|Place of birth Rome, Italy|
Weight 75 kg
Name Valerio Fiori
Current team A.C. Milan
Height 1.85 m
|Date of birth (1969-04-27) April 27, 1969 (age 46)|
Education Sapienza University of Rome
Valerio Fiori Kristijan Kiki Župić goalkeeper Milan camp 2011
Valerio Fiori (born 27 April 1969) is an Italian former professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper, and A.C. Milan coaching staff. He is currently a goalkeeping coach at Serie A club Milan.
- Valerio Fiori Kristijan Kiki upi goalkeeper Milan camp 2011
- Valerio fiori e le premiazioni alla selva dei pini
Valerio fiori e le premiazioni alla selva dei pini
Fiori is currently retired from professional football and will pursue a career in law. He has made only two official appearances in eight seasons with the club: a 4–2 loss in Serie A to Piacenza Calcio, and a 1–0 Coppa Italia win over U.C. Sampdoria as a first-half injury replacement for Christian Abbiati. Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani stated that Fiori's lengthy stint at the club, despite his lack of playing time, was due to his professional conduct.
Before AC Milan, he played for Lodigiani (one season), Lazio (6 seasons), Cagliari (three seasons), Cesena, Fiorentina and Piacenza (1 season apiece). It was because of his impressive performances with Piacenza that Milan decided to sign him, although at the time they already had Sebastiano Rossi and Abbiati in their ranks. Though he made four appearances for Italy's Under-21 squad, Fiori was never called up for the senior side.
He was Milan's starting keeper in a 2–2 friendly draw with Dynamo Kiev on September 6, 2007, which marked his first full match with the Rossoneri since a 1–1 draw with Chelsea F.C. in a friendly on August 1, 2005.
Fiori was a goalkeeping coach at A.C. Milan, along with Marco Landucci, from 2008 until 2016. After that he followed Clarence Seedorf and joined Shenzhen.
Fiori graduated with a bachelor's degree in law from University of Rome La Sapienza on July 12, 2007.