Ravanelli recalls Andrea Fortunato: “He wanted to become the strongest in Italy. I will never forget him”

Salernitana-Juventus this evening will be the match of Andrea Fortunato. The former Juventus player born in Salerno died in April 1995 due to a form of leukemia. Today from the columns of The Gazzetta dello Sport the memory of the defender comes through the words of a former Juventus teammate, Fabrizio Ravanelli: “Andrea still lives in me – he says White pen -. We did the military together and we won a World Cup in Holland with De Sisti. […] Andrea had a very strong character, a little like Ibra: his desire to arrive could be mistaken for presumption. He wanted to become the strongest full-back in Italy. The first memory that comes to my mind? Spend evenings in your room together, with chamomile tea and a slice of tart before going to sleep. I’ll never forget it”.

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Ravanelli recalls Andrea Fortunato wanted strongest Italy forget

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