On of Italy’s leading football magazines, Guerin Sportivo (literally translated – the Sporting Warrior, great name!) brings you all the news and views on Italian football, just so long as you can read Italian!
Guerin Sportivo is actually the longest running sports magazine in the world, having been published continuously since 1912, meaning they must be doing something right. Inside you will find all the latest news on Italian football from Seria A to B, as well as coverage of other nearby leagues such as the Bundesliga. There are interviews with and features on famous players, coaches and managers, all conducted by journalists with years of experience in their field.
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Let’s just take a moment to appreciate the simple age of Guerin Sportivo. Being published since 1912 means that it is currently the grand old age of 100 years old – if it was English it would have had its telegram from the queen by now. One hundred years of covering sport, now that’s highly impressive.
To put it into perspective, you can employ a little trick we always like to use. If the magazine was founded 100 years ago in 1912, then 100 years ago for those who started the magazine was 1812. That’s right, if you travelled as far back in time as you do forward from the point that this illustrious sporting journal began, then you go back to a time when Napoleon was not only still alive but he was just weighing up the possibilities and consequences of invading Russia with his Grand Armee, something that turned out to be a blunder.
In 1812, Britain and America were at war, one that would last for three years and result in Britain capturing and then burning Washington D.C, something now unimaginable.
1912 is as far away to us as 1812 was to those who founded Guerin Sportivo. Think about that the next time you read a copy, and feel free to employ this world changing trick on any of your other favourite old-established publications. NB