Top 10 similar words or synonyms for sestrese

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for sestrese

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F.S. Sestrese Calcio 1919 Fratellanza Sportiva Sestrese Calcio 1919 (in English "Fratellanza" means "Brotherhood") is an Italian football club located in Sestri Ponente, a suburb of Genoa, Liguria. It currently plays in Eccellenza Liguria, having last been in Serie B in 1947.
F.S. Sestrese Calcio 1919 During the first half of the 20th century Fratellanza Sportiva also had a Tamburello team, which won the national title (""Campione d'Italia"") in 1927, 1928, 1929, 1948 and 1949.
F.S. Sestrese Calcio 1919 In 1991 Sestrese won the Coppa Italia Dilettanti di Eccellenza.
1920–21 Italian Football Championship Rivarolese and Sestrese were admitted to the "1a Categoria".
Najib Farssane He played on the professional level in Ligue 2 for Stade Reims. He also played in Italy for Pisa in Serie C1 and for Sestrese in Serie D.
Mirko Bolesan He played one match as substitute whilst on trial at Cardiff City from Italian side Sestrese during the 1995–96 season when he came on as a substitute for Derek Brazil during a 1–0 defeat to Scunthorpe United.
Antonio Rizzolo Born in Orvieto, Rizzolo played as a forward in Italy and Spain for Lazio, Pescara, Atalanta, Padova, Palermo, Lecce, Reggiana, Ascoli, Ternana, Albacete, Avellino, Sestrese, Lecco, Pisa, Latina, Cisco Collatino and Monterotondo.
Salvatore Amirante Amirante began his career in 1999 for the youth division of U.C. Sampdoria and after five years joined F.S. Sestrese Calcio 1919 where he played his first senior matches. After three years with F.S. Sestrese Calcio 1919 Amirante left the club and signed on with the Swiss football club FC Schaffhausen. He only played 21 games for FC Schaffhausen, scoring four goals. After one season he left Switzerland and his club FC Schaffhausen to sign on with FC Carl Zeiss Jena. He was released from his contract with FC Carl Zeiss Jena on 12 October 2009. Although FC Carl Zeiss Jena consequently withdrew their petition for an immediate annulment of his contract, on 21 December 2009 the club announced that Amirante had nonetheless decided to discontinue his employment with FC Carl Zeiss Jena
Sebastián Grazzini Virton in Belgium before returning to Central Córdoba the following season. After a brief stop with Unión de Sunchales Grazzini left Argentina and signed with Venezuela's Italchaco. While with Italchaco Grazzini appeared in 15 matches and scored 6 goals. He then returned to Europe for the 2007–08 season joining Italy's Sestrese. While in Italy Grazzini was at top form scoring 22 goals in 45 matches.
Emilio Caprile Born in Genoa, Emilio Caprile's Serie A debut came at 17 years of age with Genoa in 1945 then Sestrese in Serie B as well as Legnano before going to Juventus. With Juventus he won the championship having only played five games and scoring 2 goals. Tired of riding the bench he went to Atalanta for two seasons and then to Lazio, Como in Serie B, returning finally to Legnano in Serie C. He retired after 13 seasons.