Tag Archives: Torino

The Daily Drool – Serie A – Torino: Gleison Bremer

27 Dec

Brazilian center back Bremer joined Torino in 2018 from Atlético Mineiro.

The Daily Drool: Vanja Milinković-Savić

28 Jul

Goalkeeper Vanja just signed to SPAL on loan from Torino. He has represented Serbia at the U17, U19 and U21 levels.

The Daily Drool: Antonio Barreca

25 Jul

Full back Antonio just made a move from Torino to AS Monaco. He has represented Italy at the U18, U19, U20 and U21 levels.

The Daily Drool: Saša Lukić

3 Apr

Midfielder Saša  currently plays for Torino. He has represented Serbia at the U17 and U21 levels.

The Daily Drool: Fabio Quagliarella

27 Aug

Fabio Quagliarella2Forward Fabio currently plays for Torino. He has represented Italy at the U18, U19, U20, U21 and senior levels.

The Daily Drool: Omar El Kaddouri

24 May

Omar El KaddouriBelgian-Moroccan attacking midfielder Omar currently plays for Torino on loan from Napoli. He has represented Belgium at the U19 and U21 level as well as representing Morocco at the Olympic and senior level.

Summer Transfer Window Recap – Serie A/Bundesliga/Ligue 1

9 Sep

Transfer Deadline DayOriginally I was going to do Bundesliga and Serie A on their own. But seeing as a lot of us also have love for certain Ligue 1 players (I’m a bit in love with a bunch of PSG players) I decided I needed to add some French league love. Continue reading

The Daily Drool: Matteo Darmian

16 Jul

Matteo DARMIAN ItalyFull back Matteo plays for Torino. He has represented at the U17 U18, U19, U20, U21 and senior levels.

The Daily Drool: Ciro Immobile

19 Aug

Ciro Immobile23 year old striker Ciro joined Torino in July from Genoa. He has represented Italy at the U20 and U21 level.

The Daily Drool: Blerim Džemaili

1 Sep


Midfielder Blerim is a Swiss footballer of Albanian descent who was born in Yugoslavia. He started his career in 2003 with FC Zürich and was chosen as captain in 2005 – one of the youngest captains in Swiss footy history. He has since played for Bolton Wanderers, Torino, Parma and as of 2011, Napoli. He’s only 25. I’ve got to wonder how many languages he speaks by now? A citizen of the world, our Blerim! He has made 13 appearances for the Swiss National Team since 2006.