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Alessio Tacchinardi

Italian Footballer
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Born Jul 23, 1975
Age 39

Alessio Tacchinardi is an Italian association football currently coach of Pizzighettone in Serie D and a former football player who played as defensive midfielder and spent the vast majority of his career playing for Juventus FC, winning 17 official trophies with the club. Tacchinardi is one of Juventus 50 Legends whose names are written inside the club's new stadium, the Juventus Stadium.… Read More

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  • Lory Tacchinardi
    Married 2004
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  • Lea Di Leo
    Fling 2003
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  • Elisa Triani
    Fling 2001
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  • Alessia Mancini
    Dated 2000 - 2001
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CHILDHOOD

1975 Birth Born on July 23, 1975.

TEENAGE

1992 16 Years Old Tacchinardi started his professional career in 1992 with Atalanta B.C.. … Read More
1994 18 Years Old After performing extremely well, he caught the eye of then Juventus director Luciano Moggi and was transferred to Juventus in July 1994. … Read More
1995 19 Years Old Tacchinardi also represented his nation at an international level. He made his Italy national football team debut in 1995. … Read More

TWENTIES

1996 20 Years Old His partnership with Edgar Davids was the most notable of his career, as the duo formed one of the most fierce center midfield partnerships between 1996 and 2004. … Read More
2002 26 Years Old Arguably, Alessio Tacchinardi's peak season was the 2002-2003 campaign, where he scored two goals in 27 appearances in the Serie A, while scoring two more goals in 13 UEFA Champions League appearances, a run in which Juventus reached the UEFA Champions League finals, only to lose to fellow Italians, AC Milan, in part due to the absence of the suspended Pavel Nedved. … Read More
2004 28 Years Old Since the break-up of Davids, Tacchinardi, Nedved, Camoranesi, and Zambrotta in 2004, it has been argued that Juventus have never had a stronger midfield quartet, despite the transfers of Ferreira Emerson, Patrick Viera, Mohammed Sissoko, Felipe Melo, and Diego Ribas da Cunha since then.
2005 29 Years Old In July 2005, Tacchinardi was transferred to Villarreal CF who signed him on one-year loan from Juventus, following the appointment of Fabio Capello, who took over the managerial position from Marcello Lippi, and also due in part to the purchases of Patrick Viera and Federico Balzaretti. … Read More

THIRTIES

2006 30 Years Old 1 More Event
He returned to Juventus on June 30, 2006, but following the Calciopoli troubles he extended his loan for one more year, in July 2006.
He returned to Juventus again in the summer of 2007, and it was believed that he would remain at the club, following the appointment of Claudio Ranieri and the club's new start, however his contract was mutually terminated in August 2007, following certain unspecified disagreements with the club's new board of directors.
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