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Roma were famous for shying away on the big European stage, but a new and exhilarating approach was seen against Chelsea, writes Tom Scholes.
Napoli leave Manchester pondering what might’ve been in a much-anticipated showdown, writes Jack Stevens.
Napoli-Manchester City sees Maurizio Sarri and Pep Guardiola put their philosophies on the table. Livio Caferoglu analyses the two tactical artisans.
Sunday’s Derby defeat to Inter proved once again Vincenzo Montella is struggling to forge an identity with his Milan, writes Matthew Santangelo.
Napoli's victory at Roma showed Maurizio Sarri's men have other skills to draw from, including a strong defence and mentality, writes Billy Wilkinson.
Going into the first Derby della Madonnina of the season, Milan and Inter have swapped their traditional characteristics, writes Susy Campanale.
Juventus have the opportunity for Supercoppa revenge on Lazio, but risk another Simone Inzaghi tactical lesson, writes Daryl Hammond.
In an open letter to Giampiero Ventura, Luca LaPorta urges the Italy CT to call-up Mario Balotelli for the play-offs.
Not everyone appreciates the Chinese takeover of the Milan Derby, but Richard Hall insists it was the only way to get these clubs back to the glory days.
Roma and Napoli both play 4-3-3, but a more detailed look shows that they have completely different styles, writes Vilizar Yakimov.
The Azzurri achieved the bare minimum and must improve in all departments if they are to reach the World Cup, writes Nick Valerio.
As Ciro Immobile prepares to lead the line for Italy against Albania, Greg Murray looks at the striker’s recent resurgence.
Juventus need to start trusting the centre-back, writes Elio Salerno.
Italy’s World Cup qualifying campaign may not seem too bad on paper, but it has raised major question marks over their Coach, writes Chloe Beresford.
Italy unveiled a new badge and kit against Macedonia, but Adam Digby saw the same old Coach and uninspired performance.
With a 4-2-4 formation costing Italy dearly against Spain, Giampiero Ventura should switch to a more balanced approach, writes Vilizar Yakimov.
Carlo Ancelotti is destined to be the Italy Coach, writes Richard Hall, but when is the right time for him and the Nazionale?
Despite Milan’s turbulent start to the season, Vincenzo Montella must stay on as Coach, argues Matthew Santangelo.