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1999–2000  Cagliari
Position  Defender
1998–1999  Colligiana
Height  1.84 m

Years  Team
Role  Footballer
Playing position  Defender
Name  Simone Calori
Current team  Matera Calcio
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Date of birth  (1980-07-23) 23 July 1980 (age 35)

Place of birth  Montevarchi, Italy

Simone Calori (born 23 July 1980) is an Italian footballer.

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Biography

Born in Montevarchi, the Province of Arezzo, Tuscany, Calori started his career at Serie D club Colligiana. In 1999, he was signed by Cagliari. From 2000 to 2006, Calori spent 6 seasons with Sangiovannese, a team also located in the Province of Arezzo. In 2006, he moved to Pisa, Tuscany. Calori played 31 matches in 2006–07 Serie C1. Calori also played all 4 matches in the promotion playoffs, winning promotion back to Serie B.

In July 2007, Calori moved to fellow Serie B club Mantova. He only played 18 games in 2007–08 Serie B, including 7 starts. On 25 June 2008, 5 days before the closure of 2007–08 financial year, Calori and Valerio Di Cesare were swapped with Mattia Marchesetti and Riccardo Fissore. Calori also re-joined former Pisa team-mate Giovanni Passiglia at Vicenza. Both Mantova and Vicenza valued the players for €1.5 million, also signing 3-year contract. Di Cesare was valued €1,000,000, Calori for €500,000; Marchesetti €1,000,000 and Fissore €500,000.

Calori failed to make his league debut for Vicenza. In January 2009 Calori left for Perugia of Lega Pro Prima Divisione in temporary deal. In the next season Calori left for another third division club Taranto along with Julián Magallanes.

In summer 2010, Vicenza sold Calori to Pisa for free (along with Passiglia) and Di Cesare to Torino for just €250,000. The club had to write-down the residual value of the contracts partially or in full.

Calori was signed by Serie D club Salerno in summer 2011. The club finished as the Group G winner and directly promoted back to the fourth division – the lowest level of the professional league.

In December 2012 he was signed by Giacomense.

References

Simone Calori Wikipedia


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