Sunday, May 8, 2011

Claudio Marchisio is an Italian footballer who plays as a midfielder

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Claudio Marchisio is an Italian footballer who was born in Chieri, Italy on January 19, 1986 and he played in the position of midfielder in the Serie A club Juventus and the Italian national team.
He has spent his career with hometown club, an exception when loaned out to Empoli. She prefers playing in central midfield position rather than as a wide midfielder.
Juventus junior, Marchisio play as a second striker and then switched to the midfield position at the age of sixteen. During the 2005-2006 season, he was summoned by coach Capello for the squad, but he was unused. Marchisio for the first time became a captain in the previous season in the Campionato Primavera and was runner-up at the Viareggio tournament.
Marchisio was promoted to first permanent player at Juventus relegated to Serie B due to Calciopoli case. On 19 August 2006, he made first team debut in the third round of the Coppa Italia as a substitute when Juventus against Martina. In September, Marchisio be captain for the last time in Supercoppa Primavera and then he made his debut on October 28th league game against Frosinone as a substitute.
Marchisio became the first team squad at Juventus in Serie B.
On July 25, 2007, Marchisio loaned to Empoli for the 2007-2008 season and he made his debut with the first new club in Serie A on August 26 against Fiorentina and in the next month against FC Zurich in the UEFA Cup. Unfortunately Empoli be relegated to Serie B and he was summoned back to Turin. Marchisio help strengthen Juventus in the Champions League third round qualifier in the 2008-2009 season and played for 90 minutes against Artmedia Petr┼żalka. In the 2003 season, he scored the first goal in Serie A game against Fiorentina. Marchisio gets five-year contract extension, but he was frequently absent because of minor injuries. At the end of the season, he was associated with various clubs and to the attention of national team coach until the end Marchisio called to the starting line-ups in a friendly against Switzerland. Marchisio won the Man of the Match in four consecutive games and was selected as the best player in September by a registered member on the club website. Marchisio play as a substitute in the Champions League preliminary round on 25 November after an absence of over one and a half months because of surgery.
On March 11, 2010 he became team captain in 62 minutes to replace Trezeguet in the 16th round of the European League against Fulham and he marked his 100th appearance for Juventus with goals in the win against Udinese.
Marchisio was originally called the Italian national team squad in May for the U-21 European Championship in 2007 but eventually withdrew because of injury. He made his debut for the U-21 in June 2007 and scored a goal in Toulon in 2008 Tornament through winning volley against Turkey in the summer Olympics. In May 2009, Marchisio summoned in the final squad for the European Championship Under-21 even though he did not play in the semi-final against Germany. On August 12, 2009, Marchisio make his senior debut through a friendly match against Switzerland. But he was forced to withdraw from the remaining qualifying matches against Ireland and Cyprus because of a knee injury. Marchisio still 23 people selected in the squad for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
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