How Italy’s fastest soccer player became a world icon

Football’s slowest player is fastening on to a new fame, but he has a long way to go to win the hearts of his countrymen.

Italy’s Lazio striker, Gianluigi Donnarumma, is on course to become the fastest player in the world.

A former world football champion and world number one, Donnarampi has become an international superstar.

He was one of three finalists for the 2015 FIFA World Player of the Year award.

Donnarampo is not the first player to make it to the top of the world rankings.

But he is the first to claim the honour.

He has already won the coveted title of world’s fastest player and has already broken records in a number of categories.

He is one of the most successful players in Italy, having won five Serie A titles and five Coppa Italia trophies.

He is also Italy’s top scorer and is also the club’s all-time top scorer.

His career has been a success story and he has earned a lot of recognition.

He has won the most Serie A and Coppa italia trophies, including the Golden Boot in 2013.

The world is now watching Lazio as the first world football sensation.

He plays on the field for Lazio against the Juventus, Milan and Napoli teams.

His name is also synonymous with the Italian flag.

Lazio also won the Champions League last season.

In a video posted on his Instagram page, Donarampi said: “Thank you to everyone who has supported me.

The love you all have shown me over the years has been the greatest gift.”

In the video, he is seen smiling and posing with his football team, including goalkeeper Gianluisi Gaudu and striker Giorgio Chiellini.

The video also features his football club and his father, Lazio legend Alessandro Donnarumsi, the former Juventus defender who played for the club until his death in 2013 at the age of 89.

“Thank you all for supporting me,” Donnarampsi said.

“I want to express my gratitude to my family and my fans for this wonderful support.”

Donnarampsio, who turns 22 in January, has won 10 Serie A title titles and six Coppa and Champions Leagues.

He scored more than 100 goals in his career.

He has been nicknamed ‘the future of football’ by some because of his extraordinary talents.

Donnaramasi has been linked to a move to Real Madrid, Barcelona and even the US.

“I know there will be a lot more pressure,” he said.

“The biggest goal is to continue to develop as a footballer and achieve things that no one can.

This will always be the most important goal.

I can always look back and see my successes and my achievements.”

Lazio, one of Italy’s smallest clubs, has just five players under 21.

The club is led by Alessandro Diamanti, a former Roma striker who was the club captain in 2016.

Diamant, who was born in Naples, is a former defender at Udinese and Inter Milan. 

“I am proud to represent Lazio, the most famous club in Italy,” he told the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera.

“It is my goal to achieve my dream of being a player in Italy.” 

Donnaramaso said he had always wanted to play professionally, but it had been a long road.

“When I was a little boy, I played in a youth team for the local club and I always dreamed of playing at the highest level,” he recalled.

“Then I came to Italy and it was a different life.

It was the right time to come here.””

But then I decided to come to Italy because I love it.

It was the right time to come here.”

Donarampsi was a player for the Lazio club between the ages of 15 and 16.

He played for six years in Serie A, including in the final of the league last season, and also scored two goals in the Champions Trophy final.

The World Cup is his fourth World Cup.

His compatriot, Alessandro Del Piero, won the competition in 2018 and won the European Golden Boot award.

The 28-year-old is also one of five Italian players who were named in the FIFA World Team of the Century in 2019.

He also won a World Cup for Italy in 2013 and he was the youngest player to play in the tournament.