Name
Ciro Ferrara

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Born
1967 (54 years old)

Birth Place
Naples, Italy

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Ciro Ferrara (Italian pronunciation: ; born 11 February 1967) is an Italian former footballer and manager. His most recent position was as manager of Wuhan Zall. He had also previously coached Juventus and the Italy national under-21 team. As an assistant coach to Marcello Lippi, he won the 2006 FIFA World Cup with Italy senior team.

Ferrara spent his playing career as a defender, initially at Napoli and later on at Juventus, winning seven total Serie A titles as well as other domestic and international trophies. At international level, he represented Italy at the 1988 Summer Olympics, at two UEFA European Championships, in 1988 and 2000, and at the 1990 World Cup.


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2003

Juventus


2002-2003

Juventus


2002

Juventus


2001-2002

Juventus


1999

Juventus


1997-1998

Juventus


1997

Juventus


1996-1997

Juventus


1996

Juventus


1996

Juventus


1995-1996

Juventus


1995

Juventus


1994-1995

Napoli


1994-1995

Juventus


1990

Napoli


1989-1990

Napoli


1988-1989

Napoli


1986-1987

Napoli


1986-1987

Napoli

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1980-1984

Former Senior Teams

1984-1994

1987-2000

1994-2005

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2005-2006
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2008-2009
Assistant Manager

2009-2010
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2010-2012
Manager

2012-2012
Manager

2016-2017
Manager


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