|Full name||Fabio Rossitto|
|Date of birth||21 September 1971|
|Place of birth||Aviano, Italy|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Pordenone (head coach)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only
Born in Aviano, Province of Pordenone, Rossitto's career saw him play for a number of Italian and one foreign club during his eighteen-year spell as a player. He began his career with Udinese (1989–1997 and 2002–2004), where he spent a large part of his career, becoming an import part of the side. He later moved to Napoli (1997–1999), Fiorentina (1999–2002), Germinal Beerschot (2004), Venezia (2005), and Sacilese (2005–07), where he ended his career. During his time with Fiorentina, he won the Coppa Italia of 2001. Fiorentina paid 15 billion lire to sign Rossitto (€7.75 million) as well as another 5 billion for half of the registration rights of Giuseppe Taglialatela. in the same window, Napoli signed Emiliano Bigica from Fiorentina.
Rossito represented Italy at Under-21 level on nine occasions and was part of the team that won the 1994 UEFA European Under-21 Championship in France under the management of Cesare Maldini, for the first time in Italy's history. All of his appearances at Under-21 level came in 1994.
Rossitto had one appearance for the senior Italy national football team, coming on as a substitute in a 2–0 away win over Hungary on 1 June 1996. He was part of Italy's squad at the 1996 UEFA European Championship in England.
In the 2013–14 season he was the coach of Triestina.
In November 2014, he agreed a comeback at Pordenone, then bottom-placed in the Lega Pro. After failing to save the team from relegation, he left Pordenone by the end of the season. On January 2016, he was then hired as new head coach of Lega Pro club Cremonese, leading the club till the end of the season.
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