Gennaro Ruotolo

Gennaro Ruotolo

Gennaro Ruotolo (born March 20, 1967 in Santa Maria a Vico, Province of Caserta) is an Italian footballer who played the 2006-07 season for Sorrento Calcio in the Serie C2.

He is best known for having been a key player for Genoa for over a decade; he joined the Grifone in 1988 to leave it only in 2002 to join Livorno of Serie C1. He played for Livorno until 2006, except for a four-months time at Saudi Arabian side Al-Ittihad (February-June 2003), being part of both rosters which gained promotion to Serie B and then Serie A, and playing two top division seasons with the amaranto. He left Livorno in 2006 to join newly-promoted Serie C2 club Sorrento in a comeback to his first professional team.

In his career, Ruotolo received three call-ups for the Italian national team, all in 1991, with a single appearance, a 2-0 home win to Denmark on June 12.


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