Giancarlo Marocchi

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Giancarlo Marocchi (Italian pronunciation: [dʒaŋˈkarlo maˈrɔkki]; born 4 July 1965) is an Italian former professional footballer who played as a central midfielder. Throughout his club career, he played for Juventus, the club with which he won a Scudetto, two Coppe Italia, one UEFA Champions League, and two UEFA Cups; he also played for his home-town club Bologna, on two separate occasions. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Giancarlo Marocchi has received more than 43,455 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 18 in 2019). Giancarlo Marocchi is the 5,403rd most popular soccer player (down from 5,019th in 2019), the 3,569th most popular biography from Italy (down from 2,963rd in 2019) and the 325th most popular Italian Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Giancarlo Marocchi ranks 5,403 out of 16,923. Before him are Don Howe, Reinaldo da Cruz Oliveira, Tim de Cler, Walter Junghans, Andoni Iraola, and Admir Mehmedi. After him are Andreas Beck, Mariano González, Nikos Liberopoulos, Tanguy Ndombele, Ted Ditchburn, and Tony Popovic.

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Among people born in 1965, Giancarlo Marocchi ranks 468Before him are Jasna Šekarić, Thomas Stangassinger, Milan Ohnisko, Ali Dia, Peter Kjær, and Andreas Kappes. After him are Illeana Douglas, Anja Niedringhaus, José Perdomo, David Vincent, Mia Mottley, and Rica Reinisch.

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In Italy

Among people born in Italy, Giancarlo Marocchi ranks 3,569 out of 4,088. Before him are Matteo Brighi (1981), Stefano Eranio (1966), Valentina Cervi (1976), Alba Rohrwacher (1979), Bernardo Corradi (1976), and Andrea Mandorlini (1960). After him are Luigi de Magistris (1967), Armin Zöggeler (1974), Marco Melandri (1982), Roberto Tricella (1959), Antonio Rossi (1968), and Paolo Negro (1972).


Among soccer players born in Italy, Giancarlo Marocchi ranks 325Before him are Lionello Manfredonia (1956), Valerio Fiori (1969), Matteo Politano (1993), Matteo Brighi (1981), Stefano Eranio (1966), and Bernardo Corradi (1976). After him are Roberto Tricella (1959), Paolo Negro (1972), Moise Kean (2000), Luca Castellazzi (1975), Lorenzo Minotti (1967), and Manolo Gabbiadini (1991).

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