|Date of birth||12 August 1975|
|Place of birth||Stuttgart, West Germany|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|2009–2009||→ Mantova (loan)||15||(1)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
In the 2004–05 season, he was banned for 6 months for match-fixing. Stefano Bettarini, Antonio Marasco, Maurizio Caccavale, Alfredo Femiano and former Siena teammate Generoso Rossi were also banned.
In January 2009, he was loaned from Treviso to Mantova. In July 2009, he was released due to Treviso going bankrupt. On the 5 of September 2009, he moved to Gallipoli Calcio. On the 22 of January 2010, he was transferred to Triestina on a 6 months contract. In July 2010, he was signed by Virtus Lanciano on a free transfer.
Post-playing and coaching career
After his retirement, he stayed at Virtus Lanciano as part of the non-playing staff as technical area manager. In July 2014 he was appointed as the club's new head coach to replace Marco Baroni for the 2014–15 Serie B campaign.
After saving Lanciano from relegation in his first season in charge, he was confirmed for the following season. He was sacked on 30 January 2016 after a 0–3 loss to Trapani which left Lanciano in second-last place in the Serie B league table.
On his first season, he guided Parma to win the promotion playoffs after defeating Alessandria in the final.
He was confirmed for the club's 2017–18 Serie B season, on which he successfully led Parma to second place and direct promotion to Serie A on their first season in the second division following the club's refoundation, and a third back-to-back promotion in three years (two of which under his tenure). D'Aversa was confirmed head coach also for the 2018–19 Serie A season.
- As of 10 November 2019
|Virtus Lanciano||20 July 2014||30 January 2016||69||16||27||26||23.19|||
|Parma||3 December 2016||Present||123||54||29||40||43.90|||
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