Margiotta Massimo

Massimo Margiotta is a former Italian-Venezuelan footballer who played as a forward. He played for Vicenza, Frosinone, Udinese and Barletta.  Born in Venezuela, Margiotta played for Italy at youth level and at Football at the 2000 Summer Olympics. In 2004 FIFA changed its rules to allow a footballer switch nation to be represented if he had multi-nationality. Originally targeted for player aged under 21, that year also accept any player to apply. Margiotta switched to Venezuela as he might have no chance to play for Italy. He collected 11 caps, 4 of them were friendlies.

UDINESE CALCIO


2000-2001


Udinese vs Juventus


Match Worn Shirt

Did you Know?

Massimo Margiotta was a professional Italian-Venezuelan footballer who played as a forward. He moved to Udinese in the summer 1999 and he made his debut against Juventus on September 19th. He played for Udinese for two season playing 38 games and scoring 7 goals. He mostly played during the Uefa Cup games scoring some important goals like two goals against Bayer Leverkusen that allow Udinese to pass the round after the 0-1 home defeat. He also scored against Sigma Olomuc during the Intertoto Final.

UDINESE CALCIO


2000-2001


Juventus vs Udinese


Match Worn Shirt

Did you Know?

At the 5th Serie A game the team was in the top position. The season ended with a final 12th place in Serie A.

Things to Know:

Born in Venezuela, Margiotta played for Italy at youth level and at Football at the 2000 Summer Olympics. In 2004 FIFA changed its rules to allow a footballer switch nation to be represented if he had multi-nationality. Originally targeted for player aged under 21, that year also accept any player to apply. Margiotta switched to Venezuela as he might have no chance to play for Italy. He collected 11 caps, 4 of them were friendlies.

UDINESE CALCIO


2000-2001


Match Worn Shirt

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