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Tag Archives: serie A

What We Learned From The Opening Round Of The Serie A

Posted on by Luca Lollini
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The new season of Serie A began with no surprises and a low amount of goals – only 19. It is a sign that all defences are still a work in progress. Both Juventus and Roma, the two favorites teams … Continue reading

Striker May Be Needed If Juventus Want To Be Legitimate Champions League Contender

Posted on by Ben Rosener
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Does Juventus need another attacker? Whether it be a new striker or an additional attacking-minded midfielder, is one needed? It’s early in the Serie A season, but coach Massimiliano Allegri has already shown that he will at the very least, … Continue reading

Preview To The 2014-15 Serie A Season

Posted on by Anthony Pepe
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The new Serie A season is kicking-off this weekend, as Chievo Verona host holding champions Juventus on Saturday (Noon ET). Will the Old Lady retain the title for a fourth consecutive time or will the ever-improving Roma snatch it away? Can Napoli … Continue reading

Geoff Cameron Must be Calculated and Logical About His Playing Future

Posted on by Earl Reed
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Rumors abound that American international Geoff Cameron is being courted both within the Premier League as well as on the continent. ProSoccerTalk links Cameron to a number of clubs, the biggest name being traditional Serie A contender Lazio. But recent … Continue reading

The Cord Cutter’s Guide to Watching Soccer on US TV and Internet

Posted on by Chris Moore
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If you are like many out there who don’t want to have a monthly cable/satellite bill anymore, but still want to watch live soccer matches, you are in luck. “Cord cutters” now have many different ways to watch live soccer … Continue reading

The Undervalued Importance of Assistant Managers

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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It’s safe to say that if an average soccer fan were shown a picture of José Mourinho and asked which club he managed, he would know the answer straight away. Same would be said for Carlo Ancelotti, Pep Guardiola, or … Continue reading

Report: AS Roma Wants Donovan. Badly

Posted on by Robert Hay

Often I view the end of the European soccer season as a silly time, because every player with any talent (and some without) are rumored to be acquired by one club or another.  This speculation extends to MLS because the … Continue reading

AC Milan Without Limits After Derby Victory

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

There’s little to write about regarding the scudetto race of the Serie A now. A commanding 3-0 win by AC Milan over Inter has seemingly decided that this season we will have a new champion. The scudetto is now for … Continue reading

Serie A’s best signings: Ibrahimovic, Cavani & Krasic

Posted on by Rami Soufi

The current Serie A season has seen a trio of clubs compete for the Scudetto with Milan ahead by a small margin over Inter and Napoli respectively. The Milan-Inter showdown, set after the international break, will determine to a large … Continue reading

Serie A clubs struggling in the Champions League

Posted on by Rami Soufi

Italy’s elite clubs are struggling in the Champions League and have struggled since 2000 despite two trophies won by Milan and one by Inter in the last decade. Italian clubs were the dominant force in the 1990s with Milan and … Continue reading

Udinese Have No Fear Under Guidolin

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

When Francesco Guidolin left Parma to manage Udinese, I was disappointed. Guidolin had united a set of strong individuals, managing Parma all the way up to eighth in the table last season. Udinese finished 15th this past season, yet Guidolin … Continue reading

Juventus To Face Last-Placed Bari

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

This upcoming weekend gives Juventus a great chance to bounce back from their bad run of defeats. Having only taken one point in nine the past three matches in the Serie A, Juventus need to pick themselves up if they … Continue reading

Five Things To Note From Serie A This Weekend

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

It had been a long time that the Serie A wasn’t as interesting as it is now. The vacuum left by Inter’s downfall  was filled with a tempestuous AC Milan which is now beginning to slow down. Along with AC … Continue reading

Federico Macheda Could Play Against Roma

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

While one of the biggest moves of the January transfer window happened recently, with Toni going to Juventus, there have been plenty of other, quieter moves which have gone unmentioned. Mostly they are young, aspiring Italians joining clubs on loan … Continue reading

Juventus Replace Quagliarella With Toni

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

After the sad news that Fabio Quagliarella will be out for the rest of the season, Juventus got a replacement in record time. It’s Luca Toni who will be replacing Quagliarella (out for 4-6 months with a torn cruciate knee … Continue reading

Leonardo Revives Inter With First Win

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

During the winter break Serie A fans got to contemplate many things. How will Cassano do at AC Milan? What new signings will we see in the January transfer window? And how will Leonardo do at Inter Milan? The last … Continue reading

Massimiliano Allegri Returns To Face Cagliari

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

The Serie A will be resuming tomorrow, when a fresh slate of midweek games will be played. There are many interesting fixtures, but the one which I’m really looking forward to is Cagliari – AC Milan. AC Milan coach Massimiliano … Continue reading

Moves To Expect This January Transfer Market

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

With a new year upon us, the January transfer window will be opening up soon. While normally we don’t see super-stars switch allegiances in this period, but 2011 could be different. The names of Klose, Toni, Gilardino, and Kaka have … Continue reading