| (1973-10-17) 17 October 1973 (age 42)|
San Giovanni in Persiceto, Italy
Andrea Tarozzi Wikipedia
Andrea Tarozzi (born 17 October 1973) is an Italian former footballer, who played as a defender, and currently the assistant manager of Parma.
Born in San Giovanni in Persiceto, the Province of Bologna, Tarozzi started his career with Bologna in Serie B and followed the team as they were relegated to Serie C1 in 1993.
After making his Serie A debut in the 1996–97 season, in July 1997 he joined Fiorentina for 6.5 billion Italian lire, while Daniele Carnasciali moved to opposite direction, for 1.75 billion lire.
Following Fiorentina's bankruptcy, Tarozzi became a free agent, and joined Serie B side Ternana on 23 August.
In 2002–03 season, he moved to Como, also at Serie B. He then played for Serie C1 side Padova and Sassuolo.
He was the team manager of Sassuolo (as of 2009–10 season), while Giovanni Rossi was the sports director and Stefano Pioli was the head coach.
In 2011, he passed his category 2 coaching exam, made him eligible to coach Lega Pro teams.Bologna
Serie C1: 1994–95
Serie B: 1995–96
Coppa Italia: 2000–01
Serie C1: 2007–08