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    Davide Grassi (born 13 January 1986, in Montecchio) is an Italian professional footballer and manager, who currently works as player-manager for Aberdeen side Byron Boys Club

    Career
    Grassi began his career at youth teams of Parma, before making his professional debut in Slovenia, ending an 11-year stay with Parma. In the 2007/08 season, Grassi played for Mérida UD.

    Grassi had a successful trial with Scottish Premier League club Aberdeen and was offered a one-year deal.[citation needed] He made his debut against Motherwell in August having come on as a substitute. During a Scottish League Cup match against Dundee on 24 September 2009, he suffered a triple cheekbone fracture. Grassi was released from Aberdeen on 1 July 2010.

    Since leaving Aberdeen, Grassi signed for Sorrento Calcio in July 2010 but left Sorrento, having made three appearances.

    On 31 January 2011, he was signed by Serie B side Triestina. However, Grassi left Triestina, having made no appearance.

    Shortly after leaving Triestina, Grassi joined Belgian side Brussels, whose team in Second Division in Belgian League. Grassi made his debut for the club, on the opening game of the season on 17 August 2011, in a 1–1 draw against Oostende; two-month later on 15 October 2011, he scored his first goal in a 4–0 win over Wetteren but however, he received a red card[citation needed]. Eventually, Grassi played the next game after winning appeal, allowing him to play the next game[citation needed]. It couldn’t get worse for Grassi on the next game on 23 October 2011 when Grassi scored an own goal in a 2–2 draw against Lommel United. At Brussels, Grassi made 33 appearances, established himself in the first team.

    He signed for Scottish Premier League side Dundee on 2 August 2012, subject to international clearance. He made his debut for the club in a 2–0 loss against St Mirren on 11 August 2012. Grassi would suffer a knee injury, having an operation, and resulted from him out for six weeks Manager Barry Smith says he is not rushing for Grassi return from injury Eventually, Grassi made his return from injury in a 3–0 loss against Hibernian on 6 October 2012. After another appearance, Grassi once again suffered an injury after undergoing knee surgery again, resulted from him out for two months. In February, Grassi made a recovery from injury and back in training. Later in the season, Dundee would soon suffer relegation to Scottish Championship and Grassi would be released by the club, making thirteen appearances in total.

    After leaving Dundee, Grassi moved to Cyprus by joining Aris Limassol, subject to a medical. One year later, he signed for VfL Osnabrück.

    In 2020, Grassi took over Aberdeen Side, Byron Boys Club. On October 10th of that year due to a string of injuries, Grassi made himself available as a player and started on the bench for a game against Lewis United. He substituted himself on in the 75th minute and helped keep a clean sheet in a 1-0 victory. Grassi continued to make himself available for the first team and scored the winner in a 2-1 win over Glentanner and was named Man of the Match. Grassi scored again in a 1-1 draw vs Middlefield Wasps in another Man of the Match performance.