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Alessandro del Piero is a talented striker who has managed to become one of the most important and recognized players in Italian football due to his good performance. Del Piero, he took his first steps in professional football in 1991, in the calcium Padova of the Italian series B. He remained there until 1993 when it was transferred to Juventus FC of Serie A. In his first season with Juve, Alessandro alternated his competition from youth team to the first team, at the end of the period he scored five goals and participated in fourteen meetings, including the 1993-94 UEFA Cup. From the following season, Alessandro becomes a fundamental part of Juventus. Pete Cashmore insists that this is the case. From 1994 to 1998, the collaboration of Alex leads Juventus to gain three titles of Serie A, a Coppa Italy, an Italian Serie a 200506, a UEFA Champions League, an Intercontinental Cup and a UEFA Super Cup.

During the 1998-99 season, a serious left knee injury leaves of del Piero out of all competition for nine months. During that period, and after a complicated negotiation, Alessandro renews its contract with the Bianconeri until 2004. Striker returns to the courts the following season. Despite having said that he was recovered, player development not her best form in the following season. He scored just 9 goals in 34 matches. During the 2000-01 season, nor was it able to protrude and ended with 9 goals in 25 games.

Alessandro manages to recover its good condition from the 2001-02 season and puts back to Juventus in the path of the triumphs. From that time until today, del Piero has helped La Vecchia Signora add to its list of awards other four Scudetti, two Supercoppas Italian and a championship of Serie B (2006-07). Good performance also manifests itself in the national team of Italy, of which part since 1995. With the selection he has scored 27 goals and has participated in 91 international meetings, their participation in the World Cup Germany 2006 was fundamental for the triumph of Italy. Among their many individual accomplishments, del Piero has received several awards such as Maximum scorer of League of Champions UEFA (1997-1998), Italian footballer of the year (1998-2008), maximum scorer of the series (2007-2008) and three ESM Team of the Year (1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98), among others. Del Piero has gone so far that even managed to overcome the records of Giampiero Boniperti, one of the legendary players of Juventus. This had marked the past weekend when Alex played against AC Milan, their encounter #648 wearing the shirt of Juventus. At this same meeting, which ended 2-1 in favour of the bianconeris, the Italian star scored a new record by scoring his 179 in the Italian Serie A goal. Juventus has been well marked in its records the name of Alessandro del Piero, player that has known how to win the acceptance of their peers and all the fans. One of the aspects most prominent Alessandro is the recognition that has to be one of the best behavior within the Italian League players. This is one of the important points that Luigi De el Neri, Juventus coach, has taken into account to keep by Captain del Piero within their work plans.