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Monday, April 23, 2007

Interview With Gabriel Ferrari By Yanks Abroad

Since January, the young man from New York City has been with Sampdoria of the Serie A. He has yet to make his debut, but has been on the subs bench for several games. He also played against Inter Milan in the Coppa Italia (Italian Cup) a few months ago. Giuseppe Rossi, who was born in New Jersey, is another young American who is seeing much more playing time with Parma. But Ferrari, unlike Rossi, is in the US National Team system. He may play at the U-20 World Cup this summer in Canada. Rossi is on the road to the Azzurri, and refused a call-up by then coach Bruce Arena.

Please read a very intriguing interview that appeared in Yanks Abroad. Ferrari was born and raised in New York City, but also spent some time in Brasil.

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