| Conegliano Calcio|
| (1971-05-26) May 26, 1971 (age 44)|
San Dona di Piave, Italy
Fiorentina (youth manager)
Massimo Orlando Wikipedia
Massimo Orlando (born 26 May 1971 in San Donà di Piave) is an Italian professional football coach and a former player, who played as a midfielder. He currently manages the youth team of ACF Fiorentina.
After beginning his club career with Conegliano Calcio (1986–1988), Orlando played for 7 seasons (122 games, 16 goals) in the Serie A, for ACF Fiorentina (1990–97), A.C. Milan (1994–95) and Atalanta B.C. (1997–99); although he played for Juventus in 1990, he failed to make a single appearance in Serie A for the club during the 1990–91 season. He also played for Reggina (1988–90), and retired in 2001, after a spell with Pistoiese.
At international level, Orlando was a member of the Italy national under-21 football team that won the UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship under manager Cesare Maldini in 1992.
Regarded as a promising player in his youth, Orlando was a creative and technically gifted attacking midfielder, with an excellent left foot and good dribbling skills. Although he was usually deployed in the centre, he was also capable of playing on the left. A team-player, although he was not a prolific goalscorer, he was known for his generous and unselfish playing style in midfield. Despite his talent, he struggled to live up to his potential and his career was also affected by several injuries.Fiorentina
Coppa Italia winner: 1995–96.
Supercoppa Italiana winner: 1996 (on the roster, but not played in the game).
Supercoppa Italiana winner: 1994 (both times on the roster, but not played in the game).
UEFA Super Cup winner: 1994 (on the roster, but not played in the game).
UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship champion: 1992.