It should have been a match made in heaven, but Dennis Bergkamp's two-year spell at Inter turned into a hellish experience.
Labour were strong favourites to retain power at the 1970 general election, but shortly after England were knocked out of the World Cup, they were booted out of office.
Keir Radnedge says UEFA's deal with the European Club Association will give clubs more money – and a role in UEFA's decision-making
Defeat of Ukraine ignored by Real Madrid-obsessed sports papers
Antonio Conte's national side take on England in Turin
Germany enjoyed a comfortable win over Georgia but there are still problems with the full-back positions
Italy coach Antonio Conte will make a number of changes to his side to face England in Tuesday's friendly in Turin
Tim Vickery reflects on Brazil's high friendly foul count and Argentina's dilemma over Carlos Tevez
The story of Bert Trautmann and his emotional return to Germany with Manchester City.
Twenty one years after leading Romania to their best ever World Cup showing, Gheorghe Hagi is looking to revive footbal in his homeland.