Simone Perrotta

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Simone Perrotta
Simone Perrotta 2007.jpg
Simone Perrotta 2005
birthday 17th September 1977
place of birth Ashton-under-LyneEngland
size 178 cm
position midfield
Years station
1990-1995 Reggina Calcio
Years station Games (goals) 1
1995-1998 Reggina Calcio 77 0(1)
1998-1999 Juventus Turin 5 0(0)
1999-2001 AS Bari 56 0(1)
2001-2004 AC Chievo Verona 95 0(6)
2004-2013 AS Roma 245 (36)
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
1998-2000 Italy U-21 6 0(1)
2002-2009 Italy 49 0(2)
1 Only league games are given.

Simone Perrotta (born September 17, 1977 in Ashton-under-Lyne , England ) is a former Italian football player .


In the club

The midfielder Perrotta began his career in the 1995/96 season at Reggina Calcio before joining in 1998 Juventus moved. Here, however, he did not get a chance (only five games) and therefore moved to AS Bari the following season . However, the club was relegated to Serie B and Perrotta moved to AC Chievo Verona in 2001 . This change turned out to be spot on for him, which was certainly also due to the coach Luigi Delneri at the time . However, technology and charisma are not his world; he can, however, add commitment, energy and the will to win.

In 2004, Perrotta moved from Verona to AS Roma for 7.2 million euros , where he became a permanent player.

On August 19, 2007, Simone Perrotta made history in the final of the Italian Super Cup against Inter Milan when he was shown the red card by referee Rosetti just before his planned substitution , which raised many questions. Allegedly, minutes before the incident, Perrotta spoke too loudly from the bench about a contentious situation, which the fourth official referee then reported.

In the national team

In 2002 Simone Perrotta made his debut in the Italian national team . He represented Italy at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney , EURO 2004 , EURO 2008 and the 2006 World Cup . At this tournament he developed under coach Marcello Lippi to become a regular player in the Italian national team and became world champion.

Achievements / titles

As a national player

With the club

Web links

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