Carlo Garganese

Carlo Garganese

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Carlo Garganese is a highly-respected football writer, broadcaster and editor with more than 15 years of experience working at the highest level for major global brands. Garganese spent 12 years at, where he played a significant role in building and developing the website into one of the largest football media organisations in the world.

He excelled in many different roles at Goal, including Chief Football Writer, Deputy Editor, Global Head of Features and Italian Football Editor.

Carlo covered many major football events and tournaments, including World Cups, European Championships, Champions Leagues, Ballons d’Or and FIFA elections. Garganese was present at some of the biggest matches on the planet and has

interviewed many stars and legends of the sport, including among others Arrigo Sacchi, Andrea Pirlo, Gianfranco Zola, Michael Ballack, Ronald de Boer and Sven-Goran Eriksson. He also interviewed legends of other sports about football - including sprinter Usain Bolt.

Garganese’s ability to innovate and engage audiences saw him create and mastermind major projects such as the Goal 50, a globally-recognised annual award which ranks the 50 best players in the world. He was also the red carpet host at events such as the premiere of the acclaimed 2019 Diego Maradona movie by Asif Kapadia. Since 2020, Carlo has been Head of Features and SEO at FootballTransfers, bringing his skills and wealth of football and editorial knowledge to our team - including his unrivalled expertise on the Italian transfer market.

Over the course of his career, Garganese has built up a major following on social media and most notably Twitter, where he is recognised as one of the foremost English language experts in Italian football. He often appears on TV and radio to discuss Italian football as well as penning his Calcio thoughts for respected outlets such as Football Italia.

Carlo also is the co-creator and co-host of The Italian Football Podcast, which is the biggest English language show in the world on the topic of Italian football. He has interviewed some of the biggest names in Italian football and other sports on the podcast, including Destiny Udogie, Roy Hodgson, Gerard Deulofeu, Joe Calzaghe and Paulie Malignaggi.

Articles from Carlo Garganese

Inter's Federico Dimarco and Lautaro Martinez

Football Transfer News LIVE: Lautaro reveals contract talks

Bruno Fernandes, Casemiro, Man Utd

Man Utd top scorers 2023/24: Hojlund closes in on Casemiro

Man Utd's Rasmus Hojlund playing for Denmark

Champions League top scorers 2023/24: Hojlund takes lead despite Man Utd defeat

Vincent Kompany

Premier League table: What are the latest EPL standings?

Andre Onana, Man Utd, 2023/24

Andre Onana: The warning signs that Man Utd missed at Inter Milan

Nicolas Jackson, Chelsea, 2023/24

Four Chelsea players told they are ‘not good enough’

Erik ten Hag, Man Utd, 2023-24

'Man Utd is not Ajax' - Zlatan Ibrahimovic admits Ten Hag risks sack

Erik ten Hag, Manchester United

Not only Onana - Ten Hag could DROP another big money summer signing

Mykhailo Mudryk, Chelsea, 2023-24

The fastest player in the Premier League

Mason Mount, Man Utd, 2023/24

Five big-money summer signings who have yet to score

Marcus Thuram France 2022 World Cup

European Assists King 2023/24: Who has created the most goals?

Cristiano Ronaldo, Al-Nassr, 2022/23

Cristiano Ronaldo at Al-Nassr: Goals, assists, results & fixtures

Mauricio Pochettino, Chelsea

What are the odds of Chelsea getting relegated this season?

Jose Mourinho, Roma

Jose Mourinho’s third season syndrome: Chelsea, Madrid, Man Utd, now Roma

Todd Boehly, Chelsea owner

Chelsea abandon youth transfer policy for two goal machines

Cristiano Ronaldo, Al-Nassr

Saudi Pro League top scorers: The latest Golden Boot standings

Inter's Federico Dimarco and Lautaro Martinez

European Golden Shoe 2023/24: Four-goal Martinez overtakes Haaland

Kieran Trippier, Newcastle v Aston Villa, 2021-22

Premier League most assists: In-form Trippier moves level with Salah

Antonio Conte, Tottenham, 2022-23

Man Utd: Five available managers who could replace Ten Hag

Erik ten Hag, Man Utd

Which football managers have been sacked this season?