EZROAL is the new name of the EZ-Real football club.
They have been founded in August 2015 and are based in the town of Fazzo, near the town called Montecatini.
They are currently on the books of Fizzaro, a town of 2,000 people in the Piedmont region of Italy.
The club was formed in the early 90s, and the owner is now Marcelo Tardelli.
It was initially called Ezreal but it was changed to Ezreal Real in 2014 and now the name of their brand is Fizz.
Fizz have started out with an attractive football team, with players like Mario Pasquali and Stefano Perna who are now part of the team.
They started their footballing history at the age of eight, playing at the old Montecatinario stadium in Pieddono, which was demolished in 2016.
They had a great time, winning the league title in 1992 and the Serie A title in 1994.
In 2002, the club signed the first of several stars, Mario Pasqualoni, who would go on to play in every Serie A game for the rest of his career.
When Pasqualone was called up to the first team, he was asked to leave the national team, but he returned to play for the club and his future was not in doubt.
His future was in doubt too, as he was left off the squad for the World Cup in 2002.
He played the final match of the World Championships, but was substituted for the final game in Brazil after getting injured in the shootout, and later returned to the squad in Brazil.
It was a very disappointing time for the Italian footballing elite.
Pasqualona and his team were not included in the final World Cup qualifiers, but they did qualify for the next round.
Despite that, Pasqualonna had to wait a long time to finally be given his chance to play his first game for Italy.
In 2008, he joined Lazio, where he played five games in the Champions League before being loaned out to a different club, Lazio B. As he had to miss the final three matches of the season, Lazios fans went on a rampage and called for the president to sack him, although he eventually made his way back to the club.
Lazio won the Serie B title in 2009, but were relegated the following season.
After that, he moved to Lazio’s rivals, AC Milan, and stayed there until the end of the 2011-12 season, when he signed for Lazio.
However, Lazioni fans, who had been demanding a permanent return to Serie A, were not content with his signing and, in 2012, he left the club for Sampdoria.
That season, he scored 21 goals in 54 appearances, but his career in Serie A was over, as his contract with Lazio was up.
Pasqualoni was a player to watch in the last few years of his Milan career.
After the 2011 World Cup, he had a breakthrough season in the 2013/14 campaign, where Lazio finished third, but lost the league to Genoa.
This season, in the 2014/15 campaign, Lazia lost their last four games, and, like most teams, they had to play three games in five days.
And that’s when the future was looking very bright for Pasqualo.
“When I joined Milan I thought that I would have a good future, I think that I will be playing at some point in my career,” he said in 2016, while also claiming that he would have joined the likes of Real Madrid and Barcelona.
But things didn’t go as planned, and Lazio failed to qualify for a Champions League place in 2016-17.
According to reports, it is not just his time in Milan that was difficult, but the time he spent at Milan as well.
One of the reasons for that was the fact that the owner, Massimo Moratti, decided to move away from Milan to the Italian capital, taking over the team from his son, Massimiliano, who was already in charge.
Massimo Morati and Massimilano Moratti’s son, Marcello, have been accused of racism and abuse of power.
For some reason, Pasquoli had to be given a new contract, and it was signed in June 2017.
Now, after the recent announcement that the Milanese have agreed to part with their former players, it seems that Pasquoni has his eye on the future.
Although he has yet to sign a new deal, he did sign a contract extension in June that will keep him with the Rossoneri until 2021.
There is no guarantee that Pasqualosi will be part of Italy’s 2018 World