Alberto Aquilani Starts a New Journey with Amazing Success

After spending a year without a club, the Italy midfielder formally announced his retirement in 2019 at the age of 34. Soon after his retirement, he got the opportunity to start his coaching journey. After serving as Giuseppe Iachini's first team manager's assistant for a short time, Aquilani was chosen to lead Primavera, the under-19 team competing at the top level of Italian youth football.

He has been in charge of the team since the last summer guiding the team to multiple victories while ensuring improvement in performance from players. He had an amazing career as a football player scoring plenty of goals and playing for multiple clubs. It was visible, and his scoring record as well as statistics during his entire playing career. With more experience and knowledge Aquilani would be hoping for even better results as a coach.



Alberto Aquilani Tasted Success in Their Managerial Career

Alberto Aquilani, a former Liverpool midfielder, has won his fifth trophy in just three years as head coach of Fiorentina's Under 19s team, surpassing his previous record of five. When Aquilani took over in July 2020, it only took him a month to win his first trophy, the Coppa Italia Primavera. With a 2-1 victory over Inter Milan on Wednesday, Aquilani earned his second Primavera Super Cup title. This indicates that he has already surpassed the total number of awards he won as a player.


Having arrived at Liverpool to great fanfare in 2018 in a deal that exceeded £50M and after a year of waiting, expectations were high for Naby Keïta. There have been times since when he has lived up to them—at least when fit. The biggest problem for Keïta has been that he has far too often not been available for selection or working his way back to form after injury, and now into the final year of his contract there is a growing expectation he will depart the club at the end of the season. The question is where he departs to.


The Premier League duo of Arsenal and Chelseaoffered Alberto Aquilani contracts to leave the AS Roma youth team, but he turned them down in favour of continuing his youth career at the club. Alberto Aquilani was given his Serie A debut as a teenager while Fabio Capello was the manager. He played his first game for Roma in the Italian Serie A against Torino at the age of 18 on May 10, 2002.Aquilani was able to celebrate his Roma debut with a win thanks to the 3-1 victory over Torino.


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