Marco Biagianti

Birth date 14 Apr 1984 (32 years)
Nationality Italy Italy
Height 180 cm
Position Midfielder
Team history
Livorno 2013 - present
Catania 2006 - 2013
F.C. Pro Vasto 2005 - 2006
A.S.D. Chieti 2004 - 2005 (loan)
Fano Calcio 2003 - 2004 (loan)

Marco Biagianti is an Italian football player who currently features for the Italian Serie A club Catania. He plays as a midfielder.

Marco Biagianti commenced his professional club football career at Italian side Fiorentina in 2002 and played for them until 2004. He could never feature in a league match though for the Viola.

In 2004 Marco Biagianti was signed by Chieta and played for them for the 2004-2005 season, scoring one goal in 27 league matches. He played for Pro Vasto for two seasons and scored one goal in 44 league matches.

Marco Biagianti was signed by Catania in 2006.

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Biagianti was shown a yellow card after 23 minutes in Sampdoria vs Livorno -

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Biagianti was shown a yellow card after 78 minutes in Cagliari vs Livorno -

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