Roberto Baggio didn’t want to leave Fiorentina and join Juventus, but in the summer of 1990, he did. Onur Bilgic recounts his first trip back to Florence in April 1991, and the penalty he didn’t take.
On April 1st, 2001, Roberto Baggio’s Brescia travelled to Turin to face Juventus in a game the Bianconeri had to win. They didn’t. Emmet Gates tells the story.
Sam Brookes recalls the classic encounter between Lazio and Inter just a few years ago, which sealed Inter’s place in the Champions League after a six-year absence.
On January 3, Roma beat Sampdoria 1-0 at the Stadio Olimpico. The three points were important for the […]
“Thank you to my sources of inspiration: Federico Fellini, Talking Heads, Martin Scorsese and Diego Armando Maradona,” professed […]
A Ruud Gullit masterclass, match-winning moments of magic from Marco van Basten, a personal duel between Sebastiano Rossi […]
After a brief hiatus over the summer, we are delighted to announce The Gentleman Ultra will be returning […]
It may seem like a lifetime ago that the world of calcio wasn’t dominated by a certain side […]
“Whassup?” Thanks to a popular American beer commercial, this is how we tended to greet each other at […]
Gabriel Omar Batistuta scored 200 league goals during his 13-year stint in Italy and attempting to choose his best effort is nigh-on impossible.
Alberto Zaccheroni’s Milan side swaggered into Turin for the tie of the round on match day ten of […]
Francesco Guidolin’s Bologna played host to Dino Zoff’s entertaining Lazio in week 22 of the 2000-01 Serie A […]
Week 25 of the 2007-08 Serie A season saw Italy’s top two go head-to-head as Roberto Mancini’s Inter […]
The San Siro was ready for a party on the afternoon of 28 April 1996—Fabio Capello’s Milan had […]
In October 1999, Sven Goran Eriksson’s Lazio welcomed reigning champions AC Milan to the Stadio Olimpico. The Biancocelesti […]