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Gennaro Gattuso
Gennaro Gattuso
Personal information
Full name Gennaro Ivan Gattuso
Date of birth 9 January 1978 (1978-01-09) (age 42)
Place of birth    Corigliano Calabro, Flag of Italy Italy
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Playing position Defensive midfielder
Club information
Current club Flag of Italy Napoli (manager)
Youth clubs
1990–1995 Flag of Italy Perugia
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1995–1997
1997–1998
1998–1999
1999–2012
2012–2013
Total
Flag of Italy Perugia
Scotland Rangers
Flag of Italy Salernitana
Flag of Italy Milan
Switzerland Sion
010 00(0)
034 00(3)
025 00(0)
335 00(9)
027 00(1)
483 0(13)   
National team
1995–1996
1998–2000
2000
2000–2010
Flag of Italy Italy U18
Flag of Italy Italy U21
Flag of Italy Italy Olympic
Flag of Italy Italy
014 00(3)
021 00(1)
0000(0)
073 00(1)
Teams managed
2013
2013
2014–2015
2015–2017
2017
2017–2019
2019–
Switzerland Sion (player-coach)
Flag of Italy Palermo
Flag of Crete OFI Crete
Flag of Italy Pisa
Flag of Italy Milan Primavera
Flag of Italy Milan
Flag of Italy Napoli

Gennaro Ivan "Rino" Gattuso (born 9 January 1978) is a retired Italian footballer who is the current manager of Napoli.

As a player, he mainly played in the centre as a defensive midfielder, although he was also capable of playing on the wing. He initially played for Perugia, Salernitana, and Rangers, though he is mostly remembered for his time with Milan in Serie A, where he won the Champions League, in 2002–03 and 2006–07, the Coppa Italia in 2002–03, and also the Serie A title in 2003–04 and 2010–11. In addition to these titles, he won two Italian Supercups, two UEFA Supercups, and a FIFA Club World Cup. At international level, he represented the Italy national football team at the 2000 Summer Olympics, three FIFA World Cups, two UEFA European Championships, and the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup.

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SSC Napoli
S.S.C. Napoli squad - 2020–21

1 Meret · 2 Malcuit · 5 Allan · 6 Rui · 7 Callejón · 8 Fabián · 9 Llorente · 11 Lozano · 12 Elmas · 13 Luperto · 14 Mertens · 18 Ciciretti · 19 Maksimović · 20 Zieliński · 22 Di Lorenzo · 23 Hysaj · 24 Insigne · (c) 25 Ospina · 26 Koulibaly · 27 Karnezis · 31 Ghoulam · 34 Younes · 44 Manolas · 62 Tonelli · 70 Gaetano · 99 Milik ·

  • Manager: Flag of Italy Gennaro Gattuso
    SSC Napoli
Current Serie A managers

Gasperini (Atalanta) · Mihajlović (Bologna) · Corini (Brescia) · Gattuso (Napoli) · Di Francesco (Cagliari) · Iachini (Fiorentina) · Nicola (Genoa) · Jurić (Hellas Verona) · Conte (Internazionale) · Pirlo (Juventus) · Inzaghi (Lazio) · Liverani (Lecce) · Pioli (Milan) · Vacant (Parma) · Fonseca (Roma) · Ranieri (Sampdoria) · De Zerbi (Sassuolo) · Di Biagio (SPAL) · Giampaolo (Torino) · Gotti (Udinese)

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A.C. Milan Football Club - Managers

Kilpin (1899–06) • Angeloni (1906–07) • Camperio (1907–11) • Technical committee (1911–15) • Moda (1915–16) • Cevenini (1916–18) • Technical committee (1918–19) • Moda (1919–21) • Lovati (1921–22) • Soldera (1922) • Oppenheim (1922–24) • Pozzo (1924–26) • Moda (1926) • Burgess (1926–28) • König (1928–31) • Bánás (1931–33) • Violak (1933–34) • Baloncieri (1934–37) • Garbutt (1937) • Felsner / Bánás (1937–38) • Bánás (1938–39) • Violak / Bánás (1939–40) • Bánás (1940) • Busini / Ara (1940–41) • Magnozzi (1941–43) • Santagostino (1943–45) • Busini / Baloncieri (1945–46) • Busini / Bigogno (1946–47) • Bigogno (1947–48) • Busini / Bigogno (1948–49) • Busini / Czeizler (1949–52) • Busini / Sperone (1952–53) • Busini / Gren (1953) • Busini / Morselli (1953) • Guttmann (1953–55) • Puricelli (1955–56) • Viani (1956–58) • Viani / Bonizzoni (1958–60) • Viani / Todeschini (1960–61) • Viani / Rocco (1961–63) • Viani / Carniglia (1963–64) • Viani / Liedholm (1964–65) • Liedholm (1965–66) • Cattozzo (1966) • Silvestri (1966–67) • Rocco (1967–72) • Rocco / Maldini (1972–73) • Rocco (1973) • Rocco / Maldini (1973–74) • Maldini (1974) • Trapattoni (1974) • Giagnoni (1974–75) • Rocco / Trapattoni (1975–76) • Rocco / Barison (1976) • Marchioro (1976–77) • Rocco (1977) • Liedholm (1977–79) • Giacomini (1979–81) • Galbiati (1981) • Radice (1981–82) • Galbiati (1982) • Castagner (1982–84) • Galbiati (1984) • Liedholm (1984–87) • Capello (1987) • Sacchi (1987–91) • Capello (1991–96) • Tabárez / Morini (1996) • Sacchi (1996–97) • Capello (1997–98) • Zaccheroni (1998–2001) • Maldini / Tassotti (2001) • Terim / Di Gennaro (2001) • Ancelotti (2001–09) • Leonardo (2009–10) • Allegri (2010–14) • Tassotti (2014) • Seedorf (2014) • Inzaghi (2014–15) • Mihajlović (2015–16) • Brocchi (2016) • Montella (2016–17) • Gattuso (2017–19) • Giampaolo (2019–)

