|Full name||Igli Tare|
|Date of birth||25 July 1973|
|Place of birth||Vlorë, Albania|
|Height||1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|1999–2001||1. FC Kaiserslautern||35||(6)|
|2005–2006||→ Lazio (loan)||24||(5)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
In 1999, Tare moved to Kaiserslautern, where he played for a season before being signed by veteran Italian manager Carlo Mazzone. For five seasons, Tare played with Mazzone's Brescia, before again transferring, this time to Bologna where he was reunited with Mazzone.
At Bologna, Tare was popular amongst the fans and scored an important goal in the relegation play-off against fierce rivals Parma, however Tare's goal was not enough and they lost the return leg at home, being relegated to Serie B.
Following Bologna's relegation, Tare was loaned out to capital club Lazio scoring just three goals in his first season. Following this loan period, Tare joined the club on a permanent basis.
Tare was not a regular starter under Delio Rossi, but was able to play and score vital goals when others were out with injuries. In late 2007 away to Palermo, Tare scored off a Lorenzo De Silvestri cross, ending a scoring drought which stretched back for almost two years. He backed this goal up with another vital goal in the Coppa Italia against Napoli, which proved to be the winner.
In 2007, Tare's international career was effectively ended, after being dropped by manager Otto Barić.
Tare's Lazio contract expired at the end of the 2007–08 season. He then accepted a non-playing role at Lazio, becoming the club's team manager. On April 2009 he completed a course in order to obtain abilitation as sporting director, which is his new role at Lazio
|1993–94||KF Partizani||Albania||Albanian Superliga||14||2|
|1994–95||Waldhof Mannheim||Germany||2. Fußball-Bundesliga||23||58|
|1995–96||Südwest Ludwigshafen||Germany||Oberliga Südwest||21||5|
|1996–97||Karlsruher SC||Germany||1. Fußball-Bundesliga||24||4|
|1997||Karlsruher SC II||Germany||Fußball-Regionalliga Süd||11||0|
|1997–98||Fortuna Düsseldorf||Germany||2. Fußball-Bundesliga||34||13|
|1998–99||Fortuna Düsseldorf||Germany||2. Fußball-Bundesliga||23||12|
|1999–00||1. FC Kaiserslautern||Germany||1. Fußball-Bundesliga||27||5|
|2000||1. FC Kaiserslautern||Germany||1. Fußball-Bundesliga||8||1|
|2000–01||Brescia Calcio||Italy||Serie A||17||4|
|2001–02||Brescia Calcio||Italy||Serie A||25||5|
|2002–03||Brescia Calcio||Italy||Serie A||33||6|
|2003–04||Bologna F.C. 1909||Italy||Serie A||28||5|
|2004–05||Bologna F.C. 1909||Italy||Serie A||27||6|
|2005–06||S.S. Lazio||Italy||Serie A||22||3|
|2006–07||S.S. Lazio||Italy||Serie A||14||0|
|2007–08||S.S. Lazio||Italy||Serie A||18||2|
National team statistics
|Albania national football team|
- "Staff" (in Italian). SS Lazio. Retrieved 2009-10-16.[dead link]
- Q. Stafa High School website. "Historiku".
- "Tare dietro la scrivania" (in Italian). Sportal.it. 2008-07-13. Retrieved 2008-07-24.
- Igli Tare at National-Football-Teams.com