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Giuseppe Pancaro

Italian Footballer
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Born Aug 26, 1971

Giuseppe Pancaro is a former Italian football defender. Pancaro started his career with Cagliari Calcio in 1992. After Cagliari were relegated in 1997, he transferred to S.S. Lazio. In summer 2003, Pancaro transferred to A.C. Milan in exchange for Demetrio Albertini. In 2004, he signed a one year extension for the club. In 2005, Pancaro moved to ACF Fiorentina on a free transfer and then moved onto Torino F.C. the following season, retiring at the end of 2006-07.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1971 Birth Born on August 26, 1971.

TWENTIES

1992 20 Years Old Pancaro made his professional debut with Cagliari Calcio, after the club's owner Massimo Cellino acquired him in 1992; although he only made 10 appearances during his first two seasons, he soon established himself as a key member of the starting line-up.
1993 21 Years Old In the 1993-94 UEFA Cup, Pancaro made his European debut, scoring the match winning goal in the first leg of the semi-final, after coming on as a substitute, as Cagliari beat eventual champions Inter 3-2.
1997 25 Years Old After Cagliari were relegated in 1997, he transferred to S.S. Lazio, where he remained for six seasons, winning the 1999-2000 Serie A title, two Coppa Italia titles (1997-98 and 1999-2000), two Italian Supercups, the 1998-99 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, and the 1999 UEFA Super Cup, also reaching the final of the UEFA Cup in 1998.

THIRTIES

2003 31 Years Old In the summer of 2003, Pancaro transferred to A.C. Milan in exchange for Demetrio Albertini, where he played for two seasons.
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His consistency and work-rate made him an important part of Milan's squad, as he won his second Serie A title, as well as an Italian Supercup, also reaching the final of the 2004-05 UEFA Champions League, notably scoring a goal in an away victory over Brescia in 2003.
2005 33 Years Old In 2005, Pancaro moved to ACF Fiorentina on a free transfer, for two seasons, making 18 appearances, as his former Lazio team-mate Giuseppe Favalli was brought in to replace him at Milan.
2006 34 Years Old He then moved onto Torino F.C. the following season, retiring at the end of the 2006-07 season, at the age of 36. … Read More
2007 35 Years Old On 27 June 2007, Pancaro married the Italian former show-girl Vincenza Cacace, with whom he has two children: a son Riccardo, born in December 2005, and a daughter Virginia, born in January 2009. … Read More

FORTIES

2012 40 Years Old Pancaro took his first coaching role in July 2012, working as assistant to Dario Marcolin at Serie B outfit Modena and leaving the club together with the whole coaching staff after the latter's dismissal in March 2013.
2014 42 Years Old In June 2014, he was named new head coach of recently relegated Lega Pro club Juve Stabia. … Read More
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