Campagnaro – Hugo Campagnaro started his career in 1998 at
If my memory is still working, Campagnaro played on the right side of a back trio in
Andreolli – Marco Andreolli is a former Inter youth player coming home about 2 years after I thought it was going to happen. 2.5 years ago, it was rumored that Inter had acquired half of his card and was going to get the other half in the summer of that year. It never happened and there was some doubt that Inter ever had that half of his rights. But Marco’s story with Inter starts further back than that.
Inter acquired his rights in 2003 and in 2005, when he was 18, he was part of the senior team under Mancini. By 2007, after 2 injury troubled years he was included in the deal with Roma that brought Chivu to Inter. Three more injury troubled seasons that included 2 loans later and he was sold to Chievo for a very small amount, but for the life of me I have no idea how much as I kind of lost track of Marco after a while. At Chievo Marco got the most Serie A playing time of his career until last season when it seemed as though he was surplus to requirements. This summer Inter got him back in house on a free.
At the time, when it looked like Andreolli was being groomed under Mancini, I thought he looked like he had incredible potential, but he injuries worried me. The injury problem continued in Roma, where it looked like they really believed in him – but just couldn’t make it work. I thought he was playing well in Chievo, but I don’t know what happened to cause the rift there.
From what I remember of him, and it’s not really too much, I recall him being an Italian defender – not so great with the feet, strong, tall and willing go in strong on the tackle.