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Fabio Cannavaro reveals he almost joined Chelsea after 2006 World Cup

Italy legend Fabio Cannavaro has revealed that he came close to joining Chelsea after the 2006 World Cup, only to move to Real Madrid instead. Cannavaro, who joined Juventus from Inter in 2004, captained Italy to glory in the 2006 showpiece before leaving the Bianconeri in the aftermath of the Calciopoli scandal, which saw Juventus relegated to Serie B over match-fixing allegations.
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Everton interview Fabio Cannavaro for manager's job

Everton have spoken to Fabio Cannavaro over their vacant manager's job. The Toffees are on the hunt for a new boss after parting ways with Rafa Benitez last weekend. They are in danger of being dragged into a relegation battle, sitting 16th in the Premier League table and six points clear of the drop zone.
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Everton interview Fabio Cannavaro to become club's new manager

Everton have interviewed Fabio Cannavaro as the Premier League club continues its search for a new manager. The Italian World Cup winner is keen to pursue his coaching career in England and is understood to have impressed in initial talks on Wednesday. The former England team-mates Wayne Rooney, who is...
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Fabio Cannavaro steps down as Guangzhou coach

GUANGZHOU, China (AP) — Fabio Cannavaro has left his position as coach of troubled Chinese powerhouse Guangzhou FC, the club announced Tuesday. Cannavaro, who was captain of Italy's World Cup winning team in 2006, started his second spell in charge of Guangzhou in 2017 and delivered the Chinese Super League title two years later.
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'He is the Absolute No.1,' Fabio Cannavaro Hails Lionel Messi

Italy legend, Fabio Cannavaro has given his pick on who should win the Ballon d'Or award this year, believing that the award should go to Argentina and Barcelona icon, Lionel Messi - courtesy of his performances in the 2021 Copa America win. Messi won his first international trophy with Argentina...
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A Rare Patek Philippe Owned by Soccer Legend Fabio Cannavaro Could Fetch Nearly $1 Million at Auction

A rare Patek Philippe watch originally owned by soccer legend Fabio Cannavaro could fetch a high six-figure sum when it goes up for auction next month. The former Italian national team captain’s pink gold Ref. 5208R will hit the block as part of Phillips’s Hong Kong Watch Auction XII in early June. Proceeds from the sale of the exclusive and historically important timepiece will go to benefit the Fondazione Cannavaro Ferrara.
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