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Gaethje’ Play-by-Play, Results & Round Scoring + VIEW MORE Motta with Udinese in 2008 Personal information Full name Marco Motta Date of birth ( 1986-05-14) 14 May 1986 (age 35) Place of birth Merate, Italy Height 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in) [1] Position(s) Right back Youth career 2000–2004 Atalanta Senior career* Years Team Apps ( Gls) 2004–2005 Atalanta 19 (0) 2005–2009 Udinese 36 (1) 2007–2008 → Torino (loan) 24 (1) 2009–2010 Roma 29 (0) 2010–2015 Juventus 24 (0) 2011–2012 → Catania (loan) 13 (0) 2012–2013 → Bologna (loan) 19 (1) 2014 → Genoa (loan) 13 (0) 2015 Watford 9 (0) 2016 Charlton Athletic 12 (0) 2017–2018 Almería 46 (3) 2018–2019 Omonia 8 (0) 2020–2022 Persija Jakarta 25 (1) National team ‡ 2001–2002 Italy U16 3 (2) 2002–2003 Italy U17 14 (4) 2003 Italy U18 5 (0) 2003–2004 Italy U19 6 (0) 2004–2005 Italy U20 1 (0) 2005–2009 Italy U21 36 (1) 2008 Olympic Italy 2 (0) 2010 Italy 1 (0) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 26 March 2022 ‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 13 Marco motta 2013 Marco Motta ( Italian pronunciation: [ˈmarko ˈmɔtta]; born 14 May 1986) is an Italian professional footballer who plays as a right marco motta.

Motta is a former Italy international and made his senior international appearance in 2010; at youth level, he participated in the 2008 Summer Olympics with Italy. Contents • 1 Club career • 1.1 Atalanta • 1.2 Udinese • 1.3 Roma • 1.4 Juventus • 1.4.1 Loan deals • 1.5 Watford • 1.6 Charlton • 1.7 Almería • 1.8 Omonia • 1.9 Persija Jakarta • 2 International career • 3 Career statistics • 3.1 Club • 3.2 International • 4 Honours • 4.1 Club • 4.2 International • 4.3 Individual • 5 References • 6 External links Club career [ edit ] Atalanta [ edit ] Born in Merate, Lombardy, Motta began his professional career with Lombardy side Atalanta B.C.

in 2005, following his promotion from the club's youth setup. He was a member of the 2004–05 Primavera Under-20 squad, [2] and made his Serie A debut on 9 January 2005, replacing Riccardo Montolivo in the 65th minute. [3] On 13 January he was a starter in the Coppa Italia, ahead Damiano Zenoni, a match in which Juventus was eliminated in a 5–3 aggregate.

[4] Motta made 22 appearances (3 in the 2004–05 Coppa Italia) in the remainder of the season to replace the left of Zenoni who left on 1 February, but due to the club's relegation, he moved to Udinese Calcio in a co-ownership deal, for €2.05 million, [5] prior to the start of the 2005–06 Serie A season.

Udinese also signed several players from Bergamo, namely Fausto Rossini (50% for €450,000), [5] Cesare Natali marco motta and young players Massimo Gotti, Piermario Morosini (50%), [7] and Michele Rinaldi (loan); Simultaneously sending Thomas Manfredini and Antonino D'Agostino (50%) to Bergamo as part of the marco motta for a total of €2 million.

[5] [8] Udinese [ edit ] Udinese Calcio officially signed the wing back during the marco motta transfer window of 2005, and in his first season with the club, Motta was very sparingly used. An understudy of Damiano Zenoni once again, he made six league appearances and netted one goal.

He also made his European debut for Udinese, on 2 November 2005, substituting David Di Michele in the 73rd minute in a 3–4 defeat to Werder Bremen. [9] On 30 January 2006, he was injured and ruled out for the remainder of season. [10] [11] [12] He remained in Udine for the 2006–07 Serie A season, as well, and he made 16 additional league appearances (all as starting XI) with his club.

In June 2007, Udinese bought the remainder of his contract from Atalanta for an additional €800,000, [13] but the player did not remain in Friuli for the 2007–08 campaign. Atalanta also signed Zlatan Muslimović from Udine as part-exchange deal.

