| Luigi Panarelli|
Taranto F.C. 1927
| (1976-04-26) 26 April 1976 (age 39)|Luigi Panarelli Wikipedia
Luigi Panarelli (born 26 April 1976) is an Italian footballer who plays as a defender for Taranto in the Italian Lega Pro Prima Divisione. He spent most of the season at Lega Pro (ex-Serie C).
Panarelli started his career at hometown club Taranto. He won Serie D Champion in 1995. He played another season at Serie C2 before joined Serie A side S.S.C. Napoli, which he failed to play regularly. He followed Napoli relegated to Serie B in 1998, but just played 3 times before joined league rival Andria. In summer 1999, he joined Serie A side Torino and followed the team relegated in 2000 but just played 5 time in 2 seasons. In summer 2001, he left on loan to Serie B side Crotone as he was the surplus of Torino for the Serie A campaign.
In summer 2002, he was signed by A.S. Roma in co-ownership deal. That season Torino signed Alberto Maria Fontana (tagged for €5.5M), Giammarco Frezza (tagged for €5M) Daniele Martinetti (tagged for €1.6M) in co-ownership deal and Roma signed Panarelli in co-ownership deal for €5M, Gabriele Paoletti for €5.5M, Alberto Schettino for €1.6M, which made there were no cash involved but generate €12.1M transfer income to both parties and €12.1M cost to amortize in instalments, generate "profit" in the first season. Panarelli was signed a 3-year contract, which he was rumoured to play for Palermo, also owned by Roma President Franco Sensi. But after Palermo was sold 1 month later, he was loaned to Serie C2 side Florentia Viola, the new club to replace the bankrupted A.C. Fiorentina, but failed to play regularly. In the next season, he left for hometown club Taranto and played 24 matches at Serie C1. In June 2004, Torino signed remained rights of Frezza, Fontana and Martinetti for free and Roma signed Paoletti for fee and Panarelli Schettino for just €60,000 in total. Panarelli then left for Teramo on loan.
In August 2005, Panarelli signed a contract with Avellino. He was not a regular of the team, and in March 2006 appeared in the reality TV show without asking the permission of the club.
He then released by Avellino and in November 2006 signed a contract with Salernitana. But on 31 January 2007 he joined U.S. Foggia. In August 2007, he signed an annual contract with Cavese. In 2008–09 season, he played regularly for Prima Divisione side Sorrento. In August 2009, he was signed by Seconda Divisione side Brindisi where he played 17 out of first 18 matches. In January 2010, he returned to Taranto.Serie B: 2001
Serie D: 1995