(Belgium), Inter Milan (Italy), Bordeaux (France), Auxerre (France),
Torino (Italy), Monaco (France), Anderlecht (Belgium), Charleroi
Vincenzo "Enzo" Scifo (born February 19, 1966) is a Belgian
Enzo Scifo was born to Italian parents and proved himself an highly
promising talent in youth football. He joined the Belgium side
R.A.A. Louviéroise aged fourteen but soon transferred to R.S.C.
Anderlecht, making his first team debut in 1983. He began to
play internationally for Belgium in June 1984 against
Yugoslavia. He moved to Inter Milan in 1987 but did very poorly,
soon moving to Girondins Bordeaux in 1988 where he again
disappointed. His career was revived by a successful move to AJ
Auxerre in 1989, which led to a return to Italy with Torino in
1991. He then moved to AS Monaco (1993) before ending his career
with his first club, Anderlecht (1997). He retired in 2000 after
being diagnosed with chronic arthritis.
He tried his hand at coaching with R. Charleroi S.C., joining
them for the 2000-01 season. Indifferent results led to his
resignation in June 2002. He now trains A.F.C. Tubize, a Belgian
Second Division team.
He appeared for Belgium in the World Cups of 1986, 1990, 1994,
and 1998, playing 16 games. In total he gained 84 international
caps and scored 18 goals.