BLOG ITALIA: GIANCARLO RINALDI
Francesco Caputo isn’t the first forward to take the long route to success, as Giancarlo Rinaldi looks at the Sassuolo forward and predecessor Luca Toni.
If these sides were the great entertainers of Serie A last season, then Atalanta showed Giancarlo Rinaldi they’ve still got the upper hand over Lazio.
There is nothing like the thought of a shiny new Serie A season kicking off and Giancarlo Rinaldi cannot wait to see what 2020-21 has in store...
It was typical September fare for Italy, so Giancarlo Rinaldi hopes for something more appetising in future than this drab draw with Bosnia-Herzegovina.
The wait for an Italian club winning European silverware goes on, as Giancarlo Rinaldi saw Inter fall short in the Europa League Final with Sevilla.
The Champions League quarter-final proved a step too far for Atalanta, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi, as the sheer wealth of PSG talent eventually made the difference.
Napoli didn’t have enough belief in themselves to really pick Barcelona apart, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi, in another timid Champions League exit.
The two best teams in Italy since the restart proved to Giancarlo Rinaldi just how far Atalanta have come and what the future holds for Milan.
Even comeback kings Lazio couldn’t turn this one around, as Giancarlo Rinaldi saw their lack of strength in depth finally catch up with them against Milan.
The great entertainers of Serie A went head-to-head and more than lived up to the billing, as Giancarlo Rinaldi relished Atalanta’s 3-2 win over Lazio.