Paolo Maldini - AC Milan  - Stats - titles won
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Paolo Maldini

Date of BirthJune 26, 196852 years
Birthplace Milan
Height1m85  Weight77 kg
Nationality Italy
Best footBoth
Current club

AC Milan 

Current positionTechnical Director
Number of international caps125
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Central defender
Central defender
Paolo Maldini

Player's careerLast updated on 30/09/2020 at 12:37

2008/2009 AC Milan 
2007/2008 AC Milan 
2006/2007 AC Milan 
2005/2006 AC Milan 
2004/2005 AC Milan 
2003/2004 AC Milan 
2002/2003 AC Milan 
2001/2002 AC Milan 
2000/2001 AC Milan 
1999/2000 AC Milan 
1998/1999 AC Milan 
1997/1998 AC Milan 
1996/1997 AC Milan 
1995/1996 AC Milan 
1994/1995 AC Milan 
1993/1994 AC Milan 
1992/1993 AC Milan 
1991/1992 AC Milan 
1990/1991 AC Milan 
1989/1990 AC Milan 
1988/1989 AC Milan 
1987/1988 AC Milan 
1986/1987 AC Milan 
1985/1986 AC Milan 
1984/1985 AC Milan 
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Player's evolution

*The FBDB Index is an automatically engineered figure based on player's statistical performances during each game he is involved in.


15/08/2014 at 08:44
by everest
No family probably has played more seasons for one club as the Maldini family did for AC Milan. Father Cesare Maldini wore the red and black shirt (with number 3) for twelve seasons (1954-55 until 1965-1966), although he did started out with Triestina (two years) and ended his career at AC Torino (one season). His son Paolo did even better than that. Maldini junior made his debut on January 20, 1985, only 16 years old. It took him until the start of the next season to make his second appearance, but he was a regular from that moment on. The numbers he accumulated over 25 years of professional soccer are very impressive: 25 seasons in Serie A (7 times league champion), 126 international caps (74 times as captain), one World Cup Final in 1994, 8 European Champions League Finals (winning five), 647 matches in Serie A. So, if Maldini didn’t deserve to get number 3 retired from AC Milan’s first team, nobody ever again would. But of course, AC Milan did the right thing. For the record, Maldini’s number 3 might not be retired forever. He and AC Milan are okay with one exception: it would be okay for one of Paolo’s sons, Christian or Daniel, to wear that famous number again. If they ever make it into AC Milan’s first team. Which is not impossible as both youngsters are members of the youth academy. Christian (17) was loaned to Brecia just this January, trying to get into the first team at the Serie B-club.
28/01/2011 at 14:40
by jorgegarxia
I told you that I agreed on your comment I am from Guanajuato and play in the team next leon leon guanauato and league champion Lyon in France ascent and alsoaldini es un exelent jugador aun actualmenyte sabe lo que sabe
25/01/2011 at 10:30
by FiglioMilan
Il Miglior Calciatore tocca Il Pallone.
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