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Ventura ignoring Italy advice
A balanced 4-3-3 formation would be the right choice for Italy against Sweden, says Vilizar Yakimov, but Giampiero Ventura isn’t listening.
Farewell, Maestro Pirlo
Andrea Pirlo stood out above all others because he never put himself above all others, argues Andrea Tallarita.
Buffon comes full circle
If there's one man who can guide Italy through the World Cup play-off, writes Emmet Gates, it's the goalkeeper who made his debut in one 20 years ago.
Azzurri finally open to Jorginho
Giampiero Ventura finally bowed to pressure by calling Jorginho and Simone Zaza, but Richard Hall asks is it too late to rescue Italy's World Cup hopes?
Wk12: Depth charge
Few expected Roma to be the paragons of squad rotation, but Napoli lack understudies and Milan are missing ideas, writes Susy Campanale.
Lazio no flash in the pan
Simone Inzaghi and his Aquile have answered the doubters so many times that they must be taken seriously, writes Jamie Thorn.
Giampaolo set for greater things
With Sampdoria soaring up the table and preparing for the Derby della Lanterna tonight, Daryl Hammond watches Marco Giampaolo's progress.
Napoli's Euro deja vu
Napoli's 4-2 defeat to Manchester City eerily mirrored last year's Real Madrid match and proved the same problems remain, argues Emmet Gates.
Montella can revive Milan again
Vincenzo Montella fixed Milan’s problems once and he can do it again, writes Richard Hall, if given time.
Napoli all or nothing
Defeat to Manchester City highlighted the lack of strength in depth at Napoli and now they must prioritise, writes Nick Valerio.
No limits for new Euro-Roma
The Giallorossi should not limit themselves after producing one of their best ever European performances against Chelsea, writes Vilizar Yakimov.
Napoli need Man City result
Maurizio Sarri has gone all-in for the Scudetto, writes Jack Stevens, but can’t ignore the Champions League and Manchester City.
Wk11: Not everyone has a Higuain
Week 11 showcased how important it is to have a top-class centre-forward and, notes Susy Campanale, not just for the goals they score.
Milan project far-fetched
After five defeats in the opening 11 rounds, those pre-season projections of Milan being title contenders seem laughably over-the-top for Billy Wilkinson.
Milan-Juve rivalry slowly restored
As we witnessed last season, the once-revered Milan-Juventus rivalry has begun its restoration over the past few years, writes Matthew Santangelo.
Milan seeking right path
The Rossoneri have so far lacked the clarity and consistency of their city rivals Inter, writes Nick Valerio.
Napoli must learn to rotate
With a few key additions in January and an increased willingness to rotate, Napoli could overcome their depth problems, writes Chloe Beresford.
Fortune favours the brave
A slow start has put Juventus and Max Allegri under enormous pressure, but Vilizar Yakimov believes a small shift in mindset could make all the difference.
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