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Unione Sportiva Città di Palermo All Stars



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GOALKEEPERS:

:ITA: Giovanni FERRETTI
:ITA: Roberto ANZOLIN


DEFENDERS:

:ITA: Germano SANTILLO
:ITA: Andrea BARZAGLI
:ITA: Luigi ZIROLI
:ITA: Federico BALZARETTI
:URU: Maximiliano FAOTTO
:ITA: Cristian ZACCARDO
:ITA: Roberto BIFFI
:ITA: Mario GIUBERTONI


MIDFIELDERS:

:ITA: Sandro VANELLO
:ITA:/ :CRO: Antonio BLASEVICH
:AUS: Mark BRESCIANO
:ITA: Aredio GIMONA
:ITA: Erminio FAVALLI
:DEN: Helge BRONÉE
:ITA: Ignazio ARCOLEO
:CZE: Čestmír VYCPÁLEK


ATTACKERS:

:ITA: Carlo RADICE
:ITA: Fabrizio MICCOLI
:ARG: Santiago VERNAZZA
:ITA: Silvino BERCELLINO
:ITA: Luca TONI




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RESERVES:


GOALKEEPERS:

:ITA: Vincenzo SICIGNANO
:ITA: Salvatore SIRIGU


DEFENDERS:

:ITA: Giorgio SERENI
:ITA: Antonio DE BELLIS
:ITA: Gino GIAROLI
:ITA: Mario BOLDI
:ITA: Giuseppe VOLPECINA
:ITA: Spartaco LANDINI
:ITA: Mattia CASSANI
:ITA: Pietro DE SENSI
:ITA: Edoardo REJA
:ITA: Giovanni BALLICO
:ITA: Fabio GROSSO
:ITA: Franco LANDRI
:ITA: Mauro DI CICCO


MIDFIELDERS:

:ITA: Valerio MAJO
:ITA: Massimo DE STEFANIS
:ITA: Eugenio CORINI
:ITA: Enzo BENEDETTI
:BRA: Fábio SIMPLÍCIO
:ITA: Alberto MALAVASI
:ITA: Carmelo DI BELLA
:ITA: Giulio MIGLIACCIO
:ARG: Enrique MARTEGANI
:ITA: Antonio NOCERINO
:ITA: Antonio BONESINI
:ITA: Franco BRIENZA
:ITA: Simone BARONE


ATTACKERS:

:ITA: Giampaolo SAURINI
:ITA: Aurelio PAVESI
:URU: Walter GÓMEZ
:ITA: Sergio PELLIZZARO
:ITA: Sergio MAGISTRELLI
:BRA: AMAURI
:ITA: Dante DI MASO
:ITA: Carlo GALLI
:TUR: ŞÜKRÜ Gülesin
:URU: Héctor SCARONE
:ITA: Vito CHIMENTI
:ITA: Gaetano TROJA
:URU: Edinson CAVANI
:ITA: Gianni DE ROSA






ADDITIONAL INFO:

The history of Palermo began on 1 November 1900 at the behest of Ignazio Majo Pagano, a young man who had known football in England, although sources now refuted saying that the team had been established two years ago at the initiative of Joseph Isaac Spadafora Whitaker and other Englishmen moved to Palermo. Then came the Anglo Panormitan Athletic and Football Club, consisting of a mixed Anglo-Italian, that soon changed its name to Palermo Football and Cricket Club's first president was Joseph Whitaker (who was then the British Consul at Palermo), the first coach George Blake and the first golf game was the range or Varvaro Pantano, replaced in 1914 by Ranchibile Stadium. The company was the second football club in the Italian south, after Lazio founded ten months before. In 1920 the team, re-established by a committee of university students with the name of Unione Sportiva Palermo, won the first official title, the Coppa Federale Siciliana, which also militated teams Catania and Messina. Meanwhile, in cities had risen another team, Libertas, and the first derby was played Dec. 3, 1920: Palermo won 7-0. The year after the League Palermo Adiri Southern Italian Football Confederation and participated for the first time the First Division Championship, the top division of time, being inserted in the Southern League championship in Sicily The Palermo won on three occasions the Sicilian League (1921-1922, 1923-1924, 1925-1926) qualifying to the final phase of the Southern League All these occasions it was eliminated in the inter-phase. Meanwhile, we witnessed a period of mergers caused by economic problems: in 1923, the Palermo Sport Union merged with the Lions, a group of young lions led by the square of ice cream Momo Petrolo, while in 1924 there was the merger with Libertas. On November 5, 1923, the Palermo Tunis wins the tournament.

