Angelo Colombo Origin/Culture/Country: Italian
Angelo Colombo: a former Italian footballer who played for Milan and was part of their European Cup victories in 1989 and 1990.
Angelo Di Livio Origin/Culture/Country: Italian
Angelo Di Livio: a former Italian football (soccer) midfielder. He was given the nicknamed soldatino (little soldier) during his playing career.Di Livio has played for Reggiana (1985-86), Nocerina (1986-87), Perugia (1987-89), Padova (1989-93), Juventus (1993-99), and Fiorentina (1999-2005). With Juventus, he won three scudetti and one Champions League title. In 2002, when AC Fiorentina went bankrupt and was re-born as Florentia Viola in Serie C2,
Angelo Domenghini Origin/Culture/Country: Italian
Angelo Domenghini: an Italian former footballer.he played for Italy in both the finals of the 1968 European Championship and 1970 World Cup. He played 164 times for Internazionale scoring 54 goals for the club. He also played for Cagliari. He ended his career in A.S. Roma.
Angelo Adamo Gregucci Origin/Culture/Country: Italian
Angelo Adamo Gregucci: an Italian football manager and former player.Gregucci started his playing career in 1981 with Taranto, before to move to Alessandria the following season, spending four seasons with the Piedmontese side. From 1986 to 1993 he played for Lazio, collecting a total of 187 Serie A appearances with the biancazzurri, being a mainstay for the Roman side. After a single season with Torino in 1993â€“94, he moved to Reggiana where he spent four seasons before to retire in 1998.
Angelo Mattea Origin/Culture/Country: Italian
Angelo Mattea: was an Italian football player and manager from SanthiÃ in the Province of Vercelli. He played club football for several clubs including Casale, which he helped to win the 1913â€“14 scudetto, and Juventus. He also played for the Italian national football team five different times scoring once.