Short Biography of Famous Soccer Player – Del Piero
Alessandro Del Piero born in November 9, 1974 at Conegliano, Veneto. He is an Italian World Cup-winning soccer player who playsสโมสรยูเวนตุส
for Serie A club Juventus. Attributable to his great aptitude and record number of appearances and goals, Del Piero is fondly referred to as “The Old Master” and “Il Padrino”.
In 1991 Del Piero began his professional career with Padova of Italian Serie B. He transferred to Juventus in 1993 and has been there ever since. Together with Juventus, he won the Serie A championship six times (1995, 1997, 1998, 2002, 2003, and 2005), the Champions League (1996), and the Toyota Cup (1996). His best season was in 1997-1998, when he made 21 goals in Serie A and finished top scorer in the UEFA Champions League with 10 goals.
His footballing aptitude is greatly regarded and he has won significant credit. Pele named him in the FIFA 100, a listing of the 125 greatest living soccer players chosen by Pelé as a part of FIFA’s centenary celebrations.
In addition he was selected in the list of best European players for the past 50 years in the UEFA Golden Jubilee Poll. Del Piero was the world’s best-paid soccer player from salary, bonuses and advertising profits in the year 2000. Together with three awards in Italy for gentlemanly conduct he has won the Golden Foot award as well, which pertains to qualities and playing skill.
One of his greatest powers as a soccer player is his versatility, which lets him to play in various attacking positions. Despite the fact that he begun his club career playing as a full-fledged striker, he very rapidly matured into a more powerful part, occupying the essential playmaker’s position just in the rear the strikers. It is in this zone that his ability as a creator of goals came to the fore.
On January 10, 2006 Del Piero became the all time foremost goals corer for Juventus and took his totality goals for the club to 185. The preceding record holder was Giampiero Boniperti, who scored 182 goals for the club.