Cristina Gasperini is a wife of Gian Piero Gasperini. Her spouse is a former player and is a football manager managing the Italian side Atalanta.
They have two children, Davide and Andrea. She works at school.
About Her Husband
Her husband, Gian Piero, is a football coach and former player. He joined the club as a player at the age of nine. His playing career started with the Juventus Youth System.
He retired in 1993 as a player and became a coach in 1994 from the same club where he started.
Currently, he is a manager of Atalanta.
Her husband, Gian, is 65 years old.
Her husband Gian's net worth is estimated to be $5 million.
Gian Talked About His Players
Gian said Mario Pasalaic has been a great player since joining the club.
He mentioned they needed a left-side player, so they bought Mitchel Bakker.
He said Sead Kolasinac was a free agent, so they also got him on their team as one of the top players.
He added Sead was assigned to a role more suited to right-footed player.
He shared Ademola Lookman is a player with pace and gets shots off quickly.
He said his teamwork could have been improved, but his performance last season was surprising.
Gian Shared His Thoughts About Raffaele Palladino
Raffaele is a young coach who coaches Serie A club Monza. Raffaele is former player he once coached by Gian.
Gian said that he knew Raffalele was doing a great job as head coach at Primavera.
He said he had met him a few times when he came to Zingonia.
He shared he had seen his ideas, and all of them were good, and he said he was well prepared.
He mentioned with his hard work and dedication, he got a step up from Primavera level and was promoted to head coach of Monza in 2022.
He said he was showing on the pitch what he was capable of. He added he made the right choice by staying at Monza.
He said he could level up his game more and take another step.
Lesser Known Facts About Gian
He was born in 1958. His birthday falls on January 26.
He began his coaching career in 1994, working at the youth level.
He started his playing career at Juventus Turin in 1976.
He spent most of his career with Serie B and did not have much success as a player.
He was voted as the best coach in 2021 for two consecutive years.
He is known for his fluid 3-4-3 structure and stunning high-risk, hyper-offensive, possession-based coaching style.
He took over as head coach of US Palermo but was fired in 2013 after nine league games without a win.
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