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Biografia
Naixement 2 de març de 1970 (1970-03-02) (49 anys)
Wohlen, Suïssa
Altres noms Ciri
Alçada 1,80 m.
Activitat
Posició a l'equip Centrecampista
Equip actual Retirat
Clubs juvenils
Anys Equip
1986-1989 FC Wohlen
Clubs professionals
Anys Equip PJ (gols)
1989-1990
19901993
19931995
19951996
19961997
19972000
2000-2002
2002-2006
FC Aarau
Grasshopper Club Zürich
1. FC Kaiserslautern
FC Bayern Munich
F.C. Internazionale Milano
1. FC Kaiserslautern
FC Bayern Munich
1. FC Kaiserslautern
Total
22 (3)
75 (7)
61 (15)
30 (2)
26 (1)
91 (4)
35 (1)
47 (8)
0387 (34)
Selecció nacional
Anys Equip PJ (gols)
1991-2001 Selecció de futbol de Suïssa 079 (7)
Equips entrenats
Anys Equip
2006-2008
2009-2012
FC Luzern
Grasshopper Club Zürich

Ciriaco Sforza, nascut el 2 de Març de 1970 és un exfutbolista i actual entrenador Helvètic.

BiografíaModifica

Va desenvolupar la major part de la seva carrera a Alemanya jugant al 1. FC Kaiserslautern i també al FC Bayern Munich desrpés d'haver destacat en el Grasshopper Club Zürich suís. Sforza representà la selecció nacional de Suïssa en 79 ocasions, participant en el Mundial de EEUA l'any 1994 i l'Eurocopa d'Anglaterra de 1996. Després de la seva retirada l'any 2006 ha exercit com a entrenador al seu país natal.

Està casat i té dos fills.


CareerModifica

Born in Swiss town Wohlen, Sforza started his career in his hometown club FC Wohlen. He was signed by FC Aarau in 1989, where he impressed commentators and fans alike. Sforza was signed by Swiss giants Grasshoppers Zurich one year later and he represented Grasshoppers during three successful seasons. He won the 1991 Swiss Super League championship with the club, and made his national team debut in August 1991. In 1993, he moved abroad to Germany to play for 1. FC Kaiserslautern.

Sforza became the general of the Kaiserslautern midfield and was recognised as one of the best midfielders in the German Bundesliga championship. After two seasons at Kaiserslautern, he was bought by German giants FC Bayern Munich in 1995. Sforza was signed at the same time as German superstar Jürgen Klinsmann, compared to the homely smalltown club Kaiserslautern, FC Bayern was a team with many stars. Conflicts between Klinsmann and team captain Lothar Matthäus poisoned the atmosphere and many scandals underlined why FC Bayern is nicknamed FC Hollywood. Bayern also missed out on the German championship for the second season in a row, though Sforza was a part of the 1996 UEFA Cup winning FC Bayern team.

Sforza had trouble settling in at FC Bayern, and after one season at the club he moved to Italy. He signed for Internazionale, where he was united with former Swiss national team manager Roy Hodgson. Sforza also had problems performing at Internazionale, and he spent a lot of time on the bench. After a single season he moved again – but this time to known territory. In time for the 1997–98 season, Sforza moved back to Kaiserslautern where he immediately made an impression. Even though Kaiserslautern had just been promoted from the German second division, Kaiserslautern became German champions, beating FC Bayern to the title. Sforza spent two more seasons at Kaiserslautern, impressing commentators and fans alike.

In 2000, he decided to give FC Bayern Munich another try. Once again, he failed to perform and spent a lot of time on the sidelines. FC Bayern had many star players competing for places, and the team won both the 2001 Bundesliga and UEFA Champions League titles. After two seasons at FC Bayern, he returned to Kaiserslautern in 2002, joining Kaiserslautern for a third time, Sforza's "double return" is unique in the German Bundesliga. The aging and now somewhat injury-prone Sforza helped FCK avoid relegation, however, in October 2005, he had a public falling-out with the club and was blackballed. He retired at the end of the season, in summer 2006.

Trajectòria InternacionalModifica

Ciriaco Sforza fou conocat per Roy Hodgson per disputar la Copa del Món de Futbol de 1994 a EEUA i Artur Jorge comptà amb ell pel Campionat d'Europa de futbol 1996 d'[[Anglaterra], el primer pel qual es classificà la selecció helvètica. En ambdues competicions disputà tots els partits amb el dorsal 10, lluïnt el braçalet de capità en els dos últims compromisos del Campionat europeu.


International goalsModifica

Scores and results list Switzerland's goal tally first.
# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. 16 August 1992 Kadrioru Stadium, Tallinn   Estònia 6–0 6–0 1994 World Cup qualifier
2. 18 November 1992 Wankdorf Stadium, Bern   Malta 3–0 3–0 1994 World Cup qualifier
3. 9 March 1994 Népstadion, Budapest   Hongria 1–0 2–1 Friendly
4. 12 October 1994 Wankdorf Stadium, Bern   Suècia 3–2 4–2 Euro 1996 qualifier
5. 11 October 1995 Hardturm, Zurich   Hongria 2–0 3–0 Euro 1996 qualifier
6. 13 March 1996 Stade Josy Barthel, Luxembourg   Luxemburg 1–1 1–1 Friendly
7. 6 October 1996 Olympiastadion, Helsinki   Finlàndia 2–0 3–2 1998 World Cup qualifier

Managerial careerModifica

Sforza went on to become manager of Swiss team FC Luzern, and was sacked after two more or less successful years managing the team. On 9 June 2009, he was named as the new manager of Grasshopper Club Zürich.[1] signing a contract between 30 June 2011.[2] On 13 April 2012, Sforza left the club after poor results.[3]


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ReferencesModifica

  1. Sforza wird Trainer bei Grasshoppers Zürich
  2. «Ciri Sforza neuer Cheftrainer – neuer Sportchef wird gesucht» (en german). gcz.ch, 10-06-2009. [Consulta: 3 gener 2010].
  3. «Ciriaco Sforza räumt seinen Posten sofort» (en german). Fussball.ch, 13-04-2012 [Consulta: 20 març 2013].

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