This is the start of a new weekly feature aimed at summarising my week’s writing and a more digestible format than the round-ups of before. I hope that this well make navigating the past week’s content easier for you guys, and it’ll definitely make it easier for me to quantify everything I’ve accomplished.
Atalanta week was very productive. Doing that extra research certainly paid-off, and I feel like I’ve dug-up a lot of quality stuff. From now on I’ll be providing a full list of sources with each piece that required research to produce. It’s something that I should’ve been doing since day one, and it’ll provide a good source of further reading.
Anyway, here’s this week’s summary. See you tomorrow for a quick brief on the following week’s focus club.
- Atalanta: Perennial Midtablers or Yo-Yo Club?: A look at Atalanta’s league finishes since 1929 to build an idea of their place in calcio.
- The Boys from Bergamo: From 1907 to 2011, a look at all the major events that’ve shaped Atalanta into the club they are today.
- Notes on a Scandal: This season’s Calcioscommesse match-fixing scandal and Atalanta’s involvement.
- Paolo Bandini on Germán Denis, Atalanta’s Resurgent Hitman: A link to Paolo Bandini’s excellent piece on the Argentine striker.
- The Fall of Cristiano Doni: Doni, his career, and how he became a Bergamo demigod.
- (Serie A Weekly) Brave Cesena Finally Win: The latest edition of my regular column for Serie A Weekly, focusing on Cesena after last week’s win over Bologna.