| Viareggio, Italy|
Bologna F.C. 1909
| Calcio Lido|
| Cesare Gianfranco Rickler Del Mare|
(1987-03-18) 18 March 1987 (age 28)
Cesare Rickler Wikipedia
Cesare Rickler (born 18 March 1987) is an Italian footballer. He is a centre back for Bologna.
Rickler made his first team debut on 18 April 2007 in an away match against Lazio, ended in a 0–0 tie.
Rickler had only played 4 matches in Serie A and 17 in Serie B with Chievo, rest of his Chievo career was spent on loan to Serie B clubs.
In June 2011 Rickler was exchanged with Alessandro Bassoli in co-ownership deal. Both players' 50% registration rights were tagged for €1.5 million. He signed a 5-year contract, which worth €100,000 in net in the first season and would gradually increased to €120,000 in the last 3 seasons, plus bonuses. The deal was criticized as financial trick or even creative accounting, as the aggressive price tag of both players only improved 2010–11 financial result (selling profit nearly €3M) and created an amortization cost of €3 million (€600,000 each for 5 seasons) from 2011 to 2016, with both players performance were impaired with costing the club €600,000.
Moreover, following Rickler was banned for 4 years, Bologna would never recovered the residual contract value €2.4M, thus both club gave up the bought back rights in June 2012. Bologna also write-down the contract value of Rickler for a season for €600,985 in the financial year to make his contract residual value "worth" around €1.8 million in accounting on 1 July 2012 (however followed the ban shortened, the write-down reverted).
Rickler had been questioned by prosecutor since March 2012. On 18 June 2012 Rickler was suspended for 4 years due to involvement in 2011–12 Italian football scandal. His Piacenza and Chievo team-mate Alessandro Sbaffo also request to ban 3-year and 3 months by procurator. However Sbaffo's plea bargain was successful reduced the ban by heavy fine, but Rickler employed the lawyer to defence and failed to acquit the charge. Rickler's appeal to "Corte di Giustizia Federale" was dismissed on 6 July 2012. However his ban was shorten by Tribunale Nazionale di Arbitrato per lo Sport to 14 months after appeal.
In April 2013 Rickler's ban was shortened; on 21 August 2013 Rickler left for fourth division club Mantova F.C..
On July 2014 joined on loan to Prato.
He also made a total two appearances with the Italian Under-20 squad, and was also selected once for the Italian U-21 team.
His grandfather Gianfranco Dell'Innocenti played almost 300 games in the Serie A in the 1940s and 1950s.