Leonardo Da Vinci’s time in Milan, from 1482 to 1499, is often regarded as one of the most critical in his life. He arrived at the city, short of work but not of ideas or skills, and left a series of extraordinary paintings that include The Last Supper, The Musician, The Mulberry-tree Ceiling. He also left other works: paintings, drawings, sculptures, designs for weapons and machines, and numerous sketches for architectural landmarks, along with phenomenally insightful musings, in his notebooks.
His namesake, Leonardo Araújo, arrived at Milan 515 years later in the summer of 1997, neither short of ideas or money (his transfer was around 8.5 million euros). He played over 170 games and scored 22 goals for AC Milan, in midfield, on the right wing and once or twice, as a forward.
Da Vinci worked for the tyrant Ludovico, and the modern Leonardo toiled under the debatable Silvio Berlusconi. The ancient Leo would leave Milan after the fall of the Duke and traverse Italy for many years after, but our Leo would instead return to his homeland in Brazil and play for two clubs — Flamengo and São Paulo — before returning to finish his career at AC Milan (though he only played one match from 2002-2003).
As the world has not given us a Pulitzer for the second magazine yet - they claim we haven’t been nominated, we assure them we know a conspiracy when we see it - we had little choice but to cobble together the third magazine. After strenuous bouts of sexual favours, arguments about who was going…
I should have been under famous Americans but being with Futfanatico isn’t so bad
meanwhile in St. Tropez…
Come on Mesut. It’s your time to shine! Germany v. Greece quarterfinal, bring home the win Germany!!
Ozil with the German NT in an other kind of training ^^
Easily Ukraine’s Cutest Supporter
Models: Alessandro Del Piero & Gennaro Gattuso