Where did Vincenzo Montella start his football career?

Where did Vincenzo Montella start his football career?

Montella began his club career in Serie C1 at Empoli in 1990 before moving to Serie B club Genoa in 1995, where he scored 21 goals in his only season with the club, at the end of which he lifted the Anglo-Italian Cup. He then moved up to Serie A to city rivals Sampdoria, where he remained three years, until 1999.

How did Vincenzo Montella get his nickname Aeroplanino?

Vincenzo Montella (Italian pronunciation: [vinˈtʃɛntso monˈtɛlla]; born 18 June 1974) is an Italian football coach, and a former professional player. Montella’s nickname during his playing career was “Aeroplanino”, in reference to his small stature and trademark goal celebration, in which he spread his arms like wings.

When did Vincenzo Montella become manager of AC Milan?

After a season-long spell with Sampdoria, he was appointed Milan’s manager in 2016, and later that year, he won his first title as a coach with the club, the Supercoppa Italiana. He was sacked by the club in 2017 and was subsequently appointed the new manager of Spanish side Sevilla.

When did Vincenzo Montella win the Coppa Italia?

He is mostly remembered for his performances with Roma (1999–2007), where he won the Serie A title and the Supercoppa Italiana during the 2000–01 season, also later reaching the 2003 Coppa Italia final with the club. In 2013, Montella was inducted into the A.S. Roma Hall of Fame.

When did Vincenzo Montella leave Roma for Juventus?

During the 2004–05 season, Capello finally left Roma – for Juventus – and, while the giallorossi had a disastrous season, Montella scored 23 goals and earned a new contract lasting until 30 June 2010, also helping Roma to the Coppa Italia final that season. In the 2005–06 season, he was again plagued with injuries.