The Italian who pioneered and flopped in the Premier League

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The Italian who pioneered and flopped in the Premier League

Postby joselcollin » Wed Oct 17, 2018 2:23 am

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Before the Italian's successful era at Chelsea, Andrea Silenzi opened the doors to the players of his country in the Premier League. Hired by Nottingham Forest with great expectation, he flopped hard and is still remembered today as a major disappointment in England.

Italy and England have narrowed the relationship between their clubs in recent years. Just over two decades ago, the Premier League was still moving towards the success it represents today, and Italian players were important parts in this process. Initially, one can think that Gianluca Vialli, Gianfranco Zola Roberto Di Matteo and Pierluigi Casiraghi were the first representatives of Italy in the English Championship. But the pioneer can still cause a certain strangeness or ignorance: striker Andrea Silenzi.

With regard to the Premier League as a relatively new concept in managing English football, the elite league, founded in 1992, allowed players from countries other than Scotland, Ireland and Northern Ireland to join. Before that, South Americans and even Europeans of various nationalities were rare. The Premier League is also an example of how globalization has influenced football's thinking in times when the international market was rapidly changing.

In this context, Andrea Silenzi can be considered very important within a historical cut that includes the strength and tradition of Italian football as a way to teach the English a little that needed a true cultural shock in their early years of Premier League.
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Re: The Italian who pioneered and flopped in the Premier Lea

Postby danielhowell » Wed Oct 17, 2018 10:32 pm

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Before the Italian's successful era at Chelsea, Andrea Silenzi opened the doors to the players of his country in the Premier League. Hired by Nottingham Forest with great expectation, he flopped hard and is still remembered today as a major disappointment in England.

Italy and England have narrowed the relationship between their clubs in recent years. Just over two decades ago, the Premier League was still moving towards the success it represents today, and Italian players were important parts in this process. Initially, one can think that Gianluca Vialli, Gianfranco Zola Roberto Di Matteo and Pierluigi Casiraghi were the first representatives of Italy in the English Championship. But the pioneer can still cause a certain strangeness or ignorance: striker Andrea Silenzi.

With regard to the Premier League as a relatively new concept in managing English football, the elite league, founded in 1992, allowed players from countries other than Scotland, Ireland and Northern Ireland to join. Before that, South Americans and even Europeans of various nationalities were rare. The Premier League is also an example of how globalization has influenced football's thinking in times when the international market was rapidly changing.

In this context, Andrea Silenzi can be considered very important within a historical cut that includes the strength and tradition of Italian football as a way to teach the English a little that needed a true cultural shock in their early years of Premier League.


If I had to sum up Ashwood's main issues I'd say that their attack, is the only attack in the league, that wouldn't cause their defense problems - and to call their midfield nonexistent would be deeply unfair on non-existent midfield. They don't look like they could pass wind, and this is nothing to do with what happens on the training ground, they had great ball-players a few years ago. Now it's as if Gandalf has appeared and demanded they shall not pass. Those players that had something about them have been sold off. It's a selling club, always has been. Players go for nothing, players go for a cup of tea. Premier league

They've got to keep hold of Riviere as he is just about the level the Premier League demands. Just. The reserve keepers couldn't catch a cold, a mockingbird or anything else you'd care to mention - particularly a football. Have you seen Tim Rieper (Rieper-the-Keeper) the lad couldn't save a word document? So bring into that mix Mr. Liam Brightwell - "The manager". Let me tell you. Liam couldn't manage a fart. The board has torn the heart out of what was the pride of Kent. If Ashwood entered an Ashwood City lookalike competition, they'd probably finish 2nd to Gillingham. And you can keep going to the ground and praying that things will turn around if you want, but they're just taking your money. How do you expect them to turn a corner if they can't even f*cking take one?. It really feels like the end of days and it's boring. I'd say it's 'apocalypse now' but we're past that, it's 'apocalypse yesterday'.
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