Simone Inzaghi

Simone Inzaghi

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Simone Inzaghi

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Simone Inzaghi (born 5 April 1976 in Piacenza, Emilia-Romagna) is a retired Italian professional footballer who played as a striker.

During his professional career, he played for a host of clubs, namely Lazio, where he remained for more than one decade, being used irregularly.

Football career

Inzaghi started playing professional football in 1993, with hometown team Piacenza Calcio, although he did not get to play a first team game in that season. The next season he was loaned out to third division side Carpi F.C. 1909, where he played nine games. His first goal arrived in 1995–96, playing for Novara Calcio in level four.

After two more loan stints, at lowly A.C. Lumezzane and U.S. Brescello, Inzaghi returned to Piacenza, and played his first game for the team (also his first top flight match) during 1998–99, finishing the campaign with 15 goals in 30 matches.

The next season, he was signed by S.S. Lazio, and had a productive first season with the Roman club, scoring seven in 22 league games, and nine in just 11 UEFA Champions League matches (including four in a single game against Olympique de Marseille, on 14 March 2000, with which he equaled the competition record held by Marco van Basten since 1992). Inzaghi also made his debut for the Italian national team, two weeks later, against Spain. Lazio went on to win both the Scudetto and the Italian Cup that season, with Inzaghi helping the side win the latter competition again in 2003–04. At the end of this season, he...
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