Italia’s new football book series aims to provide fans with an inside look into the careers of footballers.
The first book, Football Italy, aims to be a resource for football fans to learn about the careers and influences of the world’s top footballers, including Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Thierry Henry.
The series, which launched on July 25, has been created by The Sport Project, which is the same company behind the upcoming Football Italo documentary series.
The Sport project was founded by former football writer Stefano Della Valle and his wife Lina.
They launched the project after their son died of a brain tumour in 2016, and they wanted to find a way to bring the loss to a wider audience.
The book will feature the career of Ronaldo, Messi, Henry, Sergio Ramos and Juan Mata.
The Sports Project, based in Rome, will be publishing Football Italians on an annual basis, which will be available in Italian on the first Monday of each month.
The project is aiming to provide the fans with information on the careers, influences and achievements of the most prominent players in Italy’s top league, which has a top 10 ranking in the world.
“I think this is a great initiative for us,” Della Valli told Sport Italia.
“We are hoping that the book will be a way for people to learn more about footballers from the outside, which in turn will help them understand the real world of sport.”
In the book, fans will find out about the career and influence of each player, how they started their careers and the people who influenced them.
The books will be updated regularly, and the new edition of the book is due to be released on July 26.