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 By Ben Gladwell

Juventus' Moise Kean wants World Cup win with Italy

Even playing a man up, Massimo Allegri says Porto threatened all match, and Juve had to bide their time to score.
Moise Kean said his allegiances are with Italy.

Juventus prodigy Moise Kean has set his sights on winning a World Cup with Italy as he focuses on helping the Squadra Azzurra's under-17s reach next summer's European Championship.

The 16-year-old became the first player born in the new millennium to feature in a Serie A and Champions League fixture last year and he is eligible to represent both Italy and  Ivory Coast at international level.

After featuring once again for Italy's U17s in a friendly against Austria this week, ahead of their...

 By Ben Gladwell

Mario Balotelli Italy recall put in doubt by national team manager

Julien Laurens says Mario Balotelli not only needs to rebound from his red card, but needs to step up his overall effort.
FC's Gab Marcotti reviews Mario Balotelli's sending off against Lorient, and why his form has dropped so drastically.
Wylan Cyprien's second goal in three matches helped Nice overcome Mario Balotelli's red card in a win at Lorient.
Mario Balotelli got his third red card for Nice, for what seems to be dissent after the ref ignored his claims for a foul.
After Mario Balotelli's glowing start at Nice, Julien Laurens explains why things seem to be falling apart.

Italy's team manager Gabriele Oriali has said "it's best if we talk about [Mario Balotelli] as little as possible, for everybody's sake," after the Nice striker was overlooked for a two-day training camp with the Squadra Azzurra this week.

Twenty two fringe players -- mainly consisting of youngsters -- were selected by Italy coach Giampiero Ventura for a get-together in Coverciano less than a month before he picks his next squad for a World Cup qualifier with Albania and international friendly against...

 By Ben Gladwell

Roma's Federico Fazio would consider playing for Italy after Argentina snub

Federico Fazio is frustrated by his lack of chances with Argentina.

Roma defender Federico Fazio has said he would consider representing Italy.

Fazio, who was born in Buenos Aires, has represented Argentina at the 2008 Olympic Games and in three friendlies but has yet to make an appearance for them in an official international fixture.

The 29-year-old's grandfather came from Sicily and he said that, having given up hope of a call-up from Alejandro Sabella, he could opt to play for Italy if Giampiero Ventura asked him to.

He told Ultimo Uomo magazine: "I was a regular...

Serie B chief Andrea Abodi to run for president of Italian FA

Andrea Abodi, the president of Serie B, would like to see festive fixtures in Serie A.
Andrea Abodi will run for president of the FIGC and leave his current job in charge of Serie B.

Serie B president Andrea Abodi has announced he plans to run against incumbent Carlo Tavecchio for the presidency of the Italian football federation.

The FIGC vote is on March 6.

Abodi informed Serie B clubs on Monday that he plans to step down from his position in order to campaign for the FIGC job.

Abodi says he wants to create a federation that is "transparent, modern and free of influences."

In his six and a half years at the helm of the second division, Abodi has proved innovative, notably...

Car carrying Luca Toni and Hellas Verona president attacked

Car carrying Luca Toni and Hellas Verona president attacked
A car carrying Luca Toni, left, and Hellas Verona club president Maurizio Setti came under attack on the way to a match in Avellino.

AVELLINO, Italy -- Italy World Cup winner Luca Toni and the president of Serie B club Hellas Verona had their car attacked while traveling to a match on Saturday in the southern town of Avellino.

Toni, who is part of Verona's management team, says the aggressors mistook them for fans because club president Maurizio Setti was wearing a scarf with the team's colours.

Toni told Italy's Sky TV that a window of the car was broken where Setti was sitting and that the president was hit by a bottle of beer.

Toni...