Seria A Top Scorer's Record (1 Viewer)

Ramin

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Nov 18, 2003
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I was wondering who holds the top scorer's record in the Seria A. In the past 4/5 years, i dont think that anyone scored more than 24 goals. While This Year, with the expantion of Seria A to 20 teams and with the likes of Adriano, who already scored 13 goals. I think he's gonna break the record whatever it is, i dont think it more than 30 or so.

If someone can find who it is, or the top ten scorer's record. Then plz posted it here.
 

Mark

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Dec 19, 2003
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1. 1949-50 Gunnar Nordahl Milan 35
2. 1950-51 Gunnar Nordahl Milan 34
3. 1958-59 A. Valentin Angelillo Inter 33


Nordahl made 37 apperences when he scored those goals. Angelillo scored 33 in 33 games. Some scorers got 40 apperences in those days. Maybe they had some playoffs or something.
 
Dec 27, 2003
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"That Gunnar guy"????? Gunnar Nordahl was a Swedish giant twice as strong as John Charles. With his compatriots Liedholm and Gren he formed the legendary trio referred to as the "Gre-No-Li" that made Milan become the most successful Italian team of the 50's. With 225 serie A goals (in less than 250 games) scored, Nordahl quite simply is the second all-time scorer behind Silvio Piola.
 
Dec 27, 2003
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Top 5 of the all-time serie A scorers :

1) Silvio Piola 290 goals
2) Gunnar Nordahl 225 goals
3)Giuseppe Meazza 220 goals
4)Josè Altafini 216 goals
5)Roberto Baggio 200 + goals (don't remember the exact number)
 
Dec 27, 2003
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List of serie A topscorers since 1930 (between brackets is the number of teams participating to the tournament). Ambrosiana is of course the ancient name of Inter.


29-30 - Meazza (Ambrosiana) 31 (18)
30-31 - Volk (Roma) 29 (18)
31-32 - Petrone (Fiorentina) Schiavio (Bologna) 25 (18)
32-33 - Borel II (Juventus) **** 29 (18)
33-34 - Borel II (Juventus) 32 (18)
34-35 - Guaita (Roma) * 28 (16)
35-36 - Meazza (Ambrosiana) 25 (16)
36-37 - Piola (Lazio) 21 (16)
37-38 - Meazza (Ambrosiana) 20 (16)
38-39 - Boffi (Milan) Puricelli (Bologna) 19 (16)
39-40 - Boffi (Milan) 24 (16)
40-41 - Puricelli (Bologna) 22 (16)
41-42 - Boffi (Milan) 22 (16)
42-43 - Piola (Lazio) 21 (16)
45-46 - Castigliano (Torino) 13 girone finale (a 8 squadre)
46-47 - Mazzola V. (Torino) 29 (20)
47-48 - Boniperti (Juventus) 27 (21)
48-49 - Nyers (Inter) 26 (20)
49-50 - Nordahl (Milan) ** 35 (20)
50-51 - Nordahl (Milan) 34 (20)
51-52 - Hansen J. (Juventus) 30 (20)
52-53 - Nordahl (Milan) 26 (18)
53-54 - Nordahl (Milan) 23 (18)
54-55 - Nordahl (Milan) 27 (18)
55-56 - Pivatelli (Bologna) 29 (18)
56-57 - Da Costa (Roma) 22 (18)
57-58 - Charles (Juventus) 28 (18)
58-59 - Angelillo (Inter) *** 33 (18)
59-60 - Sivori (Juventus) 27 (18)
60-61 - Brighenti (Sampdoria) 27 (18)
61-62 - Altafini (Milan) Milani (Fiorentina) 22 (18)
62-63 - Manfredini (Roma) Nielsen (Bologna) 19 (18)
63-64 - Nielsen (Bologna) 21 (18)
64-65 - Orlando (Fiorentina) Mazzola A. (Inter) 17 (18)
65-66 - Vinicio (L.R. Vicenza) 25 (18)
66-67 - Riva (Cagliari) 18 (18)
67-68 - Prati (Milan) 15 (16)
68-69 - Riva (Cagliari) 20 (16)
69-70 - Riva (Cagliari) 21 (16)
70-71 - Boninsegna (Inter) 24 (16)
71-72 - Boninsegna (Inter) 22 (16)
72-73 - Savoldi (Bologna) Rivera (Milan) Pulici (Torino) 17 (16)
73-74 - Chinaglia (Lazio) 24 (16)
74-75 - Pulici (Torino) 18 (16)
75-76 - Pulici (Torino) 21 (16)
76-77 - Graziani F. (Torino) 21 (16)
77-78 - Rossi P. (L.R.Vicenza) 24 (16)
78-79 - Giordano (Lazio) 19 (16)
79-80 - Bettega (Juventus) 16 (16)
80-81 - Pruzzo (Roma) 18 (16)
81-82 - Pruzzo (Roma) 15 (16)
82-83 - Platini (Juventus) 16 (16)
83-84 - Platini (Juventus) 20 (16)
84-85 - Platini (Juventus) 18 (16)
85-86 - Pruzzo (Roma) 19 (16)
86-87 - Virdis (Milan) 17 (16)
87-88 - Maradona (Napoli) 15 (16)
88-89 - Serena (Inter) 22 (18)
89-90 - Van Basten (Milan) 19 (18)
90-91 - Vialli (Sampdoria) 19 (18)
91-92 - Van Basten (Milan) 25 (18)
92-93 - Signori (Lazio) 26 (18)
93-94 - Signori (Lazio) 23 (18)
94-95 - Batistuta (Fiorentina) 26 (18)
95-96 - Signori (Lazio) Protti (Bari) 24 (18)
96-97 - Inzaghi (Atalanta) 24 (18)
97-98 - Bierhoff (Udinese) 27 (18)
98-99 - M.Amoroso (Udinese) 22 (18)
99-00 - Shevchenko (Milan) 24 (18)
00-01 - Crespo (Lazio) 26 (18)
01-02 - Trezeguet (Juventus) Hubner (Piacenza) 24 (18)
02-03 - C. Vieri (Inter) 24 (18)
03-04 - Shevchenko (Milan) 24 (18)
 