[8] On 28 July 2007, Torino announced the one-year loan signing of Motta from Udinese, re-joining former teammate Cesare Natali, who was sold to Turin weeks earlier.

[14] Mainly an understudy to Gianluca Comotto, he made 24 league appearances (14 as starting XI) for his club, also scoring his second career Serie A goal. Following a successful loan period, the player returned to Udinese ahead of the 2008–09 Serie A season, due to the injury of Cristián Marco motta (right-back or central back).

At Udine, he competed the starting line-up with Damiano Ferronetti (who can play left or right back), Aleksandar Luković (who can play left or central back) and Giovanni Pasquale (left-back or winger).

He played eight league matches as a starter out of fourteen Serie A appearances that season. But at UEFA Cup, he was the starting right back at the group stage and played all four matches, three as starter, ahead of Ferronetti who played the first round. Udinese finished first in Group D. [15] Since Udinese had signed Dušan Basta for the next season (who can play winger or right-back) and since Zapata recovered, he was loaned to A.S. Roma, agreed a 3 + 1⁄ 2-year deal, which he earned a gross salary (pre-tax income) of €300,000 for the remaining six months of 2008–09 season and increased to €660,000 in the 2009–10 season.

[16] Roma [ edit ] Motta made his debut for Roma on 8 February 2009, coming on as a substitute in the 31st minute in Roma's 3–0 victory against Genoa. He impressed both his new club's supporters and his new coach, Luciano Spalletti. In his various post-match press conferences with Roma Channel and Sky Marco motta, Spalletti said "Motta gets my compliments for that performance. It's not easy to enter onto the field at the Olimpico for the first time in front of a crowd like ours, with whom it's difficult to exhibit tranquility.

He has great speed, force and technical quality, and he was very good in the defensive phase of the game. He played with great personality." [ citation needed] Motta then earned a starting position under Marco motta, beating off competition from the likes of Cicinho, Cristian Panucci, and Marco Cassetti.

He also played both legs of UEFA Champions League round of 32 matches that lost to Arsenal. [17] [18] With the loan deal, the capital club obtained the option to marco motta the right to buy half of the player's contract in June for €3.5million or outright for €7million in three installments.

[16] On 24 June 2009 Roma exercised their right to sign half of Motta's contract for pre-agreed price. [19] Following the resignation of Spalletti, and the appointment of Claudio Ranieri, Motta lost his place in the Roma first team, marco motta failed to become a regular starter and made just 16 appearances during the entire 2009–10 Serie A season.

At the conclusion of the season, the two clubs failed to agree price on him to negotiate the co-ownership and on 25 June 2010, [20] the deal went to a blind auction (submit the bid by envelope).

Udinese repurchased Motta after winning the auction on 26 June. [21] for €1.45M. [22] Juventus [ edit ] On 2 July 2010, Juventus agreed a loan deal for Motta with Udinese for the 2010–2011 season. Juventus had the option to sign Motta permanently at the end of the season, as Juventus was seeking a new right back to replace Martín Cáceres and Jonathan Zebina.

Motta then joined the Juventus squad which they would leave from Vinovo, Juventus's facility located to Pinzolo, the camp site for pre-season training, in although the deal was pending a formal finalization.

marco motta [24] On 5 July, Juventus announced the deal was completed, which cost €1.25 million for the loan with option to make it permanently for a further €3.75 million.

[25] He made marco motta official Juventus debut on 29 July 2010 in the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League qualifier against Shamrock Rovers, ahead of Zdeněk Grygera as right back. The Old Lady won the Ireland side 3–0 in aggregate. Grygera alter regained his starting place and Motta had to appear as unused substitute on the bench for much of the 2010–11 Marco motta A campaign. On 22 June 2011 Juventus exercised the rights to sign Motta along with Simone Pepe for a pre-agreed price. Following his permanent transfer to the club, he became a surplus to requirements under new coach Antonio Conte and failed to make any appearances for the club alongside the likes of Carvalho Amauri, Luca Toni, and Vincenzo Iaquinta, all of whom were released during the 2012 winter transfer market on either loan deals or permanent transfers.

Loan deals [ edit ] Motta joined Calcio Catania on a loan from Juventus on 30 January, one day before the end of the winter transfer period. His second league match for the club was coincidentally against his parent club, Juventus, and he was sent off 56 minutes into the match for a rash challenge on former teammate Paolo De Ceglie, having already been booked.

