Graziano Pell is an Italian expert footballer who plays as a striker for Italy national team and English club Southampton.
Born in San Cesario di Lecce, Pelle was begun playing for U.S Lecce youth teams, winning 2 titles of Campionata Primavera and the Cappa Italia Primavera 2002. He made his Serie A debut on January 11, 2004 in 1-2 home defeat against Bologna F.C 1909, making a full of 2 attendances in the season.
In the summer took part in the FIFA World Youth Championship 2005 with the under-20 team, scoring 4 goals in a final quarterfinal, and returned to Lecce for 2005-06 campaign, again to the second vision, and winter transfer window, now to F.C. Crotone.
In 2006-07 Pelle was yet again loaned to a stage 2 club, this time A.C Cesena where he had a remarkable year with 10.
Pelle scored 4 goals for Italy under-20 at the FIFA World Cup championship 2005 in the Netherlands, including a brace in their 4-1 group level with over Canada. He also netted a plus-time equalister for 2-2 draw with Morocco, and changed in the penalty shootout which his team defeats nonetheless.
Pelle received a call-up to the U21 Italian side at the UEFA European 2007 Under-21 Football tournament where he collected 3 appearances, all as a substitute. In the 5th position playoff game against Portugal, he got the primary penalty kick in the shootout victory, with a Paneka penalty style. The success saved Italy the final Western spot at the Olympic Games 2008 in Beijing.
Meet Vilktoria Varga, Graziano Pelle girlfriend (Italian soccer player).
Actually from Gyor Hungary, Vilktoria is a fashion model who has worked with various world modeling firms including Look Models, Exte Management and Free Faces. Varga and her Italian boyfriend have done a cover image shoot combine for Life Magazine.
The gorgeous couple are reportedly dating for 2 years now.
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