Drew Farmer

Drew Farmer

Born and raised in USA, I've spent much of the last six years living in South Korea, England, Hungary, Qatar and now back to England. My first memories of soccer was playing at the age of 5, but I didn't see my first match on TV until six years later. That was the 1994 World Cup, and I've been hooked ever since. I gained my England FA coaching certificate and coached at the youth level in England and Hungary while working in education. I am the Forza Italian Football Genoa correspondent, at least until they are relegated to Serie B. Forza Grifone! Drew Farmer can be found on Twitter @Calciofarmer.

Clarence Seedorf
By Drew Farmer On Thursday, April 24th, 2014
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AC Milan and Seedorf showing signs of life

In discussing AC Milan’s recent run of results, one could use the much overused cliché ‘they’re beating the teams put in front of them’ to describe their last five matches. That cliché More...

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By Drew Farmer On Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014
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Genoa Club Focus: Cruising to the end of the season

There is no doubt Genoa are cruising into their summer vacation and the club’s last four matches are proof the club have their minds not entirely on the games at hand. Over the course of their last four matches, More...

Bonaventura - Atalanta
By Drew Farmer On Friday, April 11th, 2014
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Serie A’s four-way battle for the Europa League

Though Atalanta lost to Sassuolo on Sunday afternoon, La Dea had entered the game as Serie A’s hottest team. Despite crashing back down to earth 2-0, Atalanta had looked the better side through much of the More...

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By Drew Farmer On Thursday, April 3rd, 2014
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Genoa Club Focus: Comfortable place to be

Genoa are currently in a position the club haven’t been in for quite some time. The Grifone are in a comfortable spot as the team sit in thirteenth place currently. With seven games to play Genoa are 14 points More...

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By Drew Farmer On Friday, March 14th, 2014
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Genoa Club Focus: Undone by two penalties

Genoa’s four match unbeaten run finally came to an end at the hands of the mighty Chievo Verona. Chievo received two penalties on the day, including one in second half stoppage time. That penalty was given More...

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By Drew Farmer On Thursday, March 6th, 2014
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Genoa Club Focus: Second half success

Since the turn of the year Genoa have played nine matches securing 15 points in that time. The Grifone have only lost twice since January 1 and continue to be one of the better teams in Serie A. At the moment, Genoa More...

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By Drew Farmer On Wednesday, March 5th, 2014
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Podcast: Juventus Club Focus

Juventus have spent the past two months tracking USA youth international and Sporting KC starlet Erik Palmer-Brown, and it looks like the Bianconeri have nearly gotten their man. With that in mind, the Club Focus More...

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By Drew Farmer On Sunday, February 23rd, 2014
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Genoa Club Focus: ‘Gila and Fatz’ to the rescue

Genoa picked up their seventh draw of the season last Sunday with an unforgettable come from behind performance against a Udinese at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris. The Bianconeri completely capitulated in the second More...

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By Drew Farmer On Wednesday, February 5th, 2014
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Genoa Club Focus: Derby Toils

Two goals ruled out for offsides, rightfully, and a sensational one-two by Maxi Lopez and Eder gave Sampdoria the edge in the second Derby della Lanterna of the season. Giving Lopez credit, it was a brilliant goal More...

Anderson Fiorentina
By Drew Farmer On Friday, January 31st, 2014
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Fiorentina unveil new signing

Fiorentina unveiled their latest loan signing Anderson on Thursday with the Brazilian expressing his delight with the move. The midfielder is on loan from English Barclay’s Premier League side Manchester United More...

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