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David Schiavone On November - 18 - 2010

Podcast: Javier Pastore Edges Closer To Greatness

The Italian Football FanCast is the podcast for fans of Serie A and Calcio.

On this edition of the Italian Football FanCast, we look back at two magnificent derbies. First the Derby della Madoninna between Inter and Milan. It has been over two years since Milan last tasted success in this fixture, so can Zlatan Ibrahimovic propel the Rossoneri to victory?

Elsewhere, Kris Voakes was present at the Derby di Sicilia to witness a truly majestic performance from one of the leading lights in Serie A… it is of course Javier Pastore.

We also have a selection of your email and questions plus we delve into a new phenomenon taking Calcio by storm… Voakes Theorem.

Last time on the show we spoke to TIm Reder, photographer and author of Calcissimo - The Spectacle of Italian Football.

TIm spoke about his experiences with the fans, some of the fantasista and special stadia in Italy. He also announced a fantastic competition to win a copy of the book. So listen again and get your entries in by Friday at midnight GMT.

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Dov and Kris

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One Response so far.

  1. Jay says:

    Really enjoyed the podcast this week fellas. Who do you think will be the top 5 teams during the Winter transfer window?

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