|Date of birth||2 February 1985|
|Place of birth||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Height||1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Playing position||Right / Centre back|
|2005||→ Spezia (loan)||13||(0)|
|2005–2006||→ Treviso (loan)||23||(1)|
|2007–2008||→ Torino (loan)||25||(1)|
|2009||→ Torino (loan)||11||(2)|
|2011||→ Cesena (loan)||7||(0)|
|2013||→ Padova (loan)||12||(0)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 28 September 2013.
Born in Buenos Aires of Italian parents, Dellafiore started his professional career with Internazionale. Dellafiore had played for Inter since 1999–2000 season and in 2002–03 promoted to Primavera team, the top reserve team of Inter. He made his debut with the nerazzurri in a UEFA Champions League match against R.S.C. Anderlecht, on 7 December 2004. He then spent two seasons on loan to Serie C1's Spezia (with Riccardo Meggiorini) and Serie A's Treviso.
In 2006 he was sold to Palermo for €1.5 million as part of the deal that brought Fabio Grosso to Inter (€6.5M). and managed to make seven appearances in his first season with the rosanero. He was then loaned to Torino for €100,000 (with option to purchase), where he had the opportunity to play more regularly, before being called back to Sicily in June 2008 (which Palermo paid Torino €400,000 to counter the buy option). Dellafiore signed a 5-year contract during 2008–09 season, but on 14 January 2009 turned back to Torino F.C. on loan for €400,000. After 6 months with Torino, Torino president Urbano Cairo announced that Dellafiore will play for Palermo for 2009–2010 after the team was relegated.
On 3 July 2009 Parma F.C. have signed Dellafiore on loan from Palermo, for €250,000, with option to sign half of the rights for €1.75 million. After the end of the season, Dellafiore returned to Sicily, but was loaned out again to Parma later on 20 August 2010, for free with option to sign half of the rights for €400,000. He was sub-loaned to Cesena on 7 January 2011, for €200,000.
Parma & Novara
In August 2011 is permanently transferred to Parma F.C., for free. In the same month he moved to Serie A newcomer Novara Calcio for a peppercorn of €500, in co-ownership deal. In May 2012 Dellafiore returned to Internazionale for its Indonesia friendly tour in a 1-month loan. In June 2012 Dellafiore returned to Parma for €250,000, which also cost Parma an additional €200,000 as other fee.
In late June to 1 July 2012, Dellafiore was involved in 8-men swap with Siena, which saw Coppola, Dellafiore, Doumbia and Galuppo went to Siena, with Brandão, Pacini, Rossi and Iacobucci went to Parma. Non of the new players actually played for Parma, only able to bring financial success to both clubs. [nb 1]
Dellafiore himself failed to play regularly for Siena in Serie A, only able to play twice before left for his first Serie B club Padova in temporary deal. At the end of season Siena relegated, which Dellafiore followed the club for the new season.
Dellafiore made his best season with Siena in 2013–14 Serie B, in terms of total appearances of 35 Serie B games. At the end of season the co-ownership between Siena and Parma was renewed again, however Siena was expelled from Serie B due to financial difficulties. Dellafiore became a free agent soon after.
Although born in Argentina, he chose to represent Italy at international level and was capped for Italian junior teams a few times.
- In accounting, Siena received a notional selling profit on Rossi (€3,592,198), Iacobucci (€3,394,779), Pacini (€1M) and Brandão (€3,028,895) as well as on Parma side (selling profit on Coppola (€1,311,000), Doumbia (€968,800), Galuppo (€2.4 million) and Dellafiore €2.9 million.) The overall transaction made a zero net balance as well as profit in terms of intangible assets increase, but would increase the amortization expense in the future seasons. (player contract was capitalized as a capital: intangible assets)
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- US Città di Palermo Report and Accounts on 30 June 2008 (Italian)
- US Città di Palermo Report and Accounts on 30 June 2009 (Italian)
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- Parma FC Report and Accounts on 30 June 2011 (Italian)
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- Novara Calcio SpA bilancio (financial report and accounts) on 31 December 2012 (Italian), PDF purchased from Italian CCIAA
- Parma FC SpA bilancio (financial report and accounts) on 30 June 2013 (Italian), PDF purchased from Italian CCIAA
- AC Siena SpA bilancio on 30 June 2012 (Italian)
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- AC Siena SpA bilancio on 30 June 2013 (Italian)
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- "Dellafiore al Padova" (in Italian). AC Siena. 25 January 2013. Archived from the original on 28 January 2013.
- "Un italo-argentino per la difesa" (in Italian). U.S. Latina Calcio. 23 July 2014. Retrieved 25 July 2014.
- Statistics at Guardian Stats Centre
- Profile at US Palermo
- Profile at FIGC (Italian)
- Lega Serie A
- Lega Serie B (Italian)