Christian Scarlato is a former Italian professional footballer who plays for Marino in Eccellenza. He played in the Serie B for the Italian national youth teams, he joined Teramo on 16 July 2003 along with Jacopo Mariscoli. After several loan, he joined Acireale in co-ownership deal in 2005, valued a nominal fee of €500. Since 2008 -- 09 season he played in Serie Eccellenza Lazio teams, he joined hometown club Formia in October 2010. In December, he joined Marino, he signed by Serie B team Grosseto on 10 August 2009 but released along with Gianluca Toscano. He capped for Italy youth teams in friendly matches, he capped for Italy under-15 team, at that time the feeder team of Italy U-16 team. He played for U-17 team and U-20 team in various tournament, likes in the Four Nations Tournament. Serie D: 2010 Christian Scarlato at TuttoCalciatori.net Serie D career at LaSerieD.com FIGC
Take The Ball Pass The Ball is a 2018 Spanish documentary film, released on 9 November 2018 and directed by Duncan McMath. The film focuses on FC Barcelona's success under manager Pep Guardiola from 2008 to 2012 where the team won a total of 14 trophies; the film is based on the book Barça: The Making of the Greatest Team in the World by football journalist Graham Hunter. The documentary features interviews and analysis from players, coaches and journalists along with match footages; the film documents Barcelona's 2010–11 UEFA Champions League triumph, the intense rivalry with Real Madrid and coach José Mourinho, Eric Abidal's comeback from cancer to play football again, the influence of Johan Cryuff on Barcelona and its style of play where the club won its first European trophy, the making of Lionel Messi, the days under manager Frank Rijkaard and appointment of Pep Guardiola as manager and the final season under Guardiola when he announced his departure from the club. The documentary ends with an interview with Guardiola who gives his views on his four years at Barcelona.