Vittorio Pozzo and the Italian Assertion of Power (Part II)

PictureIn the second and final instalment of Neil’s two-part article, he looks at how Vittorio Pozzo’s Italy – regarded as an expression of Benito Mussolini’s Fascist Italy – managed to overcome a politically charged atmosphere and hostile French public to retain the World Cup in 1938., largely thanks to the tactical brilliance of their ‘Vecchio Maestro’.

Read the full article at The Gentleman Ultra.

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