Federico Agliardi

Federico Agliardi

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Federico Agliardi (born 11 February 1983) is an Italian football, currently playing as goalkeeper with Bologna F.C. 1909.


Agliardi grew up in his native city's team, Brescia Calcio, and made his professional debut with Cosenza of Serie B on 2002–03. He debuted in Serie A on 8 November 2003 with Brescia in a league match against Bologna. Agliardi signed for Palermo on January 2006, in a swap deal with Nicola Santoni, and quickly became a first team regular. He also plays for the Italy U-21 national team.

On 17 September 2006, Agliardi and teammate David Di Michele combined to lift the Rosanero to a 2–1 victory over Lazio in Rome. In the latter stages of the first half, Agliardi denied efforts from Cristian Ledesma, Stefano Mauri (twice), Christian Manfredini, Goran Pandev (a rebound attempt from Manfredini's shot, Agliardi deflected the ball past his left-hand post with his foot), and Massimo Oddo. Earlier, Di Michele's 10th- and 38th-minute goals had put Palermo ahead. Lazio did get a consolation goal through Tommaso Rocchi in the 73rd minute. The result elevated Palermo to second place in Serie A, behind Lazio's city rivals and stadium-mates Roma on goal difference, with a 100% record.This performance was however followed by a number of less impressive ones, including a criticized appearance in a 5–3 Palermo win in a Sicilian derby to Catania, and Agliardi ultimately become a backup player at Palermo, behind veteran goalkeeper Alberto......
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