Cesare Prandelli began his playing days at Cremonese and made the step up to Serie A for Atalanta in 1978-79.
In six years at Juventus he amassed three Scudetti, a European Cup, Cup-Winners Cup, European Super Cup and Coppa Italia. Not exactly a first team regular, he opted to return to Atalanta to end his playing career in 1990.
It was at the Stadio Azzurri dItalia that the next phase of his working life began, straight away winning the Primavera Scudetto and the prestigious international Viareggio Youth Tournament. They remain his only team trophies as a Coach.
Prandelli is famed for achieving impressive results against the odds. He led Verona and Venezia to promotion, while in both years at a financially-ruined Parma he still took them to fifth place and effectively launched the careers of Adrian Mutu, Adriano and Alberto Gilardino. After giving up the Roma job to nurse his wife through illness, Cesare began his Fiorentina adventure in 2005.
Technically he did enough to ensure a top-four finish in his first four seasons, but the Calciopoli scandal saw the Viola stripped of their 2006 result and start the next term from -15 points.
Still they came in sixth, which without the docked points wouldve been third place. These achievements were recognised with the Panchina dOro for Coach of the Year in 2006 and 2007, then the 2008 Oscar del Calcio.
Europe represents heartbreak for Prandelli, who lost the 2007-08 UEFA Cup semi-final to Rangers and saw 2009-10 Champions League passage to the quarter-finals doomed by refereeing errors against Bayern Munich. They still topped the group thanks to victories over Olympique Lyonnais and twice Liverpool, but the extra strain damaged their Serie A form.
Prandelli shattered a series of Fiorentina legend Fulvio Bernardinis records. These include most games (240 to Bernardinis 203), most victories (117 to 99), most Serie A matches (190 to 187) and most top-flight victories (96 to 89). He also amassed more international club games (34), European wins (14), European Cup ties (18) and Champions League successes (8).
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The Azzurri Italy is the all-time most successful team of the Europe. They is the only team in history of the World Cup to win two consecutive titles during the 1930s. That era Italy dominated the World of football. Regrettably, The World War II led the World Cup was cancelled during the 1940s, Valentino Mazzola with many great players from Torino in their golden era lost their opportunity to be record in history of World Cup. Afterwards, It spent around two decades Italy could back to be one of the strongest team in the World with their famous style of play Catenacco, and this completely defensive system has become the identity of Italy until Nowadays, have had many world-class defenders as traditional, the majority of the greatest defenders of all-time came from Italy. Nonetheless, Italy still have many world-class attackers although none of them are among the best ever.
Location : Southern Europe
Nickname(s):Azzurri (light blues)
Association:Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio
European Championship Participation : 7 Times (1968, 1980, 1988, 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008)
World Cup Participation : 17 Times (1930, 1934, 1938, 1950, 1954, 1962, 1966, 1970, 1974, 1978, 1982, 1986, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006,2010)
Achievement : 4 Times FIFA World Cup Champions (1934,1938,1982,2006)
2 Times FIFA World Cup Runner-Up (1970,1994)
1990 FIFA World Cup Third Place
1934 Olympic Game Gold Medal
1968 European Championship Winner
2000 European Championship Runner-Up
Most Caps : Fabio Cannavaro (131 Games)
Top Scorer : Luigi Riva (35 Goals)
List of all the Azzurri who had the honour to lead the Italian National Team as Captain.
DESCRIPTION OF CAPTAIN: The Captain of the Italian National Team is selected through the number of games played in Azzurro by each player that is in the starting line-up of each game. The player who played most games in Azzurro will receive the band of Captain for that match. For statistical purposes only the Captain that started the game as such is considered, this means that any other player who receives the band of Captain with the game underway as a result of the substitution of the original Captain, will not be listed as captain.
79 CANNAVARO Fabio (DF) (Parma 5, Inter 19, Juventus 29, Real Madrid 26)
74 MALDINI Paolo (DF) (Milan 74)
70 FACCHETTI Giacinto (DF) (Inter 70)
59 ZOFF Dino (GK) (Napoli 0, Juventus 59)
33 BERGOMI Giuseppe (DF) (Inter 33)
31 BARESI Franco (DF) (Milan 31)
28 BALONCIERI Adolfo (MF) (Alessandria 4, Torino 24)
Competition hosted by Italy between 27 May and 10 June 1934. Final held in Rome at the Stadio Nazionale del P.N.F. between Italy and Czechoslovakia won by the Azzurri 2-1 after extra time. The score at the end of normal time was 1-1.
The Squad :
Giampiero COMBI -Captain- (Juventus)
Virginio ROSETTA (Juventus)
Luigi ALLEMANDI (Inter)
Luigi BERTOLINI (Juventus)
Felice P. BOREL (Juventus)
Umberto CALIGARIS (Juventus)
Mario CASTELLAZZI (Inter)
Attilio DEMARIA (Inter)
Giovanni FERRARI (Juventus)
Attilio FERRARIS (Roma)
Enrique GUAITA (Roma)
Anfilogino GUARISI (Lazio)
Guido MASETTI (Roma)
Giuseppe MEAZZA (Inter)
Luisito MONTI (Juventus)
Eraldo MONZEGLIO (Bologna)
Raimondo ORSI (Juventus)
Mario PIZZIOLO (Fiorentina)
Angelo SCHIAVIO (Bologna)
Mario VARGLIEN (Juventus)
Pietro ARCARI (Milan)
Giuseppe CAVANNA (Napoli)
1938 FIFA World Cup
WINNERS (1st Place) - WORLD CHAMPIONS ★★
Competition hosted by France between 4 June and 19 June 1938. Final held in Paris at the Stade de Colombes between Italy and Hungary won by the Azzurri 4-2.
