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Tag Archives: Palermo

Inter’s plan – keep Maicon, sell Balotelli, buy Cavani

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

Inter Milan have begun to turn in different directions this transfer market, while at first the nerazzurri were bargaining with Real Madrid about Maicon, now it seems like Balotelli could leave for Manchester City. The European champions would have to … Continue reading

The Most Surprising Clubs of 2009-2010

Posted on by Robert

In this aggravating time between the end of the Serie A season and the beginning of the World Cup, we can bide our time by looking back at the past Serie A season.  As expected by many, Inter Milan won … Continue reading

What Next For Milan?

Posted on by Rami Soufi

Milan defeated fallen giants Juventus 3-0 in a match with no consequence to the Serie A title race yet it served as the proper farewell for coach Leonardo who managed to do well despite the lack of depth in the … Continue reading

Can Any of the Bottom Three Avoid Relegation?

Posted on by Robert

On the pitch, an official has the authority to add time to a match to make up for injury or ensure that both clubs actually play 45 minutes in the half.  In the Serie A standings, there is no added … Continue reading

Lessons Learned from Giornata 26

Posted on by Robert

As Serie A takes a quick breather for a World Cup friendly this week versus Cameroon, this past weekend once again saw changes in the standings as well as a tightening championship race.  Before we look ahead and begin debating … Continue reading

Lessons Learned from Giornata 24

Posted on by Robert

Objects in your mirror are closer than they appear Inter’s 0-0 draw at Napoli was their second draw in as many matches.  That coupled with AS Roma’s 4-1 result over Palermo means i Lupi are within seven points of the … Continue reading

Lessons Learned from Giornata 21

Posted on by Robert

A nice quiet weekend in Serie A.  Fortunately, there were no matches of interest and no controversy that came out of the matches.  Nothing unusual or interesting at all. Or not.  In a weekend highlighted by the top two squads … Continue reading

Lessons Learned From Giornata 19

Posted on by Robert

We have reached the halfway point of the season, and it seems like the race for the scudetto is over (whether it is or not you can debate).  The big story from this past weekend was Milan’s thumping of Juventus … Continue reading

Lessons Learned from Giornata 18

Posted on by Robert

Like a ray of sunshine on a cloudy day, Italian soccer has returned to our airwaves, and this week’s matches saw the return of David Beckham, the goal of the year, and some good calcio as well.  As reports roll … Continue reading

Lessons Learned From Giornata 9

Posted on by Robert

The Top 6 Keep This Week Interesting Inter, Sampdoria, Juventus, Palermo, Fiorentina and AC Milan all won this weekend to raise the stakes for the mid-week matches: Genoa v. Fiorentina, Napoli v. AC Milan, Juventus v. Sampdoria, and Inter V. … Continue reading

Lessons Learned from Giornata 4

Posted on by Robert

For those who spent Saturday and Sunday away from the television and internet, or were too busy watching the Manchester Derby, here are some lessons we have learned (or in some cases relearned) from this past weekend’s Serie A action: … Continue reading

Serie A Matchday 14 Results

Posted on by Kevin Walker

Saturday, November 29th  Catania 1 – 1 Lecce Juventus 4 – 0 Reggina Sunday, November 30th  AS Roma 1 – 0 Fiorentina Atalanta 2 – 0 Lazio Cagliari 1 – 0 Sampdoria Genoa 1 – 1 Bologna Inter Milan 2 … Continue reading

Is The South Rising Upon Serie A?

Posted on by Kevin Walker

American readers quickly grasp my play on words and Italians of course know all too well the North-South rivalry alive and well in game and nation.  This season has seen a parity of representation from both halves of the Italian nation, … Continue reading

The Special One’s Goal Of Week Two

Posted on by Kevin Walker

This week’s winner was scored by Fabrizio Miccoli. Miccoli bagged two goals on Sunday against Roma but it was the first one which was particularly nice and helped set tempo for the rest of the match.  Sadly Miccoli left the match after experiencing a … Continue reading

Sack Race Begins With Palermo’s Colantuono

Posted on by Kevin Walker

Serie A has it’s first managerial change with sacking of Stefano Colantuono after rehiring late last season. Maurizio Zamparini has dismissed Colantuono for the second time and turns to former Cagliari tactician Davide Ballardini. From La Gazzetta dello Sport Reasons Why … Continue reading