Birth date 23 Sep 1976 (43 years)
Nationality Colombia Colombia
Position Midfielder
Team history
Uniautónoma FC 2012
Atlético Huila 2012
Juan Aurich 2010 - 2011
Atlético Junior 2009
Club Deportivo Los Millonarios 2009
Club Deportivo Los Millonarios 2006 - 2008
Once Caldas 2008
Deportivo de Cali 2005 - 2006
Deportes Tolima 2002 - 2004
Deportes Tolima 2001
Atlético Junior 2001
Deportivo Pasto 2000
Deportes Quindío 2000
Deportes Tolima 1998 - 1999
Atlético Bucaramanga 1996 - 1997
Deportivo Pereira 1993 - 1995

Ricardo Ciciliano is a professional footballer from Colombia who plays as a midfielder. Ciciliano began his playing career way back in 1993. His first club was Deportivo Pereira in the Colombian league. After two seasons at Pereira, Ciciliano moved to Atletico Bucaramanga where he spent another 2 seasons of his career.

In 1998, Ciciliano moved to Deportes Tolima for two seasons before signing up with Deportivo Pasto in 2000. In the same season, Ciciliano was sent out to Deportes Quindio where he saw out the remainder of the season. The following year, Ciciliano was back at Deportes Tolima before going out to Atletico Junior in the same season.

After ending 2001 with Atletico Junior, Ciciliano returned to Deportes Tolima and stayed on for three seasons. In 2003, he was an integral cog in the Tolima wheel that crossed the finish line of the 2003 – II – Copa Mustang in first place. At the end of 2004, Ciciliano moved to Deportivo Cali and took the success mantra with him as Cali, then, went on to win the 2005 edition of the Copa Mustang. This was Ciciliano’s third title after the 1993 Under-17 South American Championship.

His successful tenure with Deportivo Cali came to an end in 2006 and Colombian giants Millonarios decide to pounce on him. Despite leading the scoring at the Copa Sudamericana in 2007, Ciciliano’s 16 goals from midfield in 65 games couldn’t bring any silverware to the club and in 2008, he moved on to Once Caldas.

In 2009, after an event-less season with Once Caldas, Ciciliano moved to Atletico Junior again before sealing a move back to Millonarios for the remainder of the 2009 season. He finished the season with 3 goals from 18 games, again being asked to move at the end of the season.

Ciciliano made his way to Juan Aurich in 2010.

Playing for Millonarios, in November 2006, against Independiente Medellin, with five minutes to go, Millonarios got their goalkeeper, Jose Cuadrado, sent off. Without any substitute keeper on the bench, to protect their 1-0 lead, Millonarios decided to put Ciciliano in goal. The midfielder made a perfect save of the resultant penalty kick, handing Millonarios a memorable win and a major highlight for his career.

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