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Roma not in crisis -- yet

AS Roma Nov 2, 2014
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Juventus Oct 31, 2014
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Serie A Oct 31, 2014
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 By Mina Rzouki
3 hours ago

Lazio's master tactician Pioli sure to test Juventus

Juve's Massimiliano Allegri, right, will once again match wits against Lazio head coach Stefano Pioli, left.
Juve's Massimiliano Allegri, right, will once again match wits against Lazio head coach Stefano Pioli, left.

"I think Pioli's squad might put Allegri in difficulty," explained Corriere dello Sport writer Piero Torri. One is inclined to agree.

Torri is hardly the most objective journalist. A man who has consistently taken swipes at the Bianconeri, calling them 'arrogant' for their failure to realise how much they benefit from refereeing errors, he disagreed with Antonio Conte that the team he constructed in Turin was extraordinary. However, he is certainly made one accurate judgment and that is that Stefano...

9 hours ago

Serie A: Why We Watch Football

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno, Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop join the #WhyWeWatchFootball discussion and give their picks for the leagues they like best.

With the latest international break coming to a close and the frenzy of the club season about to resume, we asked some of our writers to chronicle what they love, both past and present, about the leagues they follow. It's #WhyWeWatchFootball. Here's James Horncastle on the history and class of Serie A.

Where it all began

For me, it was a goal I saw on Channel 4's cult TV show Gazzetta Football Italia. Specifically, an outside-of-the-foot volley Alessandro Del Piero hit to beat Fiorentina 3-2...

 By Mina Rzouki
1 day ago

Stephan Lichtsteiner is vital to Juventus' style of play

Stephan Lichtsteiner is an important cog in the Juventus machine.

International week is finally over, and while most are eagerly anticipating Juve's next game against Lazio, others enjoyed watching how certain players performed for their country.

Kingsley Coman played admirably for France at U-21 level and came on as a substitute to score the winner against an England side that had proved impressive prior to the defeat. Slowly developing, his talents are already appreciated in Turin, and one can only expect a bright future for the talented youngster.

Carlos...

Sumeet Paul blog profile  By Sumeet Paul
2 days ago

Milan have Inzaghi's passion to match the Mancini effect

AC Milan vice president Adriano Galliani expresses his opinion on the fan disruptions during Italy-Croatia.

Shortly after it was announced that Walter Mazzarri had been replaced by Roberto Mancini at Inter, former Italy striker Christian Vieri revealed to reporters that Milan boss Pippo Inzaghi had hoped that the change wouldn't happen ahead of the Derby della Madonnina. However, his "nightmare scenario" became reality, as the Rossoneri prepare for their city rivals.

Mancini returns for his second stint with the club, and in any case a new coach will always bring about a boost in confidence as he...

 By Mina Rzouki
7 days ago

Rugani poised to become the next great Juventus defender

Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri was full of praise for Carlos Tevez after the forward scored twice in the champions' 7-0 Serie A rout of Parma.

People often underestimate the value of an exceptional defence, rendering those who seek it, masters of negativity. The truth is, one can win without a brilliant offence but rarely can one experience success without the demonstration of excellence at the back.

Nowadays, Vincent Kompany is lauded as the best in the Premier League, Jeremy Mathieu is considered to be of Barcelona's level and David Luiz was sold for 50 million pounds. Not one of those players would have come within a mile of playing...

Sumeet Paul blog profile  By Sumeet Paul
Nov 12, 2014

Have Milan proved they are a better side without Balotelli?

The departure of Mario Balotelli has opened the door for players like Stephan El Shaarawy, right, to flourish at Milan.
The departure of Mario Balotelli has opened the door for players like Stephan El Shaarawy, right, to flourish at Milan.

Three months have passed since Mario Balotelli left the San Siro behind and joined Liverpool, but the Italian international continues to face the same questions that have haunted him throughout his career. While he battles through testing times, back in Italy there is a lingering question: Have Milan improved without him?

As soon as it became apparent that he would be leaving, it felt as though it was only a matter of time before he was criticised. Those who have followed his progress will have...