Eugenio Corini

Eugenio Corini (born July 30, 1970 in Bagnolo Mella, Italy) is an Italian football (soccer) player.
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Season Club Games Goals Yellow Cards Red Cards
2006/07 Italy Palermo  27  10  9  0  
2005/06 Italy Palermo  27  3  6  1  
2004/05 Italy Palermo  35  0  9  1  
2003/04 Italy Palermo  38  12  7  1  
2002/03 Italy Chievo  30  5  7  1  
2001/02 Italy Chievo  30  9  9  1  
2000/01 Italy Chievo  36  7  3  0  
1999/00 Italy Chievo  31  6      
1998/99 Italy Verona  2  0      
1998/99 Italy Chievo  7  0      
1997/98 Italy Verona  35  3      
1996/97 Italy Verona  9  1      
1995/96 Italy Piacenza  32  1      
1994/95 Italy Napoli  3  0      
1994/95 Italy Brescia  24  2      
1993/94 Italy Napoli  14  0      
1992/93 Italy Sampdoria  24  4      
1991/92 Italy Juventus  23  1      
1990/91 Italy Juventus  25  1      
1989/90 Italy Brescia  34  9      
1988/89 Italy Brescia  29  0      
1987/88 Italy Brescia  14  0      

Eugenio Corini biography

Eugenio Corini (born July 30, 1970 in Bagnolo Mella, Italy) is an Italian football (soccer) player.

He started his career in the Brescia Calcio youth squad, but he soon joined the first team, being called to be part it of when just 16 years old, and making his debut the following season. He became a regular for the Lombardy team in the 1988/1989 and 1989/1990 season, before to be noted and signed by Juventus F.C..

In his first season with Juventus, when just 20 years old, Corini played 25 times, and scored one goal. He soon became a regular also in the Under 21 national team squad of the early 1990s, winning a Youth European Championship and representing Italy in the 1992 Summer Olympics held in Barcelona. But, despite his success for Italy at the youth levels and at club level, he has never been capped for the full national team despite being one of the best paymakers in the Serie A. However, he did receive call-ups for the full national team during 1992/1993 season and more recently on November 2002.

In season 1992/1993, Corini was sold to U.C. Sampdoria, where he had 24 appearances, and several injury problems. In the next years, Corini moved from team to team almost every season (Brescia again, Piacenza Calcio and Hellas Verona) without however being able to show his full potential.

In October 1998, Hellas Verona loaned him to city rivals A.C. ChievoVerona, in Serie B. Corini soon became a mainstay of the team, being named captain and leading his team to an extraordinary promotion to Serie A in 2001 and a UEFA Cup qualification the following season, after having been first-placed at the Winter break.

He joined Palermo in 2003, bringing the Sicily team to win the 2003/2004 Serie B league and then in 2004/2005 to qualify Palermo for the UEFA Cup. In June 2007 he announced he was not going to renew his contract with Palermo, and a few days later he was announced by Torino F.C..

He plays as an inventive playmaker on midfield specialising in free kicks, rocket shots, corners, penalty kicks and long passes. He is also known for assisting goals or starting attacks using creative passing. He was a member of the national squad that competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona.


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Name: Eugenio Corini

Fullname: Eugenio Corini

Nickname: n/a

Date of Birth: 30-Jul-1970

Birthplace: Bagnolo Malla

Height \ Weight: 1.73m \ 73kg

Number: 5

Website: n/a

Club: Torino

Nationality:   Italy Italy

Confederation: UEFA

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