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Tag Archives: Sebastian Giovinco

Buffon Called Up By Prandelli For Germany Friendly

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

Cesare Prandelli has a big test coming up, when the Italian national team faces Germany in Dortmund on February 8th. His list of 23 called up players features some new faces, along with a few returning veterans. Yet the squad … Continue reading

Serie A Preview – Parma Looks for a Repeat of ’09-’10

Posted on by Robert

Named one of this blog’s most surprising teams of 2009-2010, Parma not only survived their first season back in Serie A but finished eighth, two spots ahead of the team that finished before them in Serie B and three points … Continue reading

Serie A Preview – The Resurrection of Juventus

Posted on by Robert

Mention the 2009-2010 season to Juventus’ 170 million fans and they will shake their head in disgust.  Italy’s most successful and beloved soccer team was a shell of itself, missing out on a European tournament spot due to poor play … Continue reading

Serie A Preview – Is Bari in Relegation Danger?

Posted on by Robert

In mid-July, I posted a story on this site proposing that Bari, if they played their cards right, could be poised for a top six finish.  In the intervening four weeks, they lost a top-flight defender and whiffed on a … Continue reading

Bari Positioning Itself for a Top Six Finish

Posted on by Robert

Bari, a city on the heel of the Italian boot, is an excellent market for Serie A and Italian soccer and the type of club that should be a mainstay in Serie A.  The metropolitan area is home to over 1.6 … Continue reading

Champions League Group Stage – Tuesday Results

Posted on by Kevin Walker

First results from match day two left both Italian clubs drawing even against opponents BATE Borisov and FC Steaua Bucuresti. Yesterday’s Match Summary BATE Borisov 2 – 2 Juventus After falling behind two goals to nil in the early going, Juventus needed … Continue reading