Born in 1981, Zakardo started at the Spazia Club and became famous during his time in Palermo, joining his teammate Balzali in the 2006 World Cup squad. But he played poorly in the World Cup, scored a bizarre Oolong in the group match with the United States, and became the only player to break Buffons goal in the World Cup.
Since then, Zakardo has tossed Wolfsburg, AC Milan, Parma and other teams, but has not played steadily. Two years ago, Zakardo, 35, posted his resume on Job-hunting websites, but it was equally ineffective. On July 9, Beijing time, he retired on the day Italy won the championship.
In his career, Zakardo played 381 Serie A games, scoring 28 goals and assisting 20 times.
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