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Catania eventually lost the match, 3–1. He returned to Juventus on 30 June 2012 and was loaned to Bologna on 19 July from Juventus F.C. with an option to buy 50% of the player. Bologna did not exercise their option to purchase the play's registration rights and he returned to Juventus once more.

On 23 January 2014, he moved to Genoa on loan for the remainder of the 2013–14 season. [26] Watford [ edit ] Having left Juventus, Motta completed a move to Championship side Watford on 26 February 2015. [27] He made his debut in a 1–0 win against Fulham on 3 March 2015. However, following Watford's promotion to the Barclays Premier League, Motta was released by the club. [28] Charlton [ edit ] In January 2015 numerous reports stated that Motta was on the verge of a transfer to Queens Park Rangers.On 12 February 2016 Motta signed for Championship side Charlton Athletic on a deal until the end of the 2015–16 season.

[29] He was released at the end of the season. [30] Almería [ edit ] On 31 January 2017, Motta signed a contract with Segunda División side UD Almería until 2019, after impressing on a trial basis. [31] He scored his first goal for the club on 3 December, netting the opener in a 2–1 home defeat of Marco motta Tenerife.

On 9 July 2018, after being an undisputed starter, Motta terminated his contract with Almería. [32] Omonia [ edit ] On 11 July 2018, Motta agreed to a contract with Cypriot club AC Omonia.

[33] Motta missed the first half of the 2018-19 season because of a problem in the back and eventually debuted on 17 February 2019 against Anorthosis Famagusta. He finished the season with 8 league marco motta [34] and left the club in the end of June 2019.

[34] Persija Jakarta [ edit ] In February 2020, Motta signed a contract with Indonesian club in Liga 1 side Persija Jakarta on a 2-year contract, after playing in Cypriot First Division with AC Omonia. [35] Motta made his Persija Jakarta's debut in a pre-season 2020 East Java Governor Cup in a 4–1 win against Persela Lamongan on 11 February. [36] and on 1 March, Motta made his league debut in a 3–2 win against Borneo at the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium.

[37] Then, 26 days later, this season was suspended on 27 March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The season was abandoned and was declared void on 20 January 2021. On 15 January 2022, Motta scored his first goal for the club, a late equaliser against Persela Lamongan at the Kapten I Wayan Dipta Stadium. [38] International career [ edit ] Since 2005, Motta has been a member of the Italy U-21 national team. In 2007, after the 2007 Euro U-21, he was named captain of the side.

[ citation needed] He also represented Italy at the 2008 Summer Olympics, 2003 UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship, 2006–07 Under-20 Four Nations Tournament, 2008 Toulon Tournament and marco motta UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship, he missed 2006 edition due to injury, [12] where he played 4 [39] [40] [41] [42] out of possible 8 [43] in qualifying since made his U21 debut.

On 22 March 2009, Motta received his first call-up to the Italian national team for the games against Montenegro and the Republic of Ireland [44] but remained an unused substitute. He made his debut with the senior team on 10 August 2010, under new head coach Cesare Prandelli, in the friendly match lost 1–0 against Ivory Coast. [45] Career statistics [ edit ] Club [ edit ] Club performance League Cup Continental Total Season Club League Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Italy League Coppa Italia Europe Total 2004–05 Atalanta Serie A 19 0 3 0 0 0 22 0 marco motta Udinese 6 1 2 0 1 0 9 1 2006–07 16 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 2007–08 Torino 24 1 1 0 0 0 25 1 2008–09 1 Udinese 14 0 1 0 5 0 20 0 Roma 13 0 0 0 2 0 15 0 2009–10 16 0 3 0 marco motta 0 27 0 2010–11 Juventus 22 0 2 0 8 0 32 0 2011–12 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Catania 13 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 2012–13 Bologna 19 1 3 0 0 0 22 1 2013–14 Juventus 2 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 2014–15 Watford Championship 9 0 0 0 0 0 marco motta 0 2015–16 Charlton Athletic Championship 12 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 2018–19 Omonia First Division 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2020–21 Persija Jakarta Liga 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2021–22 Persija Jakarta Liga 1 23 1 0 0 0 0 23 0 Career total 190 3 16 0 24 0 229 3 Notes marco motta Note 1: Motta signed for Roma on loan during mid season.

