1. Roberto Baggio is the former president of the technical sector of the Italian Football Federation.
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14. When Roberto Baggio was substituted, he picked up a Fiorentina scarf thrown onto the field, a gesture which, although appreciated by his former club's fans, caused outrage among the Juventus supporters, who were initially reluctant to accept Roberto Baggio.
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22. Roberto Baggio chose to move to Parma, but the manager at the time, Carlo Ancelotti, impeded the transfer, as he did not feel Roberto Baggio would fit into his tactical plans.
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24. Roberto Baggio was nominated for the 1998 Serie A Italian Footballer of the Year and Serie A Footballer of the Year awards, losing out to Alessandro Del Piero and Ronaldo, respectively.
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27. Roberto Baggio was linked with several Serie A clubs, such as Napoli and Reggina, and various Premier League and La Liga clubs, including Barcelona.
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28. Roberto Baggio was one of the best offensive playmakers in the league, winning the Guerin d'oro Award in 2001, awarded by the Italian sports magazine Guerin Sportivo, to the player with the highest average rating throughout the season with at least 19 appearances.
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34. Under Sacchi, Roberto Baggio made his first and only starting appearance as Italy's captain in the 1994 World Cup qualifying match in Glasgow against Scotland on 18 November 1992.
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38. Roberto Baggio created several chances, but Italy were unable to equalise.
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40. Roberto Baggio was voted Italy's Player of the Century in 2000.
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48. In 2015, journalists of La Gazzetta dello Sport elected the greatest Italian player of all time, with Roberto Baggio finishing in second place behind only Gianni Rivera; in a fan poll that was organised by the newspaper, Roberto Baggio was instead voted as the greatest Italian footballer of all time, while Majid Mohamed of UEFA ranked him as the twentieth-best player ever not to have won the UEFA Champions League.
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50. In shoot-outs, Roberto Baggio converted three of four career penalties: one in the UEFA Cup with Fiorentina, and the other two with Italy at the World Cup; in World Cup shootouts, Roberto Baggio scored twice, with his only miss in 1994.
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53. On 16 October 2002, Roberto Baggio was named a Goodwill Ambassador of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Through the organisation, Roberto Baggio helped to fund hospitals, raise money for the victims of the Haiti earthquake, contribute to tackling bird flu, and was involved in the Burmese pro-democracy movement, which supported the opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and her release from prison.
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55. On 1 September 2014, Roberto Baggio took part in the "Match for Peace", which was played at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, with the proceeds being donated to charity.
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