Luca Toni’s career has taken him across leagues, countries and to a World Cup – But one thing that has always been constant is goals, writes Philip Greene.
Posts Tagged ‘Italy’
Alan Moore’s latest column includes an update on Fabio Capello and his financial woes as Russia’s national team coach.
Gareth Bland revisits Italy’s 1978 World cup campaign and the revolutionary work of coach Enzo Bearzot.
Blair Newman discusses England’s forthcoming friendly versus Italy and how Roy Hodgson mustn’t bend to pressure over Harry Kane.
Conor Clancy has the latest from Serie A where a wily old fox is still doing the business in the twilight of his career.
Conor Clancy wraps up the week’s Serie A news as the outlook remains very bleak for Parma.
Alan Moore discusses football’s dark side that seems to go largely ignored by the governing body, FIFA.
After an early career that promised so much, Philippe Mexes is quickly turning into a comedy character at AC Milan, writes Oli Baise.
With a stuttering Euro 2016 qualifying campaign Matthew Amalfitano suggests a new tactical format for Italy.
Conor Clancy reports on the latest from Serie A where the final two unbeaten sides slumped to defeats.