Alessandro Rosina, hole in one from football



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Alessandro Rosina, hole in one from football

From football to golf, and it is immediately "hole in one" From feats on the green rectangle to those on the "green" Alessandro Rosina, former footballer (among others from Parma and Turin) with a presence in the national team, at the Margara Golf Club in Fubine Monferrato (Alessandria), during the Pro-Am that anticipated the Ladies Italian Open, made a hole in one to 15 (par 3, from 166 meters).

"It was a special day, where I signed my first hole in one", Rosina told ANSA. For a passion, that of golf, born three years ago.

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"It's a wonderful sport - he added - which is played on beautiful fields"

After an important career, football is now in the background for Rosina. "I follow him a little, I took a break but Taurus is always in my heart. I live there, my grown-up son plays football and I try to follow him constantly.

But in recent years I have understood even more the meaning and importance of family. and I try to give the right importance to football " Alessandro Rosina (Belvedere Marittimo, 31 January 1984) is a former Italian footballer, with a midfielder role.

Produced by the Parma youth teams, in 2005 he moved to Turin, establishing himself in the role of attacking midfielder, so much so that in 2007 he was called up for the first and only time with the senior national team, after having played 3 European Under-21 Championships (winning the 2004 edition).

During his experience with the grenade he was nicknamed Rosinaldo, becoming the symbolic player of Torino. In 2009 he moved to Russia, to Zenit, where despite being coached by compatriot Luciano Spalletti, he is often relegated to the bench.

After a couple of seasons he returns to Italy, playing between A and B with the shirts of Siena, Catania, Bari and Salernitana. He was left handed attacking midfielder, very gifted technically, he could play both as a winger, on both flanks, and as a second striker.