Tag Archives: Serie B

The Daily Drool: Nicola Leali

8 May

Brescia-L'Aquila coppa ItaliaGoalkeeper Nicola plays for Serie B club Spezia Calcio on loan from Juventus. He has represented Italy at the U17, U18, U19, U20 & U21 levels. (Man, waiting to move up as a ‘keeper for Italy has gotta be worse than even Spain, isn’t it? Gigi Buffon made his debut for the Italy U16 team the year Nicola was born. He’s been on the senior side since Leali was 4, albeit not first choice goalkeeper that whole time!)


The Daily Drool: Fabio Ceravolo

27 Sep

fabio_ceravolo226 year old striker Fabio plays for Serie B side Ternana. He has represented Italy at the U-20 level.

The Daily Drool: Christian Terlizzi

23 May

Christian Terlizzi6’4 1/2″ Roman defender Christian plays for Siena (who were unfortunately just relegated to Serie B this past weekend). He made one appearance for the Italian National Team in 2006.

The Daily Drool: Lorenzo Crisetig

8 May

Lorenzo Crisetig2Midfielder Lorenzo is currently playing for Serie B side Crotone on loan from Inter Milan. He has represented Italy at the U16, U17, U18, U19 and U21 levels.

The Daily Drool: Përparim Hetemaj

30 Sep

Midfielder Përparim plays for Serie A side Chievo. He has represented Finland at the U21 and senior levels. His younger brother Mehmet plays for Serie B side Reggina as a center back and has also played on the Finnish National Team.


The Daily Drool: Marco Rigoni

8 Aug

Midfielder Marco is currently on loan (from Serie B’s Novara) to Serie A side Chievo. He has represented Italy at the U17 and U18 levels.


The Daily Drool: Massimo Paci

1 Aug

Well, seeing as the transfer market is open until August 31st, I think I’ll continue with my transferring Drools. Defender Massimo played from 2006-2011 for Parma in Serie A before moving last season to Serie B side Novara. He’s going back to Serie A this year and playing for Siena.


Updated: Rest In Peace: Piermario Morosini

14 Apr

Horrible news: Livorno midfielder (on loan from Udinese) Piermario Morosini collapsed during a match with Pescara. He never regained consciousness and was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital. He was 25. For everything that went right with Fabrice Muamba’s resuscitation attempts, it seems the opposite happened in this case (read the article for details).  It is an even more tragic story when you learn a bit about his personal life. Piermario was orphaned and had two disabled brothers, one of whom passed away last year. It sounds like so much sadness in a such a short life. In his career, Piermario played for, in addition to the previously mentioned teams, Vicenza, Bologna, Reggina and Padova. He represented Italy at the U17, U18, U19, U20 and U21 levels. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends, teammates and those who loved him. Just heartbreaking.

Updated: This story gives more details – the earlier report of two brothers was incorrect. He is survived by an older sister.

– Lozil

The Daily Drool: Luca Toni

27 Dec

Mmmm, Luca Toni. 6’5″ of pretty, pretty Italian man. The striker has had a long and storied career starting with Modena in 1994. He’s played in Serie C1, Serie B and Serie A in Italy. He spent time at Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga before returning to Italy. He currently plays for Juventus. He played for the Italian National Team from 2004-2009 and was part of the World Cup winning squad in 2006.