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Azzurri call up Giuseppe Rossi
May 11th, 2010 1:52PM

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[ITALY] Italian-American Giuseppe Rossi of Spanish club Villarreal was the only foreign-based player named to Italy's 30-player provisional squad for the World Cup.

As expected, Roma forward Luca Toni did not make the team.

Goalkeepers:
Gianluigi Buffon    Juventus
Morgan de Sanctis    Napoli
Federico Marchetti    Cagliari
Salvatore Sirigu    Palermo
Defenders:
Salvatore Bocchetti    Genoa
Leonardi Bonucci    Bari
Fabio Cannavaro    Juventus
Mattia Cassani    Palermo
Giorgio Chiellini    Juventus
Domenico Criscito    Genoa
Fabio Grosso    Juventus
Christian Maggio    Napoli
Gianluca Zambrotta    AC Milan
Midfielders:
Mauro Camoranesi    Juventus
Antonio Candreva    Juventus
Andrea Cossu    Cagliari
Daniele De Rossi    Roma
Gennaro Gattuso    AC Milan
Claudio Marchisio    Juventus
Riccardo Montolivo    Fiorentina
Angelo Palombo    Sampdoria
Simone Pepe    Udinese
Andrea Pirlo    AC Milan
Forwards:
Marco Borriello    AC Milan
Antonio Di Natale    Udinese
Alberto Gilardino    Fiorentina
Vincenzo Iaquinta    Juventus
Giampaolo Pazzini Sampdoria
Fabio Quagliarella    Napoli
Giuseppe Rossi    Villarreal



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