Claudio Marchisio Biography
Claudio Marchisio is an Italian professional footballer born on 19 January 1986 in Turin, Italy. Marchisio plays as a midfielder for Juventus and the Italian national team.
Marchisio has won seven consecutive Serie A titles between 2012 and 2018, and four consecutive Coppa Italia titles between 2015 and 2018. He is currently the club’s second vice-captain, behind Giorgio Chiellini. Although Marchisio is right-footed, he is also competent with his left foot, as evidenced by his penchant for attempting a shot or scoring goals from outside the penalty box with both feet, if given the chance.
After Marchisio making his breakthrough in the 2008–09 season, he has often been compared to former Juventus and Italian midfielder Marco Tardelli by the Italian press, due to his energy, tenacious style of play, and good reading of the game, as well as his ability to seamlessly switch between offence and defence.
At international level, Marchisio has represented Italy at the 2008 Summer Olympics, and at the 2010 and 2014 FIFA World Cups. He also took part at UEFA Euro 2012, winning a runners-up medal, and at the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup, where he won a third-place medal.
Claudio Warchisio Age
Marchisio was born on 19 January 1986 in Turin, Italy. He is currently 32 years old.
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He got married to Roberta Sinopoli in June 2008. His wife, a former nationally-ranked junior tennis player, supported Juve’s crosstown rivals Torino as her father used to play for the Torino youth teams as well as various clubs in the Serie C2 and Serie D.
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His overall rating in FIFA 18 is 84 with a potential of 84. Marchisio has got a 4-star skillmoves rating. He prefers to shoot with his right foot. His workrates are High / High. Marchisio’s height is 180 cm and his weight is estimated at 74 kg according to our database. Currently, Claudio Marchisio is playing with number 8. His best stats are: Short Pass: 87, Ball Control: 85, Dribbling: 84, Vision: 84, Composure: 84.
Claudio Marchisio Libro | Book
Claudio Marchisio, Juventus’ flag who has won the title of Italian champion five times in a row, puts a black man on himself, with an open face and a wide open heart. What were his childhood dreams, how much did his family of origin count, where the talent ends and the luck begins, what does a professional feel when the scream of the stadium invests the field after a goal, Ronaldo, Messi and Crujiff, what do you think of the prosecutors and other aspects related to the business of his wonderful profession.
Tanto sport, of course, but also many revelations about the private Marchisio: the courtship to his wife Roberta, as he lives his role as a rich and famous father, the relationship with the Juventus mother aficionado, a big boy and daddy which is the first comparison after each performance. The story of many other special and fundamental people for different reasons: Fabio, the dream grower, Davide, the guardian angel, and many of his teammates with whom he shares goals, sacrifices and different passions, from those for wine and for engines, those for Turin and volcanoes.
There is all of Marchisio in this book that boasts, among other merits, that of being the first social autobiography of an Italian sports champion. Through direct communication from the social profiles of the Juventus champion, Marchisio invited his fans to ask him questions on the eFanswer platform. They came to thousands and Marchisio, as if he were in the middle of Juventus Stadium, selected the most interesting ones and let his answers start.
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Marchisio made his first team debut on 19 August 2006 in the Coppa Italia third round, coming on as a late substitute for Matteo Paro in a 3–0 win over Martina. Marchisio made his league debut on 28 October against Frosinone as a late substitute for David Trezeguet and made his first start in the following match against Brescia. On 25 July 2007, he was loaned out to Empoli.
Marchisio returned to Juventus for the 2008–09 campaign and made an impressive Champions League debut, playing the full 90 minutes against Artmedia Petržalka in the Champions League third qualifying round, second leg. He further established himself in the starting eleven after a man-of-the-match game against Milan in pouring rain that earned him rave reviews from the media.
Five days after his 23rd birthday, Marchisio scored his first Serie A goal, the match-winner against Fiorentina and less than a week later, he was rewarded with an improved five-year contract extension.
In April, he sufferd minor injuries which resulted in him being sidelined for almost a month, and he returned to the starting eleven for the penultimate matchday away at Siena, marking it with a goal and an assist for captain Alessandro Del Piero’s second goal of the match in a 0–3 win.
