New Palermo president Paul Baccaglini continuing tradition of eccentricity in Sicily

Eccentricity appears to be a prerequisite for anyone looking to take the Palermo presidency, with one unusual character succeeding another at the Stadio Renzo Barbera Overseeing around 40 coaching changes in 15 years as president, Palermo fans could be mistaken for believing they have already had the most eccentric owner in their history in Maurizio More...

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By Ogo Sylla On Thursday, March 16th, 2017

Who are the Monaco youngsters that dumped Manchester City out of Europe?

Monaco have always been known as one of France’s best youth academies, paving the way to French stars such as Thierry Henry, Emmanuel Petit, and Lilian Thuram. Still today, the Principality outfit still remains More...

By Vito Doria On Thursday, March 16th, 2017

Roma and James Pallotta’s desire to stop discarding young talent

In recent years the Giallorossi have produced an abundance of youth team graduates that have blossomed at other clubs. After seeing this trend, the Lupi president wants to put a stop to it Developing young players More...

By Conor Clancy On Thursday, March 16th, 2017

Podcast: Super Inter go ballistic, Atalanta are atrocious

Despite the weekend’s results, Conor Clancy returned to host the Forza Italian Football Podcast this week, with Nicholas Carroll and Luca Gunby joining. As is now custom, this podcast was recorded live over More...

By Conor Clancy On Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

Inter close to competing at Serie A’s summit once more

Having started the season slowly under Frank de Boer, Stefano Pioli’s Inter look as though they are, at long last, on their way back to competing with Italy’s top three With a 7-1 demolition of Atalanta More...

By Marco Jackson On Monday, March 13th, 2017

Juventus Maxed Out? Massimiliano Allegri’s Uncertain Future at the Bianconeri

As Massimiliano Allegri reaches the end of his third season at Juventus, it is looking increasingly unlikely that he will enter into a fourth. Were he to do so, however, he would be the first Bianconeri boss to More...

By Kevin Pogorzelski On Sunday, March 12th, 2017

Inter fans should reassess Antonio Candreva criticism

Antonio Candreva has failed to set the world alight since joining Inter in the summer. Despite this, his performances have not been as bad as many suggest At €22 million, Inter’s purchase of Antonio Candreva More...

By Forza Italian Football Staff On Saturday, March 11th, 2017

Who is the deadliest striker in Serie A?

This season has seen a plethora of strikers light up Serie A, from Andrea Belotti to Gonzalo Higuain, and Edin Dzeko to Dries Mertens. But which frontman has been the deadliest in front of goal? The vertical axis More...

By Nicholas Carroll On Saturday, March 11th, 2017

VIDEO: On the Couch – Juventus 2-1 AC Milan – Was it a penalty?

Controversy has rocked Serie A once again, this time in Friday night’s clash between Juventus and AC Milan. A questionable 97th minute penalty to the Old Lady would condemn the Rossoneri to a loss, causing More...

By Oscar La-Gambina On Friday, March 10th, 2017

Serie A 2016-17: Five Things To Look Out For In Round 28

What a weekend of Serie A football there is in store. Two derbies, one of the biggest games in Italian football, a family clash and lots more. After a mostly disappointing week in Champions League and Europa League More...