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Sassuolo prove modern football's beauty
Richard Hall gives credit to Sassuolo’s debut in the Europa League and the long hard struggle it celebrates.
Aussie trip bolsters Juve preparations
Juventus completed their two-match tour of Australia this week ahead of the new season. Luca Cetta was in Melbourne to get a close-up look at Bianconeri preparations.
Will Pogba pick fool's gold or logic?
Paul Pogba’s future has been the subject of debate all year long, but in the end Juventus will always be a winner, writes Vincent Van Genechten.
Inter and Mancini need each other
With speculation surrounding the future of Inter Coach Roberto Mancini, Edo Dalmonte cautions against a hasty divorce.
Lotito: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly
With fans in open revolt and Marcelo Bielsa dumping Lazio, Edo Dalmonte wonders whether Claudio Lotito is helping.
What Chelsea can expect from Conte
Tactical superiority, unrivalled passion and focus could bring silverware back to the Bridge this season, writes Paul Hill.
Napoli's Image Problem
Whist rivals Juventus are busy strengthening their squad, Napoli’s deals are failing at the eleventh hour, writes Chloe Beresford.
Much ado about nothing at Inter
As Inter jet off to the United States, President Erick Thohir steps in to quash the rumour mill, writes Richard Hall.
Ignore price-tag for Higuain-Juventus
The price-tag for Napoli's Gonzalo Higuain is big, writes Vincent Van Genechten, but for Juventus this is about so much more.
Euro 2016 Team of the Tournament
Following Portugal’s rather unexpected triumph in Paris, Edo Dalmonte rates the Euro 2016 XI he’d go into battle with.
Rating the Azzurri
Now that Italy’s Euro 2016 is over, David Swan looks back over the best and worst performers.
Half a glass for Azzurri
There were mixed feelings when Italy went out of Euro 2016 to Germany. Susy Campanale unpicks the emotional knot.
Azzurri Ultra: Grazie ragazzi
If ever there was a heroic defeat, then Azzurri fan Richard Hall considers Euro 2016 reason to feel proud of Italy.
Azzurri not daring enough
Though the Azzurri went down fighting against Germany, Edo Dalmonte wonders if Italy should have risked more.
Azzurri Ultra: History is today
Past glories are reassuring, but Italy have to focus on the here and now to beat Germany, warns Richard Hall.
De Sciglio can stun Germany
If Italy are to dispose of Germany, then Milan wing-back Mattia De Sciglio will be key, argues Chloe Beresford.
Azzurri Ultra: United we stand
Italy are showing more unity than even in 2006, exemplified by Lorenzo Insigne, argues Richard Hall.
Irresistible force, meet immovable object
After disposing of Spain, David Swan writes, Italy now face a Germany team that's better technically but poorer mentally.
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