Dec 27, 2003
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I just noticed a mistake in that list : Virdis was topscorer in 87-88, the year of Sacchi's Milan first (and only) domestic win. Maradona was topscorer the season before that.
 
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Ramin

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Nov 18, 2003
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Thanks Libero for the list.

Bes, nope, i've never heard of him before. I dont know anyone who played during 1940/50/60/70's except for some famous ones, only by name though.
 
Jan 7, 2004
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++ [ originally posted by Ramin ] ++
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Thanks Libero for the list.

Bes, nope, i've never heard of him before. I dont know anyone who played during 1940/50/60/70's except for some famous ones, only by name though.


i have read a book :cheesy: (very informative)
 

peckface

approaching curve
Oct 3, 2004
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++ [ originally posted by Elnur_E65 ] ++
Where was that Gunnar guy from?
Come on :sad: how can you not know of Nordahl :sad:. In Sweden he's a legend. Gunnar Gren och Nils Liedholm too.

Nordahl actually have a son who have played for Juve, Thomas Nordahl. I think he spent most of his time on the bench though. He also had two brothers who played football in Italy. Bertil Nordahl, Atalanta and Knut Nordahl, Roma. Quite good family reputation. ;)

<--- Another Swedish legend, Kurt Hamrin. ;)
 

Elnur_E65

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Feb 21, 2004
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++ [ originally posted by pecker ] ++


Come on :sad: how can you not know of Nordahl :sad:. In Sweden he's a legend. Gunnar Gren och Nils Liedholm too.

Nordahl actually have a son who have played for Juve, Thomas Nordahl. I think he spent most of his time on the bench though. He also had two brothers who played football in Italy. Bertil Nordahl, Atalanta and Knut Nordahl, Roma. Quite good family reputation. ;)

<--- Another Swedish legend, Kurt Hamrin. ;)
Sorry, never heard of him :)
 

Daddi

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Oct 27, 2004
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I like Kurre Hamrins crazy goal when he soloed some lousy country in black and white. DOnt remember when, but ive seen that goal many times ;)
 

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