- Dec 31, 2008
World Cup winning left-back for Italy, who is arguably one of the greatest to ever play the position. Following three impressive seasons with Cremonese and Atalanta respectively, Cabrini earned a move to the giants of Italian football Juventus, where he would go on to spend the next 13 years from 1976-1989, winning a respectable six Scudetti and The European Cup, UEFA Cup, Intercontinental Cup, UEFA Supercup along the way. Nicknamed ‘Bell’Antonio’ due to his good looks whilst on the field, he earned his first cap for the Azzurri in the 1978 World Cup group stage, when the Italians squared off against France. From there, he would go on to become an integral part of the squad for many years to come, making 73 appearances and scoring on nine occasions – a record for a defender – over his nine year career. Went on to coach the lower levels in Italy, before a brief stint with Syria that came to an end in 2008.