When only nero is left. “Rossoneri” got into a systemic crisis, despite 4th place in the championship
Georgy Artmeladze analyzes the situation, seeing negative aspects in the club’s activities.
When only nero is left. Rossoneri got into a systemic crisis, regardless of the 4th place in the championship, the Milan era died. This can be said officially after yesterday’s humiliation in the Europa League. The team of Gennaro Gattuso took the third place in Group F, leaving behind the Spanish “Betis” and the Greek “Olympiacos”. For seventeen years, the Rossoneri invariably overcame the group stage of the European Cup tournaments, but yesterday this amazing series was interrupted, dragging the history of a great team into the grave. Continue reading
Mauro Camoranesi remains a mystery to the entire football world. He deserves to be remembered, and he has something to brag about for his rich career, but it just so happened that it was not accepted to praise him, and the Italian heroes of the time chose others.
Play Mauro in the Premier League, and about him would still sing songs. Hardworking, loyal, aggressive, powerful, purposeful, masterful, disinterested, bipedal, easily adaptable and resolute – he had all the qualities of a cult figure. But somehow he went unnoticed, in the shadow of his contemporaries.
Mauro Camoranesi was born in 1976 in Tandil in the province of Buenos Aires. Continue reading
“Such a life. It’s just me, ”Marco Arnautovich said with a helpless gesture when he crashed a club car two days after receiving it. In “Twente” they understood what they were going for: in 2006 a great talent appeared in the team, but with an unstable mentality, a difficult character and a reputation as a bully.
The Austrian practically grew up on the street where his friends looted houses and shops, and then went to prison. Marco recalled that time like this: “We specifically looked at people in the eye to provoke fights, although I was not some kind of gangster and did not kill anyone.” Street education Arnautovich moved to football.
Even before moving to Holland, Marco roared in his native Vienna, where he replaced more than one team. Continue reading