He was born on April 1, 1954 and he played 15 years at Fiorentina (1972-1987) in 341 games. He scored 61 goals for the band “Viola”.
World champion with Italy in 1982, he has73 selections and 7 goals for Squadra Azzurra. He wasincorporated on October 1, 2010 in the Hall of Fame, receiving the award for “Legend of football” at Golden Foot Award. With Fiorentina, Antognoni won the Italian Cup in 1975 and the title of vice-champion in 1982.
He was born on May 8, 1960. Franco Baresi is considered the most valuable libero (defender) in football history. Vice world champion with Italy in 1994 and bronze medal in 1990 with the Squadra Azzurra, Baresi won the Champions League three times with AC Milan in 1989, with Steaua 4-0 in the final, 1-0 to Benfica Lisabona in 1990 and 1994 4-0 Barcelona. He also has two Intercontinental Cups with AC Milan in 1989 and 1990, and three Supercups of Europe in 1989, 1990, 1994. With AC Milan has six titles and four Italian Supercups.
Baresi has 81 selections in the italian national in which he scored a goal. In 2013, he was included in Italy Football Hall of Fame. As absolutely homage, the club AC Milan withdrew for good the shirt with number 6 on that Baresi wore it from 1977 to 1997. He debuted in the national on December 4, 1982, in Florence, in the match against Romania 0-0.
He was born on April 7, 1966 and he played for Cesena, Padova, but the glory knew it in his Inter Milan jersey, where he played eight years between 1988 and 1996 in 178 games in Serie A and scored 9 goals for Inter. Bianchi has 9 attendencesin the national team of Italy. He won the Il Scudetto with Inter in 1989, the Italian Super Cup in the same year and UEFA Cup, all with Internazionale in 1991 and in 1994.
He was born on January 1, 1963 and now he is the coachof Italy’s national Under 20. He played 13 years for AC Milan (1980-1993), another 4 for Sampdoria (1993-1997) and ended his career playing a year for Reggiana and another year for Carrarese. In total, he raised 409 games and scored 17 goals, of which 296 games and 14 goals for AC Milan.
Evani has 15 selections in Squadra Azzurra and as acoach he was the selector of Italy U18 and U19. He won Serie B with AC Milan and then three times with Il Scudeto (1988, 1992, 1993). Also with AC Milan, he won the Italian Supercup (1988, 1992, 1993), the European Cup (1989, 1990), European Super Cup (1989.1990) and the Intercontinental Cup (1989, 1990). He was finalist of the World Cup with Italy in 1994.
He was born on March 16, 1963. He played for Como (1980-1983), Sampdoria (1983-1986), Verona (1986-1988), Juventus (1988-1994), Como (1994-1998). He has three selections at the Italy’s national. Galia won the UEFA Cup with Juve in 1990, and the title and Italian Cup. He won again the UEFA Cup in 1993 with Juve. He was a semifinalist at the Summer Olympics 1988 in Italy. For Juventus, he played 157 games in Serie A, scoring 5 goals.
He was born on September 27, 1953 in Libya, hence the nickname of “the Arab”. The world champion with Italy in 1982, he has made a career at Juventus Torino, the biggest club in the Italian peninsula, for which he played 11 years (1973-1984) in 283 games, scoring 9 goals.
In the national team, he has collected 71 selections(1975-1984), winning besides the world title recalled, six titles with Juventus, one UEFA Cup, one Cup Winners’ Cup and two Italian Cups. Currently, Gentile is the coach of swiss band FC Sion.
Goalkeeper of great talent, he was born on January 8, 1967. He played most of his career for Fiorentina (1985-2000), then to Palermo, Ternana and Livorno. He withdrew from Serie A at the age of 38 years and 134 days, on May 22, 2005, in a match Livorno – Juventus. He also played four seasons in Serie B for Pistoiese.
He was born on September 2, 1967 and he played forCesena (1984 to 1988), Rome (1988-1994), Torino (1994-1996), Bayern Munich (1996-1998), Piacenza (1998-2000) and Cesena (2000 -2001). He has 9 selections and 2 goals for the representative Italy.
With AS Roma, Rizzitelli won theItalian Cup in 1991 and in the same year he lost the UEFA Cup final against Inter Milan. He won the title with Bayern Munich in Bundesliga in 1997.
He was born on January 1, 1974 and was an exceptional attacker, playing for Cesena (1993-1994), Forli (1994-1995), Spal (1995-1996), Cesena (1996-1999), Verona (1999-2004) Bologna (2002-2003), Cesena (2004-2008) and Sassuolo (2008-2011). He managed to score 18 goals in Serie B in the 2005-2006 season, for Cesena.
Toto Schillaci, nicknamed Salvatore della Patria after World Cup 1990, was born on December 1, 1964. He played for Messina (1982-1989) in 219 games, scoring 61 goals. In 1989, he was transferred to Juventus Torino for which he played in 90 games, scoring 26 goals. From 1992 to 1994 he dressed his Inter Milano jersey (30 games, 11 goals). He ended his career in Japan, playing three years, until 1997 for Jubilo Iwata in 78 games managed 56 goals. For Squadra Azzurra, he scored 7 goals in 16 games.
Schillaci was one of the top scorers of World Cup inItaly in 1990 with six goals, receiving the Golden Boot of the tournament.
He won the Italian Cup and UEFA Cup with Juventus Torino in 1990. With Inter Milan he won the UEFA Cup in 1994, and with Jubilo Iwata he won the Japan championship in 1997. With Squadra Azzzurra he took the bronze medal at the World Championships in 1990.
He was born on May 13, 1957. He was the follower of Dino Zoff’s in the gate of Juventus Torino, and in the Italian national team. He played for Juventus for a decade (1983-1993), defending Juve’s gate in 254 games.
Tacconi has 7 selections at the Italian national, being a champion with Juvetus in 1984 and 1986, winner of the Cup Winners’ Cup in 1984, European Cup in 1985 and the Intercontinental Cup the same year. In 1990, he won with Juventus the UEFA Cup and the Italian Cup.
He also played for Inter Milan, Avellino, Livorno and Genoa.