The Squad :
Giuseppe MEAZZA -Captain- (Inter)
Michele ANDREOLO (Bologna)
Sergio BERTONI (Genoa)
Amedeo BIAVATI (Bologna)
Carlo CERESOLI (Bologna)
Gino COLAUSSI (Triestina)
Giovanni FERRARI (Inter)
Pietro FERRARIS (Inter)
Alfredo FONI (Juventus)
Mario GENTA (Genoa)
Ugo LOCATELLI (Inter)
Guido MASETTI (Roma)
Eraldo MONZEGLIO (Roma)
Aldo OLIVIERI (Lucchese)
Renato OLMI (Inter)
Pietro PASINATI (Triestina)
Mario PERAZZOLO (Genoa)
Silvio PIOLA (Lazio)
Pietro RAVA (Juventus)
Pietro SERANTONI (Roma)
Aldo DONATI (Roma)
Bruno CHIZZO (Triestina)
1982 FIFA World Cup
WINNERS (1st Place) - WORLD CHAMPIONS ★★★
Competition hosted by Spain between 13 June and 11 July 1982. Final held in Madrid at the Stadio Santiago Bernabeu between Italy and West Germany won by the Azzurri 3-1.
The Squad :
Dino ZOFF -Captain- (Juventus)
Alessandro ALTOBELLI (Inter)
Giancarlo ANTOGNONI (Fiorentina)
Franco BARESI (Milan)
Giuseppe BERGOMI (Inter)
Ivano BORDON (Inter)
Antonio CABRINI (Juventus)
Franco CAUSIO (Udinese)
Fulvio COLLOVATI (Milan)
Bruno CONTI (Roma)
Giuseppe DOSSENA (Torino)
Giovanni GALLI (Fiorentina)
Claudio GENTILE (Juventus)
Francesco GRAZIANI (Fiorentina)
Daniele MASSARO (Fiorentina)
Giampiero MARINI (Inter)
Gabriele ORIALI (Inter)
Paolo ROSSI (Juventus)
Gaetano SCIREA (Juventus)
Marco TARDELLI (Juventus)
Pietro VIERCHOWOD (Fiorentina)
2006 FIFA World Cup
WINNERS (1st Place) - WORLD CHAMPIONS ★★★★
Competition hosted by Germany between 9 June and 9 July 2006. Final held in Berlin at the Olympia Stadion between Italy and France won by the Azzurri 5-3 on penalty shoot-out after the game finished 1-1.
The Squad :
Fabio CANNAVARO -Captain- (Juventus)
Marco AMELIA (Livorno)
Simone BARONE (Palermo)
Andrea BARZAGLI (Palermo)
Gianluigi BUFFON (Juventus)
Mauro CAMORANESI (Juventus)
Daniele DE ROSSI (Roma)
Alessandro DEL PIERO (Juventus)
Gennaro GATTUSO (Milan)
Alberto GILARDINO (Milan)
Fabio GROSSO (Palermo)
Vincenzo IAQUINTA (Udinese)
Filippo INZAGHI (Milan)
Marco MATERAZZI (Inter)
Alessandro NESTA (Milan)
Massimo ODDO (Lazio)
Simone PERROTTA (Roma)
Angelo PERUZZI (Lazio)
Andrea PIRLO (Milan)
Luca TONI (Fiorentina)
Francesco TOTTI (Roma)
Cristian ZACCARDO (Palermo)
Gianluca ZAMBROTTA (Juventus)
Competition hosted by Italy between 5 June and 10 June 1968. Final held in Rome at the Stadio Olimpico between Italy and Yugoslavia. The first match finished 1-1 but the Azzurri won 2-0 the replay.
The Squad :
Giacinto FACCHETTI - Inter (Captain)
Enrico ALBERTOSI - Fiorentina
Pietro ANASTASI - Varese
Angelo ANQUILLETTI - Milan
Giancarlo BERCELLINO - Juventus
Giacomo BULGARELLI - Bologna
Tarcisio BURGNICH - Inter
Ernesto CASTANO - Juventus
Giancarlo DE SISTI - Fiorentina
Angelo DOMENGHINI - Inter
Giorgio FERRINI - Torino
Aristide GUARNERI - Bologna
Antonio JULIANO - Napoli
Giovanni LODETTI - Milan
Alessandro MAZZOLA - Inter
Pierino PRATI - Milan
Luigi RIVA - Cagliari
Gianni RIVERA - Milan
Roberto ROSATO - Milan
Sandro SALVADORE - Juventus
Lido VIERI - Torino
Dino ZOFF - Napoli
WINNERS (1st Place - Gold Medalists) - OLYMPIC CHAMPIONS
Olympics hosted by Germany in Berlin between 1 and 16 August 1936. The Football Tournament was held in 4 different stadiums all in Berlin. Final held in the Olympia Stadion between Italy and Austria won by the Azzurri 2-1 after extra time. The score at the end of normal time was 1-1.
The Squad :
Alfredo FONI - Juventus (Captain - 2 Games)
Giulio CAPPELLI - Viareggio (Captain - 2 games)
Giuseppe BALDO - Lazio
Sergio BERTONI - Pisa
Carlo BIAGI - Pisa
Annibale FROSSI - Inter
Francesco GABRIOTTI - Lazio
Ugo LOCATELLI - Inter
Libero MARCHINI - Lucchese
Alfonso NEGRO - Fiorentina
Achille PICCINI - Fiorentina
Pietro RAVA - Juventus
Luigi SCARABELLO - Spezia
Bruno VENTURINI - Sampierdarenese