Carlo Ancelotti, Aurelio De Laurentiis & Napoli Are In Complete Chaos
Nov 14, 2019
It’s hard to believe that only as far back as April 22, 2018, Napoli beat Juventus 1-0 in Turin to move top of the table with only four games remaining. Maurizio Sarri — himself now in charge at Juve — had broken the club record points total in each of the previous two campaigns, and would do so again in 2017-18, but the Naples men ultimately finished second, albeit with yet another unseen total of 91 points.
Paulo Fonseca & The Unlikely Resurgence Of AS Roma In Serie A
Nov 7, 2019
It wasn’t supposed to be like this.
10 Things In Italy: Mario Balotelli, de Ligt Handballs & Conte's Inter
Nov 5, 2019
With the action in Italy heating up both on and off the field, it’s time to get you caught up with what’s been happening in the world of Serie A and, as always, “10 Things” is here to bring you right up to date.
Roma, Fonseca Face An Injury Crisis Ahead Of Europa League Clash
Oct 23, 2019
“This is a new situation for me, something I've never experienced before.”
10 Things In Italy: Juve Take The Lead & Dries Mertens Has A Neighbor Issue
Oct 10, 2019
As always, there has been plenty of action over the last seven days in Serie A, so let’s get straight into this week’s edition of “10 Things” and get you caught up with what has been happening in the world of Italian football.
Concaclusions, Ep. 5: Raúl Jiménez Is On A Rampage For Wolves
Oct 8, 2019
The second international break of the year has arrived and the Concacaf Nations League is set to bring a healthy serving of drama on Matchdays 3 and 4.
After 3-1 Win Over Milan At The San Siro, How Far Can Fiorentina Go?
Sep 30, 2019
Vincenzo Montella’s second spell at Fiorentina was being billed as a disaster already, the results on paper not looking good at all. Although owner Rocco Commisso had insisted that Montella’s role as coach was not under threat, many pointed to poor results in ill-fated spells elsewhere as a reason why this would not work out.
10 Thing In Italy: Inter On Top, Juventus Injuries & Lazio's Issues
Sep 27, 2019
With the normal round of games plus a full midweek slate in Serie A, there was plenty happening in the Italian top flight over the last seven days. Let “10 Things” get you bang up to date with the most important news and noteworthy incidents from the peninsula.
Kluivert, Zaniolo & The 5 Second-Year Players Who Could Save Roma
Sep 21, 2019
For a club that has been near the top of the league for several years — while also producing magic on the European stage — Roma could not have ended the 2018-19 campaign in a much worse fashion.
After Champions League Draw, Conte's Inter Milan Can Prove Quality In Derby
Sep 19, 2019
Three matches, three victories.
Concaclusions, Ep. 2: Lozano Comfortable With Napoli & Dest Growing At Ajax
Sep 17, 2019
The opening two rounds of the Concacaf Nations League are in the rearview mirror, and when action resumes we will see the likes of Mexico, the U.S., Costa Rica, and Honduras join the competition. For many of the region’s top players, next up is a healthy serving of UEFA Champions League fixtures beginning Tuesday.
10 Things In Italy: Racism, Juventus Crackdown & League Leaders Inter Milan
Sep 17, 2019
As usual, the action on the field struggled to keep up with the incredible news happening away from the pitch, but fear not, because “10 Things” is here to keep you up to date with the most important moments from the last seven days in Italian football.
10 Things In Italy: A Tale Of 2 Milans, Old Juventus & Sinisa Mihajlovic
Aug 28, 2019
Serie A is back, which means “10 Things” is, too.
Despite Signing De Ligt, Juventus Are Playing An Extremely Dangerous Game
Aug 23, 2019
This summer has seen a raft of star signings arrive at new homes in Serie A, the excitement palpable as Italian clubs unveiled their latest big-name acquisition. Radja Nainggolan has returned to Cagliari, while his international teammate Romelu Lukaku left Manchester United to join Inter Milan, and he will be joined there by former Atletico Madrid captain Diego Godin.
Juventus' Faustian Bargain With Ronaldo Wasn't About The Champions League
Aug 2, 2019
Five thousand, four hundred and forty-nine miles west of Turin, Italy, in the 100-degree summer heat of Austin, Texas, I see something I’ve never seen before in this city: multiple Juventus jerseys in a single day. There’s a guy at a downtown coffee shop reading a book, his back against the concrete wall of the bottom floor of a skyscraper; I can’t make out the title of the book, but I can see the highlighter-yellow double-J of the Juve 2018-19 third kits. Hours later walking on a sidewalk, I see a guy on a scooter zoom by in a 2016-17 home kit.