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Katio Landi

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Katio
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Personal information
Full name Katio Landi
Date of birth 13 January 1992
Place of birth Cava De' Tirreni
Height 175 cm (5 ft 9 in)
Playing position Offensive Midfielder
Club information
Current team
CE Sabadell FC
Youth career
2006-07 SS Juve Stabia
2004-05 Virtus Junior Napoli
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2019-20 CE Sabadell FC
Jan 2019 CE Sabadell FC
2017-18 AE Prat
Set 2016 AE Prat
2014-15 SD Buelna 25 (7)
2012-13 SS Cavese 1919
2011-12 SS Cavese 1919
2010-11 L. Stabia 24 (10)
2009-10 S.A. Abate
2008-09 FC Ravenna
National team
Italia U16/17 10
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

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Katio Landi (Born 13 January 1992, in Cava De' Tirreni, Italy) is a Footballer that currently plays for CE Sabadell FC.

Career[edit]

He is an Italian footballer raised between Castellammare di Stabia and Ravenna.

After moving to his hometown, Cava De 'Tirreni, with the shirt of Cavese Calcio and after receiving many calls for the local Italian U18 representative[1], thus began his professional football career[2] in Italy and then moved to Spain in 2014[3], more precisely in Cantabria[4], purchased by the SD Buelna team[5]. This is where he began his growth path by playing in the Segunda División B, the third division of Spanish football, with 25 appearances and 7 goals.[6]

In the following season he was contracted by AE Prat[7], thus moving to Catalonia and playing two seasons with the blue-white jacket of the small airport city in the province of Barcelona.

After two seasons of ups and downs, Katio moved to the nearby but larger city of Sabadell to CE Sabadell FC,[8] a historic Spanish club with a remarkable past between the Primera Division and the Segunda Division.

Personal Life[edit]

In 2014, thanks to his arrival at Buelna, Katio was named a Talent of Southern Italy by the Milanist magazine "Penna Rossonera[9]" of ITA TV and during the first season Katio was included in the databases of the famous Football Manager gaming platform[10].

The player did not find his ideal form in the early Spanish years due to various injuries that often affected his sports performance and, in 2016, remained a "non-licensed luxury"[11] as defined by the various sports newspapers.

In 2018 he joined the FilmSports Agency and this is how he managed to be contracted by Nissan to represent the Nissan[12] Football Lab during the UEFA Champions 2019 Final in Madrid[13], he also started small collaborations with Nike and other sports brands[14].

Some curiosities were reported by the Italian journalist Davide Maddaluno and other newspapers[15], during an interview regarding the difficult situation of COVID-19[16], Katio openly stated that he had received calls for the 2020 season from Italian and Maltese clubs[17].

References[edit]

  1. Giornale, del Cilento (2010). "Convocazioni Rappresentative U18". GiornaledelCilento.it. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  2. Press, Release (2020). "Katio Landi, The Talent Never Exploded but Ready to Do It". Digital Journal. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  3. Orlando, Savarese (2014). "Una compagine spagnola ha preso Katio Landi". Tuttonocerina.com. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  4. Jorge, Paradinas (2014). "LA 'SQUADRA' ITALIANA DE BUELNA". FederacionCantabradeFutbol.com. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  5. Davide, Maddaluno (2014). "L'ex Cavese Landi approda in Spagna: Buelna nuova frontiera per i talenti nostrani". Notiziariocalcio.com.
  6. Salvatore, Alligrande (2014). "Dalla D alla Tercera Division: la parabola del metelliano Landi". IntroSport24.it. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  7. Davide, Maddaluno (2016). "Il talento metelliano Katio Landi pronto a tornare protagonista in Spagna". Notiziariodelcalcio.com.
  8. Redazione, Sport (2020). "Quarantena in Spagna per il talento metelliano Katio Landi. Ma il futuro è altrove". aSalerno.it.
  9. Vincenzo, Imbrani (2014). "Alla scoperta dei talenti del Sud Italia". Pennarossonera.itatv. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  10. Landi, Katio. "in Football Manager". Sortitoutsi.net. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  11. Davide, Maddaluno (2016). "Svincolati di lusso, Katio torna in Italia alla ricerca di un progetto ambizioso". Notiziariocalcio.com. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  12. Kurram, Rahell (2020). "Football, Players and Teams are worth less but the wealth is in young talent- Katio Landi". Zobuz. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  13. Artsport (2019). "Nuestro jugador KATIO LANDI ya tiene la Champions gracias a Nissan". Artsport Agency.
  14. Roy, Summers (2020). "Katio Landi, His Rebirth And Sponsors". Sportzweekly.com. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  15. Cristina, Mariano (2020). "KATIO LANDI, IL CAVESE TRA CALCIO IBERICO E LA VOGLIA DI RIENTRARE". Sportcampania.it. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  16. Davide, Maddaluno (2020). "Quarantena in Spagna per il talento cavese Katio. Ma il futuro è altrove". Notiziariocalcio.com. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  17. Redazione, Sport (2020). "Quarantena in Spagna per il talento metelliano Katio Landi. Ma il futuro è altrove". Salernoinweb.it. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)

External Links[edit]

  1. Katio at TuttoCalciatori.net (in Italian)
  2. Katio at Transfermarkt.it (in Italian)
  3. Katio at Besocces.es (in Spanish)


Category:AE Prat players Category:CE Sabadell FC footballers Category:Cavese 1919 players Category:Italian footballers Category:Living people Category:1992 births Category:Segunda División B players Category:Tercera División players Category:Association football midfielders Category:Ravenna F.C. players

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