Andrea Pisanu a former renown Italian football player joined Balzan FC as an assistant coach to Jacques Scerri.
As football player, in February 2001, Andrea Pisanu joined Hellas Verona FC from hometown club Cagliari Calcio.
In June 2002 Verona acquired Pisanu outright from Cagliari. In January 2004 Pisanu left for Varese.
In mid-2004 Pisanu joined Serie A club Parma FC. During his 5½ years stay he played an average of 15 games per seasons.
In January 2010 he joined Bologna in a direct swap with Francesco Valiani.
In June 2011 Parma acquired Valiani outright and Pisanu jointed Bologna outright.
In August 2011 Pisanu joined Prato. While with Prato the midfielder had a fine season scoring 11 goals in 23 matches in the Third Division.
In the following season he returned to Bologna. On 3 January 2013, Bologna signed an agreement with Montreal Impact in MLS to loan Pisanu to the Canadian club. In January 2014 Pisanu returned to Prato, as well as in August 2014 to came to Malta where he spent one year at Sliema Wanderers from 2014 to 2015.
In 2016, following the end of his career as a player, Andrea Pisanu was appointed as the coach of Malta Division One team Melita FC.