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.
The incredible story of how Fabio Quagliarella grew to become one of Serie A’s top strikers before a […]
If Italian football was a Trivial Pursuit category, Paolo Poggi would feature prominently among the answers. The scorer […]
At Udine, the video tapes were beginning to pour in. A talented teenager, wiry but tenacious, had caught […]
Loyalty. In today’s game, no one really knows what the word means. Is it loyalty to a club? […]
In the 1997-98 season Oliver Bierhoff became capocannoniere in Serie A. An under-rated forward playing for an unfashionable team made […]
Zico, or Arthur Antunes Coimbra, was born on 3 March 1953 in Rio. He became known throughout the […]