Marco Ambrosio

Marco Ambrosio

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Marco Ambrosio (30 May 1973 in Brescia) is an Italian football who plays as a goalkeeper. He plays for FeralpiSalò.

Football career

A Decade in Italy

The early years of Ambrosio's career were relatively undistinguished, and saw him play for a succession of minor Italian clubs, such as Lumezzane (Serie D), Atalanta B.C. (youth), Pisa (Serie B), A.C. Prato (Serie C1) and Ravenna (Serie C1). He also had a stint with U.C. Sampdoria in Serie A. He made his Serie A debut on 2 November 1997, Sampdoria lost 0–3 at home to A.C. Milan. In total, he played 10 Serie A games for the Genoese team, as second goalkeeper behind Fabrizio Ferron.

After Sampdoria were relegated to Serie B, Ambrosio was sold to Serie C1 team Lucchese in the summer of 1999, where he spent two seasons. In summer 2001 he was signed by newly promoted Serie A team Chievo, where he made another 10 Serie A appearances as second-choice goalkeeper behind Cristiano Lupatelli.


In June 2003 he was signed for Chelsea on a free transfer by Italian manager Claudio Ranieri.

Ambrosio was signed to be goalkeeping understudy to Carlo Cudicini and fellow new-acquisition Jurgen Macho, and so found his playing opportunities limited at Stamford Bridge. His cause was not helped by an unlucky debut in the League Cup against Notts County, in which he made a series of errors. His second appearance, against Bolton Wanderers, proved far more assured as he made a made a string of impressive saves to...
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