* Note 2: Motta signed for Catania on loan during mid season. As of 31 December 2013 International [ marco motta ] As of 10 August 2010 [46] Italy Year Apps Goals 2010 1 0 Total 1 0 Honours [ edit ] Club [ edit ] Roma [47] • Serie A runner-up: 2009–10 • Coppa Italia runner-up: 2009–10 Juventus [47] • Serie A: 2013–14 • Supercoppa Italiana: 2013 Persija Jakarta • Menpora Cup: 2021 [48] International [ edit ] Italy U21 • Toulon Tournament: 2008 Individual [ edit ] • Menpora Cup Best Eleven: 2021 [49] References [ edit ] • ^ "Marco Motta".

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An understudy of Damiano Zenoni once again, he made six league appearances and netted one goal. He also made his European debut for Udinese, on 2 November 2005, substituting David Di Michele in the 73rd minute in a 3–4 defeat to Werder Bremen. On 30 January 2006, he was injured and ruled out for the remainder of season. Marco Motta Net Worth Marco Motta is one of the richest Football Player & listed on most popular Football Player.

According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Marco Motta net worth is approximately $1.5 Million. Marco Motta Net Worth & Salary Net Worth $1.5 Million Salary Under Review Source of Income Football Player Cars Not Available House Living in own house. Udinese Calcio officially signed the wing back during the summer transfer window of 2005, and in his first season with the club, Motta was very sparingly used.

An understudy of Damiano Zenoni once again, he made six league appearances and netted one goal. He also made his European debut for Udinese, on 2 November 2005, substituting David Di Michele in the 73rd minute in a 3–4 defeat to Werder Bremen.

On 30 January 2006, he was injured and ruled out for the remainder of season. Born in Merate, Lombardy, Motta began his professional career with Lombardy side Atalanta B.C.

in 2005, following his promotion from the marco motta youth setup. He was a member of the 2004–05 Primavera Under-20 squad, and made his Serie A debut on 9 January 2005, replacing Riccardo Montolivo in the 65th minute.

On 13 January he was a starter in the Coppa Italia, ahead Marco motta Zenoni, a match in which Juventus was eliminated in a 5–3 aggregate. Motta made 22 appearances (3 in the 2004–05 Coppa Italia) in the remainder of the season to replace the left of Zenoni who left on 1 February, but due to the club’s relegation, he moved to Udinese Calcio in a co-ownership deal, for €2.05 million, prior to the start of the 2005–06 Serie A season.

Udinese also signed several players from Bergamo, namely Fausto Rossini (50% for €450,000), Cesare Natali and young players Massimo Gotti, Piermario Morosini (50%), and Michele Rinaldi (loan); Simultaneously sending Thomas Manfredini and Antonino D’Agostino (50%) to Bergamo marco motta part of the deal for a total of €2 million.

Marco Motta Height Marco Motta's height 1.86 m weight 76 kg & body measurements will update soon. Marco Motta Height & Body Stats Height 1.86 m Weight 76 kg Body Measurements Under Review Eye Color Not Available Hair Color Not Available Feet/Shoe Size Not Available He remained in Udine for the 2006–07 Serie A season, as well, and he made 16 additional league appearances (all as starting XI) with his club. In June 2007, Udinese marco motta the remainder of his contract from Atalanta for an additional €800,000, but the player did not remain in Friuli for the 2007-08 campaign.

Atalanta also signed Zlatan Muslimović from Udine as part-exchange deal. Who is Marco Motta dating? According to our records, Marco Motta is possibily single & has not been previously engaged. As of December 2021, Marco Motta’s is not dating anyone. Relationships Marco motta We have no marco motta of past relationships for Marco Motta. You may help us to build the dating records for Marco Motta! Following a successful loan period, the player returned to Udinese ahead of the 2008–09 Serie A season, due to the injury of Cristián Zapata (right-back or central back).

At Udine, he competed the starting line-up with Damiano Ferronetti (who can play left or right back), Aleksandar Luković (who can play left or central back) and Giovanni Pasquale (left-back or winger). He played eight league matches as a starter out of fourteen Serie A appearances that season. But at UEFA Cup, he was the starting right back at the group stage and played all four matches, three as starter, ahead of Ferronetti who played the first round.

