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Massimo Margiotta

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1997–1998  Cosenza
Position  Forward
1994–1997  Pescara
Height  1.88 m
Years  Team
Role  Footballer
Playing position  Forward
Name  Massimo Margiotta

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Date of birth  (1977-07-27) 27 July 1977 (age 38)
Number  29 (Frosinone Calcio / Forward)
Similar People  Stefan Schwoch, Gilberto Angelucci, Alejandro Cichero

Place of birth  Maracaibo, Venezuela

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Massimo Margiotta (born 27 July 1977) is a former Italian-Venezuelan footballer who played as a forward.


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Margiotta was signed by Vicenza in co-ownership deal with Udinese in mid-2001. In June 2002 Margiotta was bought outright by the Veneto club. In August 2003 he was loaned to Perugia but returned to January 2004. In August 2005 he left for Piacenza.


In July 2006 he left for Frosinone initially in temporary deal. In summer 2007 Margiotta joined the Lazio-based club outright for €50,000.

Margiotta admitted to be involved in a football gambling controversy in June 2007. He is being suspended for 4 months, has to serve community service and pay a fine of €10,000.

Return to Vicenza

On 21 August 2008 Margiotta returned to Vicenza.


In September 2010, he left for Barletta on free transfer, signed an annual contract. He was immediately included in starting XI, partnered with Giuseppe Caccavallo and Nicola Bellomo in a 4–3–2–1 formation. Coach Arcangelo Sciannimanico putted the original starter Paolo Carbonaro and Saveriano Infantino on the bench. Margiotta scored a late goal for Barletta after Foggia scored its second goal.

International career

Born in Venezuela, Margiotta played for Italy at youth level and at Football at the 2000 Summer Olympics. In 2004 FIFA changed its rules to allow a footballer switch nation to be represented if he had multi-nationality. Originally targeted for player aged under 21, that year also accept any player to apply. Margiotta switched to Venezuela as he might have no chance to play for Italy. He collected 11 caps, 4 of them were friendlies.

Post retirement

Since retired in 2011, Margiotta became a staff of Vicenza youth system, as Responsabili dell'Attività di Base from 2011–12 season to 2013–14 season (along with Alberto Ciarelli), In 2014–15 season he replaced Stefano Umbro as Responsabile Attività Agonistic.

In July 2015, Margiotta (for 2 months), CEO Dario Cassingena, Antonio Mandato and coach Mauro Carretta were sanctioned by Italian Football Federation (FIGC) on transfer irregularity on the signing of youth player Domenico Ranalletta.


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