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This page contains detailed information on the profile and career of Fabio Quagliarella, Juventus forward

Career

  • Season Team Category goals
    2012/13 Juventus A 27/9
    2011/12 Juventus A 23/4
    2010/11 Juventus A 17/9
    2009/10 Napoli A 34/11
    2008/09 Udinese A 36/13
    2007/08 Udinese A 37/12
    2006/07 Sampdoria A 35/13
    2005/06 Ascoli A 33/3
    2004/05 Torino B 34/7
    2003/04 Chieti C1 32/17
    Jan 2003 Chieti C1 11/2
    Aug 2002 Florentia Viola C2 12/1
    2002/03 Torino A -
    2001/02 Torino A 4/-
    2000/01 Torino B -/-
    1999/00 Torino A 1/-
  • Year of achievement Team National European
    2012/13 Juventus 1/- 7/4
    2011/12 Juventus 4/- -/-
    2010/11 Juventus -/- -/-
    2009/10 Napoli 2/- -/-
    2008/09 Udinese 1/- 11/8
    2007/08 Udinese 2/- -/-
    2006/07 Sampdoria 7/1 -/-
    2005/06 Ascoli -/- -/-
    2004/05 Torino 4/2 -/-
    2003/04 Chieti -/- -/-
    Jan 2003 Chieti -/- -/-
    Aug 2002 Florentia Viola -/- -/-
    2002/03 Torino -/- -/-
    2001/02 Torino -/- -/-
    2000/01 Torino -/- -/-
    1999/00 Torino -/- -/-
  • Competition Season
    Italian Super Cup 2013
    Italian Championship 2012/2013
    Italian Super Cup 2012
    Italian Championship 2011/2012    

Fabio Quagliarella

Fabio Quagliarella can finish from anywhere, and with long range strikes from midfield, backheels and diving headers all scored in the black and white stripes, he is a proven goalscorer who is a key attacking option for Antonio Conte.

The 30-year-old began his football career with Torino’s youth team, before moving to Florentia Viola, Chieti, Ascoli and Sampdoria.

He first became a household name with Udinese, arriving in 2007/08 to spearhead the Zebrette’s new look-attack.

A remarkable goals record and strong all-round team play attracted the attention of Napoli, who swooped to secure his signature in 2009. The striker, born in nearby Catellamare di Stabia, enjoyed a good rapport with the Partenopei faithful and struck 11 goals in 34 appearances.

Juventus moved to secure his services in August 2010, and he has been a key member of the Bianconeri’s consecutive Scudetto successes over the past two seasons.