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Udinese finished first in Group D. Facts & Trivia Ranked on the list of most popular Football Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Italy.

Marco Motta celebrates birthday on May 14 of every year. Since Udinese had signed Dušan Basta for the next season (who can play winger or right-back) and since Marco motta recovered, he was loaned to A.S. Roma, agreed a ½+3-year deal, which he earned a gross salary (pre-tax income) of €300,000 for the remaining six months of 2008–09 season and increased to €660,000 in the 2009–10 season.

On 22 March 2009, Motta received his first call-up to the Italian national team for the games against Montenegro and the Republic of Ireland but remained an unused substitute. With the loan deal, the capital club obtained the option to for the right to buy half of the player’s contract in June for €3.5million or outright marco motta €7million in three installments. On 24 June 2009 Roma exercised their right to sign half of Motta’s contract for pre-agreed price. Following the resignation of Spalletti, and the appointment of Claudio Ranieri, Motta lost his place in the Roma first team, and failed to become a regular starter and made just 16 appearances during the entire 2009–10 Serie A season.

At the conclusion of the season, the two clubs failed to agree price on him to negotiate the co-ownership and on 25 June 2010, the deal went to a blind auction (submit the bid by envelope). Udinese marco motta Motta after winning the auction on 26 June. for €1.45M. Motta made his debut for Roma on 8 February 2009, coming on as a substitute in the 31st minute in Roma’s 3–0 victory against Genoa. He impressed both his new club’s supporters and his new coach, Luciano Spalletti. In his various post-match press conferences with Roma Channel and Sky Italia, Spalletti said “Motta gets my compliments for that performance.

It’s not easy to enter onto the field at the Olimpico for the first time in front of a crowd like ours, with whom it’s difficult to exhibit tranquility.

He has great speed, force and technical quality, and he was very good in the defensive phase of the game. He played with great personality.” You may read full biography about Marco Motta from Wikipedia.

• Bradesco SC • Brazil junior women's • Lutkin SC • Italy junior women's • Brazil women's • Eczacıbaşı VitrA • Turkey women's Last updated: September 7, 2013 Marco Aurélio Motta (born 1960 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) is a volleyball coach from Brazil. He is the head coach of the Turkey women's national team marco motta 2011.

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{INSERTKEYS} [1] He began with volleyball playing at the age of 14. He pursued a career as a coach for beach volleyball as he was 17. During that time, he discovered and coached talented beach volleyball players such as Ana Richa and Adriana Samuel. [1] He graduated from the Sports Academy, and helped his club Bradesco became 1984 Brazilian champion with eight young members. Discovering volleyballers like Ana Moser, Fernanda Venturini, Denise, Ana Richa, Ana Flavia, Marcia Fu, Simone Storm and Tina, he made the Brazil junior women's national volleyball team world's fourth in 1985, and two years later world champion.

Motta transferred in 1987 to Lutkin Sports Club, and made his new club Brazilian champion. [1] Between 1991 and 1996, he coached Italy's junior women's national team.

He is considered as the main architect of the team's development. During that time, his team was twice European champion, defeating the Russian junior women's national team, which was a 13-time European champion until then. {/INSERTKEYS}

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{INSERTKEYS} [1] In 1997, Motta returned home, accepting an offer of the Brazilian Volleyball Confederation and led until 2000 a promotional programme for 30,000 children called "Viva Volei". During this time, he coached the beach volleyball double Adriana Samuel and Sandra Pires. [1] Motta coached the Brazil women's national volleyball team between 2001 and 2003.

[1] In 2004, he transferred to the Turkish club Eczacıbaşı VitrA for three seasons. [2] With him, the club won two league championships after a third place in his first season. He served as the director of the Center for Physical Education and Sports at the Universidade Santa Úrsula in Rio de Janeiro. [1] At the end of 2010, he was named head coach of the Turkey women's national team.

