Ahead of the most highly anticipated Derby della Madonnina in years, Richard Hall and Emmet Gates look at some of the players who have worn both the Nerazzurri and Rossoneri shirt down the years.
Emmet Gates talks with the former Roma, Fiorentina, Sampdoria and Lazio manager about his various spells coaching in Serie A.
In 1992, Simply Red sang Stars, while German Eurodance group, Snap! rose to prominence when they released the […]
May, 1990. A momentous month in the history of Calcio. The peninsula was getting ready to host an […]
Football is a collective sport. However, since the inception of the Golden Ball award in 1956, football circles […]
The inspiration During a recent Bank Holiday Monday clear-out of his old bedroom, TGU writer Martin Dunlop came […]
Shirt: Fiorentina (home) Season: 1988-90 Manufacturer: ABM Sponsor: Crodino/La Nazione Worn by: Roberto Baggio, Dunga, Stefano Borgonovo, Glenn […]
Origins If the word ‘staffetta’ is translated into English, it roughly means relay. The word is generally associated […]
The everlasting image of the 1994 World Cup portrays a lonely Roberto Baggio disconsolately looking down at the […]
For generations of football fans, Italy are the quintessential World Cup team. Skilful, stylish and exciting, Gli Azzurri […]
There is something inspiring about Italian football’s heyday. During the 1980s and 90s’, Serie A had it all: […]
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Many among the 70,000 crowd gathered in the San Siro released an involuntary gasp as Spanish referee Antonio […]
According to Buddha’s teachings, “it is not prayer, not grace and not sacrifice that brings redemption, but only […]
You’ve seen it so many times down the years, the same picture that’s always trotted out, regular as […]