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Antonio Candreva

27-Year-Old Midfielder     Lazio  Serie A


Italy

Birthdate:  January 28, 1987    Birthplace:  Rome    Nationality:  Italy    Height:  5' 11"    

September 14, 2014    Antonio Candreva News

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Candreva, Marco Parolo and Stefano Mauri were the only Italians to feature for Lazio against Cesena and each scored in a 3-0 win Sunday.

This was a nice way to bounce back for Lazio after losing the first match of the season to AC Milan.

Antonio Candreva: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

June 14, 2014

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Candreva assisted on Mario Balotelli's 50th minute goal during Italy's 2-1 win over England in their World Cup opener on Saturday.

Candreva is coming off an excellent Serie A season with Lazio, where he scored 12 goals and added six assists in 37 appearances. Italy still have Costa Rica and Uruguay, although the former picked up a big upset of the latter Saturday, leaving Group D wide open.

June 17, 2013

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Lazio has purchased 50 percent of the player's contract and will co-own the player with Udinese, Football Italia reports.

Candreva is a fine talent and fits in well with Lazio.

December 17, 2012

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Candreva suffered a thigh injury in practice and may miss Lazio's next league match, Football Italia reports.

A tough break for Lazio as he has played well of late.

February 1, 2012

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Candreva is on the move again, this time moving from Cesena to Lazio, Football Italia reports.

Candreva is a big talent who can be a big help for Lazio.

July 22, 2011

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The talented midfielder who spent last season with Parma has moved to Cesena on loan from Udinese, Football Italia reports.

Candreva is another quality signing for Cesena.

August 30, 2010

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Candreva has moved to his fourth team in a year as he has joined Parma on loan, Goal.com reports.

This is rather strange because Candreva was thought to be the one key player Udinese brought in after selling several starters. Now he joins Parma and Sebastian Giovinco as both were fighting for playing time as attacking midfielders with Juventus last season.

August 3, 2010

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Now with Udinese which owned part of his contact, the playmaker who finished the season with Juventus is interested in a move to AC Milan, Goal.com reports.

Candreva would actually be a nice backup to Ronaldinho and Alexandre Pato, but Udinese has lost a lot this summer in the transfer market and it would be better off keeping Candreva.