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Patrizio Billio

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Place of birth  Treviso, Italy
1994–1995  → Verona (loan)
Playing position  Midfielder
1993–1994  → Ravenna (loan)
Height  1.80 m
1992–1993  → Viareggio (loan)
Role  Footballer
Years  Team
Name  Patrizio Billio

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Date of birth  (1974-04-19) 19 April 1974 (age 41)

Patrizio Billio (born 19 April 1974) is a former Italian footballer who played as a midfielder.


Born in Treviso, Italy, Billio started his professional career at A.C. Milan, playing with the youth academy before being promoted to the senior squad. He then played for Viareggio, Ravenna, Verona (both Serie B), Casarano (Serie C1), Ternana (Serie C2), Ancona.

In January 1998, he also played for Crystal Palace in the Premier League, making his debut as a substitute in a win against Newcastle United at St James' Park.

In October 1999, he was signed for Dundee. He was dropped from the squad in November 2000. He was put in the transfer list, but he failed to find a club to sign him and fulfill the demand in transfer fee. He was signed by Aberdeen on a free transfer in August 2002. He scored his first and only goal for the club in a 3-1 win over Dunfermline.

He was released in December 2002, and he signed for Livorno of Serie B.

He then played for Sora (Serie C1, 2003–04, 2004-05 Jan.), Pro Sesto (January 2005 – 2006, Serie C1 &C2) and Massese (Serie C1). He returned to Pro Sesto in 2008 Serie C1 and successively returned to Tuscany on January 2009 to join Lega Pro Seconda Divisione club Colligiana.


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