Enzo Misuraca

Enzo Misuraca

Class of ’72, I have been involved in football since the age of seven when i received my first ever Panini football sticker album. A fan of Roma and still shudder to this day at the thought of Bruce Grobbelaar and his ‘elastic legs’ during the1984 European Cup final penalty shootout. Oh and i think I love La Nazionale more than i love my wife (only joking sweetie….). As an FA Qualified football coach I manage a regional senior team in Hertfordshire, UK. Hung up my own playing boots in 2010, but still turn out for an over 35s team…I just cant help myself. Follow me on @enzom_fif

By Enzo Misuraca On Wednesday, March 30th, 2016
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Five things learned from Italy’s defeat to Germany

On Tuesday evening at the Allianz Arena, Germany swept aside a makeshift Italy team, defeating the Azzurri 4-1 in Antonio Conte’s last real test ahead of the European Championships in France this summer. After a More...

By Enzo Misuraca On Monday, March 28th, 2016
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Top 10 Nastiest Serie A Players

The days of teams turning up to play football with the express purpose of enjoying themselves and putting on a show for an adoring public is unfortunately a thing of a bygone era. The necessity to win at all costs More...

By Enzo Misuraca On Monday, March 21st, 2016
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Five things we learned from Round 30 of Serie A

Round 30 of the Serie A season produced a glut of goals, some unexpected scorelines and a record-breaking performance from Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon. Napoli came from behind to beat Genoa 3-1 whilst More...

By Enzo Misuraca On Tuesday, March 15th, 2016
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Five Things We Learned From Round 29 Of Serie A

Round 29 of the Serie A season was another heady mix of fantastic finishes, courageous comebacks and exciting entertainment. The Juventus machine won again, as Paulo Dybala curled in the winner against Sassuolo More...

By Enzo Misuraca On Monday, March 7th, 2016
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Five Things We Learned From Round 28 Of Serie A

Round 28 of the Serie A season was once again a smorgasbord of exciting action laced with recrimination and adulation. Sassuolo continued their incredible season with a superb 2-0 victory over what had been a resurgent More...

By Enzo Misuraca On Tuesday, March 1st, 2016
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Five Things We Learned From Round 27 Of Serie A

Round 27 of the Serie A season produced the usual mix of great goals, shock scorelines and fantastic football. Sampdoria eased their relegation worries slightly by defeating fellow strugglers Frosinone 2-0 at More...

By Enzo Misuraca On Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016
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Five Things We Learned From Round 26 Of Serie A

Round 26 of the Serie A season produced the usual mix of cracking goals, incredible scorelines and fantastic football. Roberto Donadoni’s Bologna proved that the Juventus winning machine can be stopped, as More...

By Enzo Misuraca On Monday, February 15th, 2016
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Five Things We Learned From Round 25 Of Serie A

The latest round of Serie A featured the tie of the season, as Juventus took on and defeated leaders Napoli to hit the summit of the Italian league table for the first time this campaign. Their 15th consecutive More...

By Enzo Misuraca On Monday, February 8th, 2016
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Five things we learned from round 24 of Serie A

The latest installment of Serie A fixtures produced the usual mix of upset, elation, spills and a six-goal thrill as the race for the championship title continues unabated between leaders Napoli and the chasing More...

By Enzo Misuraca On Wednesday, October 7th, 2015
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Video: Napoli’s goalscorer announcer – this is how to celebrate a goal!

Atmosphere is vital at any football match whether it be part of the spectacle or as a way of motivating the players and supporters in the ground. So, imagine the feeling when 60,000 crazy Partenopei fans chant your More...