Forward Bruno Fornaroli
- Height 175cm
- Weight 68kg
- D.O.B. 7/9/87
- Born Salto
Nicknamed El Tuna - or 'The Prickly Pear' - Fornaroli began his career at Uruguayan club Nacional, starring in the club's youth ranks alongside Barcelona's Luis Suarez, while he also represented Uruguay at under-17 level in 2003.
The striker's breakout season came during his first senior campaign with Nacional in 2008, with Fornaroli scoring on 17 occasions in 37 appearances across the Uruguayan Primera Division and Copa Libertadores.
Following interest from Europe, Fornaroli completed spells for Serie A side Sampdoria and Greek Super League outfit Panathinaikos before returning to Uruguay to link up with most recent club Danubio FC.
Hyundai A-League 2017/18
Fornaroli: It’s amazing to be back
The silver lining to Saturday night’s loss to Sydney came in the 64th minute as Bruno Fornaroli made his first competitive appearance in almost six months, making his return from a serious ankle injury. The period on the sidelines has been an emotional rollercoaster for the Ur
Bruno takes over Twitter!
City forward Bruno Fornaroli is on the road to recovery and while he spends his time away from the pitch on match day, he’ll be taking over Twitter during our match against Western Sydney. Bruno will be providing behind the scenes content and live tweeting the match on Sunday
Training Update: Five day break for first team
Melbourne City’s first team will take a premeditated five-day break from pre-season training to recover from the first seven weeks of training load. City commenced pre-season training on June 19, on the day the Club unveiled Warren Joyce as its new Head Coach. Since then, C