Attilio Lombardo Profile

Attilio Lombardo is a former Italian professional footballer who played as a midfielder or a winger. Lombardo had a successful playing career, representing some of the biggest clubs in Italy and playing for the Italian national team.

Lombardo began his professional career with Italian club Sampdoria in 1984, and quickly established himself as a talented and versatile player. He was known for his exceptional technical ability, his speed, and his ability to score goals. Lombardo played for Sampdoria for nine seasons, helping the club to win the Serie A title in 1991 and reach the final of the European Cup in 1992.

In 1993, Lombardo was signed by Italian giants Juventus, where he played for two seasons. He helped Juventus to win the Serie A title in his first season, and also reached the final of the UEFA Cup in 1995. Lombardo then moved to Lazio in 1995, where he played for four seasons. He was a key player for Lazio during his time at the club, helping them to win the Coppa Italia in 1998 and reach the final of the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in 1999.

Lombardo's success at club level earned him a call-up to the Italian national team, and he made his debut in 1991. He went on to represent Italy on 19 occasions, scoring 3 goals. Lombardo was part of the Italy squad that reached the final of the 1994 World Cup, although he did not play in the final due to injury.

After leaving Lazio in 1999, Lombardo had spells with Crystal Palace and Lecce, before retiring from professional football in 2005. Lombardo then went on to become a successful coach, working with several clubs in Italy and abroad.

Attilio Lombardo - Info

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Name: Attilio Lombardo
Date of Birth: 6th January 1966
Nationality: Italy
Position(s): Right Winger
Career: 1983 to 2002
Regular Shirt Number(s): 7
Nickname(s): Struzzo (the Ostrich)

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