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Hunting in Threes: Signori, Rambaudi and Baiano, Foggia.

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Tweet Last week’s post lamented the dwindling power of Serie A and the sickening trend of Italian clubs being outgunned in the transfer market by their French rivals (‘filled to the brim with bitterness’ as one happy reader described it). … Continue reading

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Ligue 1 and Serie A: the tables have turned, and I don’t like it.

Tweet I have no idea when the rivalry between France and Italy started. I was oblivious to it growing up despite my father’s Italian heritage. He didn’t seem bothered by the French, in fact he seemed to quite like the … Continue reading

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Jose Mourinho’s quest for legacy

Tweet Jose Mourinho wins things everywhere he goes, so why isn’t he universally hailed as a master? The answer, apparently, is legacy, or Mourinho’s lack of it. His critics allege he is a short-term manager, brought in to achieve instant … Continue reading

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Football photography of the year awards 2012/13

Tweet Welcome to my inaugural football photography of the year awards. I decided to come up this utterly meaningless award to recognise the best contributions that photography has made towards capturing the beauty of our beloved national sport. I hope that … Continue reading

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Three views of Italian football: the supporters club, the local team, and the arena.

Tweet I recently hooked up with a friend who gave me some photos from a trip to Italy in 2005. We were visiting a mutual friend in Rome, via his home town of Agnone, a small town in the hills … Continue reading

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