Roma rejuvenated by Taddei’s renaissance

Rodrigo Taddei - Roma

Standing in attendance among the Curva Sud at the Stadio Olimpico for their recent fixture against Atalanta, I could not help wonder if some Roma fans around me were perhaps hard of hearing as the teams were announced before the game. For a massive roar went up around me when the name of a certain Roma starting player whose name began with ‘T’ More...

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Luca Toni - Verona
By Stewart Rickerd On Wednesday, April 16th, 2014
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Serie A – European football’s elixir of life

Over the years Serie A has seen its fair share of individuals playing well on into their thirties and still enjoying huge levels of success on the field, defying the logic that older players tend to take a back More...

Mirko Vucinic - Juventus
By Marco Credentino On Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

Mirko Vucinic – Set to leave Juventus with a smile

From an indispensable first teamer to a benchwarmer, how has Mirko Vucinic’s career at Juventus turned upside down? From being a key part of a Juventus side that won two Scudetto’s on the trot, he now finds More...

Serie B Logo 2014
By Marco Jackson On Monday, April 14th, 2014

Cadets hoping to join the big boys in Serie A

By its very nature, Serie B acts as a holding room for teams outside Serie A. For some, it represents the pinnacle of achievement and is the level at which a club needs to be steady before an assault on the top More...

Bonaventura - Atalanta
By Drew Farmer On Friday, April 11th, 2014

Serie A’s four-way battle for the Europa League

Though Atalanta lost to Sassuolo on Sunday afternoon, La Dea had entered the game as Serie A’s hottest team. Despite crashing back down to earth 2-0, Atalanta had looked the better side through much of the More...

Ghoulam - Napoli
By Kevin Pogorzelski On Thursday, April 10th, 2014

Ghoulam’s new Napoli adventure

In a football mad city like Naples it doesn’t take long for new Partenopei players to find themselves getting recognised by their adoring fans, but for Faouzi Ghoulam it has been his displays as much as pulling More...

Mattia Destro and Ciro Immobile
By Peter Galindo On Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

Immobile or Destro – Who should go to Brazil?

Both Ciro Immobile and Mattia Destro have been two of the most in-form, young Italian strikers in Serie A this season. Since it’s a World Cup year, the debate with every Azzurri supporter is who should be More...

Juan Cuadrado - Fiorentina
By Marco Credentino On Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

Fiorentina’s ‘old school’ Cuadrado lighting up the right side of Serie A

Good old fashioned pacey wingers are unfortunately becoming part of a dying breed in modern football. While they’re not fading as fast as the old-school number 10’s, teams are starting to move away from the More...

Benitez napoli
By Stewart Rickerd On Monday, April 7th, 2014

Napoli and Benitez – Just making up the numbers

For most Serie A sides a third place finish would be considered a good season, however for this Napoli it would be considered a failure. This was supposed to be the season where they challenged Juventus and yet More...

Goal of the Month
By Carlton Diniz On Monday, April 7th, 2014

Serie A Goals of the Month – March 2014

With only six matchdays remaining, Juventus sit pretty on 81 points – plus a game in hand, with Roma trailing the defending champions by five points and Napoli lagging 12 behind the Giallorossi. The following More...



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