Urban Žibert didn’t last long without Italy: the experienced midfielder returned to the Apennine Peninsula after only half a season in Austria
In the second part of last season he played in Austria for Allerheiligen ( Rok Kronaveter and Rok Sirk left for Allerheiligen in the summer), but Urban Žibert apparently missed Italy too much, where he spent most of his career. And now he is back there; on the Apennine peninsula. The experienced former Slovenian national youth player, 31 years old, has agreed a deal with the club SC Caronnese, which plays in the local fifth league.
“I am very happy to have come to Caronness. I was completely convinced by the project presented to me by the club’s management and I decided to come here with a clear purpose – to help the club achieve the best possible results. I really like Italian football, which is more organised than the one played in Austria. In this respect, I feel Italian. Now I can’t wait for it to start for real,” said Urban Žibert on his arrival in Caronno Pertusella, a town in Lombardy.
The midfielder was last a member of Vibonese in Italy, before which he played for Mantova, Reggina, Bisceglie, Juve Stabio, Akragas, Monopoli, Bassano and Triestina. Urban Žibert has played the most games for our neighbours in Serie C, with more than 300 appearances in this competition. That’s why he should be an important reinforcement for his new club…
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