This is the second edition of our interview series.
It has been a great year for Serie A, with Juventus winning the Serie A title for the first time in over 30 years, Milan being crowned champions of the Champions League, Juventus winning Serie A’s most prestigious trophy and Real Madrid reaching the final of the Copa del Rey.
The final of that competition, the Copas del Rey, has been played in Rome since the beginning of the year, with the winner earning a spot in the semi-finals and a first place trophy.
This is the first edition of this series and it has been quite an experience for me, having spent a lot of time in Rome, particularly at the start of the season when I had the opportunity to spend time with the fans, the players, the media and of course the local media.
There is a very special place in my heart, where my family and I spent a whole year.
In my mind, this was one of the best experiences of my life.
For my parents, it’s very special that my grandparents and great-grandparents are Italian, and I can speak their language.
This experience has helped them understand the difference between a person who has arrived in the world as an Italian and a person from abroad.
The other thing is that it’s a very good feeling to be a part of the team.
They really enjoy being here, they get to know me, they are happy and they understand what it means to be Italian.
In a sense, it has brought back all of my memories.
I am very happy to be part of it.
I think it is also a good way for me to express my gratitude to my family, to the players and to the staff.