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Starting lineup - published: 05.02.19

Position First name Last name Birthplace Like Dislike
GK Hugo LLORIS Nice

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GK Salvatore SIRIGU Nuoro

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DC Alberto MASI Genoa

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DC Younes KABOUL Saint-Julien-en-Genevois

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DRC Dario DEL FABRO Alghero

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DLC Malang SARR Nice

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DRLC Andrea RAGGI La Spezia

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DRLC Fabricio CACCIATORE Turin

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DRL/MR Francesco ZAMPANO Genoa

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DRL/ML Gregorie PUEL Nice

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DL Nicola MURRU Cagliari

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DL Paolo DE CEGLIE Aosta

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DMC Benjamin ANDRE Nice

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MC Alessandro DEIOLA San Gavino Monreale

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MC Claudio MARCHISIO Turin

5

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MC Nicolo BARELLA Cagliari

1

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MC Stefano STURARO Sanremo

3

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MLC Francesco CASSATA Sarzana

0

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MRLC Adrien THOMASSON Bourg-Saint-Maurice

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MRLC Yoric RAVET Echirolles

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AMC/SS Sebastian GIOVINCO Turin

3

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AMRLC Luca RIZZO Genoa

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AMRL Federico CHIESA Genoa

2

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AMRL Jimmy CABOT Chambéry

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AMRL Morgan AMALFITANO Nice

0

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FRLC Stephen EL SHAARAWY Savona

5

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FC Alberto GILARDINO Biella

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FC Gianluca LAPADULA Turin

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FC Moise KEAN Vercelli

3

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FC Olivier GIROUD Chambery

3

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FC Pietro PELLEGRI Genoa

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FC/SS Marco SAU Sorgono

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(Today part of northwestern Italy: southeast France)
 
Unlike the communes and urban civilization in neighboring Lombardy and other northern Italian regions, feudal Savoy was more rural in its system of governance and therefore more similar to other countries of Western Europe. When the dynasty of Savoy received Sardinia in 1720, along with a royal title, the country diplomatically became the Kingdom of Sardinia. However, Piedmont, and not the primitive and sparsely populated island of Sardinia, remained the economic and political center. The most important event to determine the future of Piedmont happened near the end of the Napoleonic wars, when it gained the important port of Genoa, becoming a maritime country and an “Italian” one.
 
Since that time, Piedmont would be more oriented toward the Apennine peninsula than France or Switzerland. In fact, many Italian political exiles would move there and it would stand at the head of the failed Risorgimento in 1848, as well as play a crucial role in the creation of the Kingdom of Italy (1859-1870). Still, French was the first language of the educated classes in 19th century Piedmont, while Italian was their second language. Those who could neither read nor write spoke Piedmontese and became literate only after accepting Italian as their literary language.

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