Sergio Silvagni who was an Australian rules footballer who represented Carlton in the Victorian Football League and whose contribution to the Blues spanned three generations of his family, has died at the age of 83 on July 15th, 2021 Thursday morning. Silvagni is survived by his wife Rita, three daughters Lisa, Danielle, and Michelle, as well as son Stephen. President Mark LoGiudice said “Sergio was and always will be a legendary Carlton person,” further added “He was such an important figure to many Carlton supporters growing up during the 1960s, particularly those who had migrated to Australia and could instantly identify with one of their heroes. He would go on to become one of our greatest ever players and his impact on the club will forever hold a significant place in our history books. The Carlton Football Club mourns the loss of one of its Legends. On and off the field he embodied what it means to be a Carlton person and we offer our heartfelt condolences to his family.”
Following the news of Sergio Silvagni’s death, tributes began pouring in online for the legendary football player, with fans offering their condolences to his friends and family. Luca Ganano tweeted “t’s impossible to describe how much Sergio Silvagni meant to the Carlton Football Club and the Italian community in Melbourne in general. He was warm, funny & engaging, and I always found it a great thrill to be in his company.” Martin Pakula tweeted “Love to Rita, SOS, Jo, Jack, Ben and Tom on the loss of your husband, father, father in law, and grandfather, the @CarltonFC great Sergio Silvagni. Strength to you all.” Lou Sticca tweeted “Sergio Silvagni was single-handedly responsible for drawing thousands of Italian immigrants to support @CarltonFC That has become generational support. Many others have followed Sergio’s path. Condolences to Stephen, Jack, and the Silvagni family. #icon #RIP #legend #silvagnis.”
What was Sergio Silvagni Net Worth?
Sergio Silvagni Net Worth
$2 Million to $3 Million USD
Sergio Silvagni was an Australian rules footballer who represented Carlton in the Victorian Football League. He was born on 15 July 2021 in Melbourne, USA, he was 83 years at the time of his demise. During his school days, he was an outstanding schoolboy athlete. While competing for C.B.C. Clifton Hill in 1948 he won the Under-11 75-yard sprint at the Victorian Christian Brothers’ Combined Athletic Meeting. He played most of his career as a ruck rover. In 1968 and 1970, Silvagni played 239 games for the Blues and kicked 136 goals, winning two premierships. He won two best and fairest awards also captained the club. Silvagni retired at the end of 1971 but then held several off-field roles at Carlton, he served as a club’s committee, reserves coach, and as selector. In early 1978 he coached three senior games. Throughout his Carlton career, Silvagni wore the No. 1 jumper now his son Stephen who is following his father’s footsteps, Stephen is referred to as ‘SOS’ (Son of Serge).
The estimated Net Worth of Sergio Silvagni is between $2 Million to $3 Million USD.
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