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.
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.
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.
There wasn’t a single empty seat. Over 41,000 people were celebrating on their feet, as a pin-point through […]
Diego Armando Maradona played in Serie A for seven years. In honour of the great man’s 60th birthday. […]
“Thank you to my sources of inspiration: Federico Fellini, Talking Heads, Martin Scorsese and Diego Armando Maradona,” professed […]
There are many brilliant stories connected to Napoli and the Stadio San Paolo. I myself have been fortunate […]
Sir Thomas Lipton: The Glaswegian Tea Magnate Who Inspired Early Italian Football Visitors to the town of West […]
In 1992, Simply Red sang Stars, while German Eurodance group, Snap! rose to prominence when they released the […]
There are few better sights in football than a striker at the peak of their powers. Scoring goals […]
TGU Calcio Castaways (E03): With Adam Summerton In the latest instalment of the series, Richard Hall asked Adam […]
May, 1990. A momentous month in the history of Calcio. The peninsula was getting ready to host an […]
Before Juventus began their 2018/19 campaign, the improbable news broke out in Turin: Cristiano Ronaldo had signed a […]
The announcement that Massimiliano Allegri and Juventus will go their separate ways was not met with the shock […]