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Carlo Gervasoni

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Place of birth  Legnano, Italy
Name  Carlo Gervasoni
Years  Team
Role  Footballer
1999-2001  Como
Height  1.86 m
2001-2004  South Tyrol

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Date of birth  (1982-01-04) 4 January 1982 (age 33)
Playing position  Central Defender (retired)

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Carlo Gervasoni (born 4 January 1982) is a former Italian footballer who played as a defender. His career ended in 2011 after a ban from football due to his involvement in the 2011 Italian football match-fixing scandal; the ban is set to end in 2018.

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Career

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Gervasoni started his career at a small Lombard club Como. In mid-2001, Gervasoni and Marco Mallus joined South Tyrol of Serie C2; concurrently Luigi Crisopulli returned to Como. During his three seasons with Tyrol, Gervasoni was a regular starter. In June 2004 Como bought back Gervasoni outright for €120,000 but sold to Geona for free. But Genoa immediately sold him to Verona in another co-ownership deal, for €500,000. Although he just played 24 matches, Verona sign him permanently. After he played another 24 matches, he left for fellow Serie B Bari in co-ownership deal. Luigi Anaclerio also joined Verona also in co-ownership on the same day. In June Verona bought back Gervasoni.

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In August 2007, he joined Albinoleffe in another co-ownership deal, for €560,000. He signed a 3-year contract. Gervasoni back to play as a regular starter and he secured a permanent deal in June 2008 for another €95,000.

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On 31 August 2009, Gervasoni was exchanged with Dario Passoni. After the relegation and bankruptcy of Mantova, he joined Cremonese. In January 2011 he left for Serie B club Piacenza. Francesco Bini also joined Cremonese in exchange.

He was banned from football activity for five years due to involvement in the 2011 Italian football scandal; an additional one year and 8 months was added on May 2012; four more months were added in August, meaning Gervasoni will serve a 7-year ban.

References

Carlo Gervasoni Wikipedia


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