|Date of birth||18-10-1968|
|Seasons in Monza||1988-1989|
|Caps and goals||33(09)|
He made his debut in Sampdoria on 14 September 1986, seventeen years old, after growing up in the Blucerchiate youth. In the 1988-1989 season he played with Monza in Serie B, then moving to Parma and Brescia, where he remained two seasons winning with 19 goals the title of top scorer Serie B in 1991-1992. He moved to Bergamo in the summer of 1992 and stayed with the Nerazzurri Atalanta shirt for three seasons. After the 1994-1995 Serie B championship he was bought by Inter, where he played two seasons scoring 13 goals in the first and 11 in the second. He also scored 10 goals in 16 games in the European cups and 3 goals in 14 games in the Italian Cup which he is entitled by right to the nickname "El segna semper lu" (in Italian "always marks him"). In the middle of the 1997-1998 season Massimo Moratti's club sold him to AC Milan's "cousins" in December 1997. one of the 5 goals with which the Rossoneri overwhelm Inter in the first leg of the Coppa Italia quarter-final derby (match won by AC Milan 5-0) .The following year he won the Scudetto under the guidance of Alberto Zaccheroni, scoring 4 goals in 20 league games, all decisive for winning the sprint title on Lazio. These included one in the victory over Parma - where the two future world champions Fabio Cannavaro and Gianluigi Buffon jumped in counter-success - and one against Sampdoria scored in the 94th minute. In December 1999, in Milan-Atalanta 3-0 of the Italian Cup, he played his last game for the Rossoneri. The desire to play constantly leads him to leave Milan to move to Venice, in the lagoon he is used more continuously, and he scores 8 goals in 19 games. He will try again the Bergamo adventure, but without the success of the first time (2000-2001, with 5 goals in 24 games). In October 2001 he passes to Fiorentina, with whom he scores 2 goals in 15 games. In 2003 he returns to play between the cadets and with 11 goals contributes to the reconquest of the Serie A of the Ancona, and in the following 2003-2004 tournament the team ends the season with an immediate relegation. After the 2004-2005 championship played in the Modena ranks, he moved to Switzerland, in the Challenge League championship, in the Lugano ranks. At 38 he returned to Italy, playing the 2006-2007 championship in the Pro Vercelli, entered in the championship of Serie C2 - group A, with which he wins the eighth place in the championship and ends his career.
In 1993 he was called up twice by Arrigo Sacchi in the national team, without however
Raised under the guidance of Marcello Lippi, who trained him several times during his youth and among professionals, and Fabio Capello, Maurizio Ganz decided to embark on his coaching career in Milan, collaborating with Milan's youth sector, first in the football school Masseroni Marchese. and then to the Aldini Bariviera.