Hi Peter, would you be able to correct the nationality and background of Giuliano Maiorana in the article, please? Because there's been a lot of confusion over this, at one time an IP made an unsourced claim that Maiorana's parents were from Avellino but I've found this interview where Maiorana himself confirms this and his nationality. Other IPs have since removed information and categories relating to this and I'm still unsure about were FIFA eligibility rules and him being born in Cambridge come in and how to phrase it. Let me know what you think, cheers. Theo Mandela (talk) 23:10, 1 February 2019 (UTC)
Next time, communicate with us...
Peter, although our Wiki might be small in your (English Wiki eyes) it is still nice manners to communicate with the Afrikaans Community, good manners. I will remove the ban. Regards! Oesjaar (talk) 15:02, 24 September 2019 (UTC)
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