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Alessandro Del Piero

Alessandro Del Piero
 
Complete Name: Alessandro Del Piero
Nationality: Italian
Place of Birth: Conegliano, Italy
Date of Birth: 09/11/1974
Height: 173 cm
Weight: 73 kg
National Team: Italy- A, U21
Current Club: Juventus (Italy)
Position: Attacking Midfielder,Forward
 

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Club career history

Padova (Italy), Juventus (Italy)
 

Honours

1995
Italian Cup (Coppa Italia)
Serie A Title
Italian Supercup

1996
UEFA Champions League
Intercontinental Cup
European Supercup
U-21 European Footballer of the Year

1997
Serie A Title
Italian Supercup
Intercontinental Cup MVP
UCL Top Scorer

1998
Serie A Title
UCL Top Scorer

2002
Serie A Title
Italian Supercup

2003
Serie A Title
Italian Supercup
 

Biography

Alessandro Del Piero (born November 9, 1974 in Conegliano) is an Italian football player. He usually plays as a forward or between the midfield and the strikers.

Del Piero started his professional career in 1991 with Padova of Italian Serie B. In 1993, he transferred to Juventus, and has been there ever since. With the Turin club, he won the Serie A championship five times (1995, 1997, 1998, 2002, and 2003), the Champions League (1996), and the Toyota Cup (1996). His best season was in 1997-98, when he scored 21 goals in Serie A.

Despite a large amount of success on the club level, Del Piero has experienced a lot of incosistency with the Italian national team. Coming into the 1998 World Cup with huge expectations, he competed with fan favorite Roberto Baggio for a spot, and had a down tournament. Del Piero then became the scapegoat for Italy's loss in Euro 2000 final, missing a clear-cut chance. He then played in the 2002 World Cup, and finally did score his World Cup goal, but Italy once again exited early. Despite his past inconsistency, Del Piero was not half as bad as the rest of the Italian national team at Euro 2004. But despite the relative failure in major tournaments, Del Piero has been one of his country's best players at the turn of the 21st century. As of the end of 2004, he scored 24 goals in 67 caps for Italy.
 

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