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Profile of the Argentinian footballer Lucas Orban, who currently plays as a defender at Genoa. The 27-year old player Orban joined Genoa from and wears the number 21 shirt.

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Lucas Orban : Genoa News
“He started this rout and completed it – driving in the shot that Genoa defender Lucas Orbán deflected into his own net for the opening goal, before slotting home the fifth from close range.”
 The Guardian 5 days ago
“A Lucas Orban own goal set the blueprint Irate fans set fire to two of the president’s cars earlier in the campaign.”
 The Sun 5 days ago
“At the other end of the table, returning head coach Zdenek Zeman inspired bottom side Pescara to an unforeseen 5-0 victory over Genoa. Promoted in May thanks to an own goal from Lucas Orban and strikes by Gianluca Caprari and Ahmed Benali.”
 Mirror 5 days ago
“rating : 5.3 : This was a very bad game for Genoa as they lost 5-0 to Pescara (which might lead to Juric being sacked). Lamanna did not have a good game as he conceded many goals. 2- Lucas Orban : Pescara vs Genoa: Whoscored rating: 5.”
 CalcioMercato.com 6 days ago
“At the other end of the table, returning head coach Zdenek Zeman inspired bottom side Pescara to an unforeseen 5-0 victory over Genoa. Promoted in May thanks to an own goal from Lucas Orban and strikes by Gianluca Caprari and Ahmed Benali.”
 Waterford News and Star 6 days ago
“Pescara was on fire from kickoff, Alberto Cerri forcing Lucas Orban into an own goal in the fifth minute after 49 behind Juventus and 10 adrift of fourth-from-bottom Empoli while Genoa dropped to 16th.”
 Saudi Gazette 6 days ago
“Pescara were on fire from kick-off, Alberto Cerri forcing Lucas Orban into an own goal in the fifth minute after 49 behind Juventus and 10 adrift of fourth-from-bottom Empoli while Genoa dropped to 16th.”
 AFP 6 days ago
“Zeman made sure he got his second spell at the Delfini off to a fine start, as they destroyed Genoa courtesy of an early Lucas Orban own goal, followed by Gianluca Caprari's brace and strikes from Ahmad Benali and Alberto Cerri.”
 beinsports.com 6 days ago
“Zeman made sure he got his second spell at the Delfini off to a fine start, as they destroyed Genoa courtesy of an early Lucas Orban own goal, followed by Gianluca Caprari's brace and strikes from Ahmad Benali and Alberto Cerri.”
 Soccerway 6 days ago
“Lucas Orban also accidentally scored an own goal with a dismal attempted The 5-0 hammering by Serie A’s bottom club could spell curtains for Coach Ivan Juric at Genoa.”
 Football Italia 6 days ago
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Goalkeepers
Lukas Zima Mattia Perin
Eugenio Lamanna
Defenders
Issa Cissokho Riccardo Fiamozzi
Davide Brivio Lucas Orban
Nicolas Burdisso Davide Biraschi
Santiago Gentiletti Ezequiel Munoz
Armando Izzo
Midfielders
Serge Gakpe Darko Lazovic
Lucas Ocampos Nikola Ninkovic
Diego Laxalt Edenilson
Olivier Ntcham Isaac Cofie
Luca Rigoni Miguel Veloso
Tomas Rincon
Forwards
Giovanni Simeone Goran Pandev
Leonardo Pavoletti