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Full name  Roberto Antonelli
1972–1977  Monza
Position  Forward
Years  Team
Height  1.74 m

Playing position  Striker
Role  Footballer
Place of birth  Morbegno, Italy
Name  Roberto Antonelli
Children  Luca Antonelli
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Date of birth  (1953-05-29) 29 May 1953 (age 62)
Similar People  Luca Antonelli, Ruben Buriani, Filippo Antonelli

Roberto Antonelli (born 29 May 1953) is an Italian former football manager and player who played as a striker or as an attacking midfielder.

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Club career

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A highly talented yet humble player, throughout his career, Antonelli played for Italian clubs Monza, Vicenza, A.C. Milan, Genoa, and Roma. He contributed to Milan's tenth league title victory during the 1978–79 Serie A season with 21 appearances and 5 goals; following Milan's relegation after their involvement in the Totonero 1980 match-fixing scandal, he remained with the club and played a decisive role in helping the team win the Serie B title in 1981 and earn promotion to Serie A, scoring 15 goals, and finishing the season as the top scorer in Serie B.

Personal life

His son Luca Antonelli is a professional footballer, currently playing for Milan as a left back. Throughout his career, Roberto earned the nickname Dustin, due to his resemblance to the actor Dustin Hoffman.

Club

A.C. Milan
  • Serie A: 1978–79
  • Serie B: 1980–81
  • Mitropa Cup: 1981–82
  • Individual

  • Serie B Top-scorer: 1980–81 (15 goals)
  • A.C. Milan Hall of Fame
  • References

    Roberto Antonelli Wikipedia


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