Paul Gascoigne signed for Lazio in 1992 for a then-British record fee, despite having spent the previous year on the sidelines following a serious knee injury sustained in the 1991 […]
Transfer deadline day always brings a surprise or two, so we decided to talk about some of the most surprising deals in recent memory.
From Robinho’s shock move to Man City, to Claudio Caniggia settling in Scotland, there are countless examples of player moves that no one saw coming. Ste, Colm and the prodigal son Conor sit down to discuss.
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Few teams stir the emotions of neutral football fans quite like the glorious Parma side of the nineties.
Ste and Conor return having not recorded together for a over a month now to talk about the ridiculous quality in the Parma team, how a small provincial club rose to the top table, and why it will never happen again.
The Ultras also debate whether or not this iconic team are too romanticised and if Fabio Cannavaro really deserved to win the Balon d’Or in 2006.
Let us know what you think by tweeting us @NostalgiaUltra5.
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In the aftermath of Gianluigi Buffon’s likely final ever appearance in the UEFA Champions League, no superlative is too excessive to describe the Juventus legend, the greatest goalkeeper of all time, writes Ste McGovern.
In 2005, the Champions League quarter-final between rivals AC Milan and Internazionale was abandoned amidst a flurry of flares and bottles raining down on the pitch. On the anniversary of that famous night Ste and Conor talk about the Milan Derby, how it started and why it’s actually one of the friendlier rivalries in football.
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