FERRARI RELEASED BY FC WOHLEN
RECAPS
EXTRA TIME
YA POLL
How will the USMNT perform in the Copa América?
3 and out, baby!
Quarterfinal heartbreak
Reach the semis, but can't take the next step
Loss in the final - it's the 2009 Confed Cup all over again!
Champions on home soil!
JAMIE HILL - Sunday, January 16, 2011
Italian-American forward Gabriel Ferrari has been released by FC Wohlen.

Wohlen announced Ferrari's departure on their website as the club prepares for the second half of the season.

Ferrari made four appearances in the second-tier Swiss Challenge League, scoring a consolation goal in a 4-1 drubbing at Chiasso.

The former U-20 and New York Red Bull Academy forward first made waves by signing with Italian Serie A club Sampdoria.

After making his debut in the Coppa Italia to much fanfare, he never again appeared for the Genoa club.

Prior to signing with Wohlen, the New York City native had experience on loan in Italy's Lega Pro Prima Divizione with Perugia, Foggia, and Ternana.
Mike E.
Monday January 24, 2011 8:52 pm
Name is Ferrari, looks like GMC Denali. Gabe, come back to the states. The Chicago Fire could use you to protect Johnson and Dykstra.
Lorenzo
Tuesday January 18, 2011 10:40 pm
At this point, he'd be lucky to get signed by an MLS team let alone play. Perhaps he could get a dev. contract with NYRB and play in the reserve matches.

Hard to tell if he can be a pro or not. Physically very strong and pretty fast, not a bad touch, brings the ball down well. But his resume is pretty bad.
Mike
Monday January 17, 2011 9:46 pm
Come home Gabriel, fine tune your skills in MLS for a few of seasons.
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