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After the suspension due to the war, Udinese was inserted in the "Veneto-emiliano" group including 36 teams from B and C. Sergio Manente made his debut with the bianconeri. He was to become one of Juventus' master players with his 231 matches.
The bianconeri remained in Serie B until the 1947-48 season when the Federation restored it into a single championship. For this reason, in order to gain salvation Udinese had to finish at least in 6th place. Unfortunately they only managed to get the tenth position with 35 points.
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At the end of 1951-52 season, Giuseppe Bertoli decided to give full responsibility of the club to his son-in-law, Dino Bruseschi, leading a wood enterprise in Palmanova. Bertoli became honorary president and Bruseschi proved a good business man calling Aldo Olivieri back to train the team, and selling Travagini to Milan for a large amount of money. Toni Bacchetti, an authentic football genius joined from Napoli, a new goalkeeper, Pin, from Mestrina, and Vascellari from Treviso. They played good football but at half-way the team got lost, and were beaten in the following matches: relegation seemed closer and closer. At the very last match day in Busto Arsizio bianconeri won 3-2, although it turned out to be a combine.
 
The next season Dino Bruseschi wanted a new coach, Peppino Bigogno; he obtained Puccioni goalkeeper, from Inter; Invernizzi, midfielder; from Fiorentina; Bertrandi, from Brescia; Zamboni, from Venezia; Romano, from Pro Gorizia and Orzan, from Vigevano Stucchi. The president also wanted at all costs the Swedish forward Arne Selmosson, also known as the famous Moon Beam, but the player was not allowed to come and play in the Italian Championship.
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At the end of 1951-52 season, Giuseppe Bertoli decided to give full responsibility of the club to his son-in-law, Dino Bruseschi, leading a wood enterprise in Palmanova. Bertoli became honorary president and Bruseschi proved a good business man calling Aldo Olivieri back to train the team, and selling Travagini to Milan for a large amount of money. Toni Bacchetti, an authentic football genius joined from Napoli, a new goalkeeper, Pin, from Mestrina, and Vascellari from Treviso. They played good football but at half-way the team got lost, and were beaten in the following matches: relegation seemed closer and closer. At the very last match day in Busto Arsizio bianconeri won 3-2, although it turned out to be a combine.
 
The next season Dino Bruseschi wanted a new coach, Peppino Bigogno; he obtained Puccioni goalkeeper, from Inter; Invernizzi, midfielder; from Fiorentina; Bertrandi, from Brescia; Zamboni, from Venezia; Romano, from Pro Gorizia and Orzan, from Vigevano Stucchi. The president also wanted at all costs the Swedish forward Arne Selmosson, also known as the famous Moon Beam, but the player was not allowed to come and play in the Italian Championship.
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