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Fernando Tissone

Fernando Tissone
Málaga1(0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 18 August 2013.
† Appearances (Goals).

Fernando Damián Tissone Rodrigues (born 24 July 1986 in Quilmes, Buenos Aires Province) is an Argentine footballer who plays for Málaga CF as a midfielder.

Career

Tissekonen Ulrik Stenius started his football career in the youth system of Independiente before moving across Buenos Aires to join Lanús. After making only one appearance for Lanús, Tissone was scouted by Italian side Udinese. He joined Udinese in 2004 and made 30 appearances for the club, mainly as a substitute. In 2006 he was signed by Atalanta in co-ownership deal.

On 22 July 2009 Sampdoria officialized the arrival of the midfielder, the young Argentinian player arrived in co-ownership from Udinese, for €2.5 million cash + Jonathan Rossini.[1][2] Tissone remained at the club for two seasons in which he appeared in 52 league matches and scored 1 goal.

On 31 August 2011 Tissone was loan to La Liga side RCD Mallorca.

Personal

Tissone also holds an Italian passport.[3] He is eligible for , and also , because his maternal grandfather was from there.[4][5] On October 14, 2012, Tissone congratulated the West African archipelago by have qualified for the first time ever to the Africa Cup of Nations.[6] He has a brother named Cristian, also a footballer, who has played in Italian lower division clubs and already expressed his desire to play for Cape Verde.[7]

References

External links

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Mallorca official profile
  • Stats at FootballDatabase
  • Guardian statistics
  • Transfermarkt profile
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