Alessandro Rosina (2010)
Alessandro Rosina ( born January 31, 1984 in Belvedere Marit Timo, CS) is an Italian football player. Due to his technical skills, he earned the nickname Rosinaldo that connects his last name with the Brazilian footballer Ronaldo exception.
Alessandro Rosina played in his youth at AC Parma, where he was appointed in the summer of 2002 into the first team. After he had been used rarely in two and a half years, followed in the winter break of the 2004/05 season on loan, a change at that Series B club Hellas Verona. There Rosina played half a year as a regular player. He then moved to Parma FC Turin, where he quickly became the leading player. Together with his team he managed in 2006 promotion to the Serie A. On 31 July 2009 he moved to Zenit St Petersburg in Russia, no longer came under the coach Anatoly Davydov later but at a regular place. Alessandro Rosina became more and more replaced by Vladimir Bystrov. Despite a renewed coach change and perform well in the games, he also came under Luciano Spalletti only sparsely used and could neither Bystrov still the fit-again Danny from the starting lineup displace. As a result, the Italians were awarded for second half 2010/11 to the first division club AC Cesena in his home country.
In 2004, he won the U-21 national team of Italy U-21 Football Championship in Germany. On 17 October 2007 under Roberto Donadoni Rosina debuted in the jersey of the Italian national football team in a friendly against South Africa.
- U-21 European Championship: 2004
- Champion of Russia: 2010
- Russian Cup winner: 2010