Istvan Nyers: Inter’s prolific Hungarian

When remembering Inter’s great players, it is easy to focus on those who spent the most time with the Biscione. One Hungarian deserves to be widely recognised as being among the greats To be a record holder at a club like Inter is a difficult feat. There are so many legends that have worn blue and black down the years that the list reads like More...

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By Marco Jackson On Thursday, March 30th, 2017

Vicenza 1997: A Red Stripe on the Cup

Through the years, the Coppa Italia has seen 16 different winners. Of those 16, five clubs have their name on the trophy once In some European countries, there are three domestic tournaments; a league, an open More...

By Marco Jackson On Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

Cesena 1976: Keeping the Seahorses’ Heads Above Water

Currently in the bottom half of Serie B, Cesena are far from one of Italy’s bigger clubs. They have, however, enjoyed more successful periods in their time “History is written by the victors” is an old More...

By Luca Gunby On Sunday, March 19th, 2017

Carlo Mazzone: A life on the bench

A real icon of the Italian game who influenced Pep Guardiola turns 80 today and it’s time to pay tribute to a legend Carlo Mazzone was born in Rome on March 18 1937. He would go on to become the coach who has More...

By Conor Clancy On Friday, March 17th, 2017

Liam Brady: Italy’s greatest Irish import

When considering Serie A’s greatest overseas players, not many Irishmen will make the list. Liam Brady, however, deserves to be recognised as one of the best There are very few Irish players to arrive in More...

By Marco Jackson On Wednesday, October 5th, 2016

Italy v Spain – If at first you don’t succeed…

Until the recent past, the chief footballing difference between Italy and Spain’s footballing histories came in the form of their international sides, and the success, or lack of it they enjoyed. Both countries More...

By Marco Jackson On Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016

Bologna, Torino and the drugs ban that never was

When Bologna and Torino face off on Sunday, neither side will do so with realistic hopes of winning Serie A, yet they will be completing a fixture that more than 50 years ago ensured one of the most dramatic climaxes More...

By Anthony Zacchino On Saturday, July 9th, 2016

VIDEO: 10th anniversary of Azzurri triumph over France

It has been ten years since Fabio Grosso and the Italian national team lifted the World Cup in Berlin, beating rivals France in a dramatic shoot out 5-3. Check out the video below to relive highlights of that magical More...

By Muhammad Alif On Friday, June 3rd, 2016

Legend Of Calcio: Marcello Lippi

Marcello Lippi has become a well known figure around the football world since making his coaching debut in 1982. Muhammad Alif looks back over his illustrious career. Italy is famed for its fine food and fashion More...

By Muhammad Alif On Friday, April 29th, 2016

Legend of Calcio: Carlo Ancelotti

Carlo Ancelotti has become a household name among Italian and European football fans alike, making a positive impact at each junction of a career littered with trophies. Muhammad Alif looks back over his time in More...

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