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Giuseppe Bellusci was born on 21 August, 1989 in Trebisacce, Italy, is an Italian professional footballer. At 31 years old, Giuseppe Bellusci height is 6 ft 0 in (185.0 cm).

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Giuseppe Bellusci Age 33 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 21 August 1989
Birthday 21 August
Birthplace Trebisacce, Italy
Nationality Italy

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Following Palermo's bankruptcy, on 25 July 2019 he signed a 3-year contract with Monza.


On 6 June 2017, with Leeds United beginning pre-season under new head coach Thomas Christiansen, it was announced that Bellusci was seeking a transfer away from Leeds and would not return to the club for the start of pre-season after being granted extra leave to find a new club. On 5 July, after being unable to find a new club, Bellusci returned to the side and played for Leeds in their first pre-season friendly in a 4–2 win against Harrogate Town.

On 8 July 2017, Bellusci was booed by the travelling Leeds fans in their 5–1 pre-season victory over Guiseley, after being substituted at half time, Bellusci was embroiled in an argument when walking past the Leeds support who were chanting him to leave the club. Bellusci later tweeted "Fortunately in this world we have the children to set an example to the adults!"

After new head coach Thomas Christiansen revealed Bellusci would not be part of his plans, on 18 July 2017, Leeds announced the termination of Bellusci's contract by mutual consent.

On 30 July 2017, Bellusci signed for Serie B side Palermo signing a 3-year contract with the club.


On 1 July 2016, with Bellusci missing the beginning of pre-season for Leeds United for 'personal reasons', he returned to Italy, joining Serie A side Empoli on loan for the 2016/17 season with the option of a permanent deal. He made his Empoli debut against Udinese on 28 August in a 2–0 defeat. On 12 September, Bellusci scored the winner for Empoli in their Serie A game against Crotone in a 2–1 victory. Empoli were relegated to Serie B with Bellusci playing 33 games for the side.


On 22 December, Bellusci was charged by The FA on an allegation of using racist language towards Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome during the teams' 1–1 draw on 21 October; Bellusci and Leeds United denied the allegations. On 7 February 2015, at an FA hearing, Bellusci was found 'not guilty', as he had threatened Jerome in Italian to give him a black eye, with the word nero being misheard.

On 18 April 2015, Bellusci was one of six Massimo Cellino signings (alongside Mirco Antenucci, Marco Silvestri, Souleymane Doukara, Dario Del Fabro, Edgar Çani) who controversially pulled out of the squad with an 'injury' the day before a 2–1 loss against Charlton Athletic.

On 2 May 2015, Bellusci's free-kick against Bournemouth was nominated for Leeds United's goal of the season at the official end of 2014–15 season awards ceremony, but lost out to eventual winner Rudy Austin's volleyed goal against Watford.

On 2 July 2015, Bellusci's agent Silvio Pagliari revealed that Bellusci and Antenucci would be staying at Leeds and that owner Massimo Cellino said both players were going to be important players for the 2015/16 season.

On 27 September 2015, Bellusci scored an own goal for Leeds in a 3–0 defeat to Middlesbrough at the Riverside. On 7 January 2016, Leeds manager Steve Evans revealed that the club had rejected two bids from overseas sides for Bellusci and that he wanted to keep him at the club.

Bellusci remained absent from the final 3 Leeds squads of the 2015/16 season named by Steve Evans.


On 12 August 2014, Bellusci signed a one-year loan deal with the option of a permanent deal with English club Leeds United. His debut was delayed due to the Italian bank holiday of Ferragosto on 15 August, leading to international clearance not arriving in time for the following day's fixture against Middlesbrough. On 21 August 2014, the player signed a permanent deal with Leeds United until June 2018, for a fee of around £1.6 million.

On 23 August, Bellusci made his Leeds debut against Watford in a 4–1 defeat at Vicarage Road, with Bellusci giving away a penalty and earning a straight red card on his debut. Bellusci made his home debut at Elland Road on his return from suspension on 30 August against Bolton Wanderers. He scored his first goal in England on 16 September 2014 with a free-kick against Bournemouth in a 3–1 win. On 4 October, Bellusci equalised with a left-footed volley in a 1–1 draw against Sheffield Wednesday.


During the 2013–14 season, Catania were relegated to Serie B after finishing third from bottom.

On 20 January, Bellusci was given a straight red card when he gave away a penalty against Bournemouth, however pictures showed the foul to be outside the box, Bournemouth striker Yann Kermorgant missed the resulting penalty to earn Leeds a 1–0 victory. The red card was Bellusci's second red card of the season which resulted in an automatic two-match ban.

Bellusci's costly error against Rotherham United led to a red card for goalkeeper Marco Silvestri and resulted in Bellusci playing the rest of the match in goal for Leeds, with Evans' side out of substitutions, Bellusci was also unable to save the resulting penalty in a 2–1 defeat. In the following game, Bellusci gave away an injury time penalty which was converted by Q.P.R. player Tjaronn Chery.


In his first season with Catania, Bellusci made 11 first team appearances, also earning one red card. Bellusci played for the club's junior squad as well during his first season, helping them to the semi-finals of the youth tournament. The defender helped his club during two campaigns, which included two 13th-place finishes in the table and a record points' total in the Serie A for the club, in three consecutive seasons.


After helping avoid relegation under manager Diego Simeone during the 2010–11 season, following the sale of Matías Silvestre to island rivals, Palermo in August 2011, Bellusci was promoted to the club's starting XI, alongside Nicolás Spolli and Nicola Legrottaglie, by the new coach Vincenzo Montella. He remained a key member of the first team under Rolando Maran during the 2012–13 Serie A season and is part of a record-breaking Catania outfit that had picked up 56 points from 38 Serie A matches. This performance saw the club also break its record number of home victories in a single season, its record number of victories overall in a single top- flight campaign, as well as its record points total in Serie A for the fifth consecutive season


On 25 June 2009, it was confirmed that Bellusci had signed a contract with Serie A side Catania. In part exchange, they gave Ascoli 50% of the contracts of both striker, Vito Falconieri and wing-back, Marcello Gazzola.

On 25 March 2009, he made his debut with the Italy U-21 squad in a friendly match against Austria. Bellusci played with future Italy internationals such as Mario Balotelli and Andrea Ranocchia during his time with the under-21 team.


Bellusci returned to the youth squad and made just two Serie B appearances the following season. In 2008, he was officially promoted to the senior squad and since then, Bellusci had made over 40 appearances for the club and began to attract interest from several big clubs in Italy.


After spending his youth career within the junior ranks at Ascoli, Bellusci began to earn call-ups to the club's first team in 2006. He made his debut in Serie A with Ascoli at the age of just 17, in the 2006–07 season. Bellusci made three appearances that season for his club, but Ascoli failed to avoid relegation.


Giuseppe Bellusci (born 21 August 1989) is an Italian professional footballer who plays as a centre-back for Monza. He is a former Italy U21 international.