Francesco Toldo

Francesco Toldo


Francesco Toldo

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Francesco Toldo (born 2 December 1971) is a retired Italian footballer who played as a goalkeeper.

In a professional career which spanned two full decades, he mainly represented Fiorentina and Internazionale (eight and nine seasons respectively), winning a total of 15 titles combined – in his last five years, however, he was solely a backup for the Nerazzurri.

For Italy, Toldo appeared in five international competitions, being a starter in Euro 2000.

Club career

Born in Padua, Veneto, Toldo started his career with A.C. Milan; however, he never played a game with the club, being loaned during his link, successively to Hellas Verona FC, Trentino Calcio 1921 and Ravenna Calcio.

He then joined ACF Fiorentina, and became the Viola club's starter for eight seasons, winning the Coppa Italia twice, and playing in one edition of the UEFA Champions League. One year before Fiorentina faced bankruptcy, in 2001, Toldo transferred to F.C. Internazionale Milano, where he was the number one until the summer of 2005, when Brazilian Júlio César relegated him to the bench, after he had elected to sit out Inter's summer friendly match tour of England.

Toldo briefly regained first-choice status in February 2006, following his signing of a contract extension (until June 2009) and a slip in form by César, not before rumours linked him both to U.S. Città di Palermo, Milan and Fiorentina.

In April 2009, the 37-year old, still backing up César, signed a further two-year...
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