Como Calcio 1907 players

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  1. Gianluca Zambrotta

    Gianluca Zambrotta


    Gianluca Zambrotta (born 19 February 1977) is an Italian former footballer and a manager.

  2. Carlo Cudicini

    Carlo Cudicini


    Carlo Cudicini (born 6 September 1973) is an Italian goalkeeper who is retired. He is the son of the former AC Milan goalkeeper Fabio Cudicini, and the grandson of Circolo Sportivo Ponziana 1912 defender Guglielmo Cudicini.

  3. Marco Tardelli

    Marco Tardelli


    Marco Tardelli (born 24 September 1954) is an Italian former football player and manager. He played as a defensive midfielder with Juventus amongst other teams and the Italian national team. A World Cup winner, he also enjoyed a highly successful career at club level, winning multiple league and cup titles and four major UEFA competitions (European Cup, Cup Winner's Cup, UEFA Cup and UEFA Super Cup). In 2004, Tardelli was named 37th in the UEFA Golden Jubilee Poll.

  4. Aldo Serena

    Aldo Serena


    Aldo Serena (born in Montebelluna on 25 June 1960) is an Italian former footballer, who was usually deployed as a forward. He played for the Azzurri in the 1986 FIFA World Cup and the 1990 FIFA World Cup, where Italy finished in third place. Serena was a strong, dedicated, and athletic forward who excelled in the air, in particular with his head. He was also capable of finishing well with his powerful and accurate left foot.

  5. Paolo Rossi

    Paolo Rossi


    Paolo Rossi (born 23 September 1956) is an Italian former footballer, who played as a forward. In 1982, he led Italy to the 1982 FIFA World Cup title, scoring six goals to win the Golden Boot as top goalscorer, and the Golden Ball for the player of the tournament. Rossi is one of only three players to have won all three awards at a World Cup, along with Garrincha in 1962, and Mario Kempes in 1978. Rossi was also awarded the 1982 Ballon d'Or as the European Footballer of the Year for his performances.

  6. Hansi Müller

    Hansi Müller


    Hans-Peter "Hansi" Müller (born 27 July 1957 in Stuttgart) is a former German footballer.

  7. Claudio Borghi

    Claudio Borghi


    Claudio Daniel Borghi Bidos (born 28 September 1964), nicknamed Bichi, is an Argentine former footballer. He has been active as a player and coach mostly in Argentina and Chile.

  8. Marco Simone

    Marco Simone


    Marco Simone (born 7 January 1969 in Castellanza) is an Italian former professional footballer, who played as a striker or winger and current manager of Tours FC. He most prominently played for AC Milan, with whom he won four Italian Serie A championships, as well as French clubs Paris Saint-Germain and AS Monaco. Simone played four games for the Italian national team.

  9. Pietro Vierchowod

    Pietro Vierchowod


    Pietro Vierchowod (Ukrainian: Петро Іванович Верховод, Russian: Пётр Иванович Верховод; born 6 April 1959) is an Italian former footballer and current manager. He also represented the Italian national side during his career.

  10. Adriano Lombardi

    Adriano Lombardi


    Adriano Lombardi (7 August 1945 – 30 November 2007), nicknamed il rosso di Ponsacco, was an Italian football player and a football coach, mostly known for his time spent at U.S. Avellino.

  11. Nicola Amoruso

    Nicola Amoruso


    Nicola Amoruso (born 29 August 1974) is a former Italian footballer who played as a striker. His nicknames were piede caldo (Hot Foot) and Dinamite. He is currently the sporting director of Palermo.

  12. Stephen Makinwa

    Stephen Makinwa


    Stephen Ayodele Makinwa (born 26 July 1983 in Lagos, Nigeria) is a Nigerian football striker who plays for Slovenian PrvaLiga club Gorica. Makinwa also played for the Nigerian national team. His name, Ayodele, means "Joy has come home".

  13. Massimo Taibi

    Massimo Taibi


    Massimo Taibi (born 18 February 1970) is a retired Italian footballer, who played as a goalkeeper for several clubs, mostly in Italy's Serie A, B, and C1. He had a brief spell at English club Manchester United.

  14. Luciano Ramella

    Luciano Ramella


    Luciano Ramella (born April 10, 1914, in Pollone; died in 1990) was an Italian professional football player.

  15. Marco Rossi (footballer born 1978)

    Marco Rossi (footballer born 1978)


    Marco Rossi (born 1 April 1978) is an Italian retired footballer who played as a right midfielder.

  16. Alessandro Turini

    Alessandro Turini


    Alessandro Turini (born January 14, 1950 in Busto Arsizio) is a retired Italian professional football player.

  17. Nelson Abeijón

    Nelson Abeijón


    Nelson Javier Abeijón Pessi (born July 21, 1973 in Montevideo) is a retired Uruguayan footballer. He is nicknamed Abe or Abeja, due to his last name similarity with the word abeja (Spanish for bee).

  18. Fabio Viviani (footballer)

    Fabio Viviani (footballer)


    Fabio Viviani (born September 29, 1966 in Lucca) is an Italian professional football coach and former player, currently under contract with Palermo as technical collaborator.

  19. Gigi Meroni

    Gigi Meroni


    Luigi "Gigi" Meroni (24 February 1943 – 15 October 1967) was an Italian professional footballer who played as a winger.

  20. Stefano Rossini

    Stefano Rossini


    Stefano Rossini (born 2 February 1971 in Viadana) is an Italian footballer, who has played for numerous clubs throughout his career.

  21. Fabio Pecchia

    Fabio Pecchia


    Fabio Pecchia (born 24 August 1973) is an Italian former footballer who played as a midfielder; he is currently the assistant coach of Real Madrid. Throughout his career, he was also known as "l'avvocato" (the lawyer, in Italian), as he obtained a law degree through the University of Naples.

  22. Franco Pancheri

    Franco Pancheri


    Franco Pancheri (born January 25, 1958 in Travagliato) is an Italian professional football coach and a former player.

  23. Antonio Rigamonti

    Antonio Rigamonti


    Antonio Rigamonti (born April 5, 1949 in Carate Brianza) is a retired Italian professional football player.

  24. Ottorino Piotti

    Ottorino Piotti


    Ottorino Piotti (born 31 July 1954) is an Italian former professional footballer, who played as a goalkeeper. He made 200 appearances in Serie A, most notably for Avellino, Milan and Atalanta, during the late 1970s and 1980s.

  25. Walter Casaroli

    Walter Casaroli


    Walter Casaroli (born April 13, 1957 in Rome) is a retired Italian professional football player.

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