Daniel Maldini, 19, from Italy AC Milan, since 2020 Attacking Midfield Market value: €800Th. [24] He scored the first of his 29 goals in Serie A on 4 January 1987[25] in a 1–0 win against Como. [26][27], Milan again became a dominant force in Italy and in Europe under Carlo Ancelotti. The Italy national under-21 football team is the national under-21 football team of Italy and is controlled by the Italian Football Federation.. The Italian defence eventually conceded an equalising goal in the semi-final match against Carlos Bilardo's Argentina, after going a World Cup record total of 518 minutes without conceding. [27][56][57], On 28 August 2009 in Monte Carlo, Paolo Maldini was Awarded a prize for his career by UEFA during the draw for the group stage of the 2009–10 Champions League. During his acceptance speech, Maldini called his milestone "a particular matter of pride because defenders generally receive so much less attention from fans and the media than goalscorers. [24] The following season, Milan captured their third consecutive Serie A title, finishing with the best defence in Italy, conceding just 15 goals. ", "Maldini e l'addio all'Italia "Giocherei un'ultima volta, "FPALMARÈS BALLON D'OR – 1994 - Hristo Stoichkov", "FPALMARÈS BALLON D'OR – Nedved, une domination sans partage", "Oscar Aic, rossoneri superstar Kakà e gli altri, 2004 da ricordare", "FIFA Order of Merit and Centennial Award", "AC Milan Legend Paolo Maldini Given Special Achievement Award From UEFA", "2000s: The Decade in Sports; All-Decade Team: Soccer", "BARESI, CAPELLO AND RIVERA ACCEPTED IN HALL OF FAME", "Walk of fame: da Maldini a Rosolino. [130] In 1996, he starred in a Nike commercial titled "Good vs Evil" in a gladiatorial game set in a Roman amphitheatre. Maldini was once again given a standing ovation by the fans. The team competes in the UEFA European Under-21 Championship, held every two years. [58] On 17 November 2009, Spanish sports newspaper Marca awarded Maldini the "Marca Leyenda" prize for his career and achievements. [48] He signed an extension on 6 June that kept him at Milan for the 2008–09 season. [46] Maldini participated in eight Champions League finals during his career, which is equalled only by Francisco Gento of Real Madrid; Maldini lifted the trophy five times, twice as captain. Daniel Maldini, 19, aus Italien AC Mailand, seit 2020 Offensives Mittelfeld Marktwert: 800 Tsd. On 21 March 2020, it was confirmed that both Maldini and his father Paolo tested positive for COVID-19, amid its pandemic in Italy; by 8 April, they had recovered. Das Team testet eine Vielzahl an Eigenschaften und geben dem Produkt am Ende die finale Gesamtbenotung. Maldini made his senior debut with Milan in a 1–1 Serie A home draw against Hellas Verona on 2 February 2020, coming on as an added-time substitute for Samu Castillejo. He had been part of the national team of Italy and the popular club "A.C. [29] Under Sacchi and later Fabio Capello, Maldini formed with long-timers Franco Baresi, Alessandro Costacurta, Mauro Tassotti, as well as Filippo Galli, Stefano Nava and later Christian Panucci, one of football's strongest defensive quartets of all time. [6][7][8][9][10][11] As the Milan and Italy captain for many years he was nicknamed "Il Capitano" ("The Captain"). Maldini helped Milan defend the Serie A title the following season, and reach the first of three consecutive UEFA Champions League finals. Italy failed to qualify for Euro 1992, finishing second in their group, but qualified for the 1994 World Cup, where Maldini was named vice-captain for Italy. He helped Italy keep a clean sheet in their opening win against Ecuador, and played in all four of Italy's matches. [117], —Roberto Baggio in 2017, when he was asked who was the best defender he had ever faced. 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That season, Maldini scored his first goal in European Competitions on 21 October 1992 in a 1–0 Champions League win against Slovan Bratislava,[26] and also made his 200th appearance in Serie A on 4 October of the same year. His eyes maybe focused on Milan's match against Lille, but Paolo Maldini's mind is on one of his iconic adversaries Diego Armando Maradona:"A part of dhildhood and of our passion disappeared, it's hard to digest for those who love football- Milan's technical director told Sky Sport- the firiendly match that Diego played at Acerra is emblematic on a terrible pitch, with just mud. In 2005, Maldini was elected to be a part of the UEFA Team of the Year for the second time in his career, and was also elected to be the part of the FIFPro World XI for the first time in his career. Since the under-21 competition rules insist that players must be 21 or under at the start of a two-year competition, technically it is an U-23 competition. It was the first time they had won this tournament, previously their best had been runner-up on two occasions.