| Carmine Coppola|
| (1979-01-10) 10 January 1979 (age 36)|
Pollena Trocchia, Italy
Carmine Coppola (footballer) Wikipedia
Carmine Coppola (born 10 January 1979) is a former Italian footballer who played as a midfielder.
Coppola joined AlbinoLeffe in 2000 in co-ownership deal. In June 2001 AlbinoLeffe acquired the remain 50% registration rights from Vicenza. He then sold to Messina in 2001.
In January 2007, Coppola exchanged with Andrea Giallombardo on loan, making his Serie A debut in Livorno on 14 January against Atalanta. He then signed a new contract with the club. He was released after the bankrupt of Messina. He joined Serie B team Frosinone. He moved again in December on free transfer.
In August 2009 he terminated his contract with Salernitana, and joined Arezzo.
In January 2010 he left for Taranto. In July, he joined SPAL. In August 2011, he returned to Messina, a Serie D team.
Coppola also appeared for the Italian national team in two friendly matches played on 2005 against Serbia and Montenegro and Ecuador.