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[56] It was during his second season with the club that Baggio came to be accepted by the Juventus fans, as he was seen as a leader around whom the club's play revolved. "[212] Similarly, in 2015, The Daily Telegraph accused him of going "missing in big games. I don't think I've seen a better performance from any player in any game I've ever played in. [408] In 2015, journalists of La Gazzetta dello Sport elected the greatest Italian player of all time, with Baggio finishing in second place behind only Gianni Rivera;[409] in a fan poll that was subsequently organised by the newspaper, however, Baggio was instead voted as the greatest Italian footballer of all time,[410] while Majid Mohamed of UEFA ranked him as the twentieth–best player ever not to have won the UEFA Champions League. [362][363] In 2020, Matteo Marani of La Stampa dubbed Baggio as "one of the purest expressions of talent that world football has produced," also adding "Roberto was the game of football in its pureness. In the 2003–04 season, the final season of his career, Baggio recorded 12 goals and 11 assists. [133][134] He helped Inter to a Coppa Italia semi-final, losing out to eventual winners Parma. [62][63] Juventus also reached the semi-finals of the Coppa Italia, losing on away goals to local rivals and winners Torino. Sotto la guida di Deschamps, i bianconeri conquistarono la promozione con tre giornate d'anticipo e dominarono anche la classifica marcatori, vinta da Del Piero (con 20 goal realizzati) davanti a Bellucci e al compagno Trezeguet. He is the joint-highest Italian goalscorer of all-time in the World Cup, with nine goals, alongside Paolo Rossi and Christian Vieri. (This stems from Graham Linehan and O'Hanlon being fans of Football Italia). [44] With 17 goals, Baggio was the second-highest goalscorer in the 1989–90 Serie A season after Marco van Basten, and was awarded the Bravo Award as the best under-23 player in European competitions. [27] Alongside Totti, Baggio has also scored the fourth-highest number of free-kicks in Serie A with 21 goals; ahead of him are only Alessando Del Piero, Andrea Pirlo and Siniša Mihajlović. His role as a playmaker between the midfield and forward lines, as well as his skilful and creative playing style, were often regarded as being obsolete in modern football, in which managers often favoured the use of the 4–4–2 formation and a more athletic approach to the game; moreover, while Baggio was not an outright forward, he was also thought to lack the stamina to play in midfield, which made him less suited to this particular system, and occasionally led him to be excluded by his managers, although he was ultimately able to adapt to playing as a forward effectively. Sempre sul caso Cannavaro. He was left on the bench for the round of 16 win over Norway as Italy advanced to the quarter-finals. Un post condiviso da Gianluigi Buffon (@gianluigibuffon) in data: 19 Mag 2017 alle ore 02:13 PDT, Copyright © 2020 Goal.com Tutti i diritti riservati. "[388] Daniel Story of Planet Football instead stated in 2020 that he believed that Baggio was one of the most underrated players of the past 30 years. [200][201] In the second match against Norway, he appeared more inspired. [403] He was voted Italy's Player of the Century in 2000. [50] In March 2008, he gave a lengthy interview with La Gazzetta Dello Sport, in which he revealed that he came to support Argentine club Boca Juniors due to their passionate fanbase. ... A Lanese risulta che «Mattei frequenta casa Juve per fare il designatore» e chiede al giornalista di informarsi. Qui cerchiamo di «ripulirle», di renderle meno «telefonate». [421][422] In Serie A, Baggio scored 17 penalties for Fiorentina (from 19 attempts), 25 for Juventus (from 28 attempts), 3 for A.C. Milan (from 5 attempts), 11 for Bologna (from 11 attempts), 1 for Inter Milan (from 2 attempts), and 11 for Brescia (from 18 attempts). [150] Baggio managed 12 goals and 9 assists during the 2002–03 season, helping Brescia to an eighth-place finish and another UEFA Intertoto Cup spot. [301] During his time with Juventus, his free kick technique was described as a cross between that of Maradona's, Zico's, and Platini's, as at the time, his ball-striking technique was thought to resemble Platini's, although, like Zico and Maradona, he preferred to take free kicks from close range, usually from a distance of around 20 to 16 metres from the goal, or even just outside the area, and to have the ball touched by a teammate