[1]. Milan lost the 1993 Champions League final in a 1–0 defeat to Marseille. [93], Although he played as a left back for most of his career, Maldini was naturally right footed, and began playing for Milan as a right back. [15] In 2002, he was chosen as a defender on the FIFA World Cup Dream Team, and in 2004 Pelé named him in the FIFA 100 list of the world's greatest living players. ItalVolley femminile, squadra top", "Ballon d'Or Dream Team : Découvrez les révélations de ce onze de légende ! 1: 13,62€ 24: Bacco Bucci Herren Maldini, Denim, 41 EU: 208,35€ 25: Screaming Maldini: 26,35€ Originally a Milan youth squad product, Maldini also went on to play his entire club career with the Milan senior side. [49], On 16 February 2008, in the match against Parma at the Stadio Ennio Tardini, Maldini came on for defender Marek Jankulovski to make his 1,000th professional career appearance,[50][51] of which 861 were with Milan, 12 with the Italy under-21 side, 1 with the Italian Olympic team and 126 with the Italy senior team. Maldini came second behind future teammate George Weah in the 1995 FIFA World Player of the Year Award for his performances. [24] Maldini was able to capture his fifth Serie A title, and his fourth under Capello, the following season. [78][79] He was offered a position that would have reunited him with his former manager Carlo Ancelotti by joining Chelsea as a coach, having reportedly met with Ancelotti and with Chelsea's owner, Roman Abramovich, to discuss such a possibility. Throughout Cesare's managerial career, he coached his son both in the Italy under-21 side and the senior team, as well as at Milan, also managing several other teams. By the late 1990s, Paolo Maldini had made his name as one of the greatest centre-backs of his generation. [24], Milan reached the final of the 1989–90 Coppa Italia, losing out to Juventus. Er verbrachte von 1984 bis 2009 seine gesamte Profikarriere beim italienischen Verein AC Mailand, mit dem er unter anderem fünfmal die Champions League gewinnen konnte. [76] The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) offered him a place in the line-up in a friendly match against Northern Ireland. This win meant Milan finished in third place and qualified for the following season's Champions League. The following is the top 10 of most capped Under-21 players:[10], The following is the top 10 of top Under-21 goalscorers:[11], The match between Iceland and Italy was originally scheduled on 9 October 2020, 15:30, List of Italy national football team managers, Arena Garibaldi – Stadio Romeo Anconetani, "Under 21, Italia-Armenia inizierà alle 21. In the 2001–02 season, Milan finished in fourth place, qualifying for the Champions League, and also reached their best ever finish in the UEFA Cup, losing in the semi-finals. [123] He was renowned for his vocal, commanding presence on the pitch, and for his awareness, communication and organisational skills, helping to motivate his teammates and ensuring they remained in position. [38] This championship was Milan's first of three consecutive Serie A titles under Capello in the early 1990s. [26][27], The following season, Milan and Maldini captured their third consecutive Supercoppa Italiana under Capello, and won the European Super Cup, missing out on the Intercontinental Cup. ", "I always found it very difficult when I came up against Paolo Maldini. Maldini holds the record for most minutes played in World Cup matches with 2,216 minutes played. Although he did not win a tournament with Italy, he reached the final of the 1994 World Cup and Euro 2000, and the semi-final of the 1990 World Cup and Euro 1988. He won 25 trophies with Milan: the European Cup/UEFA Champions League five times, seven Serie A titles, one Coppa Italia, five Supercoppa Italiana titles, five European/UEFA Super Cups, two Intercontinental Cups and one FIFA Club World Cup. Prior