Name
Attilio Lombardo

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Born
1966 (56 years old)

Birth Place
Santa Maria la Fossa, Italy

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Midfielder

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1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)

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Attilio Lombardo (born 6 January 1966) is a retired football player turned manager; he is currently the assistant manager for the Italy national team. Throughout his career he was usually deployed as a wide midfielder, or as an offensive right winger, although he also played as a fullback or wingback on occasion later in his career.

Lombardo played for several Italian clubs throughout his career, and is best known for his two spells with Sampdoria. He is one of the six players to have won the Serie A title with three different teams: Sampdoria, Juventus, and Lazio; the other five players to have managed the same feat are Giovanni Ferrari, Filippo Cavalli, Pietro Fanna, Sergio Gori, and Aldo Serena. Lombardo also had a spell in the Premier League with English side Crystal Palace. At international level, Lombardo represented the Italy national football team on 19 occasions, although he was never called up for a major tournament.

During his career, he was given the nicknames "Popeye", as he was thought to resemble the cartoon character's appearance due to his own bald head and strong physique, as well as "the Ostrich" (or "Struzzo", in Italian), because of his pace, stamina, and running style.


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2000

Lazio


1999-2000

Lazio


1999-2000

Lazio


1999

Lazio


1998-1999

Lazio


1996-1997

Juventus


1996

Juventus


1996

Juventus


1995-1996

Juventus


1995

Juventus


1993-1994

Sampdoria


1991

Sampdoria


1990-1991

Sampdoria


1989-1990

Sampdoria


1988-1989

Sampdoria

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1985-1989

1989-1995

1990-1997

1995-1997

1997-1999

1999-2001

2001-2002

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1998-1998
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2006-2007
Manager

2009-2009
Manager

2010-2012
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2013-2014
Manager

2014-2015
Assistant Manager

2016-2018
Assistant Manager


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