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Serie A heavyweights head-to-head

50-50 Challenge 2 days ago
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Rugani a future star for Juve

Juventus Nov 13, 2014
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23 hours ago

Roberto Mancini's appointment at Inter breathes new life into Milan derby

Former Inter striker Diego Milito supports Roberto Mancini's appointment as the team's new head coach.

Over dinner at the beginning of the international break, Pippo Inzaghi chose to confide something to his friend and former teammate Christian Vieri. "He told me: 'I just hope Inter don't change coach before the derby.'" Vieri revealed to BeIN Sports. Come last Friday, Inzaghi had to confront his worst fear.

At 11:08 that morning, Sky Italia's Gianluca di Marzio tweeted his scoop. It had yet to be made official, but Inter were in the process of sacking Walter Mazzarri. Their directors had met with...

1 day ago

James Pallotta wants to take AS Roma, Serie A, to top of world football

Ahead of their league clash with Torino, Roma head coach Rudi Garcia believes his side can achieve great things this season.

The thing about owning AS Roma and telling the world about your long-term project to make the giallorossi into the dominant force in Europe is that there almost too many clichés.

It wasn't built in a day, we get it. But, ultimately, all roads lead there, which is why there is so much potential. The key though, now that you're in Rome, is knowing when -- and to what extent -- to do as the Romans do and when to do your own thing, your way.

James Pallotta eschews these aphorisms. He has his own....

 By Rory Smith
1 day ago

Milan derby a sad reminder of Europe's fallen kings

Former Inter striker Diego Milito supports Roberto Mancini's appointment as the team's new head coach.

As far as Fernando Torres is concerned, this is the moment he has been waiting for. When the striker landed at Milan's Malpensa airport, back in the final throes of the summer transfer window, the few hundred AC Milan fans who had gathered to meet him made just one demand of their club's new signing. "Winning the derby," he says, "is the first thing they asked me."

This weekend brings with it one of Europe's great fixtures, the game they call ll Derby della Madonnina. Filippo Inzaghi's AC Milan...

 By Mina Rzouki
2 days 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...

2 days ago

50-50 Challenge: AC Milan vs. Inter Milan

Roberto Mancini, one of Inter Milan's most successful managers, has returned, and believes he can bring success back to the San Siro.

The Derby della Madonnina is Sunday as the two fallen giants in Serie A will lock horns. ESPN FC bloggers Sumeet Paul (AC Milan) and Richard Hall (Inter Milan) tackle the 50-50 Challenge to preview the showdown...

Sum up the rivalry in 10 words or less.

Sumeet Paul: A battle between two successful, historic and prestigious city rivals.

Richard Hall: The source of dreams and aspirations. Serie A's greatest game.

What shape are you in ahead of this one?

SP: Milan are without a win in their last four...

2 days 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...