Paolo Montero - Director
Montero was born in Montevideo, Uruguay, on September 3, 1971 into a footballing family.
As a professional, Montero played for Peñarol and Atalanta prior to joining Juventus in 1996.
It was here that he achieved great success with the club, winning four scudetti with the Turin club, which he left in 2005.
After his tenure at Juventus, he moved to Argentinian club San Lorenzo.
Montero also captained his country in their bid to qualify for the 2006 FIFA World Cup and also played the World FIFA Cup 2002.
He played in the Uruguayan National Football Team for ten years.
In 2006, offers came in from clubs such as Olympiakos; however, Paolo chose to go to his personal childhood club (and where he began his career), Uruguayan Peñarol.
Paolo Montero reportedly retired in late May 2007 after attending a team training session in order to say goodbye to his teammates.
-(1990-91) – CLUB ATLETICO PEÑAROL (URUGUAY)
-(1992-96) – ATALANTA (ITALY)
-(1996-2005) – JUVENTUS (ITALY)
-(2005-2006) – SAN LORENZO DE ALMAGRO (ARGENTINA)
-(2006-07) – CLUB ATLETICO PEÑAROL (URUGUAY9
-(1997) – ITALIAN SUPER CUP (JUVENTUS)
-(2002) – ITALIAN SUPER CUP (JUVENTUS)
-(1997) – SERIE A "SCUDETTO" (JUVENTUS)
-(1998) – SERIE A "SCUDETTO" (JUVENTUS)
-(2002) – SERIE A "SCUDETTO" (JUVENTUS)
-(2002) - ITALIAN CUP (Finalist) (JUVENTUS)
-(2003) – SERIE A "SCUDETTO" (JUVENTUS)
-(2003) - CHAMPION LEAGUE (Finalist) (JUVENTUS)
-(1996) – INTERCONTINENTAL CUP (JUVENTUS)
-(1996) – EUROPENA SUPERCUP (JUVENTUS)