| Avellino, Italy|
| Free agent|
| (1984-09-17) 17 September 1984 (age 31)|
Domenico Citro Wikipedia
Domenico Citro (born 17 September 1984) is an Italian footballer.
Born in Avellino, Campania, Citro started his career with Emilia side Parma, as first as a midfielder. In January 2004 he left for Serie C2 side Carrarese in co–ownership deal, where he spent 4½ Serie C2 seasons. Parma also gave up the remain 50% registration rights to Carrarese in June 2005. He also spent 1 season with Serie C1 side Manfredonia, signed a reported 2–year contract.
He returned to Carrarese in August 2007.
Citro capped for Italy at U15 level (the feeder team of U16 team, now U17 team). In November 2004 he received a call-up from Italy under-21 Lega Pro representative team against England C, but as unused bench. He also selected to annual Serie C Quadrangular Tournament, but for Serie C2/B U21 representative team in February 2005.
In June 2005, he was selected to Italy U21 B team which specially for 2005 Mediterranean Games, and for a preparation match against Serie D Best XI. He started both match against Morocco and Libya, but both replaced by Fabio Catacchini at second half.