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Full name  Fabio Coltorti
1987–1999  Kriens
Weight  95 kg
Name  Fabio Coltorti
Salary  600,000 EUR (2009)
Playing position  Goalkeeper
Role  Footballer
Date joined  2012
Number  1
Height  1.97 m

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Date of birth  (1980-12-03) 3 December 1980 (age 35)
Current team  RB Leipzig (#1 / Goalkeeper)
Similar People  Dominik Kaiser, Paco Fernandez, Juan Carlos Unzue, Andoni Goikoetxea Olaskoaga, Hector Cuper

Place of birth  Kriens, Switzerland

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Fabio Coltorti (born 3 December 1980) is a Swiss footballer who plays for German club RB Leipzig as a goalkeeper.

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Club career

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Coltorti was born in Kriens. During his career in his country he played with hometown's SC Kriens, FC Schaffhausen, FC Thun and Grasshopper Club Zürich, being first-choice for the latter three.

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On 30 August 2007, Coltorti penned a four-year contract with Spanish club Racing de Santander, for €1 million. During his first season with the Cantabrians he was mainly restricted to Copa del Rey matches, which also happened in the following; his La Liga debut came on 22 December 2007, in a 1–4 away loss against Sevilla FC.

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From mid-December 2009 to February 2010, Coltorti had his longest league run in Racing's goal, benefitting from starter Toño's injury: in the first eight matches the club only lost once, at Villarreal CF (2–0), only conceding seven goals. He would finish the campaign with 23 league appearances, as his team barely avoided relegation after finishing in 16th position.

Toño returned to full fitness for 2010–11, playing in 37 of 38 league games. In mid-June 2011, Coltorti returned to his country and signed a one-year deal with FC Lausanne-Sport. During a league game against BSC Young Boys in early April of the following year he injured his little finger in the final minutes but, rather than leaving the pitch as his team had already used all three substitutes, he relocated his finger back into place and continued playing until the end of the 3–1 away win.

In the 2012 summer, Coltorti joined German club RB Leipzig, helping it promote from the Regionalliga Nord to the 2. Bundesliga in just two years. In late July 2014, he suffered a serious knee injury, going on to be sidelined for several months; on 24 April of the following year he became the first goalkeeper to score a winner from open play in any of the two major levels of German football, netting in the 90th minute for a 2–1 home success over SV Darmstadt 98.

Coltorti's maiden appearance in the Bundesliga took place on 1 April 2017, as the 36-year-old was in goal during the 4–0 home win against Darmstadt.

International career

Coltorti was called up to the 2006 FIFA World Cup despite having only one cap for the Swiss national team, gained in a friendly with Scotland on 1 March 2006.

He also appeared twice for the under-21 team.

References

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