Italian shot stopper Vito Mannone was on the bench from start to finish as his Lorient side made it five straight wins in the league with the 2-1 win over immediate past champions Lille at home. Vito Mannone became a Lorient player this summer after his contract at fellow French team AS Monaco came to an and.
Italian shot stopper Vito Mannone was in the Sunderland squad who lost to Manchester City during the 2014 League Cup final. Manchester City sealed a third league title thanks to the comeback win over the Black Cats.
Italian goalkeeper Vito Mannone was an Arsenal player when he joined English Championship club Vito Mannone on loan in October 2010. He signed for the Tigers on a short-term loan deal until January 3, 2011.
Vito Mannone played for Hull City for the first time in a reserve game which ended 3-0 in favour of his new team and at the expense of opponents Scunthorpe. The Italian shot stopper made some excellent savea during the game to earn the clean sheet. He went on to keep another clean sheet in his competitive debut for the Tigers on November 13, 2010. With Vito Mannone in the Hull City goal, Preston North End conceded two goals without reply. Hull City won 2-0 against Preston away from home in the Championship game and the win was followed by another Championship win over Ipswich Townas Mannone kept a second successive clean sheet in the Hull City in the Championship on the occasion of his home debut. […]
AS Monaco shot stopper Vito Mannonebecame a cult hero amongst the Sunderland fans at the Stadium of Light following his transfer from Arsenal. Last week Saturday made it eight years since Vito Mannone moved to Sunderland from Arsenal. The Black Cats paid £2m to sign the goalkeeper who had moved to England from his native Italy as a teenager. Vito Mannone played 15 times for the Gunners before signing for Sunderland.
Italian shot stopper Vito Mannone was able to achieve the target of UEFA Champions League (UCL) football with AS Monaco at the end of the recently concluded league campaign in French football.
Italian shot stopper Vito Mannone signed for Arsenal as a teenager. He joined the Gunners from Italian Serie A outfit Atalanta in 2005 and the goalkeeper spent one year in the youth team before he was given his professional debut at Barnsley while he was an Arsenal loanee.While he was with the North Londoners, Vito Mannone was sent on loan to Barnsleyas pointed out above and Hull City.
Italian shot stopper Vito Mannone is determined to make most of his chance at French Ligue 1 club AS Monaco after signing for them in September 2020. The 32-year-old goal minder was at Reading in the English Championship until the summer when his contract with the Royals ended. He signed for Monaco as a free transfer and has penned a two-year deal until the end of the 2021/22 campaign.
In one of his first interviews as an AS Monaco player, Vito Mannone told reporters that he’s delighted with the opportunity to play in a new league and that he doesn’t want to misuse it. Since signing for Monaco, Vito Mannone has made two appearances in the league in the colours of the Principality club. […]
Former Arsenal goalkeeper Vito Mannone has been voted as Major League Soccer’s best goalie of the year.
The Italian has been at Minnesota United squad, on loan from Reading FC and his feats throughout the campaign period has been deemed worthy of a best keeper prize.
It wasn’t all blues for Vito though as his side lost to LA Galaxy in the MLS play-offs putting to dent an otherwise brilliant campaign for a man that has been turned in a Premier League journeyman having played for a host of teams including Arsenal, Sunderland and one which isn’t even in the top league: Reading FC.
Vito Mannone is a player that some Arsenal fans will remember as he enjoyed a brief stint at the club in the turn of the decade. The Italian stopper made his name after helping the Gunners to a 1-0 defeat at Fulham in September 2009.
Vito Mannone will most probably be wishing that most of the games for the remaining of his career should be as easy as the match he played on last Sunday when the club of Minnesota United hosted the Columbus Crew in a match that ended by a score of 1-0 to the hosts. It was mostly one-sided match for the most part of the game, with Mannone not required to make even a single save throughout the match. In spite of their dominant performance, it took Minnesota United until the 70th minute to draw the first blood, but it was a simple case of when they would score and not whether they will score.