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Tag Archives: Daniele De Rossi

Inter Swapping Balotelli for Rossi?

Posted on by Robert

As I always say when I write about transfers, please take this post with a grain of salt – there are so many transfer rumors out there that will never pan out. That being said, Rafa Benitez should acquire Giuseppe … Continue reading

Who Are the Starting 11 for the Azzurri?

Posted on by Robert

An ESPN interview with some of the Italian national team players shows that not even the squad seems to know who will be on the pitch on Sunday when they kick off versus Paraguay.  Marcello Lippi has been tight-lipped about … Continue reading

Lessons Learned from Giornata 12

Posted on by Robert

The International Break is a Welcome One for Top Squads The 1-1 Inter-Roma draw this weekend highlighted the risk for top flight Serie A clubs participating in international tournaments; Inter has played three matches this month already and eight in … Continue reading

What Next For Roma?

Posted on by Kevin Walker

Roma given a byweek with the suspended match against Sampdoria, didn’t help the least as Juventus handed the Giallorossi a 0 – 2 loss yesterday. All focus now is on Champions League success for the capital side as their scudetto run is done and … Continue reading

Italy 2 – 0 Georgia Highlights

Posted on by Kevin Walker

Thank you Mr. De Rossi for your two goals against Hector Cuper’s Georgia and what goals they were.  With a cannon shot in the 16th minute, coming from over 25 yards out, Daniele De Rossi would provide Italy the match winner.  No chance for … Continue reading

Roma Crushed At White Hart Lane

Posted on by Kevin Walker

Fluent play by Spurs and poor defending by Roma ultimately led to a 5-0 drubbing of the Giallorossi.  New recruits outperform for Tottenham including, Bentley, Giovani Dos Santos and Modric.  At times Tottenham looked more like Roma we all know and love. It was only … Continue reading