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Alessandro Iacobucci was born on 3 June, 1991 in Pescara, Italy, is an Italian footballer. At 29 years old, Alessandro Iacobucci height is 6 ft 1 in (187.0 cm).
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|Age||29 years old|
|Born||3 June 1991|
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Alessandro Iacobucci Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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On 7 August 2018, Iacobucci signed with Frosinone.
In June 2012 Parma signed Andrea Rossi (€1.8M), Iacobucci (€1.7M) and Giuseppe Pacini (€0.5M) from Siena and sold Manuel Coppola (€1.6M), Alberto Galuppo (€1.7M) and Abdou Doumbia (€0.5M) to Siena, in July Siena also signed Paolo Hernán Dellafiore (€1.8M) and sold Gonçalo Brandão (€1.6M) to Parma, made the 8-men swap deal a pure swap without involvement of cash.
On 28 June 2012 Iacobucci was signed by Spezia Calcio in temporary deal. That season Spezia had also signed Stefano Okaka, Raffaele Schiavi, Mário Rui from Parma, Parma half-owned players Lorenzo Crisetig (also from Inter), Matteo Mandorlini (also from Brescia) and Siena player Agostino Garofalo. On 31 January 2013, a pre-set price was insert into the temporary contract of Iacobucci. The co-ownership was also terminated ca. January 2013 for a peppercorn fee of €500. The loan of Iacobucci (€100,000) and Gianluca Musacci (€400,000) had cost Spezia €500,000 but Parma also gave performance subsidy (Italian: premi di valorizzazione) of €200,000 to Spezia for Musacci.
In 2012–13 season he played twice for U21 "B", won Malta U21 5–0 and a goalless draw with Russian First League Selection. In both matches Iacobucci was the first choice in the first half; he was replaced by Alessandro Berardi at half-time and Elia Bastianoni in the 81st minute respectively.
In July 2011 he left for Italian third division club South Tyrol, ahead Michał Miśkiewicz as first choice. With the arrival of Iacobucci, South Tyrol also sold its first choice of 2010–11 season, Davide Zomer to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione.
In 2011–12 season he was the regular member of Italy U20 team at 2011–12 Four Nations Tournament. He only missed the last round which played by Mattia Perin. He also played against Ghana, a unofficial match against Italy U-21 Serie B for charity, against Macedonia and Denmark.
After the bankrupt of Mantova, he was automatically released. In July 2010 he was signed by Serie B club Siena. He was one of the backup of Ferdinando Coppola in the first team and as the first choice in the "spring" under-20 team, ahead Richard Gabriel Marcone. Iacobucci made his debut in round 42 (last round), after the team certainly promoted back to Serie A. He replaced Simone Farelli in the second half.
In 2010–11 he was selected to the feeder team of U-21, the Italy under-21 Serie B representative team. He played once, against Serbian First League Selection.
Iacobucci received his first U-19 call-up in August 2009, from Massimo Piscedda. However, he did not entered the squad to the friendly match in September. In November, he received a call-up to a goalkeeper training camp from Antonio Rocca. In December, he returned to U19 team for a training camp. He was the backup of Simone Colombi in March 2010 against Germany.
Born in Pescara, Abruzzo, Iacobucci started his career at home province club Renato Curi Angolana (located at Città Sant'Angelo, the Province of Pescara). He joined Serie B club Mantova in 2007 in temporary deal, rejoining former Curi Angolana team-mate Alberto Creati.
Alessandro Iacobucci (born 3 June 1991) is an Italian footballer who currently plays as a goalkeeper for Serie B side Frosinone.