Thierry Henry through the Serie A looking-glass

Thierry Henry

Despite the globalisation of the world game, there are still some notable differences between Italian and English views on football. One example is perhaps how some in the peninsula remember the recently retired Thierry Henry. Critics and fans can still tend to be wary of players they do not see playing regularly, and Paddy Agnew provides a particularly More...

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Quagliarella & Amauri Torino
By Vito Doria On Friday, December 19th, 2014
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Toothless Torino need extra edge ahead of Europa League

On Monday afternoon Torino had discovered that their next opponents in the UEFA Europa League were Spanish side Athletic Club during the round of 32 draw in Nyon, Switzerland. The Granata will be facing the Basques More...

fernando torres milan
By Vito Doria On Thursday, December 18th, 2014

Misfiring Torres out-gunned by AC Milan front-line

AC Milan want to send Fernando Torres away despite his recent arrival and it is the right the call to make based on his start in Serie A. The 30-year-old Spanish international arrived from English giants Chelsea More...

Atletico Madrid v Juventus
By Marco Credentino On Wednesday, December 17th, 2014

Juventus must remain wary of wounded Dortmund

There was a sigh of relief from the Juventus fans when they discovered that they avoided big guns Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich in the Champions League draw for the knockout phase last week. Instead they More...

Barbara Berlusconi AC Milan
By Louis Gibberd-Thomas On Wednesday, December 17th, 2014
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AC Milan to ascend via new Fly Emirates deal

Known more extensively in world football for their association with British club Arsenal, Fly Emirates could one day be responsible for the resurrection of former European giants AC Milan. This is because the Rossoneri More...

Neto Fiorentina
By Scott Orkney On Wednesday, December 17th, 2014

One slip on a slippery slope to Neto’s Fiorentina future

Enrico Albertosi must have had a premonition about what was going to happen to Fiorentina goalkeeper Neto against Cesena at the Stadio Dino Manuzzi in Serie A on Sunday. Interviewed after the Brazilian reportedly More...

Roma - Manchester City
By Enzo Misuraca On Tuesday, December 16th, 2014

No Champions No Party — But Europa League could send Roma soaring

Roma’s disappointing group stage Champions League exit hammered a further nail into Serie A’s European football coffin, with Juventus remaining Italy’s sole representative in this season’s most prestigious More...

Savic - Cesena v Fiorentina
By Luca Gunby On Tuesday, December 16th, 2014
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Fiorentina look to Tottenham Hotspur as Europa League stepping stone

Italy are the best represented nation in the Europa League with five sides in the knockout stage and it’s now a massively important competition now for Serie A’s reputation. Roma, Napoli and Inter are all among More...

Battle Royale
By Ogo Sylla On Monday, December 15th, 2014

Serie A Battle-city royale — The WWE Story

On Sunday morning, three cities represented the top four in Serie A: Turin, Rome, and Genoa. Juventus wore the colors of Turin, as the veteran champions. Upstart challengers Roma, waved the flag for the capital. More...

Roberto Mancini Inter Milan
By Kevin Pogorzelski On Monday, December 15th, 2014

Mancini’s impossible Inter task

With just a solitary Europa League victory in a dozen matches there is no doubt that Inter coach Roberto Mancini is finding his return to the club far more testing than his first spell, and he could take significantly More...



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