| Rome, Italy|
350,000 EUR (2012)
| (1980-04-24) 24 April 1980 (age 35)|
Ilari Anna Sgrigna, Valentina Sgrigna, Nicolas Sgrigna
Walter Novellino, Giampiero Ventura, Alberto Zaccheroni, Gianni De Biasi, Stefano Colantuono
Alessandro Sgrigna Wikipedia
Alessandro Sgrigna (born 24 April 1980 in Rome) is an Italian football forward who plays for Leodari Vicenza.
Sgrigna started his career at Rome for Lodigiani. He played for Internazionale youth team before back to Rome.
He then signed by Vicenza in mid of 1999. He also co-owned with Verona from 1999 to 2002. He played 3 league matches before loaned out in 2000-01 season, which he stayed from June to October 2000. . Returned to Vicenza in 2001, he started to play regularly, collected 24 league appearances but in next season just played twice in 2002–03 Serie B until left the club in January 2003.
Sgrigna was loaned to Cittadella of 2002–03 Serie C1 in mid of the season. He was signed in another co-ownership deal along with Stefano Mazzocco at the start of 2003-04 season, played another 57 league matches for Cittadella. In June 2005, Vicenza won the blind auction against Cittadella for the player.
Sgrigna made 33 appearances and 4 goals in 2005–06 Serie B. After he scored nil in 2006-07 season, Sgrigna was loaned to Bari of the same league.
In July 2007 he went on loan to Triestina, for €100,000, also from Serie B, coached by Rolando Maran, the same coach at Bari. Triestina bought him in co-ownership deal (exchanged with Emiliano Testini, both tagged for €900,000) in January 2008 but in June Vicenza bought back Sgrigna again, for €500,000 (while Testini was tagged for €480,000).
In August 2010 he was exchanged with Elvis Abbruscato. Sgrigna was valued €1.32 million and Abbruscato for €1.2 million.
Sgrigna has been capped for the Italian U16, U17, and U18 teams. He played at 1999 UEFA European Under-18 Football Championship that lost to Portugal in the final.