In our latest TGU Stadium Guide entry, Parma-based writer Conor Clancy gives the rundown on life in the city, and going to the Ennio Tardini on a weekly basis.
It’s the turn of site Editor Emmet Gates to reveal his top 5 favourite shirts from the history of Italian football.
We at The Gentleman Ultra are fascinated by football shirts, especially Italian football shirts. Many of the greatest […]
Born into a footballing family in La Plata, Juan Sebastian Veron was always destined for greatness. His father, […]
If you were a Lazio fan walking to the Stadio Olimpico in the 1990s, Diego Fuser would have […]
It took the court just 10 minutes to declare Parma FC bankrupt in March 2015. It was a […]
Not content with the debate sparked by our Top 10 Azzurri kits article earlier this year, we decided to put ourselves back […]
Every now and then, we are reminded of the fragility of a footballer’s career. Of how a single […]
“Roma and Napoli had a superb campaign,” observed Juve boss Max Allegri in a press conference at the […]
“Why Asia? First of all, I went there because it was far, it gave me the impression of a place where there was still something to discover. I went there in search of “the other”, of everything I didn’t know, chasing ideas, men and stories I had only read about.”
Orson Welles once said that in this life, nobody gets justice. It’s either good luck or bad luck.
There aren’t many greater examples of a ‘complete striker’ than Hernan Crespo. Leaving River Plate and his beloved nation of Argentina to sign for Parma in 1996, his adventure as a world class striker began. Crespo scored a variety of goals, from diving headers to composed chips over goalkeepers.
Roots in many ways define us. How we are raised shapes us for the rest of our lives. […]
It is ironic to say that a league that incorporates both the United States and Canada is a […]
The day was November 19, 1995. Needing a shakeup between the posts for his side’s upcoming clash against […]