When only recently relishing the prospect of four Italians in the Champions League Round of 16, Giancarlo Rinaldi is left with a bitter taste from his half-empty glass.
Gonzalo Higuain's desperation to make his mark for Milan against old club Juventus was ultimately his downfall, explains Giancarlo Rinaldi.
After the passing of the late, great Peter Brackley, Giancarlo Rinaldi pays tribute to the voice of Football Italia.
Italy may have needed a last-gasp winner to beat Poland on Sunday, but Giancarlo Rinaldi was hugely enamoured by what the Azzurri served up in Chorzow...
Rumours of Carlo Ancelotti’s demise have been greatly exaggerated, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi, as his Napoli delivered a tactical masterclass to beat Liverpool.
Nobody expected Roma to get anything from the Bernabeu and evidently that included the Giallorossi players, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
Federico Chiesa was born to play for Italy and is undeniably the spark Roberto Mancini needs to revitalise the Azzurri, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
Roma's 3-3 draw with Atalanta rounded out a weekend of sparkling Calcio and Giancarlo Rinaldi is loving this devil-may-care Serie A.
As Andrea Belotti is linked with a move to Napoli, Giancarlo Rinaldi wonders if the Torino striker can rediscover his form of 2016-17.
The 2018 World Cup has concluded and Italy fans like Giancarlo Rinaldi found it an oddly empty experience watching from the outside.