Monthly Archives: September 2012

Andrea Ferrari, the Trainer of Future F1 Champions

Nomen omen is a Latin expression used in order to refer to people whose destiny is somehow suggested by their name. It may apply also to the story of Andrea Ferrari, a 33-year-old Tuscan guy who works as an athletic … Continue reading

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The Great Górski, or the Golden Age of Polish Football

Perhaps, quoting a 1980s song by the Imagination, it was “just an illusion” – the illusion that the Poland national football team could regain competitiveness exploiting the status of co-hosts of the recent European Championships. The three matches played by … Continue reading

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