What’s that? It’s 2:30 PM? Yeah, it’s probably late enough for one of these, considering that your schedule has nothing but Netflix on it.
Guidance, perspective, compassion, strength - Cincotta never stops leading
The Viola owner is saying and doing all the right things in the face of a crisis.
Prying away Serie A’s breakout performer of the season might not be as simple as so many reporters seem to think.
Rocco Commisso and Fiorentina create a Gofundme to benefit the hospitals of Firenze [updated: some extra details]
Commisso family donates €250,000, looks to fund €500,00... you too can help!
The Viola’s left flank for next year is mightily uncertain, but the Roma fullback sure doesn’t look like a realistic answer
Why yes, this is the kind of content you expect during the cancellation of all soccer for the foreseeable future.
The Serbian striker is the first Viola player diagnosed, and we’re sending our best thoughts to him.
It’s time to turn to the important things. And head salads qualify as important things.
We’ve got some ideas if the league office comes calling.
It’s getting surreal in Florence.
A weird, scruffy match from a weird, scruffy team is more the expectation now than the exception.
This is obviously a massive decision (not handled particularly well by the powers that be) and impacts so much more than Fiorentina or Serie A.
When you’ve gone weeks, months, years without calcio (or maybe it just feels that way), it can be a lot of fun to look at some history.
The Chilean midfielder is out of a contract at season’s end and will likely garner a lot of interest this summer.
Even 731 days later, it feels like the captain is still going to walk back through the door at any moment.
Fiorentina will now travel back from Udine
ViolaNation also sends our best wishes to those impacted by Coronavirus in Italy and China
The match was choppy and sloppy and nigh unwatchable, but it was also a stark reminder that you can never count this undeniably scrappy Viola group out.
With "the next Pirlo" retired, it turns out that we don’t know much about the Rossoneri, but Peter definitely does.