Category: Italy

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Roy Hodgson On Fulham, Inter Milan And International Management

Roy Hodgson On Fulham, Inter Milan And International Management

An interview with Roy Hodgson, by Callum McFadden for WFi. During your career in football - which we will come to shortly - you have learned to s [...]
A Brief Footballing History Of Parmalat

A Brief Footballing History Of Parmalat

By Steve Johnson. Parmalat's origins began in 1961 when Calisto Tanzi opened a humble dairy shop in Parma, a city in the north of Italy situated in [...]
Maurizio Sarri – From Bank Teller To Manager Of Lazio

Maurizio Sarri – From Bank Teller To Manager Of Lazio

By Jerry Mancini. Lazio’s season was yet to begin however there had already been many twists and turns. First came the departure of ex-Lazio man [...]
Lucas Leiva – The Underrated Defensive Midfielder

Lucas Leiva – The Underrated Defensive Midfielder

By Jerry Mancini. It has been an illustrious career for Brazilian midfielder Lucas Leiva, who has overcome several hurdles along the way. He sta [...]
Reaction: Lorenzo Insigne Swaps Napoli For Toronto

Reaction: Lorenzo Insigne Swaps Napoli For Toronto

By Alan Feehely. Naples and Toronto are two very different cities. The former is intense, chaotic and dripping in manic energy. The latter is modern, [...]
Gianluca Lapadula – Peru’s Unlikely Hero

Gianluca Lapadula – Peru’s Unlikely Hero

By Mike Rice. Claudio Pizarro. Jefferson Farfan. Paolo Guerrero. Peruvians have been lucky to have high-quality forward players in the national team [...]
Conspiracy Theorists Rejoice! You Were Right About Juventus

Conspiracy Theorists Rejoice! You Were Right About Juventus

Sort of... By Richard Kharman. When news broke from a New York Times article that Juventus were among a number of Italian clubs being investigated [...]
Kelly Chiavaro’s Journey To Becoming A Pro Goalkeeper For Napoli Femminile

Kelly Chiavaro’s Journey To Becoming A Pro Goalkeeper For Napoli Femminile

By Jerry Mancini. There are many footballers in North America whose aim is to have the opportunity to play outside the region, but the goal of play [...]
Talented Ruslan Malinovskyi Could Be Ukraine’s Difference-Maker

Talented Ruslan Malinovskyi Could Be Ukraine’s Difference-Maker

By Adam Pate of UkrFut24. Earlier this year, I was interviewed on Sky Sports News ahead of the Ukraine versus England quarter-final match at Euro 2 [...]
Italy: One Of England’s Favourite Football Nations Stops By For Apt Euro 2020 Final

Italy: One Of England’s Favourite Football Nations Stops By For Apt Euro 2020 Final

By James Nalton. A lot of what defines the outlook of modern English football can be traced back to the nineties. The hosting of Euro '96 and the c [...]
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