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| (1974-06-05) June 5, 1974 (age 41)|Matteo Guardalben Wikipedia
Matteo Guardalben (born 5 June 1974 in Nogara, Province of Verona) is an Italian football goalkeeper.
After 5 seasons with Parma, Guardalben (along with Nicola Mora and Matuzalém) joined Piacenza in a co-ownership deal. Half of Guardalben's rights was valued for 3 billion lire.
Guardalben was exchanged with Cristiano Lupatelli in January 2006.
Guardalben signed a 3-year contract with Vicenza of Serie B in July 2006, as Adriano Zancopè's backup, but he was injured in October and back to squad in May 2007.
In the next season, he became the first choice since November 2007, until February 2008 the arrival of Marco Fortin.
In summer 2009, he was signed by Serie A club U.C. Sampdoria as third-choice keeper, and never played a single game during his stay with the blucerchiati. On July 2010 he was signed by Serie B club Modena in a free transfer.
In 2005, Guardalben was called up three times by the Italy national football team, all as unused substitute.