Daniele De Rossi Biography
Daniele De Rossi is an Italian professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder for Roma and formerly the Italy national team. He is the captain at Roma Football club which he inherited at the start of the 2017–18 season following the retirement of Francesco Totti.
De Rossi made his professional debut with Roma during the 2001–02 season, and made his Serie A debut the following year; he has remained with the side ever since. With the club, he has won the Coppa Italia twice and the 2007 Supercoppa Italiana. He was named Serie A Young Footballer of the Year in 2006, and the Serie A Italian Footballer of the Year in 2009.
He is best known by the nickname; “Captain Futuro”(future captain). De Rossi made his debut for Roma wearing the number 27 shirt, which he wore for two seasons. He then switched to the number 4, which he also wore during the 2006 World Cup.
Daniele De Rossi Family
De Rossi was born on 24th July 1983 in Rome, Italy. He is the only child of Alberto De Rossi, former Roma player and Roma’s Primavera coach and an unknown mother.
Daniele De Rossi Wife
He married Tamara Pisnoli on 18 May 2006, the mother of his daughter Gaia and ex-dancer of Mediaset, Sarabanda. The couple however separated in early 2009. His current wife is Sarah Felberbaum.
Daniele De Rossi Sarah Felberbaum
On 26 December 2015, De Rossi married his partner, English-born Italian actress and model Sarah Felberbaum, in a private ceremony in the Maldives; the couple had been in a relationship since 2011, and have a daughter together, Olivia Rose, born on 14 February 2014.
Daniele De Rossi Roma
De Rossi joined the Roma youth system from Ostia Mare, where he had played as a striker, in 2000. He made his first-team debut for Roma under manager Fabio Capello on 10 October 2001 against Belgian side Anderlecht in the UEFA Champions League. He has remained with the club till present time with him scoring various goals for the club.
Following Francesco Totti’s retirement, De Rossi inherited the captain’s armband ahead of the 2017–18 season. On 10 April 2018, he scored from the penalty spot during a 3–0 Champions League win over FC Barcelona to help Roma overturn a 4–1 deficit from the first leg. The result was the joint-second largest comeback in the tournament’s history and saw Roma advance to the semi-finals for the first time in the Champions League era.
Daniele De Rossi Italy
De Rossi is the highest scoring midfielder for the Italian national side post-World War II, with 21 goals in 117 international appearances, and the all-time second highest-scoring midfielder for Italy, behind only Adolfo Baloncieri. He is also the fourth-most capped player for the Italian national team.
He played for the Italy national under-21 football team for 16 matches and was a regular first-team member of the squad that won the 2004 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship, scoring the opening goal in Italy’s 3–0 win over Serbia and Montenegro in the final.
He earned his first cap with the Italy senior squad on 4 September 2004, scoring on his international debut in a 2–1 win against Norway in a 2006 World Cup qualifying match, at the age of 21. He wore Italy’s captain’s armband for the first time in the second half of a 0–0 friendly draw against Iceland on 30 March 2005.
He went on to paricipate in the 2006 FIFA World Cup, producing a notable performance in Italy’s opening 2–0 win against Ghana, but also picking up a booking in the tenth minute. He also played in the World Cup final against France, coming on as a substitute in the 61st minute. After a 1–1 deadlock following extra time, the match went to a penalty shoot-out; De Rossi scored Italy’s third penalty to help his Italy win the shoot-out, and their fourth World Cup title. At the age of 22, De Rossi was the youngest player in Italy’s World Cup squad.
He also played in all of Italy’s Euro 2008 qualifying games, the 2009 Confederations Cup, the 2010 World Cup, Euro 2012, 2013 Confederations Cup, 2014 World Cup, Euro 2016 and the 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign before announcing his retirement from the national team. He made the announcement after their last World Cup qualifying match against Sweden with a 1-0 aggregate loss.
Daniele De Rossi Injury
The table below highlights some the player’s injuries over his career.
