MILAN - Ten years after his last birthday - his 80th - and his passing, Peppino Prisco, una penna due colori (Peppino Prisco, one feather two colours) reaches the bookshops. Published by ExCogita (in Italian only), it has been written by two Nerazzurri fans who are passionate about Inter but also about historical research: Marco Pedrazzini and Federico Jaselli Meazza, grandson of the great Meazza, to whom the same two authors dedicated another book, Il mio nome è Giuseppe Meazza, on the centenary of the legendary Nerazzurri striker's birth in 2010.
Both books expertly trace a life story by drawing on direct sources - in the case of the lawyer Prisco, his son Luigi. The result is a fascinating chronicle, weaved together with anecdotes, original documents and previously unpublished photographs depicting a life dedicated to two passions: the Alpini and Inter. Which Prisco himself defined as "my only extra-marital love affairs".