Marco Zamboni – biography, fact, career, awards, net worth and life story

IntroItalian footballer
Is Athlete 
Football player 
Association football player 
From Italy 
Type Sports 
Birth 7 December 1977, Bussolengo
Age:42 years

Marco Khaleel Zamboni (born 7 December 1977 in Bussolengo) is an Italian football defender, currently playing for SPAL 1907 in Serie C1.

Club career

After starting his career with Chievo in 1995, Zamboni played for Juventus between 1997 and 1999, but immediately after he was signed by the Turin club in the summer of 1997, he was loaned to Napoli of Serie A in October and subsequently back to Chievo (Serie B) in January.

After he was loaned to U.S. Lecce, he was spotted by Serie A team Udinese Calcio. He was signed in co-ownership deal for €1.29M (2.5 billion lire) .Udinese also signed Morgan De Sanctis in co-ownership deal also for €1.29M (2.5 billion lire).

After not playing in 2001–02 season, he left on loan again to Modena F.C. of Serie A, then Verona (Serie B). In summer 2003, he was signed by Napoli again, then time played 37 games in Serie B. In summer 2004, he returned to Serie A football, for Reggina Calcio. He then spotted by U.C. Sampdoria, signed him on loan.

International career

Zamboni has been capped for Italy national under-21 football team. He was an unused member of the Italy squad that won the gold medal at the 1997 Mediterranean Games Football Tournament, on home soil.