AS Roma’s Hall of Fame sounds like something nice, right? They deserve an award already, because they were the first European team to start using Pinterest. No, my last post said Liverpool were the first Premier League team, but not the first European one. Let’s leave the honor to the Romanistas, ok?
So, what can we find at Roma’s pinboards? They have merchandise, of course, neatly arranged in different pinboards, separating men’s from women’s for children’s and accesories. They also have their fan boards, and, of course, cakes, because Pinterest’s all about cakes, right? In fact, if you’re not interested in football, there’s also a pinboard dedicated to the attractions you can find in the city of Rome. Or a pinboard dedicated to what fans like in Pinterest, which ends up being filled not with football, but pets.
Yet, this pinboard offers something nice. In it, fans can vote for people who deserve to be at the team’s hall of fame. I say people because it’s not limited to players–there’s even a chance to vote for their greatest supporter, Valeria Folcarelli, now deceased.
That’s only an example of what you’ll find–legends. The pictures are truly exclusive. You can look at players from the first decade of the 1900’s–the best part, you don’t have to ask who they are. Captions are perfectly explanatory. They are history lessons, and become fascinating when you read the lives of players at Roma.
A teaser? Carlo Ancelotti, as a player. A legend in Roma before… money.