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Place of birth  Cesena, Italy
2006–2007  Mantova
Weight  74 kg
Playing position  Forward
Name  Marco Bernacci
Career start  2000

Years  Team
Role  Footballer
Position  Forward
2001–2006  Cesena
Height  1.93 m
Current team  A.P.D. Ribelle 1927
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Date of birth  (1983-12-15) 15 December 1983 (age 31)
Similar People  Alex Calderoni, Isah Eliakwu, Gianni Comandini

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Marco Bernacci (born 15 December 1983) is an Italian footballer who plays for A.P.D. Ribelle 1927 as a forward. He has played over 200 games in the Italian Serie B.

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Career

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A youth product of hometown club Cesena, Bernacci helped the team through the 2004 Serie C1 playoffs, earning the side promotion to Serie B.

In summer 2006, he joined A.C. Mantova in a joint-ownership bid for €1.7 million. After the arrival of Denis Godeas in January 2007 and Giorgio Corona in July 2007, he was out-favoured by Mantova and was sold to Ascoli, on 31 July 2007, for €1.55 million (€150,000 went to Cesena and €1.4 million to Mantova). Cesena still retained 50% registration rights.

On 15 June 2008, he was sold to Bologna from Ascoli which had won promotion to Serie A. Ascoli bought Cesena's portion for €1.8 million and sold to Bologna for undisclosed fee. He successively spent loan periods back at Ascoli, and a one-month stay at Torino F.C. as part of a loan exchange with Matteo Rubin. On 26 August 2010 it was revealed that Bernacci had unilaterally rescinded his contract due to depression and quit football altogether on a temporary basis. Barnacci later returned to football and was loaned once again by Bologna to Modena for the 2011-12 Serie B season.

He was released in July 2012. On 31 August 2012 he was signed by Bellaria of the fourth division. In July 2013 he moved to Forlì in 2-year contract, another Lega Pro Seconda Divisione club.

On 9 July 2014 the contract was terminated from mutual consent. Bernacci then moved back to Bellaria on 22 July.

Almost a year after Bernacci's return to Bellaria on 1 July 2015, he joined Ribelle for free.

References

Marco Bernacci Wikipedia