to the 2008 Olympic games, Italy U-21s went on to win the 2008 Toulon Tournament by beating Chile (1–0) in the final. € * 11.10.2001 in Milano, Italien Daniel Maldini - Spielerprofil 20/21 | Transfermarkt * Oct 11, 2001 in Milano, Italy Following Baresi's retirement, he also formed a formidable and successful partnership with Alessandro Nesta. [14] With Italy, Maldini took part in four FIFA World Cups and three UEFA European Championships. Despite the difficulties Milan encountered during this period, through Maldini's leadership, they reached the Coppa Italia final in 1998, losing to Lazio, and won the 1998–99 Serie A title under Alberto Zaccheroni, finishing one point ahead of Lazio. [125][126][127], Maldini has appeared in commercials for the American sportswear company Nike. He was big. [146], ^ European competitions include the European Cup/UEFA Champions League and UEFA Cup So it was a weird experience, because having your father as a coach is pretty weird, and I was the captain. Mediterranean Games Football tournament was U-23 event in 1993 and 1997. [87] On 1 May 2016, Maldini became the second player ever after Southampton's Matthew Le Tissier to receive the One Club Man Award from Basque club Athletic Bilbao; he was presented with the prize at half-time, during the club's 2–1 home win over Celta de Vigo, and received a standing ovation from the attending fans. Maldini, partnering with Alessandro Costacurta, Fabio Cannavaro, Alessandro Nesta and Giuseppe Bergomi, also helped Italy to keep clean sheets in the second group match against Cameroon, the round of 16 match Norway and France in the quarter-finals, but Italy eventually went out of the tournament to the hosts and eventual champions on penalties, for the third consecutive time in a World Cup. During the 1994 World Cup, Maldini played in all seven of Italy's matches, and deputised for the injured Franco Baresi in the matches against Mexico, Nigeria, Spain and Bulgaria, keeping a clean sheet in the group match against Norway. Ecco i 5 nuovi campioni", "Gazzetta Sports Awards 2018: Tortu è l'Uomo dell'anno, bis per la Goggia. [122], Throughout his career, Maldini was also considered to be a leader, both for Milan and for the Italian national team, earning the nickname "Il Capitano" ("The Captain"). A disappointing Euro 1996 campaign saw Italy eliminated in the group stage with four points, in a group which contained the two eventual finalists of the tournament, Germany and the Czech Republic. "GALLI "TUTTI SANNO SEGNARE MA PARARE SOTTO IL SETTE ... "The Maldini Principle Applied to Basketball", "Alex Ferguson: I tried to sign Paolo Maldini for Man United but he turned us down", "Euro 2000 Player Profile: Paolo Maldini", "Il volo di Bonucci e la classifica degli 8 migliori difensori italiani di sempre", "è stato lui a cominciare No, l' hanno provocato", "FIFA DREAM TEAM: Maradona voted top player", "Baggio: "Maldini il difensore più forte. [107], As a centre-back, Maldini was renowned for his marking, awareness and ability to anticipate a threat from the opposition. We are more in the engine room rather than taking the glory". Paolo Cesare Maldini (* 26. [139] On 3 April 2016, Paolo's father Cesare died at the age of 84;[140] his mother died later that year, on 28 July. Diese Seite enthält eine Statistik über die Leistungsdaten (Tore, Karten, usw.) Maldini played in all three of Italy's group matches. [89] They were defeated in the first round by Tomasz Bednarek and David Pel by a score of 6–1, 6–1. Maldini was also part of Milan's undefeated Serie A team, which won the championship in the 1991–92 season; in total, Milan went unbeaten for an Italian record of 58 league matches, earning the nickname "The Invincibles". A match where he scored the fastest-ever goal in a European Cup final after 51 seconds and became the oldest player ever to score in a final, Milan lost on penalties to Liverpool after leading 3–0 at half-time. [52] In European football, only the English goalkeeper Peter Shilton had collected more appearances at the time: 1,390 between 1966 and 1997. [27][53], On 18 April 2009, Maldini announced that he would retire at the end of the 2008–09 season. [40] Maldini also placed third in the 1994 Ballon d'Or, behind Stoichkov and compatriot Roberto Baggio, and fifth in the FIFA World Player of the Year Award. In an interview with ESPN aired prior to the 2007 final, Maldini