first before striking it. FEDELE ( arrabbiato): Il problema non è questo, io non ti ho detto che vuole giocare. Pubblicato nell'edizione del 19 maggio 2006. [207][303], Although naturally right-footed,[304] Baggio was comfortable using either foot,[265][275] and often began dribbling with his left foot. Europe Championship pub#1 Roberto Baggio", "Pro Soccer Club o Tsukurou! He scored the winning goal of the match, after combining with Francesco Moriero and Filippo Inzaghi, as Italy topped their group. He was also nominated for the 1998 Serie A Italian Footballer of the Year and Serie A Footballer of the Year awards, losing out to Alessandro Del Piero and Ronaldo, respectively. MOGGI ( arrabbiato): Vabbè, c' è rimasto male... Ci rimane meglio un' altra volta. [135] Baggio scored a goal against his former club Bologna in a European play-off match, but Inter lost both matches, failing to qualify for the UEFA Cup. He scored two in the round of 16, helping a ten-man Italy defeat Nigeria 2–1 at Foxboro Stadium in Boston, after trailing for most of the match. Non lo fa giocare? «Una conversazione da cui emergerebbero delle manovre all' epoca già in atto da parte del gruppo moggiano per intervenire sul rinnovamento delle regole e dunque delle persone, che riguardano proprio Maurizio Mattei, il quale poi sarà il nuovo designatore unico». [467], In the Channel 4 sitcom Father Ted, Baggio (and Alessandro Costacurta) is mentioned during the 1995 episode "Grant Unto Him Eternal Rest" by Father Dougal McGuire (portrayed by Ardal O'Hanlon), who, when prompted to say the last rites in Latin, ends up saying the footballers' names. Gli puoi dare un paio di magliette per i miei figli? [372] His managers at Brescia, Carlo Mazzone and Gianni De Biasi, as well as his former teammates Luca Toni and Emanuele Filippini, also praised Baggio for his discipline, professionalism, and dedication in training during his time with the club, with De Biasi calling him "an example. Ecco la Goal 50: i migliori 50 giocatori al mondo. I verbali in mano ai magistrati dell' inchiesta che ha sconvolto il mondo del calcio riportano fedelmente le trascrizioni delle telefonate. E poi dopo abbiamo 10.000 giocatori che ci rientrano dalle Nazionali, è un momento di precarietà degli attaccanti. "[344] In 2015, Les Carpenter of The Guardian described Baggio as "perhaps the greatest player of his time,"[345] while his colleague Emmet Gates dubbed him "the best player of his generation. delle Notti Magiche", "Italia-Stati Uniti: 1-0 - Giannini, poi il buio", "Calcio, La beffa di Maradona rovina le notti magiche", "Italia-Cecoslovacchia: 2-0 - E lo Stadio urlò: è nato il genio che ci farà felici", "Diego Maradona goal voted the FIFA World Cup™ Goal of the Century", "Italia - Uruguay: 2-0 - Un Serena per amico", "Italia - Eire: 1-0 - Schillaci ci prende gusto", "Storie Mondiali: l'Italia e i maledetti rigori", "Italia-Inghilterra: 2-1 - L'Italia non s'è persa", "Schillaci ricorda a FFT: "Dopo Italia '90 ho pianto e fumato, "Baggio 2 timbra il visto per l' America", "Sta male anche Baggio Roberto giocherà ma ha una tendinite. E Baggio va ricordato sempre, "Capello: "Il calciatore italiano numero uno? Altrimenti è affiliato alla Legione Straniera. Despite his decisive penalty miss in the 1994 World Cup final shoot-out, Baggio is statistically one of the greatest penalty kick specialists in Italian football history. [77] Baggio returned to the starting line-up in the first leg of the Coppa Italia semi-final against Lazio in Rome on 8 March 1995, setting up Fabrizio Ravanelli's winner. [6] At the 1998 World Cup, he scored twice before Italy were eliminated by eventual champions France in the quarter-finals. What a goal by Baggio! [1][29][72] Baggio made his 200th Serie A appearance on 5 December 1993 in a 1–0 win over Napoli. [78] On his first Serie A match back from injury, on 12 March 1995, Baggio scored Juventus' second goal in a 2–0 win over Foggia, and set up Ravanelli's goal. Although he was the star performer for Italy at the tournament, he missed the decisive penalty in the shootout of the final against Brazil. It's something that I will never understand in my lifetime. He eventually lost his spot in the squad, missing out on Italy's Euro 1996 squad, despite winning the Scudetto that year with A.C. Milan. [169] Before Baggio had joined Brescia, they had never been able to avoid relegation after being newly promoted to Serie A, in over 40 years. [475] On 3 August 2018, EA Sports announced on their official Twitter account that