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The Juventus legend considered a transfer to Real Madrid and Manchester United in his peak, but eventually always chose to stay on in Turin.
Also Alessandro Del Piero at the "Celebrity Match" which anticipates the Ryder Cup in Wisconsin, starting on Friday in Kohler, in the United States. World champion with the Italian national football team in 2006 and a great golf lover, "Pinturicchio" was included in the Eruopean Celebrity Team Roster together with actor and musician Tom Felton, two former NBA stars like Toni Kukoc and Sasha Vujacic , to actress Stephanie Szostak and to Teemu Selanne, former NHL champion.
Juventus legend Alessandro Del Piero has criticised Cristiano Ronaldo for throwing his captain's armband to the ground and walking off the field during Portugal's 2-2 draw with Serbia. The 36-year-old appeared to have scored a late winner for his side in the World Cup qualifying clash when his effort appeared...
Juventus legend Alessandro Del Piero along with multiple other greats including Fabio Capello have ruthlessly slammed Cristiano Ronaldo for his disappointing performance against FC Porto in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday. Goals from Chiesa and Rabiot weren't enough as Juventus lost the tie on away goals despite winning the...
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Italian National Team standout and one of the greatest soccer players of his generation, Alessandro Del Piero has joined ESPN as a soccer analyst. Del Piero will appear on ESPN FC, the critically acclaimed daily soccer studio program exclusive to ESPN+. He will make his debut on Saturday, March 6, at 8 p.m. ET, providing postgame analysis on Juventus vs. Lazio match (2:45 p.m.) and other Serie A matchups of the day.
NEW YORK (AP) — Living in Los Angeles, Alessandro Del Piero found a good fit working for ESPN. The former Italy and Juventus star who retired after the 2014 season will debut on ESPNFC this Saturday during postgame coverage of the Serie A match between Juventus and Lazio. “It’s been...
While ESPN didn’t wind up landing Skip Bayless, they have made an interesting addition of their own. That would be Alessandro Del Piero, particularly known for his time representing Italy (from 1996-2008 at the senior level) and playing for Juventus (from 1993-2012). ESPN announced that move Thursday afternoon:. Here’s more...