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Sumeet Paul blog profile  By Sumeet Paul

AC Milan turn in tepid performance in goalless draw with Chievo Verona

Though his team played well on defence, Filippo Inzaghi's AC Milan side continued their inability to score goals.

AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi has made no secret of his desire to see the team play attractive, entertaining football. It has been requisite for any coach of the Rossoneri, and it is no different for Filippo Inzaghi. However, his side failed yet again to entertain on Saturday night in a drab goalless draw with Chievo.

The statistics will reveal that Milan had more possession than their rivals yet had less overall attempts on goal, as a recurring lack of creativity and flair haunted them yet...

 By Richard Hall

Inter show improvement but still have a long way to go

Celtic manager Ronny Delia said the referee had a bad day at work, while Roberto Mancini believes that the red card helped his side dominate the second half.

Fredy Guarin's late thunderbolt gave Inter Milan a 1-0 victory over Celtic in the Europa League sending them through to the next round 4-3 on aggregate. The Milan club have been in good form of late winning four and drawing one out of their last five. This does not tell the whole story however, and coach Roberto Mancini has made in clear that improvements are needed still.

"We are getting better, but still make mistakes in every single match. When we don't make mistakes any more, then we can say...

Parma's recent financial failures in Serie A disgrace a once-proud club

Alessandro Lucarelli says that the Parma team will pay the coach and hotel for the away game against Genoa as computers are removed from the training centre in Parma, Italy.

"We're going to Genoa on Sunday, even by car," Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli insisted, "We want to play."

Just pause for a moment and imagine the scene on the A21 motorway between the two cities as a convoy of professional footballers drive the 130 miles to the game -- the stops for petrol, maybe even for directions.

Supporters' groups have offered the buses they had organised for the journey while Genoa owner Enrico Preziosi is even willing to put Parma up in a hotel for the night. While grateful...

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AC Milan starting XI: Helping Filippo Inzaghi settle on his ideal team

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AC Milan have many options, but this might be the best.

AC Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi has come under intense scrutiny for a number of reasons this season but, regardless whether you believe he is the man for the job or if owner Silvio Berlusconi and CEO Adriano Galliani are to blame for the team's woes, his team selection is one of the main things in the spotlight.

All coaches receive criticism in this area and Inzaghi is no different. The 42-year-old has rotated and experimented with various ideas in his opening season as Milan coach, and that has...

 By Richard Hall

Mauro Icardi must stay at Inter: key points from their 2-1 win vs. Cagliari

Icardi scored another vital goal for Inter in a difficult season, underscoring why they can't afford to lose him.

Inter climbed to seventh in the table after overcoming Cagliari 1-2 in Sardinia. Roberto Mancini has a lot to think about in the aftermath of the match as whilst some of his team allowed him to feel positive and proud, other members have done nothing but pose a conundrum that he is struggling to solve.

Inter are still looking to grab the final European spot and three league wins on the bounce is certainly reason to give them hope. Individual and collective errors will need to be ruled out however...

Roma draw with Hellas Verona to raise more questions about Garcia's squad

Sunday's draw with Hellas Verona was Roma's 6th in 7 games.

While Roma's 1-1 draw against Hellas Verona can hardly be considered a surprise, the situation at the club is becoming increasingly worrisome. The side have evolved incrementally throughout the season despite trotting out the same old result on a nearly weekly basis. However, on Sunday, instead of conceding first and then rallying to win, the Giallorossi delivered the opposite.

Club legend Francesco Totti opened the scoring with his 240th goal for the club but Hellas Verona levelled the scores after...