Leffe (Italy), Hellas Verona (Italy), Piacenza (Italy), AC Parma
(Italy), Atalanta (Italy), Juventus (Italy), AC Milan (Italy)
SuperCup winner (Milan AC) 2003 Champions League winner (Milan AC) 1997 Italian SuperCup winner (Juventus) 1998 Serie A Champions (Juventus) 2004 Serie A Champions (Milan AC) 2003 Italian Cup winner (Milan AC) 2000 European Championship Finals (Italy)
Filippo Inzaghi (born August 9, 1973, in Piacenza, Italy)
is a professional soccer player who plays the forward position.
He has played for several club teams in Italy, currently playing
for Italian Serie A giants A.C. Milan, and has previously been
selected to play on the Italian national football team in
various international matches and tournaments. He has won the
Italian Serie A league championship (also known as the scudetto)
with Juventus and most recently with A.C. Milan. Most recently,
he was left off the Italian squad for Euro 2004 in favour of
such forwards as Bernardo Corradi, Alessandro Del Piero, Marco
Di Vaio, Francesco Totti, and Christian Vieri.
He was often criticized for being a diver, i.e. a player that
fakes fouls in order to gain penalties or free kicks.