Following a reform of the championships, the First Division became something of a Series B: Palermo had to withdraw for financial problems 10 July 1927, chaired by Valentino Colombo. After the merger with Vigor Palermo occurred four days later, in 1927-1928 Palermo disputed the Second Division, in 1928-1929 and returned to the First Division, which had meanwhile become the equivalent of today's C-Series. For the occasion, creating a new championship-style futuristic. The date of the re-establishment is August 15, 1928, obtained thanks to a popular shareholding led by Vincenzo Florio that allowed the company to enter into a capital of one hundred thousand Lit so the company began to be administered by the Baron of Gebbiarossa Bordonaro, owner of a good financial position, who resigned in 1931 because it took dall'automobilismo, sports where he had more luck winning many trophies. The Palermo was promoted to Serie B next year. In the 1930-1931 season touched his promotion to the Premier League finishing in third place three points behind Palermo Bari The following season was promoted to Serie A. In Palermo, followed by a revolution, involving all levels, including the President. He was hired a new coach, Carlo Rigotti, along with fourteen players, including Enzo Benedetti, who became the team captain from 1955 to 1962. With a second place in B in the 1955-1956 season returned to Palermo in Serie A. The Palermo became in later years a team that alternated promotions in Serie A relegation to Serie B. The coach of the period was Ettore Puricelli, and the forward reference was the former River Plate Santiago Vernazza, idol of the fans with 51 goals in 115 games, is still today the second top scorer of Palermo. In June 1960, Palermo participated for the first and last time in the history of the Cup of the Alps, facing the Zurich leg place in Switzerland Rosanero are necessary to 2-0, while the return to the Favorita the two teams draw 2-2. In July, however the team participated for the first time in its history the Mitropa Cup, coming to a total of 4-1 defeat by Hungary's Diósgyőri VTK: the first leg at home ended in a 1-2 defeat, while return ended with a 2-0 victory.

In the sixties he served in Palermo goalkeeper Roberto Anzolin which was then sold to Juventus with whom he played over 200 games. Another player who served in the historic Palermo in those years was Giuseppe Furino. In the sixties the company Rosanero had a good relationship with Juventus, who served the Rosanero Carlo Franco Mattrel and Causio. The pinnacle of sporting success came in the 1961-1962 season, the Rosanero disputed fact a great season coming to a prestigious 8 th place. The following season, Palermo could not be confirmed and retreated in Serie B. On March 7, 1980 Barbera sold the club to the manufacturer Gaspare Gambino. In 1980-1981 the team served a penalty of five points following the scandal "underground betting" that involved the Palermo midfielder Guido Magherini, suspended for three years and a half. The eighties were a very difficult time in the long history Rosanero. In 1983-1984 the Palermo was relegated to Serie C1: it was the first relegation in the field in the third series in the history of Palermo. Arrived, however, a ready charged with the immediate return to Serie B next season. On 23 February 1985 the president Roberto Parisi was killed in an ambush mafia. At the end of the 1985-1986 season Palermo was struck by the FIGC for a debt of just under 500 million lire, which was not paid after the mass resignation of the leadership followed the scandal "new football 2". After radiation, the club disappeared for a year. The then second team in the city, Olympia, which militated in the league of regional promotion, tried to replace the Palermo changing name Palermolympia, but the partnership never entered into the hearts of fans. In the summer of 2002, Friulian businessman and Venezia owner Maurizio Zamparini acquired the club from Franco Sensi in a €15 million bid, with the clear intention to bring Palermo back to Serie A and then establishing the club as a Serie A regular with aims of participations to European competitions. The 2004–05 season, the first in Serie A for the Palermo club since 1973, ended with an excellent sixth place, securing qualification for the 2005–06 UEFA Cup for the first time in its history. Luca Toni broke the Palermo Serie A scoring record by notching up 20 league goals. Guidolin left in 2005 and was replaced by Luigi Delneri, who did not manage to repeat his predecessor's successes and was later replaced by Giuseppe Papadopulo. Despite an unimpressive eighth place in the Serie A table, Palermo reached the last 16 in the UEFA Cup as well as the Coppa Italia semi-finals. Guidolin's return was followed by Palermo being admitted to play UEFA Cup again due to the 2006 Serie A scandal and Palermo players Andrea Barzagli, Cristian Zaccardo, Simone Barone, and Fabio Grosso being crowned 2006 World Cup winners. A number of impressive signings were made to establish an ambitious team, and a good beginning in the 2006–07 campaign appeared initially to confirm this. A winless 11 games streak, however, caused Palermo to fall down from third to seventh place, then ending the season in fifth place and ensuring another UEFA Cup qualification.

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Why is Anzolin in the first team instead of Sirigu? They both played two seasons with the club but Anzolin gained a relegation to Serie B and an immediate promotion while Sirigu helped the team reaching their third historical 5th place and won call-ups for Italy in the process.


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