In the second edition of a three-part series, Sarthak Kumar scours the world transfer market for more under the radar deals in Europe.
Posts Tagged ‘Italy’
With Norway and it’s club teams showing quite well in European competitions, Andrew Smith evaluates whether we are seeing a rebirth of Norwegian football and the potential reasons for it.
To understand the achievement of Buffon, we have to take a look at other great contemporary Italian goalkeepers the Juventus stopper has held off his throne, writes Chen Chen.
Oli Baise believes that Watford’s ownership by the Pozzo family makes them a Premier League experiment.
Spain and Italy were drawn together in World Cup qualifying for the latest in a line of key clashes; with 1994 being the most dramatic, writes Aidan Williams.
Alan Moore brings news from Russia where Fabio Capello is no longer the coach of the national side.
Conor Clancy gives his thoughts on Italian international and new Manchester United full back Matteo Darmian.
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.
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.