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Giacomo Ratto was born on 19 April, 1986 in Varese, Italy, is an Italian soccer player. At 34 years old, Giacomo Ratto height is 5 ft 11 in (180.3 cm).
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|Giacomo Ratto Age||36 years old|
|Born||19 April 1986|
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Dating & Relationship status
He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Giacomo Ratto Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Giacomo Ratto worth at the age of 36 years old? Giacomo Ratto’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from Italy. We have estimated Giacomo Ratto's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2022||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2021||Pending|
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|Source of Income||Player|
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On 3rd January 2020 he signed for S.K. Victoria Wanderers for the third time in his career. Before the stop of the league caused by Covid-19 pandemic, he played 8 games achieving 3 clean sheets.
Reported to contend for Philippos Alexandreia of the Greek Gamma Ethniki in 2017, the custodian was fielded for the first time encountering Kilkisiakos which ended 0-0. Unfortunately, registration problems coupled with transfer deadline issues forced him to give up on the deal so he trained alone for several months.
Ratto returned to S.K. Victoria Wanderers in the middle of the 2017-18 season, with the team at the last place in the standings. During the remaining 14 games Ratto achieve 4 clean sheets, helping the team to reach the salvation, obtained with the victory of play-outs against Sannat Lions.
Fielded at the preseason four-side Bulawayo Football Festival by Tsholotsho of the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League in 2016, he played the tournament with the Zhwane Boys. Working toward a contract in South Africa, the goalkeeper got in touch with Cape Town-based football instructor Hendrik Pieter de Jongh who got him a six-month deal in Mongolia with Ulaanbaatar City in 2016, causing him to be the first Italian footballer in the country. Arrived in April in the Mongolian capital with the aim of winning the championship, Ratto played a good season helping the team, which in the league had some difficulties and finished in eighth place, to reach the third place in the Mongolian Cup. During the summer break he receives the opportunity to take part in the CONCACAF Champions League with Don Bosco in Haiti which fell through.
Failing to land a deal in Albania, Ratto exchanged information with Suva coach Gurjit Singh, sealing an agreement with them in spring 2015 with Spaniard Adrián Garrido Medina, but was unable to take part in the OFC Champions League in view of the fact that there were registration issues. In July of the same year he returned to Switzerland to AC Taverne, club of 2. Liga Interregional signing a 5-month contract. In October, after an injury, he terminated his contract due to non-payment of his salary.
Completing a transfer to UNAN Managua of Nicaragua in July 2014 through agent Carlos Francisco Fariñas on the recommendations of Giampaolo Gronchi of Tauro and Brian Azzopardi of Victoria Wanderers, Ratto recorded his maiden appearance when Los Universitarios were beaten by C.D. Walter Ferretti, match in which he is chosen as one of the three players in the running for the man of the match award. After his last appearance against Real Madriz, he received an offer from Khoromkhon of the Mongolian Premier League to play the AFC Cup, which caused him to split ways with UNAN, also rejecting an offer from Costa Rica. However, they were withdrawn from the AFC Cup 2015, the second-tier Asian competition, so the deal fell through.
Sending highlights packages and his resume to retired Maltese goalkeeper Mario Muscat, he arranged a move to S.K. Victoria Wanderers for him which happened in early 2013. Arrived at the end of first round, Ratto made his debut in a 3-0 second round victory over Sannat Lions and conceding three goals in his first five fieldings. He finished the season with 5 clean sheets in 11 games helping to bring the team from seventh to third place. He leaves Gozo at the end of the contract and joined the preseason at Tauro FC team of the Panamanian top league, during which he plays some friendly games before moving back to Italy for personal problems.
Ratto began playing football at the age of 8 with the US Bosto youth system, before moving to Varese Calcio at the age of 14. He then continued his career in the youths of a club that, at the time, played in Serie C, but failed to debut in the first team. He moved to Luino Calcio in 2005, where he made his senior debut in Promozione, helping the team to a second-place finish in the league and winning the play-offs. He won his first league in the following season at FC Tradate. In all the following 3 seasons he changes team, playing in Eccellenza and Promozione. In 2010 Ratto had his first experience abroad, in Switzerland at AS Castello and, later, at FC Mendrisio Stabio. In 2012 he returned to Luino Calcio, team in which he had his senior debut.
Giacomo Ratto (born 19 April 1986 in Varese, Italy) is an Italian footballer who currently plays for S.K. Victoria Wanderers of the Gozo First Division in Malta as of 2020. He is mostly known for his peregrinations through multiple countries, including Panama, Nicaragua, Fiji, Switzerland, Mongolia, Greece, Malta, and Iceland in order to pursue his football career.