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Alessandro Faiolhe Amantino
Date of birth August 1, 1980 (1980-08-01) (age 29)

Place of birth Ipatinga, Brazil

Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)

Playing position Winger

Club information

Current club Milan

Number 30

Youth career 1997

Senior career*

Years Team

1999–2000 Atlético Mineiro

2000–2001 Portuguesa

2001 São Caetano

2002 Atlético Mineiro

2003 Venezia

2003–2008 Roma

2008– Internazionale

2010– ? Milan (loan)

National team

1999–2000 Brazil U-23

2004–2008 Brazil

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 1 February 2010.

He was signed by Serie B side Venezia in January 2003. During that time he struggled to adapt to Italian football, and was criticised by the Venezia manager for his errors, and for his habit of controlling the ball with the outside of his foot, which in Italy is considered unconventional.

Mancini only made 13 appearances for Venezia that season. In summer 2003 he left for Roma following the departure of his countryman Cafu to Milan on free transfer.
[edit] Roma

Having lost Cafu, Roma needed a replacement at right-back, but with his early performances in Italy being far from convincing, many Roma fans were sceptical about his ability. However, the then-manager Fabio Capello gave the Brazilian a chance, and Mancini went on to complete an outstanding first season in Serie A, the highlight being a spectacular backheel flick from a set piece in the Derby della Capitale against Lazio.

For the next 2005-06 season began to find his top form, once again becoming a key player for the Roma side. Following the Calciopoli scandal, Roma qualified for the UEFA Champions League, giving Mancini the chance to play at the highest level of club football.

In the UEFA Champions League 2006-07, Mancini left his mark with fabulous goal against Olympique Lyonnais, dazzling Lyon defender Anthony Réveillère with several stepovers before firing the ball high into the net, sending the Giallorossi into the quarter finals.

That same year, Mancini also celebrated his first silverware since arriving in Italy as Roma won the Coppa Italia, beating Internazionale in the final.

In the 2007-08 season, Mancini scored eight league goals as Roma reached the quarter finals of the Champions League and finished as runners-up in Serie A for the second year running. He did not have the best of seasons though, in what would prove to be his last in Rome.
[edit] Internazionale

After the appointment of Jose Mourinho, Mancini was signed by Internazionale for €13Malong with Ricardo Quaresma and Sulley Muntari in his maiden season. (Although Mancini was a long desire target of Massimo Moratti and ex-coach Roberto Mancini).

However, to date he has failed to become a first team regular due to his lack of consistency.
[edit] Milan

On 1 February 2010, he moved to local fierce rivals A.C. Milan, on loan for the remainder of the 2009–10 season, with an option for the Rossoneri to acquire half of the player's rights at the end of the loan spell