Remembering AS Roma’s 2001 Scudetto Triumph

When you look at the history, the size and the players that have played for the club – you’d expect AS Roma to have won more than the three Serie A titles that they’ve won in their ninety-four year history! Their last Scudetto came in the 2000-01 season and it seemed to happen because the […]

Dusan Vlahovic Could Fire Arsenal Back Into The Champions League!

Last night’s win over fellow Londoners West Ham United propelled Arsenal back into the Premier League’s top four positions. The Gunners used to be mainstays in the Champions League competition but they’ve been missing for a few seasons now. Looking at the league table, you’ll see that Arsenal are still having an issue when it […]

Italian Hitman Ciro Immobile Could Be Golden Boot Worthy

Today is the day, Euro 2020 has finally arrived! Hip Hip Hooray!!! I spent my morning picking my Euro 2020 fantasy team over at UEFA.com and as always you have to research these big decisions. Italy have been fairly impressive coming into this tournament. The Azzurri have won their last seven on the trot. They […]

Fading Phenomenon Ronaldo Shining In Siena

Up until Fabio Capello’s arrival in 2006, Ronaldo had enjoyed scoring successes at Real Madrid. In his four full seasons at the Bernabeu, the Brazilian hitman had ended as his club’s top scorer on each occasion. The fantastic forward had rebuilt himself and his career after devastating knee injuries had threatened to kill his career […]

Roberto Baggio And His Year In Bologna

I think people forget just how good Roberto Baggio really was (Maybe an upcoming Netflix documentary can change all that). In the early to mid nineties, Baggio was without doubt the best footballer on the planet. When you think of the World Cup in 1994, people will automatically think of Baggio’s traumatic penalty miss in […]

Zlatan Could Be The Man That Brings Back Title To Milan

After six games, AC Milan remain unbeaten and sit top of the Serie A table. It seems crazy to think that plans were in place towards the end of last term to replace current boss Stefano Pioli with German gaffer Ralf Rangnick. Yet after an impressive end to the 2019-20 campaign, which saw the Rossoneri […]

Milan’s Marvellous Midfield – Gattuso, Seedorf And Pirlo

As lockdown continues I am really appreciating the opportunity of looking back. It could’ve been easy to go to the early 90s and look at that wonderful AC Milan side. After Rangers, that Milan team were the ones that helped secure my love for football. But the more I started thinking about Milan’s inspirational midfield […]

Juve Legend Antonio Conte Could Be The Man That Ends Glory Run He Started

It always looked like it was going to be a huge summer in Italy when it was announced that both Inter Milan and Serie A champions Juventus were on the lookout for new head coaches. In a bit of a Shakespearean twist Inter swooped for the man that started the glorious revival at Juve, Antonio […]

Inter Fans Need To Back Players And Stop Being Ignorant

Not for the first time in recent years a black footballer heard monkey chants being directed at them during a Serie A fixture. Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku smashed home a penalty and that was met with disgusting chants from Cagliari supporters. After the game, in which Inter won, Lukaku made it clear on Twitter […]

Mauricio Pochettino Would Make An Ideal Juventus Manager

It could be a huge summer for Mauricio Pochettino. Before the Argentine gets┬áto go on holiday the coach has the chance to create history and become the first manager to guide Tottenham Hotspur to a Champions League title. Win, lose or draw in Madrid, Pochettino will probably have a big decision to make. Can he […]