|17/18||Calf Problems||Feb 3, 2018||Feb 10, 2018||7 days||3|
|17/18||Calf Problems||Jan 21, 2018||Jan 27, 2018||6 days||3|
|17/18||Muscular problems||Jan 5, 2018||Jan 9, 2018||4 days||1|
|17/18||Meniscus irritation||Oct 2, 2017||Oct 10, 2017||8 days||–|
|16/17||Contusion||Mar 30, 2017||Apr 3, 2017||4 days||1|
|16/17||Influenza||Dec 22, 2016||Dec 22, 2016||0 days||1|
|16/17||Calf Problems||Sep 1, 2016||Sep 8, 2016||7 days||–|
|15/16||Thigh problems||Jun 27, 2016||Jul 4, 2016||7 days||–|
|15/16||Calf Injury||Feb 18, 2016||Mar 10, 2016||21 days||4|
|15/16||Calf Problems||Feb 1, 2016||Feb 15, 2016||14 days||3|
|15/16||Malleolar injury||Jan 4, 2016||Jan 7, 2016||3 days||1|
|15/16||Adductor problems||Nov 5, 2015||Nov 23, 2015||18 days||2|
|15/16||Muscle fatigue||Oct 26, 2015||Oct 29, 2015||3 days||1|
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Daniele De Rossi Honours
- Coppa Italia: 2006–07, 2007–08
- Supercoppa Italiana: 2007
- UEFA European Under-21 Championship: 2004
- FIFA World Cup: 2006
- UEFA European Championship: 2012
- Olympic Bronze Medal: 2004
- FIFA Confederations Cup: 2013
- Serie A Young Footballer of the Year: 2006
- Serie A Italian Footballer of the Year: 2009
- FIFA FIFPro World XI Nominee: 2009
- Italian Athlete of the Year: 2010
- UEFA Euro Team of the Tournament: 2012
- 5th Class / Knight: Cavaliere Ordine al Merito della Repubblica Italiana: 2004
- CONI: Golden Collar of Sports Merit: Collare d’Oro al Merito Sportivo: 2006
- 4th Class / Official: Ufficiale Ordine al Merito della Repubblica Italiana: 2006
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Daniele De Rossi Tattoo
The footballer has a tattoo on his a leg of a mocked-up triangular “hazard” sign of a tackle being performed, reflecting his tough-tackling reputation among other tattoos.
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De Rossi receives unbelievable FIFA 18 Ultimate Team card for FUTTIES event
Published: 26 July 2018
EA Sports are continuing their FUTTIES event in FIFA 18 with another End of an Era card, this time for Roma and Italy legend Daniele De Rossi.
The 35-year-old hasn’t retired from football but did retire from international duty last year after Italy failed to qualify for the World Cup. He will still be playing for AS Roma though, the only club who he has ever played for – making over 441 appearances for the Serie A side.
De Rossi earned 117 caps for his country, putting him fourth in Italy’s all-time appearance list. He’s also Italy’s 12th highest scorer with an impressive 21 international goals to his name.
His card looks ridiculously strong with an overall of 95 and is a new member of the ‘Gullit club’ a term made up by FIFA cards which have all their stats rated 80 or higher.
De Rossi’s pink and blue card excels at everything with 80 pace,85 dribbling, 87 shooting, 95 defending, 94 passing and 96 physicality plus a four-star weak-foot.
Things get even more impressive once you dive into his in-game stats with various stats all rated at 99. He has perfect scores of 99 in shot power, long shots, volleys, penalties, short passing, long passing, composure and interceptions.
Other impressive stats include 98 aggression, 97 strength, 98 standing tackle, 96 sliding tackles and 95 heading.
If you want to get your hands on this card, it might be easier than you’d expect. All you have to do is complete a Squad Builder Challenge which only requires one squad to be submitted. The requirements for the squad is a minimum of one Roma payer and two Calcio A players plus at least two Team of the Week players, a team rating of 86 or higher and chemistry of 70 or higher.
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Totti is not normal – De Rossi emotional after Roma icon’s farewell
Published: 28 May 2017
Daniele De Rossi paid tribute to Francesco Totti after Roma secured victory in the veteran attacker’s emotional last game for the club.
Totti came on early in the second half and helped Roma to a thrilling 3-2 victory over Genoa at Stadio Olimpico, a result which sealed a second-place finish and a place in the Champions League group stage.
The captain then said an emotional farewell to the club’s supporters on the pitch after the match, with De Rossi hailing the 40-year-old accomplishments more than 24 years after his debut.
“There are people who are not normal,” De Rossi, who scored Roma’s second goal, told Sky Italia of Totti.
“There are careers that are not normal. There are only flags and banners for Francesco.
“I saw a banner that said the real battle against modern football is to wear the same jersey for 25 years.
“I know how hard it is to be in a city and a club that divides everyone, but Totti managed to unite everybody. Nobody can argue with Totti.
“Totti is for me above all a friend who I will now not see every day.”
Roma fans will now wait to see whether Totti takes up a new role with the club or continues his playing career with a stint elsewhere.
Luciano Spalletti may also be set to leave amid major speculation linking him with the vacant job at Inter.
“I sincerely doubt many coaches can do better than Spalletti,” said De Rossi.
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