Fabio Grosso

Fabio Grosso

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Fabio Grosso

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Fabio Grosso, <small>Cavaliere Ufficiale OMRI</small> (born 28 November 1977 in Rome, Italy) is an Italian World Cup-winning footballer who currently plays for Serie A club Juventus. Grosso is primarily a left wingback, but can also play as left back. He is also a free kick, penalty kick and corner kick specialist. He scored the decisive late first goal against Germany in the 2006 World Cup semi-final and also scored the winning penalty in the penalty shootout against France in the final that won the trophy for the Azzurri.

Club career

Renato Curi

Grosso was born in Rome, but hails from Chieti in Abruzzo, where his family soon returned. Grosso joined Renato Curi Angolana in 1994, and played in the club's youth system until 1995. He was promoted to the senior squad for the 1995–1996 season, and soon became a key part of the first team. Following the 1997–1998 season, he left the Eccellenza club, to join Calcio Chieti for an undisclosed transfer fee. Grosso made 108 official appearances for Renato Curi, scoring a very impressive 47 goals as an attacking midfielder and left winger.

Chieti

Grosso transferred to Calcio Chieti of Serie C2 in the summer of 1998. An attacking midfielder at the time, he again impressed in his three season spell with Chieti. He scored 17 goals in 68 league appearances. Following several impressive...
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