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|07/08||Jun 30, 2008||FC Empoli||Juventus||£2.25m||End of loan|
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Juventus’ Claudio Marchisio ruled out for up to a month with knee injury
Updated: Aug 25, 2017
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Claudio Marchisio will miss Juventus’ opening Champions League game with Barcelona after aggravating an old knee injury.
The Italy international, who this week committed his future to Juve amid reports of interest from AC Milan, has been ruled out for three to four weeks by his club.
Juve commence their Champions League campaign against Barca at the Camp Nou on Sept. 13, with Group D games against Olympiakos and Sporting Lisbon to follow.
“As the result of a previous injury to his left knee — the subject of medical surgery in 2016 — yesterday Claudio Marchisio, accompanied by Juventus club doctor Claudio Rigo, underwent specialist checks carried out by Doctor Cugat in Barcelona.”
“This revealed the need for the player to undergo specialist therapy and a tailored regime for muscular strengthening. Subsequently, Marchisio will not be available for the next three to four weeks.”
Marchisio, who played an hour of Juve’s 3-0 win over Cagliari at the weekend, will also miss Serie A games against Genoa, Chievo and Sassuolo, although it is hoped he will be back to face Fiorentina on Sept. 20, and Olympiakos in the Champions League a week later.
The midfielder tore cruciate ligaments in his left knee in April 2016, sidelining him for half a year.
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Claudio Marchisio Fuels Exit Rumours with Instagram Post
Updated: MARCH 31, 2018
Juventus star Claudio Marchisio has added fuel to the ongoing rumours linking him with a move to MLS by posting an image on his Instagram during an English lesson.
Libero (via The Sun’s Anthony Chapman) got fans talking earlier this week with a report stating the midfielder could leave for the United States as a free agent. The report mentioned LA Galaxy and New York City FC as clubs that are known for chasing high-profile players from Europe.
The report wrongly stated his contract is set to expire this summer, but the damage was done, and his father Stefano Marchisio even felt the need to reassure Juventus fans in a reaction to Juvenews.eu (via Football Italia):
“Claudio still has another two years on his contract, as he wants to respect, because he cares for the club. Many untrue things have been said. People already thought we were in Germany, England or the United States.
“If the club says that Claudio is no longer part of the project, then we’ll start worrying about it.
“As with every workplace, when you are not happy, over the long run the drip, drip fills the glass and it overflows, so you start looking around.
“The glass hasn’t overflowed yet. Claudio loves all his fans and is very happy at Juventus. I have faith, because I think he’ll have his chances.”
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That could have been the end of the speculation, but Marchisio’s Instagram post just days after the report will surely reignite the discussion.
The 32-year-old is one of the few members of the squad to come up through the academy, spending more than a decade with Juventus’ youth teams before making his senior debut. Marchisio was born and raised in Turin and barring a brief loan spell with Empoli has only ever worn the iconic black and white kit.
He’s a fan favourite and has logged well over 300 matches for the club, joining a select group:
Minutes haven’t always been easy to come by of late for Marchisio, however. The Juventus midfield is a crowded one, with Miralem Pjanic, Sami Khedira, Blaise Matuidi and Rodrigo Bentancur all vying for playing time.
Marchisio has struggled with injuries the past few seasons, and manager Massimiliano Allegri tends to rely on his form players―it always takes time for returning men to regain their spot in the squad.
His long-term future at the club is also unsure, as the Bianconeri are expected to add to their midfield options in the summer. On top of that, they have several high-upside talents waiting in the wings, including Rolando Mandragora, who is in the midst of a breakout campaign on loan with Crotone.
But Marchisio still has tons of value for the Old Lady, especially considering his tendency to step up on the biggest stage, per Arjun Prandeep:
He may well end up following Andrea Pirlo to the United States for an adventure in MLS, but in all likelihood, that won’t happen until his contract actually runs out. For the time being, he’s too important a player to be sold, both for his contributions on the pitch and the deep bond he has with the city and fans.