A couple of years ago, Milan's yellow-tied chief executive Adriano Galliani lamented what had become of Serie A. "It's like with theatres and restaurants," he told the pink pages of La Gazzetta dello Sport. "There are beautiful theatres and ugly ones, luxury restaurants and pizzerias."
That comment of his came to mind once again when reading the columns of one of Italy's great sportswriters, Gianni Mura, in La Repubblica on Monday morning. "Ask for the bill, get up and leave," he wrote. The plate he'd been served the night before, billed on the menu as a feast of football between Milan andRead More »from Racist abuse poisons Italian game