Stefano Sorrentino

Stefano Sorrentino

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Stefano Sorrentino

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Stefano Sorrentino (born 28 March 1979) is an Italian professional footballer, who plays as a goalkeeper for Serie A club Chievo.

Club career

Sorrentino's career started in the youth teams of Lazio, before being transferred to Juventus where in his first and only season at the club, he made no appearances. In 1998 he joined Torino, making one appearance in Serie B, before spending to seasons on loan at Serie C1 clubs Juve Stabia and Varese. Once back to Torino, stayed for four seasons, making a total of 88 appearances.

In 2005, following the bankruptcy of Torino and the consequent release of all of their players, Sorrentino found himself without a team, and opted to leave Italy, joining Greece's AEK Athens in a free transfer. After the birth of his daughter, Sorrentino asked AEK president Demis Nikolaidis to let him return to Italy because his wife was not feeling comfortable enough in Greece. However, no ideal offer was made, and Sorrentino made it clear that if he had to stay in Greece, he would be 100% professional. Fans of AEK respected that, and chanted his name in every game. He had a top-notch performance versus Milan, in a UEFA Champions League match. AEK won 1–0, with Sorrentino was named the "Man of the Match"; his performance led to some interest from several Italian and European clubs.

On July 2007, AEK agreed to loan the keeper to La Liga's Recreativo Huelva for the 2007–08 season, with an option for the Spanish club to sign him on a full basis....
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