Angelo Di Livio (Italian pronunciation: [ˈandʒelo di ˈliːvjo]; born 26 July 1966) is a retired football midfielder and defender. He played for several Italian clubs in Serie A throughout his career, coming to prominence with Juventus, where he won several domestic and international titles. At international level he also played for the Italian national side in two FIFA World Cups and two UEFA European Football Championships, reaching the final of UEFA Euro 2000.

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  • Angelo Di Livio (Italian pronunciation: [ˈandʒelo di ˈliːvjo]; born 26 July 1966) is a retired football midfielder and defender. He played for several Italian clubs in Serie A throughout his career, coming to prominence with Juventus, where he won several domestic and international titles. At international level he also played for the Italian national side in two FIFA World Cups and two UEFA European Football Championships, reaching the final of UEFA Euro 2000. During his playing career he was known as soldatino (toy soldier) or soldatino Di Livio, a nickname his Juventus teammate at the time Roberto Baggio gave him because of Di Livio's characteristic way of running up and down the flank. (en)
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  • Angelo Di Livio (Italian pronunciation: [ˈandʒelo di ˈliːvjo]; born 26 July 1966) is a retired football midfielder and defender. He played for several Italian clubs in Serie A throughout his career, coming to prominence with Juventus, where he won several domestic and international titles. At international level he also played for the Italian national side in two FIFA World Cups and two UEFA European Football Championships, reaching the final of UEFA Euro 2000. (en)
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