Motta led the Turkish team to bronze medals at the 2011 Women's European Volleyball Championship and the 2012 FIVB World Grand Prix and in 2012 the Turkish women's team qualified for the first time for the Olympics. Contents • 1 National teams • 2 Clubs • 3 Achievements • 4 References National teams [ edit ] • Brazil junior women's national team (1985–87) Head Coach • Italy junior women's national team (1991–96) Head Coach • Brazil women's national team (2001–03) Head Coach • Turkey women's national team (2011–13) Head Coach Clubs [ edit ] Club Country From To Bradesco SC Brazil 1984 1985 Lutkin SC Brazil 1987 1988 Eczacıbaşı VitrA Turkey 2004 2007 Achievements [ edit ] Motta's achievements include: [1] • Brazil Women's champion, twice • Brazil Girl's champion • South American Clubs champion Brazil women's national volleyball team • South America champion • South America champion (Brazil junior women's national team) • South America champion (Brazil girl's national team) • 1987 World champion (Brazil junior women's national team) Eczacıbaşı VitrA • 2004-05 Turkish League - Bronze • 2005 Top Teams Championships - Bronze • 2005-06 Turkish League - Gold • 2006-07 Turkish League - Gold Turkey women's national volleyball team • 2011 Women's European Volleyball Championship - Bronze • 2012 FIVB World Grand Prix - Bronze References [ edit ] Edit links • This page was last edited on 24 December 2020, at 06:49 (UTC).

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Marco Motta Informasi pribadi Tanggal lahir 14 Mei 1986 (umur 35) Tempat lahir Merate, Italia Tinggi 186 m (610 ft 3 in) Posisi bermain Bek Informasi klub Klub saat ini Persija Jakarta Nomor 47 Karier junior 2000–2004 Atalanta Karier senior* Tahun Tim Tampil (Gol) 2004–2005 Atalanta 19 (1) 2005–2009 Udinese 36 (0) 2007–2008 → Torino (pinjaman) 24 (0) 2009–2010 Roma 29 (0) 2010–2015 Juventus 24 (0) 2011–2012 → Catania (pinjaman) 13 (0) 2012–2013 → Bologna (pinjaman) 19 (1) 2014 → Genoa (pinjaman) 13 (0) 2015 Watford 9 (0) 2016 Charlton Athletic 12 (0) 2017–2018 Almería 46 (3) 2018–2019 Omonia 8 (0) 2020–2022 Persija Jakarta 22 (2) Tim nasional ‡ 2002 Italia U-16 3 (2) 2002–2003 Italia U-17 14 (4) 2003–2004 Italia U-19 6 (0) 2006 Italia U-20 1 (0) 2005–2009 Italia U-21 31 (1) 2008 Italia U-23 6 (0) 2010– Italia 1 (0) * Penampilan dan gol di klub senior hanya dihitung dari liga domestik dan akurat per 03 April 2015 ‡ Penampilan dan gol di tim nasional akurat per 30 Agustus 2012 Marco Motta (lahir 14 Mei 1986) adalah pemain sepak bola kelahiran Italia yang kini membela salah satu klub Liga 1 (Indonesia) yaitu RANS Cilegon FC.

Posisinya adalah bek. Tim nasional [ sunting - sunting sumber ] Motta telah menjadi wakil Italia pada setiap level junior, termasuk pada Piala Eropa U-21 2006. Klub [ sunting - sunting sumber ] Motta adalah produk dari sistem pembinaan Atalanta Bergamo yang terkenal, dan membuat debutnya di Stadion Olimpico melawan AS Roma pada Januari 2005.

Meskipun kemudian Atalanta semakin dekat dengan degradasi, dia memastikan tempat di tim utama sebelum kemudian pindah ke peserta Liga Champions Eropa Udinese. Pranala luar [ sunting - sunting sumber ] • "Profile at UEFA.com (2005–06)". UEFA.com. Diarsipkan dari versi asli tanggal 2007-07-12 . Diakses tanggal 7 July 2010. • (Inggris) Statistik Marco Motta pada situs web resmi FIFA (diarsipkan) • National Team data at FIGC Diarsipkan 2012-08-13 di Wayback Machine. (Italia) • Profile at AIC.Football.it (Italia) • Profile at Soccerway • Profile at La Gazzetta dello Sport (2009–10) (Italia) • Profile at La Gazzetta dello Sport (2007–08) (Italia) • Profile at La Gazzetta dello Sport (2006–07) (Italia) • 1 Makaridze • 2 Buñuel • 3 Martos • 5 Robertone • 6 de la Hoz • 7 Villar • 8 Portillo • 9 Sadiq • 10 Curro • 11 D.

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