CIRO FERRARA SPECIAL ADVISOR
Ciro is a reputed expert of football, with a wide range experience gained as a player, a coach and, currently, a sport analyst advising clubs and tv broadcasters.
Ciro spent his playing career as a defender, initially at Napoli and later at Juventus, winning seven total Serie A titles as well as other domestic and international trophies and representing Italy at the 1988 Summer Olympics, at two UEFA European Championships, in 1988 and 2000, and at the 1990 World Cup. As a manager he coached Juventus, Sampdoria, Italy national under-21 team and, as assistant coach to Marcello Lippi, he won the 2006 FIFA World Cup with Italy's senior team.
With his fellow Neapolitan friend and former defensive teammate Fabio Cannavaro, Ciro established a charity foundation, Fondazione Cannavaro Ferrara, specialising in the procurement of cancer research equipment and surgery for special cases of cancer.