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.
Richard Hall is joined by site Editor Emmet Gates and TGU regular Sam Brookes for another episode of our Calcio Castaway series.
Sam Brookes recalls a thrilling Derby della Madonnina between Inter and Milan from December 2007.
There wasn’t a single empty seat. Over 41,000 people were celebrating on their feet, as a pin-point through […]
Following the publication of our Serie A team of the 1980s and 1990s articles, it was only natural […]
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The Maestro exhales, his wooden chair creaking back and forth as he finally takes a seat. The sun […]
Carlo Ancelotti once said: “Pirlo spots a pass in a split-second that lesser players could spend a whole […]
For generations of football fans, Italy are the quintessential World Cup team. Skilful, stylish and exciting, Gli Azzurri […]
It is the summer of 2000 and the height of Serie A’s spending power. Inter have just signed […]
What’s your favourite Italy jersey? The question sounds simple, but the answer, and the thought process involved in […]
Juventus are a strange anomaly among the traditional footballing giants of Europe. This is a club whose fans […]