Diego Fuser

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Diego Fuser
Personal information
Full name Diego Fuser
Date of birth (1968-11-11) November 11, 1968 (age 46)
Place of birth Venaria Reale, Italy
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Playing position Right winger
Club information
Current team
Colline Alfieri Don Bosco
Youth career
Torino
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1986–1989 Torino 49 (4)
1989–1990 AC Milan 20 (2)
1990–1991 Fiorentina 32 (8)
1991–1992 AC Milan 15 (4)
1992–1998 Lazio 188 (35)
1998–2001 Parma 86 (10)
2001–2003 AS Roma 15 (2)
2003–2004 Torino 29 (2)
2004–2008 Canelli 92 (37)
2008–2009 Saviglianese 23 (6)
2009 Canelli 12 (1)
2010 Nicese 10 (4)
2012- Colline Alfieri Don Bosco
National team
1987–1990 Italy U-21 18 (2)
1993–2000 Italy 25 (3)
Teams managed
2010 Nicese
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 12:00, 30 June 2006 (UTC).

† Appearances (Goals).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 08:42, 23 June 2007 (UTC)

Diego Fuser (born November 11, 1968 in Venaria Reale, Province of Turin) is a retired Italian football player, who played as a midfielder, on the right wing. He last played for the lower division Italian club of Colline Alfieri Don Bosco.

Career[edit]

Player[edit]

Fuser started his professional career with Torino in 1986. He played 49 games for them before moving to AC Milan (1989-92). During his two seasons at Milan he collected a UEFA Champions League medal and a Scudetto, as well as the 1989 European Super Cup and Intercontinental Cup titles.[1]

During his time at Milan, Fuser also spent time on loan at Fiorentina during the 1990-91 season, before completing a move to Lazio in 1992. This turned out to be arguably his most successful time in football becoming a fan favourite while playing 188 games in six years, scoring 35 goals and winning the Coppa Italia and reaching the UEFA Cup Final in 1998, as the club's captain.[2] After moving to Parma in 1998 he won the UEFA cup, the Coppa Italia and the Italian Super Cup in 1999. He wore the shirt number 14 and captained the team in their 3-0 1999 UEFA Cup Final victory over Olympique Marseille on 6 May.[3][4]

Fuser blotted his Lazio copybook by joining AS Roma in the summer of 2001, where he only played 15 games in two seasons, winning the 2001 Supercoppa Italiana, and managing second-place finishes in Serie A in 2002, and in the Coppa Italia in 2003. In the season 2003-04 he played for his original club Torino.[5]

In 2004 he signed for A.S.D.C. Canelli, whom he helped to win its Eccellenza round in 2005/2006 and were promoted to Serie D. In 2008 he moved together with fellow player and personal friend Gianluigi Lentini to Saviglianese, a Promozione amateur club of Piedmont. He played also for the amateur clubs of Canelli and Nicese, which has also simultaneously coached. Since 3 October 2012 he plays for the amateur club of Piedmont Colline Alfieri Don Bosco in Promozione.[6]

International career[edit]

Fuser played for the Italy national football team on 25 occasions between 1993-2000, scoring 3 goals, and he was a participant at the 1996 UEFA European Championship under manager Arrigo Sacchi, making 3 appearances as Italy were eliminated in the first found. He was also in Dino Zoff's provisional 26 man squad for Euro 2000 before missing the final cut.[7][8]

Honours[edit]

Club[edit]

Milan[9]
Lazio[10]
Parma[11]
Roma[12]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FUSER DIEGO". Retrieved 23 January 2015. 
  2. ^ "ESCLUSIVA ICM, Fuser: “Europa? Parma favorito”". Retrieved 23 January 2015. 
  3. ^ "ESCLUSIVA ICM, Fuser: “Europa? Parma favorito”". Retrieved 23 January 2015. 
  4. ^ "FUSER DIEGO". Retrieved 23 January 2015. 
  5. ^ "FUSER DIEGO". Retrieved 23 January 2015. 
  6. ^ http://www.lanuovaprovincia.it/stories/sport/5409_calciomercato_diego_fuser_torna_in_campo_con_la_maglia_delle_colline_alfieri/
  7. ^ "Euro 2000 provisional squads". theguardian.com. 22 May 2000. Retrieved 9 November 2013. 
  8. ^ "Convocazioni e presenze in campo: DIego Fuser". Retrieved 23 January 2015. 
  9. ^ "ESCLUSIVA ICM, Fuser: “Europa? Parma favorito”". Retrieved 23 January 2015. 
  10. ^ "ESCLUSIVA ICM, Fuser: “Europa? Parma favorito”". Retrieved 23 January 2015. 
  11. ^ "ESCLUSIVA ICM, Fuser: “Europa? Parma favorito”". Retrieved 23 January 2015. 
  12. ^ "ESCLUSIVA ICM, Fuser: “Europa? Parma favorito”". Retrieved 23 January 2015. 

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