Defeat at Bologna may prove a blessing in disguise for the usually impressive Sampdoria, writes Chloe Beresford.
Who knows how many tiny moments will decide the title race in Serie A this season? Susy Campanale believes we saw a few in this weekend's games.
Napoli and Juventus are already gearing up for next week's showdown, but Marco D'Onofrio warns they risk Serie A slip-ups on Sunday first.
Considering how Vincenzo Montella has done this season, Sinisa Mihajlovic deserved better treatment from Milan, argues Matthew Santangelo.
Forget Black Friday, Atalanta inflicted upon Everton a Black Thursday as their Europa League adventure went on. Andrew Tuft recounts a devastating evening for the Premier League strugglers…
Roma were comprehensively outplayed in their 2-0 defeat to Atletico Madrid, but Livio Caferoglu explains why the result wasn’t so bad…
The Bianconeri have switched from defence to attack, but Gaby McKay says it’s the midfield that needs to be addressed.
Napoli beat Shakhtar Donetsk to keep their Champions League hopes alive, but Richard Hall wonders if they really want a place in the Round of 16?
Roma are having a good time in Serie A and the Champions League under inspirational Eusebio Di Francesco, writes Daryl Hammond.
There's a revolution taking place in Serie A and anyone who assumes things are going their way will be left empty-handed, writes Susy Campanale.
Vincenzo Montella’s adjusted midfield shape failed to threaten Napoli’s goal at the San Paolo, explains Matthew Santangelo.
While Roma emerged as genuine Scudetto contenders, Nick Valerio insists Lazio can take heart from the Derby della Capitale too.
While Milan splashed out on star names this summer, Fabio Borini has been the surprise standout performer, writes Richard Hall.
Few Coaches are prepared for the Roma and Lazio pressure cooker, but as Billy Wilkinson explains, Eusebio Di Francesco and Simone Inzaghi know it well.
The best way to deal with Italy’s painful failure to qualify for the World Cup is to concentrate on change for the future, writes Chloe Beresford.
Giampiero Ventura was out of his depth, but the last few World Cups show the Azzurri lack old-fashioned talent, writes Emmet Gates.
Italy's failure to reach the 2018 World Cup was like watching a car crash unfold in slow-motion, powerless to stop it, writes Susy Campanale.
Italy are out of the World Cup for the first time in 60 years and Adam Digby lays the blame squarely at the feet of Coach Giampiero Ventura.