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Matthew Bostock
21 year old free-lance football journalist and editor of Radcliffe Borough Football Club's monthly magazine. Avid follower of Italian football and Manchester United fan.

Total articles: 8

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Opinion
Why this could be the season La Viola make a return to Europe's biggest stage…
17:04 Wednesday 27th July 2016

Fiorentina last qualified for the Champions League in the 2008/9 campaign – now under the guidance of Paulo Sousa, it appears a return to the promised land may be on the cards.It has been a whirlwind of a ride for any Fiorentina fan over the…

Opinion
Why Juventus still hold all the cards
11:00 Saturday 16th July 2016

The potential mega-money transfer of Gonzalo Higuain shows once again how despite promising seasons from Inter, Napoli and Roma the Vecchia Signora (The Old Lady) still hold the biggest allure in Serie A.

Opinion
Why Zlatan can prove age is just a number...
13:03 Tuesday 7th June 2016

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is by far one of the most talked about players in the game. Controversial, charismatic and captivating…but can he do it in England? The time has come to find out.

Opinion
Why Luis Suarez is the best player in the world
10:30 Thursday 26th May 2016

Luis Suarez became the first player in seven years, who wasn't either Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi, to win the Pichichi award and be named La Liga's top goalscorer to cement his claim as the world's best player.

Opinion
How Higuain found a home with the Azzurri
18:00 Tuesday 17th May 2016

In the final round of Serie A fixtures of the season, Gonzalo Higuain broke a 66-year-old goal scoring record by scoring a hat-trick to take his tally to 36 for the campaign.

Opinion
Coming back from oblivion: Parma F.C - Not just an ordinary club
09:00 Tuesday 10th May 2016

It can be a traumatic experience for a football club to be declared bankrupt and risk losing everything it has worked so hard to build. Very few, if any, come back from it… but one club is making a habit of it.

Opinion
Out with the old and in with the new: A summer of change in Calcio
13:30 Friday 6th May 2016

The face of Serie A is changing. Iconic players for both club and country are either hanging up their boots for their club or looking to ply their trade.

Opinion
Why a change in mentality is needed for the Nerazzurri and Rossoneri
14:51 Tuesday 3rd May 2016

Cast your mind back twenty years to the mid-90s, when the Premier League was still in its infancy and Serie A was on top of the footballing world.The likes of Marco Van Basten, Ronaldo, Zinedine Zidane and Gabriel Batistuta graced football…