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Daniele Bonera

Daniele Bonera

Full NameDaniele Bonera
Date of Birth May 31, 1981
Place of Birth Brescia
Country Italy
Age 40 years, 2 months, 12 days
Horoscope Gemini

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Daniele Bonera Biography

Daniele Bonera, Ufficiale OMRI (Italian pronunciation: [daˈnjɛːle boˈnɛːra] ; born 31 May 1981) is an Italian retired footballer who played as a central defender. He is currently working as an assistant coach at A.C. Milan. According to Astrologers, zodiac sign is Gemini Center back who won the 2007 FIFA Club World Cup with Milan and earned a bronze medal for Italy at the 2004 Olympics.

Bonera signed for Brescia in 1995 and played at the youth teams of Brescia until the end of 1998–99 season, where he made his first team debut for Brescia in 1999–2000. He played a total of 72 games in his three seasons with Brescia.

He was born in Brescia, Italy.

Bonera has been capped 16 times for the Italian senior team between 2001 and 2008. After he made his senior debut under Giovanni Trapattoni on 5 September 2001, in a 1–0 win against Morocco, he made his non-friendly debut under Marcello Lippi in a 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifier.

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Daniele Bonera Net Worth

Daniele Bonera is one of the richest Soccer Player & listed on most popular Soccer Player. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Daniele Bonera net worth is approximately $1 Million - $3 Million.

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Net Worth$1 Million - $3 Million
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Source of IncomeSoccer Player
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HouseLiving in own house.
In 1995, he began his youth career with Brescia.

At youth level, Bonera was capped for both the 2002 and 2004 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championships. He also played at the 2000 Toulon Tournament. He was capped 34 times at U-21 international level.

At international level, he represented the Italy national football team on 16 occasions; he also won the 2004 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship with the Italy national under-21 football team, as well as a bronze medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics.

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From 2002 to 2006, he played for Parma.

He was called up to 2006 FIFA World Cup squad as one of the four emergency reserve players, but after Gianluca Zambrotta was confirmed to be fit, Bonera was excluded from the final 23-man squad and sent home.

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Bonera signed for Parma in July 2002. He played 32 Serie A games and scored a goal during his first season at Parma in 2002–03. In his following three seasons with Parma, he played 98 games of which 82 were in the Serie A. On 28 July 2006, Bonera moved to Milan in a €3.3 million transfer deal.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Soccer Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Italy. Daniele Bonera celebrates birthday on May 31 of every year.

Bonera’s UEFA Champions League came against Belgian side Anderlecht on 17 October 2006, in which he received a red card after receiving a second yellow in the 47th minute for what, in the referee’s view, was petulantly kicking the ball away as Anderlecht waited to take a free kick. After struggling at right back, Bonera was moved to centre back after several defenders were injured, and after the acquisition of Massimo Oddo from Lazio in January, a natural right back. Bonera slotted in well at centre back, becoming one of Milan’s better players. However, he struggled with a niggling injury in the second half of the 2008–09 season, joining Alessandro Nesta and Kakha Kaladze on the treatment table. In September 2009, he signed a contract extension which will last until 2013.

After the 2006 World Cup, he was re-called for the first time under new manager Roberto Donadoni, ahead of the UEFA Euro 2008 qualifier against Scotland, a match scheduled for 28 March 2007. However, he had to withdraw due to injury. In October and November 2007, he was called up again. He played in a 2–0 friendly win against future 2010 FIFA World Cup hosts South Africa with an experimental Italy squad, and also came on as a substitute for Fabio Cannavaro in a 3–1 home win in a Euro 2008 qualifier against the Faroe Islands. He was not selected for Euro 2008.

After Marcello Lippi became Italy coach for the second time, Bonera was re-called in Lippi’s first few matches, but was later left out of his squad due to injury. After the injury, Bonera was called up to the last friendly before the formal announcement of Italy’s 2010 World Cup squad, against Cameroon. However, he failed to enter both the preliminary World Cup squad on 11 May and the training camp on 4–5 May.

After a ten-month injury lay-off, Bonera made a successful 45-minute comeback against Novara in the Coppa Italia on 13 January 2010. Because of Milan’s great central defensive partnership of Alessandro Nesta and Thiago Silva, Bonera was deployed at his former position, right back. He slotted in well, playing much better in that position than when he first joined Milan. Because of this, Bonera became Milan’s starting right back, but when Gianluca Zambrotta, Luca Antonini and Massimo Oddo all returned from injury, he lost his starting place in the position. When Nesta once again found himself on the treatment table, however, coach Leonardo chose Bonera to fill in for him in central defence.

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