1027 Andrea Ranocchia

Biography

Andrea Ranocchia (aka “The Frog”) was an Italian international centre back that joined the Tigers during January 2017 on loan from Inter Milan.  Ranocchia had a reputation for blunders but played imperiously for a dozen games, although his form did dip at the most intense time at the end of the season, airshotting in the second minute at Crystal Palace and allowing Zaha to bag an early and decisive opener.

Born in Assisi, Ranocchia began his senior career as an 18 year old at Tuscan side Arezzo.  After two seasons at Genoa, Andrea joined Internazionale during December 2010 and has remained their since, having loan spells at Genoa, Sampdoria and now Hull City.

Ranocchia played at youth levels for Italy and has a number of senior caps.  He was a favourite choice under international manager Antonio Conte, who was his first club manager as a young player at Arezzo.

Details

NationalityItaly
Date/Place of Birth16 February 1988, Assisi (Italy)
Hull City First Game1 February 2017, Manchester United A (Premier League), 28 years, 351 days old
Hull City Final Game: 21 May 2017, Tottenham Hotspur H (Premier League), 29 years, 94 days

Clubs

Arezzo (2006-2008), Genoa (2008-2010), Bari (2008-10, loan), Internazionale (2010-current), Genoa (2010-2011, loan), Sampdoria (2016, loan), Hull City (2017, loan)

Hull City Record

Career: 16 apps, 2 goal

Andrea Ranocchia
SeasonLGE
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LGE
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FAC
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FLC
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EUR
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OTH
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OTH
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2016/1715 (1)2--------

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