Roberto MUSSI

Italian footballer

Roberto Mussi - Italian footballer - FIFA Campionato del Mondo 1994

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 17 July 1994

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    • POSITION
      Difensore
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Sunday, 25 August 1963
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Massa, Italia.
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • Italian footballer
  • WORLD CUP
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Roberto MUSSI - Italian footballer - FIFA Campionato del Mondo 1994

La foto qui sopra mostra il calciatore italiano Roberto Mussi durante la Coppa del Mondo nel 1994.

 Roberto Mussi pictured playing for Italy in the 1994 World Cup Finals in the U.S.A.

  

 

ITALIA 2:1 NIGERIA (0:1) a.e.t. 05.07.94 Boston, Foxboro Stadium (54000)

Luca Marchegiani, Roberto Mussi, Alessandro Costacurta, Paolo Maldini (c), Antonio Benarrivo, Nicola Berti (46 Dino Baggio), Demetrio Albertini, Roberto Donadoni, Giuseppe Signori (63 Gianfranco Zola), Roberto Baggio, Daniele Massaro
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ITALIA 2:1 BULGARIA (2:1) 13.07.94 New York, Giants Stadium (77000)
Gianluca Pagliuca, Roberto Mussi, Alessandro Costacurta, Paolo Maldini (c), Antonio Benarrivo, Nicola Berti, Dino Baggio (56 Antonio Conte), Demetrio Albertini, Roberto Donadoni, Roberto Baggio (71 Giuseppe Signori), Pierluigi Casiraghi
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ITALIA 0:0 BRASILE (Brasile vinta 3-2 ai cali di rigore - Finale della Coppa del Mondo) 17.07.94 Los Angeles, Rose Bowl (94000)
Gianluca Pagliuca, Roberto Mussi (34 Luigi Apolloni), Franco Baresi (c), Paolo Maldini, Antonio Benarrivo, Nicola Berti, Dino Baggio (95 Alberigo Evani), Demetrio Albertini, Roberto Donadoni, Roberto Baggio, Daniele Massaro


In his club career, Mussi played for U.S. Massese, Parma, Milan and Torino. He played 250 matches in Serie A and won

one Italian title and one European Cup (Champions League) with Milan, one Coppa Italia with Torino,

two Uefa Cup and one Coppa Italia with Parma.

 

Senior club  career.


Years             Team         Apps†   (Gls)
1981–1984    Massese      83         (0)
1984–1987    Parma          88         (0)
1987–1989    Milan            30         (0)
1989–1994    Torino        129        (5)
1994–1999     Parma      125        (2)