Lazio is interested in signing Manchester City’s EnesUnal

EnesUnal is a 19 year old Turkish attacker who is currently performing for FC Twente on a loan deal which extends until the end of the season.


So far, it has been a hugely impressive season for Unal as he has scored 18 goals in 31 appearances and has attracted the attention of major clubs including: Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and Lazio FC.

A source at the Etihad Stadium was quoted as saying: “He’s scoring every week in Holland. Lazio have sent scouts to watch him and talks are set to begin over the coming weeks.City is in no rush to decide where he is going.Pep is willing to take him on the summer tour of the United States before making his mind up.”

There is an issue which might facilitate the potential transfer of EnesUnal to any of the interested clubs and it’s the fact that the youngster does not have a work permit and without this, he will not be able to perform with his parent club Manchester City in the upcoming season.

In order for EnesUnal to qualify for a work permit, he must have competed in 30-70% of his international matches over the previous 2 years and the 19 year old player has only been featured in 5 international matches since March of 2015. Continue reading Lazio is interested in signing Manchester City’s EnesUnal

ITALY TROUNCE ALBANIA 2-0 AMID FAN TROUBLE

Italy defeated Albania 2-0 despite the disturbances from the fans of the visitors.


Albanian fans repeatedly disturbed the game, throwing flares and smoke bombs onto the pitch during the clash.

The coach of the visiting side Gianni de Biasi said he was “upset” with the fireworks during the games. He added that he “never thought” he would see such from the fans.

The fans started with the flares when the referee SlavkoVincic awarded a penalty in favour of the hosts. As Daniele de Rossi was about to take the kick, the flares came on. After the break, the game had to be paused for eight minutes and the players asked to leave the pitch.

The fans were threatened with warning that their team could get sanctioned if the disturbances continued. The warnings did little to stop the fans as the flares use continued.

One of the stewards was scared when fans threw flares onto him. He was assessed and declared fine but the skipper of the Albanian team AnsiAgolli had to appeal to the fans before play could resume. Continue reading ITALY TROUNCE ALBANIA 2-0 AMID FAN TROUBLE

irriducibili | BBC documentry | Lazio Ultras, Casuals, Football Hooligans (PART: 3)

www.irriducibili.eu The arrival of the Irriducibili In the course of a Lazio-Padova match in 1987, a ten metre long banner announced the arrival of a new Ultra group on the scene, Irriducibili Lazio formed by Antonio Grinta. Irriducibili rose to energy in the Curva Nord and revolutionised the way Lazio fans supported their facet. No far more drums have been utilised but English chanting designs had been adpoted. This contrasted tremendously with the Italian model of the Eagles Supporters, and by 1992, Irriducibili were by far Lazio’s most potent group as the Eagles Supporters disbanded. With the arrival of new president Sergio Cragnotti, Lazio qualified for European levels of competition turning into one particular of the world’s strongest groups. Throughout this time period, Lazio ultras shaped close ties with both the Interisti and Veronesi. In addition to this relationships with supporters of Real Madrid, Chelsea and Paris Saint Germain produced. Travelling numbers did not drop from the outdated days although, as approximately 4000 travelled to Dortmund and Vienna, 20000 to Paris, 15000 to Birmingham for the 1999 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup Ultimate and 10000 to Monaco for the UEFA Supercup in spite of only currently being allotted 3500 tickets.

irriducibili | BBC documentry | Lazio Ultras, Casuals, Football Hooligans (PART: 1)

www.irriducibili.eu The arrival of the Irriducibili During a Lazio-Padova match in 1987, a ten metre long banner announced the arrival of a new Ultra group on the scene, Irriducibili Lazio shaped by Antonio Grinta. Irriducibili rose to electrical power in the Curva Nord and revolutionised the way Lazio fans supported their aspect. No a lot more drums were used but English chanting types had been adpoted. This contrasted greatly with the Italian model of the Eagles Supporters, and by 1992, Irriducibili have been by far Lazio’s most strong group as the Eagles Supporters disbanded. With the arrival of new president Sergio Cragnotti, Lazio certified for European levels of competition turning into one of the world’s strongest groups. In the course of this time period, Lazio ultras shaped shut ties with both the Interisti and Veronesi. In addition to this relationships with supporters of True Madrid, Chelsea and Paris Saint Germain developed. Travelling numbers did not drop from the outdated days though, as roughly 4000 travelled to Dortmund and Vienna, 20000 to Paris, 15000 to Birmingham for the 1999 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup Last and 10000 to Monaco for the UEFA Supercup regardless of only currently being allotted 3500 tickets.