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Antonio Mirante

Antonio Mirante (born 8 July 1983 in Castellammare di Stabia, Province of Naples) is an Italy Football (soccer) who currently plays for Parma F.C

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Antonio Mirante biography


Antonio Mirante (born 8 July 1983 in Castellammare di Stabia, Province of Naples) is an Italy Football (soccer) who currently plays for Parma F.C

Career

Started Antonio Mirante professional career with Juve, Mirante was loaned to F.C. Crotone in 2004, with Giovanni Bartolucci, Tomas Guzman, Abdoulay Konko, Matteo Paro and Daniele Gastaldello.

In 2005 Antonio Mirante was loaned to A.C. Siena with Nicola Legrottaglie, Igor Tudor, Matteo Paro, Daniele Gastaldello, Douglas Ricardo Packer, Cristian Molinaro, Luca Cacciotto and Rey Volpato.

Antonio Mirante was back to Juventus in 2006 due to Juventus relegation to Serie B and was capped for the first time when first choice goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon was red carded against U.C. AlbinoLeffe in the 24th minute.

Antonio Mirante was transferred to the Italian Serie A club U.C. Sampdoria on a one-year loan deal for season 2007–08.

During the transfer window of 2008, Sampdoria bought half of the registration rights of Mirante for €1.5M from Juventus, on 19 July 2009 Antonio Mirante went on loan to Parma F.C in exchange for Marco Rossi (born 1987).

In June 2010, Sampdoria decided not to buy Rossi but sold Mirante to Parma. The Genoa club bought the remaining half from Juventus for another €1.5M and sold to Parma for €3.6M, despite losing its 'keeper Luca Castellazzi to F.C. Internazionale Milano and failing to sign Marco Storari from A.C. Milan, who had been on loan at the club.

Mirante has since 2009 been a regular in Parma's team, missing just 3 of 76 Serie A matches.

International career

Antonio Mirante was a member of Italy national under-21 football team in 2006 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship, as an unused Substitute (football). Antonio Mirante has not made a debut in U-20 & U-21 level, despite having been called up six times.

On 8 August 2010, Antonio Mirante received Antonio Mirante first Italy national football team call-up, to replace injured Federico Marchetti.

Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Mirante

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