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Horncastle: Totti turning the clock back

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 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus complete their remarkable turnaround in Serie A, so what's next?

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti analyses Juventus' road to their fifth straight Serie A title and the means it took to achieve.

They blew it; they knew they did. Pitted against a Barcelona side dubbed the greatest in history, Juventus had their chances to win and lift the Champions League trophy but couldn't. That plane ride home from Berlin after the 2015 final provoked a thousand emotions and a time for introspection.

One player aboard that very plane sat observing. Surrounded by disconsolate champions, he was trying to make sense of what happened, attempting to familiarise himself with the behaviour of those within...

 By Richard Hall

Inter Milan with plenty of reasons to finish strong in Serie A

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to the Inter-Udinese game which made history by becoming the first Serie A game to start with all foreign players.

For Inter Milan, a spot in next season's Europa League is guaranteed, there has been a vast improvement on last season's finish and the structure and future of the club looks bright. The club is undeniably going in the right direction, but there is still work to do. The team has not been able to achieve their preseason goal of reaching the Champions League and the squad is still not in the coaches' mould just yet, hence the style of play has been widely questioned. As the Nerazzurri prepare to...

Sumeet Paul blog profile  By Sumeet Paul

Silvio Berlusconi's sale of AC Milan would be the right move

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti breaks down the latest reports about the potential sale of AC Milan.

Conflicting reports and a confusing sequence of events have dominated talk at AC Milan this week, with suggestions and subsequent dismissals that the club is nearing a potential agreement for a takeover.

Silvio Berlusconi, who has been at the helm of the Rossoneri since 1986, faces a bitterly difficult decision as to whether or not he should finally hand over the reins to new ownership. For a man who has overseen the club winning 28 trophies and has helped bring some of the most illustrious names...

Juventus as powerful as ever in wrapping up fifth straight Scudetto

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti assesses Juventus manager Max Allegri's comments assuring that winning the Champions League is the Bianconeri's main target now.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti analyses Juventus' road to their fifth straight Serie A title and the means it took to achieve.

In the end, Juventus won the title sul divano. On the sofa. Sunday's dramatic late win in Florence, where the Old Lady hadn't won in the league in four years, meant she could sit back and enjoy Monday's bank holiday games at the club's Vinovo training ground knowing that if Napoli didn't win in Rome, a fifth Scudetto in a row would be hers.

Alvaro Morata, the supersub and match winner against Fiorentina, got the cigars out. Simone Zaza lit one up. The club put the champagne on ice. Already showered...

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AC Milan slump to another defeat as season ebbs away

Milan lost for the 10th time in Serie A this season.

AC Milan coach Cristian Brocchi took full responsibility for his side's 2-1 defeat at Hellas Verona on Monday, as the Rossoneri's slump continues.

Having now won just one of their last eight matches, Milan are stumbling their way to the finish line in what is turning out to be yet another miserable season.

Aside from missing out on the opportunity to close the gap on fifth-placed Fiorentina, Brocchi's side now sit just one point above Sassuolo with three games remaining in the race for Europa League...

 By Terry Daley

Radja Nainggolan leads Roma to win vs. Napoli, keeps race for second alive

Nainggolan was a constant thorn in Napoli's side, leading Roma's press in midfield and scoring the key goal.

Amid all the talk about Juventus' record-equalling fifth straight Serie A title, which was confirmed following Roma's dramatic 1-0 defeat of Napoli in Rome on Monday afternoon, the impact of the Giallorossi's win on the Champions League race has almost been lost. Radja Nainggolan's skidding, last-minute winner officially stamped out the remaining embers of Napoli's Scudetto hopes and also put third-placed Roma just two points behind their southern rivals with three games left.

Luciano Spalletti...