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Franco Baresi

Date of BirthMay 08, 196059 years
Birthplace Travagliato - BS
Height1m76  Weight70 kg
Nationality Italy
Current club

AC Milan 

Current positiondirecteur marketing
Number of international caps81
Physical4
Mental4
Technical3
Overall5
Sweeper
Right central defender
Left central defender
Franco Baresi

Manager careerLast updated on 18/11/2019 at 18:36

SeasonClub
2005/2006 AC Milan U-20
2004/2005 AC Milan U-20
2003/2004 AC Milan U-20
2002/2003 AC Milan U-20
Total
League
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Continent
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Nat. cups
mpGames playedV
International
mpGames playedV
Total
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Player's careerLast updated on 18/11/2019 at 18:36

SeasonClub
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 
1983/1984 AC Milan 
1982/1983 AC Milan 
1981/1982 AC Milan 
1980/1981 AC Milan 
1979/1980 AC Milan 
1978/1979 AC Milan 
1977/1978 AC Milan 
1976/1977 AC Milan 
Total
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Player's evolution

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Comments

15/08/2014 at 08:42
by everest
What more is there to say about world famous Franco Baresi? The elegant Italian defender was part of AC Milan from 1977 until 1997, experiencing everything from scandals and relegation to six championships and three European Cups. Starting with the bad experience, AC Milan and Lazio Roma were involved in a gambling scandal and relegated to the Serie B. It took AC Milan and Franco Baresi three years (first promotion, then relegation, then promotion again) to get back on their feet. During the late eighties, early nineties Paolo Maldini and Franco Baresi were the only Italian stars alongside the Dutch supertrio of Marco van Basten, Frank Rijkaard and Ruud Gullit. Baresi also was present at four different World Cups, 1982 through 1994, sitting on the bench in 1982 and missing one of the penalties in the 1994 Final. It was no surprise that, when Baresi hung up his boots after a disappointing 1996-97 season, 37 years old, AC Milan also retired his shirt number 6.
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