Angelo Di Livio (born July 26, 1966 in Rome) is an Italian
football (soccer) midfielder who currently plays for Fiorentina
in the Italian Serie A.
Di Livio has played for Reggiana (1985-86), Nocerina (1986-87),
Perugia (1987-89), Padova (1989-93), Juventus (1993-99), and
Fiorentina (1999-). With Juventus, he won three scudettos and
one Champions League title. In 2001, when AC Fiorentina went
bankrupt and was re-born as Fiorentina Viola in Serie C2, Di
Livio was the only player to stay with the team, showing his
dedication for the bankrupted side, and played through the
depths of Italian soccer to rise back to Serie A in 2004.
For Italy, Di Livio has been capped 40 times. He played for his
country at Euro 96, the 1998 World Cup, Euro 2000, and the 2002