David Di Michele

David Di Michele

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David Di Michele

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David Di Michele (born 6 January 1976 in Guidonia, Italy) is an Italian footballer who currently plays as a striker for Lecce.

Club career

Di Michele, whose mother is from Casarano, began his career with Lodigiani (now Cisco Roma) in the Italian Serie C1 near to his hometown Guidonia, and played for them from 1993 to 1996. He was then transferred to Foggia Calcio in the Italian Serie B.

He had a short stint in Foggia, playing just two seasons before being transferred to Salernitana. With Salernitana, he made his Serie A debut, however the following year Salernitana were relegated to Serie B.


After two seasons with Salernitana in Serie B, he was transferred to Udinese for the 2001/02 season. After the 2001/02 season with Udinese, he played two seasons with Reggina, only to be transferred back to Udinese in 2004/05. In the 2005/06 season, he played half a season with Udinese and took part in the UEFA Champions League.

In a 2004/05 Coppa Italia match against Lecce, he scored 2 goals before replacing keeper Samir Handanovic in goal after the latter was sent off. He stopped a key penalty in the final minutes of the game to ensure a 5-4 victory for Udinese.


Halfway through the 2005–06 season Di Michele's contract was sold to Palermo., with Simone Pepe, Salvatore Masiello and Nicola Santoni move to oppose direction. He made his debut for Palermo in a Serie A home match against Parma, in which he scored two goals in...
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