Massimo Borgobello (born 17 May 1971 in Sacile, Friuli) is a retired Italian footballer. He played as a forward. He played 6 games in the Serie A in the 1999/00 season for S.S.C. Venezia. In July 2005, he was banned for 5 months due to Caso Genoa. He was the 3rd best scorer of the Serie B in the 2002/03 season with 18 goals.

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  • Massimo Borgobello (born 17 May 1971 in Sacile, Friuli) is a retired Italian footballer. He played as a forward. He played 6 games in the Serie A in the 1999/00 season for S.S.C. Venezia. In July 2005, he was banned for 5 months due to Caso Genoa. He was the 3rd best scorer of the Serie B in the 2002/03 season with 18 goals. (en)
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  • Massimo Borgobello (born 17 May 1971 in Sacile, Friuli) is a retired Italian footballer. He played as a forward. He played 6 games in the Serie A in the 1999/00 season for S.S.C. Venezia. In July 2005, he was banned for 5 months due to Caso Genoa. He was the 3rd best scorer of the Serie B in the 2002/03 season with 18 goals. (en)
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