Ross Kilvington examines Gli Azzurri’s struggles in the aftermath of the Superga disaster, as the 1950s became the lost decade for the Italian national side.
Part II of our exclusive chat with former Leeds Utd and Torino left-back Tony Dorigo. The Australian tells Emmet Gates about his season with Il Granata in 1997/98.
In part one of our interview with former Aston Villa, Chelsea, Leeds United and Torino left-back Tony Dorigo, he discusses his relationship with Italian football, his memories of Italia ’90, and his move to Torino in the summer of 1997.
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