|Date of birth||22-12-1945|
|Seasons in Monza||1977-1978|
|Caps and goals||31|
He began to play in the team of the oratory of Albiate (the A.S.D. Azzurra Oratorio Albiate), immediately in the role of goalkeeper, having as reference points Ghezzi and Gilmar; However, his football career began with the youth team from Lecco where he moved to Novara in Serie C1. With the Piedmontese team he obtained promotion to Serie B at the end of the 1969-70 championship where he played for another two years. Picked up by Novara in Serie B by the president of Lazio Umberto Lenzini, initially he was greeted with skepticism by the biancolesti fans mainly because in the victorious cadet championship of 1971-72 Lazio scored 5 goals for its future goalkeeper (the matches ended 5-2 for the Lazio with a goal by Giorgio Chinaglia among others). Pulici, however, immediately won the mistrust by becoming the goalkeeper of Tommaso Maestrelli's new Lazio just back in the major series. For five years he defended the door without ever missing a game, participating in the historic victory in the 1973-74 championship. Sold in October 1978 to Monza, he was the goalkeeper of Ascoli for three years in Serie A. In 1982 he returned to Lazio for one season, after which he retired from the world of football.
Graduated in law, he still works as a lawyer. He was twice responsible for the Lazio youth sector; the first from 1994 to 1998 and the second from 2003 to 2004. Manager of Lazio under the presidency of Sergio Cragnotti, Pulici, the only one accused of the Lazio house, was sentenced to 6 months of inhibition in the trial for the passport scandal in relation to the position of Juan Sebastian Veron. Wanted by the new president Claudio Lotito as a member of the general secretariat of the S.S. Lazio in 2005, in 2006 was one of the lawyers who represented the biancoceleste club in the football process of Calciopoli. In August 2006 he was entrusted with the sporting representation of the club, by the president of Lazio Lotito who was inhibited by this role for the next two years. In fact, Pulici will act as President of Lazio, given that he will have to sign the contracts or provide for membership cards. As a first act in this capacity, Pulici announced the company's intention to abandon the appeal to the Regional Administrative Court for the penalty imposed on the Roman team in relation to the facts contested during the sporting process. On December 19, 2006 he returned to Ascoli as General Manager of the Marche team.