Alessandro Orlando (born June 1, 1970 in Udine) is a retired Italian professional football player, who played a defender. A quick, energetic, and dynamic offensive left-back, with a powerful shot and good technique, he excelled at providing long passes and crosses to forwards and at making attacking runs down the flank. Despite his offensive prowess, he was inconsistent at times, however, and was less effective defensively, as he often struggled in one on one situations with forwards. A predominantly left-footed player, he was also an accurate free-kick taker.

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  • Ha collezionato un palmarès di tutto rispetto (una Champions League, due scudetti, due Coppe Italia e due Supercoppe di Lega) con diverse formazioni, anche se essenzialmente come rincalzo. È uno dei 6 calciatori (gli altri sono Giovanni Ferrari, Riccardo Toros, Eraldo Mancin, Roberto Baggio e Andrea Pirlo) ad avere vinto due scudetti consecutivi con due squadre diverse. Ha complessivamente collezionato in carriera 102 presenze e 1 rete in Serie A, e 104 presenze e 5 reti in Serie B. (it)
  • Alessandro Orlando (Udine, 1 de junho de 1970) é um ex-futebolista profissional italiano que atuava como defensor. (pt)
  • Alessandro Orlando (born June 1, 1970 in Udine) is a retired Italian professional football player, who played a defender. A quick, energetic, and dynamic offensive left-back, with a powerful shot and good technique, he excelled at providing long passes and crosses to forwards and at making attacking runs down the flank. Despite his offensive prowess, he was inconsistent at times, however, and was less effective defensively, as he often struggled in one on one situations with forwards. A predominantly left-footed player, he was also an accurate free-kick taker. Although he was often a reserve player at Milan and Juventus, Orlando is one of the six players to win the Serie A title in two successive years with different clubs, winning the 1993–94 Serie A title with Milan, and the 1994–95 Serie A title with Juventus; the other five are Giovanni Ferrari, Riccardo Toros, Eraldo Mancin, Roberto Baggio, and Andrea Pirlo. (en)
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  • Ha collezionato un palmarès di tutto rispetto (una Champions League, due scudetti, due Coppe Italia e due Supercoppe di Lega) con diverse formazioni, anche se essenzialmente come rincalzo. È uno dei 6 calciatori (gli altri sono Giovanni Ferrari, Riccardo Toros, Eraldo Mancin, Roberto Baggio e Andrea Pirlo) ad avere vinto due scudetti consecutivi con due squadre diverse. Ha complessivamente collezionato in carriera 102 presenze e 1 rete in Serie A, e 104 presenze e 5 reti in Serie B. (it)
  • Alessandro Orlando (Udine, 1 de junho de 1970) é um ex-futebolista profissional italiano que atuava como defensor. (pt)
  • Alessandro Orlando (born June 1, 1970 in Udine) is a retired Italian professional football player, who played a defender. A quick, energetic, and dynamic offensive left-back, with a powerful shot and good technique, he excelled at providing long passes and crosses to forwards and at making attacking runs down the flank. Despite his offensive prowess, he was inconsistent at times, however, and was less effective defensively, as he often struggled in one on one situations with forwards. A predominantly left-footed player, he was also an accurate free-kick taker. (en)
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