Upon joining Juventus in the summer of 1992, Michelangelo Rampulla admitted he was unsure how long his time in Turin would last.
Speaking to Hurrà in 2002, the goalkeeper, who served largely as back-up for Angelo Peruzzi, said: “I thought it would either be a fleeting experience or an adventure. Instead I ended up staying for ten seasons, covering also for Edwin Van der Sar, Gigi Buffon and Fabian Carini.”
Prior to joining the Old Lady, the Sicilian shot-stopper enjoyed seven years with Cremonese, playing a key role in the club’s rise to Serie A. In his last season at the Lombard club, Rampulla even scored from a corner-kick away at Atalanta