Friday Nov 24, 2017  
  10/11/2011: Di Vaio: "My father made me love Lazio"
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Marco Di Vaio was born in Rome and started his career at Lazio, but it is in the city of Bologna he is a true hero. In his three seasons at the club Di Vaio has scored 56 goals in Serie A and will most likely finish his career with the Rossobl├╣. The striker told to Sky Sport 24 about how he became a Lazio fan and his idols while growing up:

"As a child, I went with my father to watch Lazio play. I was lucky enough to see Bruno Giordano who has always been an icon for Lazio. Still, my biggest idol is Giuseppe Signori. When I played in the Primavera he was the one I looked up to. I also got a autographed ball from him. Now I am also finishing my career at Bologna, just like him."

(Eivind Ytreland)
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