labeled the 2005 Champions League final as the worst moment of his career. Paolo Cesare Maldini (Italian pronunciation: [ˈpaːolo malˈdiːni]; born 26 June 1968) is an Italian former professional footballer who played as a left back and central defender for A.C. Milan and the Italy national team. Maldini captained Italy for eight years and held the record for appearances as Italy's captain (74), until he was again overtaken by Cannavaro and Buffon. Following his Series A-winning performances, Maldini was elected to be the Serie A Defender of the Year in 2004 at the Italian footballing Awards. [110] Maldini was also known for his aerial ability, strength, tackling and man-marking, as well as his tactical knowledge. [65] Maldini was part of the Italy squad that participated in the 1992 U.S. Cup, finishing in second place in the friendly tournament, behind the host nation. [26][27], In 2007, after Milan won the UEFA Super Cup against Sevilla (although Maldini did not appear in the final), Maldini became the first European captain to lift the FIFA Club World Cup after defeating Boca Juniors on 16 December. [45] That season, Maldini captained Milan to their third Champions League final in six years, leading them to a 2–1 victory over Liverpool in the final on 23 May 2007 in Athens, avenging their defeat from 2005. 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[137][138] His father Cesare was also a footballer who also played as a defender, captained Milan, and represented the Italy national team, later going on to become a coach. [54][55] His last appearance for Milan, and his last game as an active player, was a 2–0 win against Fiorentina on 31 May 2009 in the last match of the Serie A season. Italy topped their group, winning every match, and Maldini, starting alongside Fabio Cannavaro and Alessandro Nesta, helped the Italian defence to concede only two goals en route to the final, keeping clean sheets against co-hosts Belgium in the group stage, Romania in the quarter-finals and co-hosts the Netherlands in the semi-finals. Maldini also helped lead Milan to a second consecutive Champions League final, where he helped his team defeat Barcelona. [68], After Franco Baresi's international retirement in 1994, Maldini was appointed the team's full-time captain. ^ Other tournaments include the Supercoppa Italiana, European/UEFA Super Cup, Intercontinental Cup and FIFA Club World Cup The following season, in Sacchi's final season with the club, Milan were eliminated in the quarter-finals of the European Cup by eventual finalists Marseille, and finished second in Serie A, behind Sampdoria, once again with the best defence in the league, conceding only 19 goals. Maldini's last match in San Siro was on 24 May, a 3–2 loss against Roma, and was given a standing ovation by the fans. [84][85][86] In May 2015, it was announced that Maldini became the co-owner of North American Soccer League (NASL) club Miami FC, alongside television rights entrepreneur Riccardo Silva, in hope that the team would be able to join the Major League Soccer (MLS) in future. [26][27], Under Sacchi's replacement, Fabio Capello, Milan continued to be a dominant force in Italy and in Europe. Maldini spent all 25 seasons of his playing career in the Serie A with Milan, before retiring at the age of 41 in 2009. After three consecutive titles, Milan were unable to retain their Serie A title, although they reached their third consecutive Champions League final, where they were defeated 1–0 by Ajax. In 1989, Maldini was awarded the Bravo Award, as the best under-23 player in European Competitions. [77], Prior to his retirement, Maldini expressed that he would never be moving into a coaching career. [17] He is also the record appearance holder for Milan with 902 appearances in all competitions. Maldini went on to win the 1988 Supercoppa Italiana with Milan the following season, and followed up this trophy with back to back European Cup titles in 1988–89 and 1989–90, while Milan finished in third and in second place in Serie A during those respective seasons. [92] On 14 June 2019, Maldini was promoted to technical director. He helped Italy to win five consecutive games and was a starting member of the defence that kept a FIFA World Cup record of five consecutive clean sheets. [39] Despite their key absences, Maldini helped the Milan defence keep a clean sheet and overcome Barcelona 