Paolo Negro

Paolo Negro

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Paolo Negro

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Paolo Negro (born 16 April 1972 in Arzignano, Vicenza) is a former Italian football. He could either play as a central defender or a right back.

Club career

A youth player at Brescia Calcio, Negro joined Bologna F.C. 1909 in 1990, and had his Serie A debut against Genoa C.F.C. on 28 October, amassing over 50 overall appearances in his first two professional seasons.

After a quick return with Brescia, he then went on to have a 12-year stint with Rome's S.S. Lazio. Scored an own goal in a December 17, 2000 derby against A.S. Roma, which eventually lifted the scudetto (the previous year, Negro had helped Lazio win it).

Having joined A.C. Siena in 2005, Negro scored a dramatic 85th-minute goal to defeat former side Lazio 2–1 on the final day of the 2006–07 season; without it, Siena would have been relegated to the second division, instead of A.C. Chievo. He appeared a further 50 times in the league in two campaigns, for a total of 363.

In August 2008, almost one year after retiring, 36-year old Negro underwent a trial at Serie B club Modena FC , but nothing came of it.

International career

On November 16, 1994, Negro made his debut for the Italian national team, in a match against Croatia for the Euro 1996 qualifiers (1–2 home loss). He received a total of eight caps with the azzurri, and was selected in the squad for the 2000 European Football Championship, where the nation finished second.

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