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Alessandro Milesi (Soccer player)

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Alessandro Milesi (born December 21, 1999) is a soccer player who currently plays as a midfielder for Miami FC in the National Independent Soccer Association (NISA).

CAREER[edit | edit source]

Alessandro was born in Lima (Peru) to Italian parents and has lived most of his life in the United States. Consequently, he holds Peruvian, Italian and American nationality.

He spent two years with the U-19 of Brescia Calcio (Italy) and before that with other youth teams in Peru and USA. During the ’18/’19 season, coaches David Suazo and Eugenio Corini incorporated Milesi into training permanently with Brescia Serie B Team, playing in various friendlies and being called up for 2 consecutive Serie B matches against Benevento and Cremonese.

In February 2019, he was loaned to Sicula Leonzio in Serie C, making two appearances against Vibonese and Casertana. In September 2019, he signed with Miami FC to join the newly formed National Independent Soccer Association (NISA). He debuted against Stumptown Athletic entering the field at minute 75 and then played as a starter in the home match against Atlanta FC.

INTERNATIONAL CAREER[edit | edit source]

Alessandro Milesi is a part of the Peru U-20 soccer team, with which he participated in the 2019 U-20 South American Soccer Championship. He was also a member of the U-15 Peruvian National Team where he won the gold medal in the Men's Olympic Youth Soccer at the 2014 Nanking Youth Olympic Games.

Throughout his career with the U-20 team, Milesi was a part of the “sparring” team that flew to Russia with the Peruvian National Senior Team for the 2018 World Cup in Moscow.

In January 2016, while playing in the US, Milesi was called up for a U-18 US Men´s National Team camp held in Florida.

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. riservati, GoalSicilia-Tutti i diritti (February 17, 2019). "Sicula Leonzio-Vibonese: 2-0 il finale-Il tabellino". GoalSicilia.it - Le squadre del calcio in Sicilia e non solo...
  2. riservati, GoalSicilia-Tutti i diritti (May 5, 2019). "Sicula Leonzio-Casertana: 0-3 il finale-Il tabellino". GoalSicilia.it - Le squadre del calcio in Sicilia e non solo...
  3. S.p.A, Società Editrice Athesis. "Brescia, doppio botto finale: ecco Martella e Rodriguez". Bresciaoggi.it.
  4. "Calcio Sicula Leonzio, Esposito e Milesi approdano in bianconero: saluta Sainz-Maza". Siracusa News. February 1, 2019.
  5. "UFFICIALE: Sicula Leonzio, dal Brescia arriva Milesi". www.tuttomercatoweb.com.
  6. "Un italiano al Sub20, Milesi: "Vi racconto la mia vita in giro per il mondo"". gianlucadimarzio.com.
  7. Bocón, Redacción El (February 4, 2019). "Defensor de la Sub20 de Ahmed jugará en la Tercera División de Italia". El Bocón.
  8. "Selección peruana: Alessandro Milesi fue fichado por Sicula Leonzio". libero.pe. February 2, 2019.
  9. Futbolperuano.com, Redacción (February 2, 2019). "Seleccionado Sub-20 jugará en el fútbol italiano". Futbolperuano.com.

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