Giovanni Cervone is a retired Italian professional football player who played as a goalkeeper. He is now the goalkeeping coach for the Lebanese National Football Team. During his career Cervone played for Juve Stabia, Avellino, Catanzaro, Genoa, Parma, Verona, Roma, Brescia and Ravenna. His career’s highlight was with Roma A.S. where he spent eight seasons from 1989 to 1997. In 1983 Cervone was selected for the U21 Italy National team and he collected four caps without perhaps playing any game as first goalkeeper.
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Associazione Sportiva Roma was rejuvenated in Carlo Mazzone’s second season as coach, much due to Abel Balbo being the goalscorer it had lacked for the previous years. The summer signings of 1994 helped, with internationally recognized players Jonas Thern and Daniel Fonseca joining the club from rivals Napoli. Also Francesco Moriero became a household player since he proved his worth in the club, recently coming from Cagliari. Cervone started the season as team second goalkeeper behind Fabrizio Lorieri but manager Carlo Mazzone shortly changed his mind and made Cervone becoming the first goalkeeper.