|Anglo-Italian Cup in 1994|
AC Milan, Juventus, Inter Milan,
Roma, Lazio, Torino, Napoli, Fiorentina,
Sampdoria, Geona, Bologna, Parma, Udinese.
This is my selection of a 25 member all-time team for Brescia Calcio. The number 25 was chosen because it is the official squad size for the Champions' League.
Andrea Pirlo started as an attack midfielder with Inter Milan without success before becoming a regista. He redefined the regista role in the modern game. He had 116 caps. He won the World Cup in 2006 and took Italy to the Final of Euro 2012. For his club career, he was known for his career with AC Milan. He played over 280 matches for them, winning two Champions' League titles. He switched to Juventus late in his career.
At the club level, Pep Guardiola won a Champions' League with Barcelona in 1992. It was Barcelona's first ever European Cup. He was their captain from 1997 to 2001. He also played for Brescia and Roma in Italy, Al-Ahli in Qatar, and Dorados de Sinaloa in Mexico. He was capped 47 times for Spain, winning the Olympic Gold Medal in 1992, and later appeared at the 1994 World Cup and Euro 2000. He also played friendly matches for Catalonia.
Robert Baggio was the icon of the 1990's. He was the World Player of the Year, the Ballon d'Or winner and the World Soccer Player of the Year in 1993. He led Italy to reach the semifinal at 1990 World Cup Finals in Italy and then, to a second place four years later in the USA. For club football, he started his career with Fiorentina. He became the most expensive player in the world when he joined Juventus. He also played for AC Milan, Bologna, Inter Milan and Brescia.
|Virginio De Paoli|
Perazzolo played for Padova and Fiorentina before moving to Genoa, where he spent most of his career. He also played for Brescia and Siracusa. For Italy, he had 8 caps between 1936 and 1939. He won the World Cup in 1938. He was a starter in their final warm up before the World Cup Finals in 1938, but Pietro Serantoni became the starter in the Finals. He would win another six caps with the national team.