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This Italy-Germany was more lop-sided than any that have come before, which is why Andrea Tallarita expected a win.
Barcelona seem the most logical choice for Marco Verratti, but Billy Wilkinson warns it’s not that simple for the Paris Saint-Germain rebel.
After a year to forget, Zenit appointed Roberto Mancini in a move that promises to be highly beneficial for both parties, writes Vilizar Yakimov.
Advances in technology haven't just changed football on the pitch, but moved the big game on to the small screen with smartphones giving fans more access than ever before.
Luigi Di Biagio and his Italy youngsters were taught a harsh lesson by the Czech Republic, but Livio Caferoglu thinks there is only one culprit.
Lorenzo Pellegrini’s bicycle-kick is just a hint of what Roma and Italy have to look forward to, writes Chloe Beresford.
With Liverpool on the verge of signing Roma forward Mohamed Salah, Adam Summerton hails his improvement during two-and-a-half seasons in Serie A 
The soon to be Juventus striker continues his breakout season when his Czech Republic face Italy in the Under-21 Euros, writes Nick Valerio. 
Pepe Reina’s status is creating uncertainty in a pivotal role for Napoli, writes Richard Hall.
The European Under-21 Championship is the ideal stage for Domenico Berardi to prove he has matured, writes Matthew Santangelo.
With Roma having to balance the books, Giallorossi fans may be in for a long summer, Edo Dalmonte writes. 
Gianluigi Donnarumma is walking out on his supposedly beloved Milan and it’s too easy to blame Mino Raiola, writes Susy Campanale.
Unlike previous traumatic summers, Adam Digby is confident Juventus will be about evolution, not revolution.
As a new era begins at Roma, Adam Summerton suggests Coach Eusebio Di Francesco has been dealt a very good hand.
The last couple of weeks have made Milan fans like Susy Campanale almost afraid to feel optimistic again. Is it safe to hope?
The number of players flowing between senior and Under-21 Italy squads bodes well for the Euros and beyond, writes Richard Thomas.
Italy are learning that frenetic football produces more frustration than flow, notes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
Giampiero Ventura's beloved 4-2-4 conceals more than it reveals about the Azzurri's new identity, writes Andrea Tallarita.