It was here that Gianni Vio worked, pushing pens and filing papers. Then in his early 50s, it was a job, not a passion. Football was Vio's real calling, specifically set-pieces.
His mind would presumably wander at work and he'd draw schemes and situations on the back of Unicredit letterheads, post-it notes or statements. There'd be penalty areas with dots and arrowed lines in different places, clusters and directions.
But these weren't idle doodles or senseless scribbles. They represented a body of work. Vio would host it on a website. He even wrote a book withRead More »from Fiorentina banking on Italy’s set-piece guru