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Football Italian article In a new book entitled “Design for Life: The Story of a Graphic Designer” by writer and illustrator Francesco Caporelli, the former Barcelona and Milan defender has a candid and insightful discussion about the challenges and obstacles of graphic design.
“I was very lucky, I got to do it at a time when the technology was not very advanced,” Caporello writes.
“My first job as a graphic designer was in 1981 when I was still young, so I was already using a basic computer.
I had no idea what I was doing, so after a couple of months I started using the graphics program Freeware, which was really powerful.
It was a really big challenge because I was not used to the technology and I was scared to get hurt, but I was very happy.
I was so excited to make a graphic design.”
As a kid, Caporella’s first job was at the Bologna club as a technical director, and after the club finished its championship season, he moved to Milan, where he was hired as a youth coach, where, according to Caporelli, “a lot of people were going to die, because they didn’t have the training.”
“My dream was to go to Barcelona.
They had a fantastic football club and they gave me a lot of money.
I didn’t know any Spanish, but it was a great experience.
I think that’s why I always wanted to go there.
I remember going to the stadium, thinking ‘I want to play at that stadium.’
But it was so far away that I was nervous.”
After winning a World Cup in 1991, Caporlli joined the youth side of the Barcelona team and he went on to coach the team from 1992 to 1993.
After the club won the league in 1996, Caporeslli went on the bench, and he started to have doubts about his future.
“I thought about my career, I thought about what would happen with me, what would I do when I got out of the club,” he says.
In 2001, he joined the San Siro, a club that was already renowned for its youth academy. “
Then the following year, I was told that they would buy me for €15m, which is a lot in those days, and that I would play there for two more seasons, which, if you compare it to what I would have been making, was a lot.”
In 2001, he joined the San Siro, a club that was already renowned for its youth academy.
At the age of 17, Caporing was invited to train at the academy, where his father, Gianni, was then managing.
After a couple months, he had a conversation with the manager, and when he arrived, Capors father was there too.
“[I] got to see my father and talk to him about everything, and I told him ‘I don’t want to go out with you.
I want to stay in Milan, I want the best for myself, and the best thing is to sign with you, because you are a great coach, you are going to give me the best possible experience’.” “My father gave me my first lesson and he gave me this message that I had to tell him about what I thought.
‘I’m sorry, I have to say this is what I have said to you, but that is why you are the best coach for me.
I’ve seen how you work, I know how you think and what you want to do.
I told you that this is the best place for me.'”
“The coach was there and he said ‘If you don’t work at the club, we’re going to let you go.
We are going, I’ve made the decision, and now I’m leaving.’
I said ‘I can’t do this, I can’t leave.
I can only go there with the coach.'”
After that, Capored was offered a chance to leave for Udinese.
A year later, he decided to stay at Udinese and signed a two-year contract with the club.
“This was the year that I started to play in the Champions League and I scored a lot and played in a lot more matches than I normally would have,” Capores son says.
It was around the same time that he had to deal with his father’s retirement, and Capores family, including his father and his brothers, wanted to give him some time.
In 2003, the club announced that they were making the decision to sell Caporerelli.
As a player, he was already one of the best players in Italy, having won the 1994 Ballon d’Or and 1996 FIFA World Player of the Year awards, but in the early 2000s, he became a star in the country with the Juventus, Milan,