The 2018 World Cup has concluded and Italy fans like Giancarlo Rinaldi found it an oddly empty experience watching from the outside.
With young talent Alban Lafont, Marco Pjaca and Mario Pasalic on the way, Giancarlo Rinaldi feels Fiorentina fans can get excited at last.
It’s tempting to believe Italy could’ve made a big splash on a low-quality World Cup, but Giancarlo Rinaldi won’t get lulled into that trap.
The World Cup begins today, but Italy aren't invited to the party and Giancarlo Rinaldi is only just starting to realise how much Azzurri fans will miss out on.
There are choppy seas ahead, but Italy should focus on the positives and move in the right direction after defeat to France, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
Lazio and Inter provided a dramatic finale to this remarkable Serie A season that screenwriters must envy, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
Juventus proved once again that their golden domestic era isn't going to end yet, while Giancarlo Rinaldi notes Milan still have much to learn.
It was another epic, gladiatorial performance from the Giallorossi and Giancarlo Rinaldi hopes they can build on this Champions League adventure.
Juventus played for a draw, but Napoli and Kalidou Koulibaly ensured it's game on for the title race, not game over, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi
It was improbable, unthinkable and ultimately unforgettable, as Giancarlo Rinaldi joined all Italian football fans cheering Roma's triumph over Barcelona