MEET ALESSANDRO

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MEET ALESSANDRO

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Alessandro is from Toronto, Canada and was always going to be football mad. He grew up in a Italian-Canadian household, where his father supported AC Milan and his Brother Inter Milan. Alessandro found a passion and love for the game at an early age. For an insight into the Toronto football scene or Italian football subculture, Alessandro is your man.

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Alessandro is from Toronto, Canada and was always going to be football mad. He grew up in a Italian-Canadian household, where his father supported AC Milan and his Brother Inter Milan. Alessandro was found a passion and love for the game at an early age. For an insight into the Toronto football scene or Italian football suncluture, Alessandro is your man.

I’m Alessandro from Toronto, Canada. Growing up in an Italian household, I grew up with football from a young age with my families footballing allegiances divided between Italy’s biggest teams. Therefore I didn’t have a choice but to love football.

What is your favourite Copa90 video and why?

My favourite Copa90 video would have to be “This is Napoli”, despite being a Juventus supporter. For me, having everyone from one of the clubs star players (Insigne), to life long fans, this video perfectly captures what it means to be a football fan and a die hard supporter of your club.

What is the best football game you have seen and why?

The best match I have ever watched was Germany v Italy 2006 World Cup Semi-final. Although it was only the semi’s and the team went on to win the final, this match was one of the most intense matches I have ever seen. Not to mention I was in Italy at the time watching this game with my cousins so when Fabio Grosso curled home the winner past Lehman in extra time ecstasy took over. I do not remember a better feeling.

What is your favourite football snack?

I’m usually too tense during football matches, even if its not a club I support. So I guess my fingernails? Or pretzels, pretzels are good.

Who is your footballing idol?

There is only one Zlatan. The man who is a living Cinderella story.

 

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