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Italian Serie A

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Vazquez could use Italy call-up to prove success isn't limited to Palermo

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Mark Donaldson preview the international friendly between Italy and England in Turin.
Argentinian-born Franco Vazquez could make his Italy debut vs. England on Tuesday.

Franco Vázquez will become the latest member of Italy's national team if he takes to the field against England in Turin on Tuesday. The Argentinian-born attacking midfielder, whose mother hails from Padua in northern Italy, has enjoyed an excellent season in Serie A with Palermo with seven goals and nine assists and is expected to make his debut off the bench for Antonio Conte's side.

Vázquez was born in Tanti, Córdoba province to an Italian mother and Argentinian father. He grew...

 By Mina Rzouki

Claudio Marchisio injury reaction reflects poorly on Juventus

Italy's team doctor has shed light on Claudio Marchisio's injury after conflicting reports on the amount of time he will be sidelined for.

The word to describe the matter is "bizarre." On Friday morning it was revealed that Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio had suffered an anterior cruciate ligament injury while on international duty and would be out for 6-8 months. The tests were made by the medical staff of the Italian national team, thus sparking controversy. Alleged death threats were made to Italy coach Antonio Conte, who has incurred the wrath of his former club for the injury to a player sorely needed by Juve at this crucial...

 By Richard Hall

Inter Milan, Mancini should use rest of season to bring through youth talent

Mancini has plenty of youth talent at Inter. Now's the time to give some of them a chance.

Inter's season has been disappointing to say the least, with recent elimination from the Europa League and the Coppa Italia adding to the sense of woe around the club. These events have dovetailed with a poor league campaign that also may see them miss out on a Europa League spot for next year's competition. Their project is not perhaps running at full speed just yet and Roberto Mancini is finding it tough to get his players to adapt to his philosophy. One constant at the club, however, is its...

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Which Milan loanees have proven they deserve to stay?

Alessio Cerci has made 11 appearances since joining Milan in January.
Alessio Cerci has made 11 appearances since joining Milan in January.

In a bid to provide manager Filippo Inzaghi with a boost in January, Milan CEO Adriano Galliani signed three players on initial loan deals to bring in depth and quality without necessarily committing to pay transfer fees. With 10 games remaining in the Serie A season, the trio still have plenty to prove before the Rossoneri commit to a full purchase.

The three men in question are Salvatore Bocchetti, Alessio Cerci and Mattia Destro, and all three have experienced a mixed start to their careers...

Lazio's Felipe Anderson has stolen Paulo Dybala's Serie A shine

Lazio attacking midfielder Felipe Anderson has been dominant of late.

Paulo Dybala was in attendance for the Clasico on Sunday night. The Palermo "Pibe d'Oro" snapped a selfie at the Camp Nou and posted it on his Twitter.

When a Lionel Messi impersonator prank-called him for Argentine radio station earlier this month, he had told the pretend Pulga: "I'd swim to Barcelona. After all, I'd only have to cross the Mediterranean."

His dream of playing alongside Messi would appear, at least in the short-term, to be more likely to happen with Argentina than Barcelona. A transfer...

 By Richard Hall

Improvement continues for Inter despite defeat

Inter head coach Roberto Mancini says an abundance of errors made it a near impossible task for his side to advance to the Europa League quarter-finals.

As Inter travelled back overnight from Genoa on Sunday, manager Roberto Mancini had much to think about in those two hours. On Monday morning, the team and the coach were up early and training in bright sunshine at the training ground in Appiano Gentile. Straight after Inter's 1-0 defeat to Sampdoria the world would have looked as bleak as the night, but in the sunny spring morning perhaps things are not so bad.

Many may have hoped but few would have believed before the game that this would be...