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ITALIAN SERIE A

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Juventus 24 1 4 73
2 AS Roma 21 2 6 65
3 Napoli 19 6 4 63
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 By Ben Gladwell

Juventus' Marko Pjaca tears anterior cruciate ligaments playing for Croatia

Gab Marcotti discusses how the links between Juventus President Andrea Agnelli and organised crime are impacting the club.
Max Allegri says playing Barcelona should be a normal occasion for a club with Juventus' European ambitions.
Massimiliano Allegri says that both Roma and Napoli could still overtake them if they do not keep winning.

Juventus will be without forward Marko Pjaca for the rest of the season after the Croatia international tore his anterior cruciate ligaments while on international duty.

Pjaca, 21, was carried off on a stretcher after twisting his knee badly when he got his foot caught in the pitch during Croatia's 3-0 friendly defeat against Estonia.

Tests conducted by the Croatian Football Federation on Wednesday morning confirmed the injury.

Compatriot Ivan Perisic, who plays for Juve's rivals Inter Milan, said...

 By Ben Gladwell

Italy coach Giampiero Ventura puzzled by Andrea Barzagli controversy

Gian Piero Ventura says it's a shame that the presence of flares in the stadium will overshadow Italy's match with Albania.

Italy coach Giampiero Ventura has said he cannot understand the controversy surrounding Andrea Barzagli's early release from international duty.

Juventus defender Barzagli was given permission to leave the Italy squad after their 2-0 win over Albania on Friday, and some Napoli fans alleged that Ventura was doing Juve a favour prior to the weekend's top-of-the-table clash between the sides.

A photo of Barzagli posing with a DJ on Saturday night also raised questions about why he had been released...

Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri beats Massimiliano Allegri to Serie A award

Maurizio Sarri Napoli boss
Maurizio Sarri's Napoli finished second behind Juventus last season.

Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri has been voted Serie A Coach of the Year, beating Massimiliano Allegri of Juventus and and Sassuolo's Eusebio Di Francesco.

The award, known as the Panchina d'oro which translates as "golden bench," recognises the best coach of the previous season, as voted for by their peers.

Sarri, 58, received 25 of 61 votes, three more than Allegri, who won the award last year. Di Francesco received seven votes.

It was a second Panchina d'oro award for Sarri, who won the Serie B prize...

 By Ben Gladwell

Andrea Barzagli photo was not from the early hours - DJ

Gian Piero Ventura says it's a shame that the presence of flares in the stadium will overshadow Italy's match with Albania.
Gian Piero Ventura says he wants to see signs Italy have progressed in the last six months when they face Albania.
Gab Marcotti reflects on Gianluigi Buffon's career and what comes next after reaching 1,000 career matches.

The DJ photographed with Andrea Barzagli at the weekend has clarified when the picture was taken in an attempt to put an end to suggestions that the Juventus defender spent Saturday night partying after leaving the Italy squad.

Barzagli, 35, was given permission to leave international duty with Italy following their 2-0 win over Albania on Friday with the Italian FA citing "personal reasons" for his release.

He has been given time off by his club Juventus too and was spotted out with his family...

 By Ben Gladwell

Gianluigi Buffon jokes about retiring with Zinedine Zidane-style headbutt

Gian Piero Ventura says he wants to see signs Italy have progressed in the last six months when they face Albania.

Italy captain Gianluigi Buffon has joked that he may decide to finish his career with a headbutt like Zinedine Zidane did, as he prepares to make his 1,000th appearance on Friday.

Juventus goalkeeper Buffon, 39, will reach the milestone when he plays for Italy against Albania in Palermo, and three points are the objective as he aims to end his career with another shot at World Cup glory.

Buffon has previously hinted that he will retire after next year's World Cup, but speaking to Sky Sport Italia,...