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Sunday, January 20, 2008

QPR Interest in Genoa's Marco Di Vaio?

From the Italian Press re Genoa's 31 year old Italian International forward, Marco Di Vaio

Calcimercato - Genoa Qpr insiste per Di Vaio
18:38 del 20 gennaio

Sembrava destinato al Bologna, ma in realtà il destino di Marco Di Vaio sembra diverso, l'ex bomber della Lazio è nel mirino del Qpr allenato da De Canio . Calcimercato

Web Translation
It seemed destined to Bologna, but in fact the fate of Marco Di Vaio seems different, the former Lazio bomber is under attack, Qpr trained by De Canio - Web Translation

Also from "TransferMarket - QPR, Interest for Di Vaio
20.01.2008 - Source: mercato365.fr "According to french sources, many english clubs are interested in Genoa striker Marco Di Vaio. One of them is Briatore's QPR." Transfermarket

WIKIPEDIA re Di VaioWikipedia
Marco Di Vaio (born July 15, 1976) is an Italian football (soccer) striker, who currently plays for Genoa C.F.C.
Born in Rome, Di Vaio has played for Lazio (1994-95), Hellas Verona (1996), Bari (1996-97), Salernitana (1997-99), Parma (1999-2002), Juventus (2002-04), Valencia (2004-05) and Monaco (2005-2007).
He was a revelation at Salernitana, leading them to their second promotion to the Serie A in 1997-98 as the top scorer in Serie B for that season. Despite Salernitana's relegation the following season, Di Vaio remained in Serie A, after being purchased by Parma. He scored an impressive number of goals for the Gialloblu and he went on to become the 2nd highest scorer of the league in his third season for the team. Juventus won the race to sign him during the following summer (2002), but Di Vaio never really reproduced the form he showed at Parma, mainly because of the immense competition for a first-team place at Juventus. Still, he managed to win one scudetto with Juventus. Di Vaio then moved to Valencia on a 5-year contract, where he became the top scorer for the Spanish side, despite managing a mere eleven goals in La Liga. However, his presence in the first team line-up of Valencia became constricted by the arrivals of Patrick Kluivert and David Villa. In January 2006, Di Vaio was loaned out to French side Monaco. At the end of the season, he transferred to the club permanently and signed a 2 year-deal. On the 21st of January 2007 however, after an unsuccessful spell in France, Di Vaio surprisingly returned to Italy by signing with Serie A club Genoa on a two-year contract....WIkipedia

Also - Marco Di Vaio Website

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