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Tag Archives: Sampdoria

The Fate of Antonio Cassano

Posted on by Robert

If he were an opera star, he would be il divo.  If he were an American sports star, he would be called a prima dona (yes, Americans don’t speak other languages well) and be compared to Terrell Owens or various … Continue reading

Lessons Learned from Giornata 11

Posted on by Robert

A Halloween weekend for the 11th matchday saw tricks and treats for various clubs, players and managers.  In honor of the holiday, we will take a look at those who got their candy this weekend and those who got toilet … Continue reading

Lessons Learned From Giornata 10

Posted on by Robert

Midweek matches see some excitement and some scoring that has been absent in many match days.  The top of the table also has a familiar look with Inter, Juventus, and Sampdoria in the lead, but watch for an approaching AC … 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

Mazzarri takes on Napoli job

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

After Napoli’s disappointing start to the season, president Aurelio De Laurentis has decided to “dismiss” Roberto Donadoni as head coach, and has now hired Walter Mazzarri. Napoli were looking forward to a successful season, with new signings such as Quagliarella, … Continue reading

Lessons Learned From Giornata 6

Posted on by Robert

Two words to describe this weekend’s action: low scoring.  No team scored more than 2 goals during their match, and the highest combined goal total was 3 (Napoli’s 2-1 win over Siena).  However, a more appropriate word may be clarity, … Continue reading

Lessons Learned from Giornata 5

Posted on by Robert

It’s crunch time in Serie A, as clubs must play three games in the span of 8 days this week, and even more over the next eleven days if they are playing in international competitions. It’s a Bad Month to … 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

The Anglo Angle: A Christmas Special, Football Italia with Elvis Costello

Posted on by Kevin Walker

   I came across this little gem several weeks ago yet didn’t know how to work it into the site. After writing on Paul Ince’s demise at Blackburn Rovers under, “The Anglo Angle” it now fits in nicely as an English cross-over to … Continue reading

Match Day 15 – Derby Della Laterna

Posted on by Kevin Walker

Interesting pairings on matchday 15 and the punters are going to have a tough time picking winners.  Inter, Juventus and Roma have midweek Champions League matches after this one.  Roma must win against Bordeaux if they hope to continue and the other clubs … Continue reading

Club Italia Offers Clean Sweep In UEFA Cup !

Posted on by Kevin Walker

It was an outstanding performance for Italian football in the first round of UEFA Cup action, as all four Serie A clubs registered first-leg victory.  AC Milan adjusting to a non-Champions League season are full steam ahead winning 3 – … Continue reading

Serie A On Tv Update

Posted on by Kevin Walker

  Serie A On TV  has been updated for this week so check it out for Match Day One repeats.  There is no Serie A next Saturday due to World Cup qualifying, Serie A will return with Match Day Two Saturday Sept. 13.