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- Leandro Arpinati (29 February 1892 – 22 April 1945) was an Italian politician. Arpinati was born at Civitella di Romagna. Before World War I, he was originally...
- local groups, so in 1926 it took the direct control of FIGC with Leandro Arpinati as president, who merged two Roman clubs and newborn Napoli into the Milan-based...
- criteria. Only in 1928 was the big reform conceived by FIGC president Leandro Arpinati: after a year, a new second division based on the same national format...
-  (31 December 2017)  • Total 7,150  • Density 130/km2 (340/sq mi) Demonym Arpinati Time zone UTC+1 (CET)  • Summer (DST) UTC+2 (CEST) Postal code 03033 Dialing code...
- Olympic Committee In office 5 May 1933 – 31 October 1939 Preceded by Leandro Arpinati Succeeded by Rino Parenti Personal details Born (1889-08-18)18 August 1889...
- Luigi Bozino 1923–1924 Directory 1924 17 Luigi Bozino 1924–1926 18 Leandro Arpinati 1926–1933 19 Giorgio Vaccaro 1933–1942 20 Luigi Ridolfi Vay da Verrazzano...
- strong floriculture. In 1927, Pistoiese won their first major honours, the Arpinati Cup. After winning minor regional championships, they were elected to play...
- March 1928 12 September 1929 1 year, 183 days — Undersecretary Leandro Arpinati (1892–1945) 12 September 1929 8 May 1933 3 years, 238 days — Undersecretary...
- Serrazanetti founded the second local section, along with his friends Leandro Arpinati and Gino Baroncini. He was a squadrista in Bologna during the Biennio Rosso...
- Ferretti (1925–1928) Augusto Turati (1928–1930) Iti Bacci (1930–1931) Leandro Arpinati (1931–1933) Achille Starace (1933–1939) Rino Parenti (1939–1940) Raffaele...