Richard Hall is joined by site Editor Emmet Gates and TGU regular Sam Brookes for another episode of our Calcio Castaway series.
Sam Brookes recounts a classic Derby d’Italia from the 2001/02 season, when both sides were going for the Scudetto.
Sam Brookes recalls Mancini’s sublime backheel goal against Lazio in the Derby della Capitale in November 2003.
Richard Hall and Emmet Gates break down the best and worst Bosman deals ever conducted by Italian clubs since the landmark ruling came into effect 25 years ago.
On January 3, Roma beat Sampdoria 1-0 at the Stadio Olimpico. The three points were important for the […]
Part II of our exclusive chat with former Leeds Utd and Torino left-back Tony Dorigo. The Australian tells Emmet Gates about his season with Il Granata in 1997/98.
Sam Brookes recalls a thrilling Derby della Madonnina between Inter and Milan from December 2007.
In part one of our interview with former Aston Villa, Chelsea, Leeds United and Torino left-back Tony Dorigo, he discusses his relationship with Italian football, his memories of Italia ’90, and his move to Torino in the summer of 1997.
Richard Hall and Emmet Gates sat down to pay tribute to the genius of Diego Armando Maradona, who sadly passed away on November 25th 2020.
Emmet Gates investigates whether the Fiorentina ‘Super Mario’ shirts, which have become mythical in the football collecting sphere, are legitimate, or is it someone going into business for themselves?
Richard Hall and Emmet Gates are joined by The Guardian’s Rob Smyth to discuss the legendary May 1991 clash between Inter and Sampdoria, with the Scudetto at stake.
Sam Brookes recounts the story of Gazza’s greatest goal of his spell in Serie A with Lazio, against Pescara in 1992.
There have been some beautiful kits worn in Serie B over the years. Jake Mills takes a look at which shirts make his top ten of all time.
Sam Brookes recalls Vincenzo Montella’s crucial goal for Roma against Milan in the 2000/01 season.
1991/92 saw both sides from the city of Genoa very nearly reach the top of the European mountain. They’ve never come as close again.