Roberto Rosetti

Roberto Rosetti

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Roberto Rosetti (born 18 September 1967 in Pecetto Torinese, Piedmont) is a former Italian football referee. He is fluent in Italian, English and French. He started refereeing in 1983, and took charge of his first match in the Italian Serie A in 1996. He received his FIFA Badge in 2002. Aside from his referee-duties, Rosetti works as director of a hospital.

Rosetti is counted amongst the top referees of all time in a list maintained by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS). He retired following the 2010 FIFA World Cup to take a position with the Italian Football Federation as the referee designator for Serie B League.

2006 Italian match-fixing scandal

Rosetti was untainted by the match-fixing scandal which affected Italian football in 2006.

Luciano Moggi, then general director of Juventus, had described Rosetti and his fellow colleague Pierluigi Collina as being too 'objective' in an intercepted telephone call. Moggi also claimed that Rosetti and Collina should be 'punished' for decisions made against Juventus in that same phonecall.

Rosetti emerged from the scandal unscathed.

2007-2008 UEFA Champions League

Rosetti was one of the many referees who officiated over the UEFA Champions League 2007–08. He refereed the semi-final between Chelsea and Liverpool at Stamford Bridge, earning the praise of UK...
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