Frosinone’s Angelozzi: “I Was Involved in Kaká’s Transfer to Milan”

Ricardo Kaka’s move to Milan was one that none expected to draw the attention it did, as the Brazilian trequartista went on to etch a legacy at San Siro. One of the parties involved in the coup from Sao Paulo was Frosinone sporting director Guido Angelozzi, who was then at the helm at Catania.

Temples of The Cult: The Cibali or Angelo Massimino in Catania

Our journey across Italy looking for the most interesting football stadiums in the country continues. Today we’re headed south – the most south that it can be as far as calcio is concerned - to the Angelo Massimino Stadium in Catania, acknowledged by both local and visitor players as one of the loudest and most passionate venues in the Peninsula.

Losing Grip! The Top 5 Brawls in Italian Football

Sometimes people just lose it. All actors in the football circus – players, coaches, presidents – are human after all. Now and then, it happens that they just lose their grip. Words escalate, hands touch, and the fight is on. So put your boxing gloves on, and follow us in a journey across the Top 5 “losing grip” moments in the recent history of Italian football.