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Flavio Portaluppi

Flavio Portaluppi became Olimpia's president for the 2014/15 season. Nicknamed Lupo, he was born in Milano on March 2, 1971 and is an authentic Olimpia product both as a player and executive. In 2015 he returned to his old post as club's general manager. HIS CAREER - Raised as a player in Olimpia youth system (he won three championships, with three different age-groups), Flavio made his debut in Serie A in 1989, at a very young age. After a couple of seasons in Arese, in 1992 he returned to Olimpia and stayed there for a decade. He was part of the Italian League championship team in 1996 when the coach was Boscia Tanjevic. He also won the Italy Cup during the same season. In 1993 he helped his team winning the Korac Cup under coach Mike D'Antoni. Portaluppi was also a member of the Italian National Team who won the silver medal at the Mediterranean Games in 1997. After leaving Milano, he spent the last segment of his playing career in Castelletto Ticino and the in Cremona where he finished his playing career and began his managing career. During the 2009/10 season he was the Olimpia team manager working under former general manager Gianluca Pascucci. He left the organization to take the general managing job in Cremona for two more seasons. And now, he's where he belongs. In the 2013/14 season he finished in third place in the Lega's voting for the best manager in the league, to go along his first championship as an executive. As a general manager he has won three Italian Leagues, two Italy Cups and two Supercups. NOTES - Totally he played 400 Italian League games scoring 4.233 points... He's Olimpia's all-time second best three-point shooter...

Alberto Rossini

Alberto Rossini has been named Olimpia's team manager in the summer of 2015 returning to the club after two years. For two seasons he was an assistant coach under Sergio Scariolo. As a team manager, he's won the Italian League in 2016 and 2018, two Italy Cups and two Supercups. HIA CAREER - He's been a terrific point guard playing for Treviglio, Cantù, Rome, Jesi where he finished his stellar career. In Cantù he won a Korac Cup in 1991 and had his best years earning a spot in the Italian national team (he won the Mediterranean Games and he also played the World Championship in Argentina, in 1990). In Jesi he won the Legadue Italian Cup. With his playing days over he started a coaching career in Jesi, moved to Milano and back to Jesi before finally coaching Veroli in Legadue. Now he's Olimpia's team manager.

Alessandro Barenghi

Alessandro Barenghi, ex portiere di calcio, è alla quarta stagione come "equipment manager" del club. In queste vesti ha vinto due scudetti, due Coppe Italia e una Supercoppa.

Gianluca Solani

Gianluca Solani came to Olimpia in 1984 as a leader in the youth field. In 1985/86 he became an assistant referee, a role he still plays in the league and in the Euroleague. In 2005/06 he made a brief reappearance in the youth sector as manager of the under 21 team that won the national title. But his role has always been tied to the arbitration world. Of all the people currently in Olympia, Solani is the one with the oldest militia in the white club with whom he won six championships, five Coppa Italia, one Super Cup, one Korac Cup, one Intercontinental Cup and two Champions Cups.