Fabrizio Ravanelli

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Fabrizio Ravanelli (Italian pronunciation: [faˈbrittsjo ravaˈnɛlli]; born 11 December 1968) is an Italian football manager and former international player. A former striker, Ravanelli started and ended his playing career at hometown club Perugia Calcio, and also played for Middlesbrough, Juventus and Marseille. He won five titles with Juventus, including a Serie A championship in 1995 and a Champions League title in 1996 where he scored in the final. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Fabrizio Ravanelli has received more than 812,155 page views. His biography is available in 32 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 30 in 2019). Fabrizio Ravanelli is the 121st most popular coach (down from 110th in 2019), the 2,562nd most popular biography from Italy (down from 2,212th in 2019) and the 18th most popular Italian Coach.

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Among coaches, Fabrizio Ravanelli ranks 121 out of 329Before him are Rudi Gutendorf, Henk ten Cate, Srečko Katanec, Holger Osieck, Vladimir Petrović, and Henryk Kasperczak. After him are Egil Olsen, Luigi Delneri, Otto Pfister, Wiel Coerver, Pim Verbeek, and Zlatko Kranjčar.

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Among people born in 1968, Fabrizio Ravanelli ranks 73Before him are Kelly Hu, Daniel Dae Kim, Cliff Curtis, Robert Rodriguez, Margrethe Vestager, and Kelly Rutherford. After him are Sidse Babett Knudsen, Billy Boyd, Karl Ove Knausgård, Paolo Di Canio, Mohamed Atta, and Hassan Ali Khayre.

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In Italy

Among people born in Italy, Fabrizio Ravanelli ranks 2,562 out of 4,088Before him are Sergio Castellitto (1953), Giovanni Domenico Maraldi (1709), Marcus Aurelius Cotta (-150), Attilio Ferraris (1904), Giovanni Artusi (1540), and Nanni Galli (1940). After him are Marco Basaiti (1470), Enrico Forlanini (1848), Walter de Silva (1951), Emanuele d'Astorga (1680), Nello Pagani (1911), and Matteo Messina Denaro (1962).

Among COACHES In Italy

Among coaches born in Italy, Fabrizio Ravanelli ranks 18Before him are Alberto Zaccheroni (1953), Roberto Donadoni (1963), Luciano Spalletti (1959), Walter Zenga (1960), Stefano Pioli (1965), and Gian Piero Ventura (1948). After him are Luigi Delneri (1950), Francesco Graziani (1952), Sergio Bertoni (1915), Lido Vieri (1939), Ezio Pascutti (1937), and Francesco Guidolin (1955).