Gabriel and Diego Milito. Two brothers from Argentina who enjoyed success at either ends of the pitch. Diego, the elder… Read More »The Admirable Legacy of The Milito Brothers
Before becoming the Real Madrid and Brazil legend that he is considered today, Roberto Carlos struggled to play the way… Read More »Why Roberto Carlos Struggled at Inter Milan in ’95
Of all the players I was fortunate enough to watch in the ‘foreign’ leagues, it’s clear that ‘The Emperor’ ranks… Read More »The Heartbreaking Reality of Adriano’s Career
Looking back on this game, I’m surprised the man wasn’t arrested for some form of homicide, let alone being given… Read More »When Gareth Bale Dismantled Inter Milan in 2010
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We’ve talked a lot about Serie A defending here on this platform, and there’s no doubting their credentials in this… Read More »The Steely Defensive Approach of Walter Samuel
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Naturally talented and with a carefree attitude, I sincerely believe that nowhere near enough commentators give Nwankwo Kanu the credit… Read More »Put Some Respect on Nwankwo Kanu’s Name!
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