Baggio would feature in EA Sports' football video game FIFA 19 as one of the new Ultimate Team Icons. [204], After under-performing during the group stage, Baggio refound his form in the knockout stages, where he scored five memorable goals. Voleva giocare perché era a Parma. In 2002, Baggio became the first Italian player in over 50 years to score more than 300 career goals; he is currently the fifth-highest scoring Italian in all competitions with 318 goals. He was quiet, polite, respectful, humble. Diego show con Baggio, poi si infuria: "Icardi non doveva giocare, "Milano, Baggio inaugura il centro buddista più grande d'Europa", "Lucio Dalla: Album - Luna Matana (Baggio, Baggio)", "Cesare Cremonini: Un pop Maturo Conquista l'Estate", "Baggio e lo spot del rigore "E' la fine di un incubo, "Johnnie Walker ads - Baggio: Keep On Walking", "Pubblicità: La Passione di Baggio, Cassano e Kuerten Per Diadora", "Foreign Celebrities in Japan: Codino Divino", "World Football Climax pub Roberto Baggio", "Pro Soccer Club o Tsukurou! He summarised Baggio's career with the following: "It is perhaps one of football’s great injustices that Il Divin Codino is best known globally for his penalty miss in the Final of the 1994 World Cup against Brazil. David Platt momentarily equalised, but with five minutes left on the clock, Baggio set up Schillaci, who was fouled inside the area by Paul Parker. For half an hour, he was on fire. SCONTI FINO al 20% SU MOLTISSIMI PRODOTTI, A un certo punto, nella chilometrica relazione che riassume l' inchiesta «Off-side» («Fuorigioco»), frutto di otto mesi di intercettazioni, si legge la parola continuità scritta in corsivo. Non è che i giocatori dettano legge. [465][466] An animated version of himself appeared in the Japanese football cartoon Captain Tsubasa (known in Italy as Che Campioni: Holly & Benji). Sussurri del calcio dietro le quinte? Su Baggio e Cruijff…, "I 50 anni del 'Divin Codino' Baggio: campione unico che ha unito il mondo del calcio", "Baggio 5x10 - L'inizio del campione, da Vicenza a Firenze. Devono massacrarli, sia a Coverciano e poi non farli arbitrare per due mesi. LANESE: Lo so, non mi dire. E Codino regista è il faro del Milan", "Baggio, "Divin Codino" Who Won AC Milan's Heart", "Baggio, che sorpresa! Dice di aver parlato «con tutti e due», cioè i designatori. [46] With Fiorentina, Baggio scored 55 goals in 136 appearances, 39 of which were in Serie A, from 94 appearances. [472] Baggio's impact on football has been celebrated with the release of an online game called Baggio's Magical Kicks, in which players try to replicate his accuracy on free-kicks and penalties. Baggio later stated that Sacchi was "crazy". [96][97][98] At the time, Baggio had been linked with Inter Milan,[99] Real Madrid and English Premier League clubs Manchester United and Blackburn Rovers. [35] However, this proved to be an unfortunate move, as after injuries, disappointing results and several managerial changes throughout the season (including Luigi Simoni, Mircea Lucescu and Roy Hodgson), Baggio struggled to gain playing time,[35][51][131] and was used out of position as a winger, often as a substitute. L'italo-svizzera ha ceduto alla testa di serie numero sette del torneo, la russa Svetlana Kuznetsova. [27][28] Baggio was also awarded the Guerin d'Oro in 1985 as the Best Player in Serie C.[32], During the end of his final season at Vicenza, Baggio shattered both the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and the meniscus of his right knee while playing against Rimini on 5 May 1985, while attempting a slide tackle. [432] With eight hat-tricks in Serie A, he has also scored the joint-tenth most hat-tricks in the history of the Italian league, alongside Amedeo Amadei, Giampiero Boniperti, Hernán Crespo, and Marco van Basten. [121][122] During his time at A.C. Milan, Baggio scored 19 goals in 67 appearances in all competitions; 12 of his goals were scored in Serie A, in 51 appearances, 3 were scored in the Coppa Italia in 6 appearances, and 4 were scored in European competitions, in 10 appearances. [443], In 2001, Baggio wrote an autobiography entitled Una porta nel cielo ("A Goal in the Sky", but also "A Door in the Sky"), including details about his career, childhood, religion, personal life and rifts with managers. [38] Baggio suffered another knee injury on 28 September, and he was operated again, requiring 220 stitches to have it rebuilt, losing 12 kg as a result and missing most of the season.

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