World Cup winner and former AC Milan defender Cristian Zaccardo is determined to find a club and he is using LinkedIn to do so.

Zaccardo was part of the Italy team who lifted the World Cup trophy aloft in 2006 but the 35-year-old is currently without a team.

The Italian veteran played for Vicenza last season but he was unable to prevent relegation from Serie B.

And Zaccardo has now turned to LinkedIn – a professional networking service that allows job seekers to post their CVs online – as he looks to prolong his career.

“I cancelled the contract that tied me to the Vicenza until June 2018 … I’m currently a free soccer player,” Zaccardo wrote in English and Italian on the social media site.

“I’m still good physically I could play two more years at high levels … who will take me to make a deal … Serious professional soccer player and strong!!!”

Zaccardo earned 17 international caps for Italy, three of those coming at the 2006 World Cup.

During his career, Zaccardo has also played for Bologna, Palermo, Wolfsburg – where he won the Bundesliga in 2008-09 – Parma and Carpi.

Full Disclaimer: This article is aggregated from a 3rd party website. We do not own this content. We just syndicate it. Please help support original source/author. Click to visit their site. Thanks

soccer news

This content is aggregated from A news blog for soccer with comprehensive coverage of all the major leagues in Europe, as well as MLS in the United States. In addition they offer breaking news for transfers and transfer rumors, ticket sales, betting tips and offers, match previews, and in-depth editorials. Please take a minute to check them out. Thanks

View all posts

Add comment

Your email address will not be published.