009) · Conte (2009–10) · Bonacinac (2010) · Mutti (2010) · Colantuono (2010–) (c) caretaker Persondata Name Leoncini, Gianfranco Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to Italian football is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e