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Gaetano Caridi began his career in 1998 with Reggina Calcio, where he made his professional debut. He went on to play for several other Italian clubs, including Piacenza, Brescia, and Catania. He also had a brief stint in the English Premier League with West Ham United in 2004. Caridi retired from professional football in 2011, after a season with Serie B side Grosseto. During his career, he made over 200 appearances in the Italian top flight, scoring 11 goals. Caridi is currently the head coach of the Italian Serie D side, Reggio Calabria. He is also a UEFA Pro License holder.
|43 years old
|22 July, 1980
|Reggio Calabria, Italy
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In January 2013 he signed an 18-month contract with Cremonese; since the summer of 2014 he returned to the military in the Mantova.
In July 2010 he completed his move to Tuscan Serie B team U.S. Grosseto F.C.. Caridi played his first match in pre-season friendly on 22 July. On 13 July 2012, Caridi joined newly promoted Serie B club F.C. Pro Vercelli 1892 on a free transfer.
In 2004–05 Mantova earned promotion to Serie B at their first attempt, with Caridi helping to create many of the goals with his technique and vision, as well as scoring 10 goals. In their first season in Serie B Caridi was moved up as a deep lying striker, a role more similar to the likes of Gianfranco Zola. Mantova finish fourth, losing a third consecutive promotion on playoffs to Torino, and Caridi scored 14 league goals in the process. In 2006–07 Caridi confirmed his qualities, scoring an impressive 11 goals in 35 matches, many of them coming from direct free kicks. He was nicknamed "Don Tano" by Mantova fans due to his Southern Italy origins.
The 2002–03 season proved to be a turning point for the 22-year-old Caridi. He agreed to sign for free with Mantova and proved instrumental to make telling passes as Mantova came close to promotion. In 2003–04 Caridi made 32 appearances, scoring 8 goals as Mantova earned promotion to Serie C1.
After 15 league matches played for Alzano in the first half of the 2001–02 season, he was signed by Serie C2 side Mantova in January 2002 after suggestion by then-head coach Roberto Boninsegna.
Caridi began his career playing for minor Tuscan club Pontedera. He made his debut with the then-Serie C2 club in 1999, aged 19, playing 22 matches and scoring four goals. He then earned a move to promotion chasing Serie C1 side Alzano Virescit, where he made 15 appearances before being loaned to Avellino in January 2001. With the biancoverdi, he played 10 matches scoring three goals before returning at Alzano.
Gaetano Caridi (born 22 July 1980) in Reggio Calabria, is an Italian retired footballer who played as a midfielder. He is currently the assistant manager of F.C. Pro Vercelli 1892.