4–0 in the final, with two goals from Daniele Massaro and one each from Dejan Savićević and Marcel Desailly. des Spielers in verschiedenen Wettbewerben. [12] He is currently serving as technical director for Milan, as well as being co-owner of USL Championship club Miami FC. Maldini was also member of the under-21 team that finished runners-up to Spain in the 1986 UEFA European Under-21 Championship. [26][27], Maldini began the next season by lifting the 2004 Supercoppa Italiana as captain after Milan defeated Lazio. As they had previously done with Franco Baresi's number 6 shirt, Milan retired Maldini's number 3 shirt, but stated that it will be bequeathed to one of his sons if one of them were to make the club's senior team. [11][114] He was known for his calm and composed manner on the pitch, as well as his ability to read the game, preferring elegance and intelligence to physicality and aggression when defending; regarded as a correct player, known for his discipline on the pitch, he only received three red cards throughout his entire career. [128][129] He wore Nike Tiempo football boots at the 1994 FIFA World Cup. [26][27], Following Capello's departure, and the aging and retirement of several key players, Milan suffered disappointing results during the next few seasons, undergoing several managerial changes. [27][61][66], Maldini participated in his first 1990 FIFA World Cup in 1990 on home soil, appearing in all seven Italy matches. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest ever defenders, and as one of the greatest players of all time. From 1990 to 2004 the team established near-total dominance of European Under-21 football, winning five of the seven tournaments. On 17 February 1995, he made his 300th appearance in Serie A. Balotelli-Rossi coppia mondiale", "La storia della tattica: da Sacchi a Guardiola", "Speciale squadre nella leggenda, Milan '93-'94 vs Inter '09-'10", "The longest unbeaten runs in European football", "Barcelona v Milan revisited: The night in 1994 the Dream died", "Premio Nazionale Carriera Esemplare "Gaetano Scirea": Alba d'Oro", "Retiring Maldini celebrates the beauty of Milan", "Zinedine Zidane voted top player by fans", "Oldest person to captain a European Cup / Champions League-winning team: Paolo Maldini", "Maldini come Facchetti "Stile, carisma e fedeltà", "Why Did Milan Ultras Insult Paolo Maldini? Paolo Maldini on FIFA 21 - FIFA , all cards, stats, reviews and comments! [13] He is one of only 18 players to have made over 1,000 career appearances. Italy has also been twice runner-up of the competition, in 1986 and 2013. [40] He then singled out Milan captain Franco Baresi as a player who "really [deserved] to receive the sort of award I have received". Maldini played in the 11th Match Against Poverty on 4 March 2014, appearing with other star players including Ronaldo, Zinedine Zidane, Luís Figo and Pavel Nedvěd, which was held in Bern, Switzerland, with proceeds raised helping the recovery efforts in the Philippines in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan. Das sind die erweiterten Leistungsdaten von Daniel Maldini vom Verein AC Mailand. A ten-man Italy advanced to the final on penalties after a 0–0 draw with the Dutch following extra time. On that day, it was exactly 40 years since his father, Cesare, had also lifted the European Cup trophy as Milan's captain, also in England. Italy's Under-21s played the first match at the new Wembley Stadium, on 24 March 2007, against England Under-21s. [120][121] He was renowned for his consistency, versatility, work-rate, and longevity, breaking into the Milan starting lineup as a teenager and remaining there throughout his career until he retired at the age of 41. The following season, Milan finished second behind Juventus in Serie A once again, and reached the Champions League semi-finals, only to be defeated by eventual champions Barcelona. By Dan Cancian @dan_cancian [21] Maldini's father Cesare also played for and captained Milan, and was a successful national under-21 manager, who also coached Milan and the senior national side during the 1998 World Cup. [42] He and his father are only one of three other father-son pairs to have also done so; the others being Manuel Sanchís Martínez and Manuel Sanchís Hontiyuelo of Real Madrid, and Carles and Sergio Busquets of Barcelona.

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