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Filippo Ranocchia

Midfielder, Defensive Midfielder (Centre) M, DM (C) - Palermo

Recent Matches & Performances

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Next match

The next match which Filippo Ranocchia's team, Palermo, are involved in. This includes the date and location of the fixture.

16:30 -
11 Aug, 2024 at Stadio Ennio Tardini
Coppa Italia

About Filippo Ranocchia

Who is Filippo Ranocchia?

Filippo Ranocchia is 23-years-old, born on 14 May 2001, and is a both-footed professional football player from Italy. Born in Perugia, Filippo Ranocchia has also played in Serie A for Empoli, in Serie A for Monza, in Serie A for Juventus, in Serie B for Vicenza and in Serie B for Perugia. He currently plays as a Midfielder, Defensive Midfielder (Centre) in Serie B for club Palermo.

What are Filippo Ranocchia's last performances?

One of his best performances from last period, was the match against Napoli, played on 12 November 2023 in Serie A (Regular Season). Filippo Ranocchia received a match rating from FC of 6.7 for his performance and Empoli won the match with a score of 0-1.

Other exemplary match performances of Filippo Ranocchia in this period were:
Empoli - Inter (0-1), played on 24 September 2023 for the Serie A (Regular Season). He received a match rating of 6.4.
Frosinone - Empoli (2-1), played on 06 November 2023 for the Serie A (Regular Season). He received a match rating of 6.3.

One of his least good performances was the match against Genoa, played on 02 December 2023 in Serie A (Regular Season). Filippo Ranocchia received a match rating from FC of 5.7 for his performance and the match ended with a score of 1-1.

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