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Stefano Morrone

Stefano Morrone (born 26 October 1978) is an Italians association football who plays for Parma F.C. at Serie A. Stefano Morrone was the team captain as of 2009–10 season.

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Stefano Morrone biography

Stefano Morrone (born 26 October 1978) is an Italians association football who plays for Parma F.C. at Serie A. Stefano Morrone was the team captain as of 2009–10 season.


In 1998, Stefano Morrone was co-signed by S.S. Lazio and Empoli F.C.. In 1999, Stefano Morrone joined Piacenza Calcio along with Flavio Roma and Stefano Di Fiordo to Piacenza as part of Simone Inzaghi's deal. That month Piacenza also signed Empoli team-mate Arturo Di Napoli.

In January 2001, Stefano Morrone joined A.C. Venezia, re-joined Di Napoli. Stefano Morrone was loaned back to Cosenza Calcio 1914 in January 2002.


After Venezia's owner Maurizio Zamparini purchased U.S. Città di Palermo, Stefano Morrone joined the Sicily side along with team-mate: Daniel Andersson (footballer born 1977), Bilica, Igor Budan, Francesco Ciullo, Kewullay Conteh, Di Napoli, Valentino Lai, Filippo Maniero, Antonio Marasco, Francesco Modesto, Frank Ongfiang, Generoso Rossi, Mario Santana, Evans Soligo, Ighli Vannucchi and William Viali.

In summer 2003, Stefano Morrone was loaned to Serie A side A.C. ChievoVerona along with Mario Santana, with Eugenio Corini moved to opposite direction. On 1 July 2004, Stefano Morrone returned to Palermo, which the team won Serie B and promoted to the Italian top division in June 2004.


In July 2005, Stefano Morrone was sold to Serie A side A.S. Livorno Calcio for €500,000.


In summer 2007, Stefano Morrone changed Stefano Morrone club with Alfonso De Lucia.

In 2009–10 season, Stefano Morrone was the starting central midfielder in 352 formation, or 433 formation. partnered mainly with Daniele Galloppa, Blerim Džemaili (until February), Francesco Valiani (since February as left midfielder) and Luis Antonio Jiménez (since February as attacking midfielder). Stefano Morrone only played as substitute in round 5, suspended in round 19 and round 29. Since April, Morrone was rested due to injury. Stefano Morrone was also the team captain. On 5 May, Stefano Morrone was returned from training and played the match against Juventus F.C. on 9 May, which Stefano Morrone was recovered in-time to replace Džemaili who suspended.

Morrone had a more injury-free season in 2010-11 and missed just four games as Stefano Morrone captained the club to Serie A safety.

International career

Morrone was call-up to Football at the 2000 Summer Olympics as backup player as Simone Perrotta was injured. Stefano Morrone also played at 2000 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualification, substituted Roberto Baronio, Gianni Comandini, Cristiano Zanetti respectively. In the last group stage match against Belarus national under-21 football team in October 1999, Morrone was in the starting XI, partnered with Roberto Baronio, Gennaro Gattuso and Andrea Pirlo in midfield.

In August 2006, Stefano Morrone received a call-up from new Italy coach Roberto Donadoni against Croatia national football team, but did not play. That match Giulio Falcone, Christian Terlizzi, Gennaro Delvecchio, Massimo Gobbi, Angelo Palombo and Tommaso Rocchi also received their first call-up.


- Lega Pro Prima Divisione: 1998


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