7 temporary coaches who jumped above their heads
Ole Gunnar Sulskher started perfectly. Recall the other. head coach who was pleasantly surprised. The specialist who worked before Chelsea only in the modest Milton Keynes Dons and West Bromwich…

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Ten footballers who will tear in 2019
The end of the year is a time for interesting predictions. In 2018, the Golden Ball was received by Luka Modric, thereby interrupting the hegemony of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel…

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Young top talents.
In 2003, the leadership of the Tuttosport publication had the idea to establish an award for the best young footballer in Europe, which will be awarded annually. In order to…

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A politician who loves football
Fellut is a tiny village near Budapest, where about two thousand people live. The tranquility of a sleepy Hungarian corner with one main street and several shops is broken only…

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second division.

Mauro Camoranesi: the cruel fate of the half-forgotten titanium of Italian football

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

Mauro Camoranesi: the cruel fate of the half-forgotten titanium of Italian football
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…

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Fighter pilot became a star of football and journalism
“It was a terrible time: a sea of ​​murders, explosions” Sunderland paid 18,000 pounds for me. Damn it, for those times it was a lot of money. Someone from the…

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