S.S.C. Napoli - Managers

Kreutzer (1926–27) • Skasa (1927) • Technical Commission (Steiger, Terrile & Molnár) (1927–28) • Fischer (1928) • Terrile (1928–29) • Garbutt (1929–35) • Csapkay (1935–36) • Mattea (1936–38) • Payer (1938–39) • Technical Commission (D'Albora, Iodice, Castello, Piccini & Rocco) (1939) • Baloncieri (1939–40) • Vojak (1940–43) • Innocenti (1943) • Sansone (1945–46) • Vecchina (1947–48) • Sentimenti (1948) • Borel (1948–49) • De Manesc (1949) • Mosele (1949) • Monzeglio (1949–56) • Amadei (1956–59) • Frossi (1959) • Amadei (1959–61) • Sallustro (1961) • Baldi (1961–62) • Pesaola (1962) • Pesaola & Monzeglio (1962–63) • Lerici (1963–64) • Molino (1964) • Pesaola (1964–68) • Chiappella & Parola (1968–69) • Di Costanzo (1969) • Chiappella (1969–73) • Vinicio (1973–76) • Delfrati & Rivellino (1976) • Pesaola (1976–77) • Di Marzio (1977) • Vinício (1978) • Sormani (1980) • Marchesi (1980–82) • Giacomini (1982) • Rambone & Pesaola (1982–83) • Santin (1983–84) • Marchesi (1984–85) • Bianchi (1985–89) • Bigon (1989–91) • Ranieri (1991–93) • Bianchi (1993) • Lippi (1993–94) • Guerini (1994) • Boškov (1994–96) • Simoni (1996–97) • Montefusco (1997) • Mutti (1997) • Mazzone (1997) • Galeone (1997–98) • Montefusco (1998) • Ulivieri (1998–99) • Montefusco (1999) • Novellino (1999–2000) • Zeman (2000) • Mondonico (2000–01) • De Canio (2001–02) • Colomba (2002) • Busoc (2002) • Scoglio (2002–03) • Colomba (2003) • Agostinelli (2003) • Simoni (2003–04) • Ventura (2004) • Reja (2005–09) • Donadoni (2009) • Mazzarri (2009–13) • Benítez (2013–15) • Sarri (2015–18) • Ancelotti (2018–19) • Gattuso (2019–)

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Italy
Italy – 2002 FIFA World Cup

1. Buffon 2. Panucci 3. Maldini 4. Coco 5. Cannavaro 6. Zanetti 7. Del Piero 8. Gattuso 9. Inzaghi 10. Totti 11. Doni 12. Abbiati 13. Nesta 14. Di Biagio 15. Iuliano 16. Di Livio 17. Tommasi 18. Delvecchio 19. Zambrotta 20. Montella 21. Vieri 22. Toldo 23. Materazzi

Italy
Italy – UEFA Euro 2004

1. Buffon 2. Panucci 3. Oddo 4. Zanetti 5. Cannavaro 6. Ferrari 7. Del Piero 8. Gattuso 9. Vieri 10. Totti 11. Corradi 12. Toldo 13. Nesta 14. Fiore 15. Favalli 16. Camoranesi 17. Di Vaio 18. Cassano 19. Zambrotta 20. Perrotta 21. Pirlo 22. Peruzzi 23. Materazzi

Italy
Italy – 2006 FIFA World Cup - Winner (4th title)

1. Buffon 2. Zaccardo 3. Grosso 4. De Rossi 5. Cannavaro 6. Barzagli 7. Del Piero 8. Gattuso 9. Toni 10. Totti 11. Gilardino 12. Peruzzi 13. Nesta 14. Amelia 15. Iaquinta 16. Camoranesi 17. Barone 18. Inzaghi 19. Zambrotta 20. Perrotta 21. Pirlo 22. Oddo 23. Materazzi

Italy
Italy – UEFA Euro 2008

1. Buffon 2. Panucci 3. Grosso 4. Chiellini 5. Gamberini 6. Barzagli 7. Del Piero 8. Gattuso 9. Toni 10. De Rossi 11. Di Natale 12. Borriello 13. Ambrosini 14. Amelia 15. Quagliarella 16. Camoranesi 17. De Sanctis 18. Cassano 19. Zambrotta 20. Perrotta 21. Pirlo 22. Aquilani 23. Materazzi

Italy
Italy – 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup

1. Buffon 2. Santon 3. Grosso 4. Chiellini 5. Cannavaro 6. Legrottaglie 7. Pepe 8. Gattuso 9. Toni 10. De Rossi 11. Gilardino 12. De Sanctis 13. Gamberini 14. Amelia 15. Iaquinta 16. Camoranesi 17. Rossi 18. Palombo 19. Zambrotta 20. Montolivo 21. Pirlo 22. Dossena 23. Quagliarella

Italy
Italy – 2010 FIFA World Cup - Group stage (F)

1. Buffon 2. Maggio 3. Criscito 4. Chiellini 5. Cannavaro 6. De Rossi 7. Pepe 8. Gattuso 9. Iaquinta 10. Di Natale 11. Gilardino 12. Marchetti 13. Bocchetti 14. De Sanctis 15. Marchisio 16. Camoranesi 17. Palombo 18. Quagliarella 19. Zambrotta 20. Pazzini 21. Pirlo 22. Montolivo 23. Bonucci

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