Every day Goal.com celebrates the birthday of past and present Calcio heroes. Today includes all those born on August 28.
Alfredo Bodoira – Former Juventus and Torino player of the 30s and 40s, who
is one of only two players to have won the Scudetto for both
Mario Martiradonna (70) – Respected right back, who made over 300
Mario Maraschi (69) – Ex-Fiorentina forward, who scored a crucial 14 goals
in their 1969 Scudetto-winning season. Also played for the likes of
1959: Daniele Arrigoni (49) – Current Bologna coach, who will be hoping to keep the side in Serie A this season. Has formerly bossed Livorno,
Michele Padovano (42) – Ex-Juventus striker, who was an unsung hero during
their 1996 Champions League winning campaign. Padovano scored a crucial goal in
the quarter final win over Real Madrid, and stuck away a penalty in the final
shootout win over
1974: Carsten Jancker (34) – Best known for the years he spent at Bayern Munich, but the giant hitman also had an unhappy spell at Udinese from 2002 to 2004, scoring just two goals in two seasons.
Daniel Andersson (31) – Swedish centre midfielder, capped 65 times by his
country. Currently at