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Friday April 17 2020
Football Italia calcio quiz - Serie A 2003-04

Think you know your Capocannoniere from your catenaccio? Test your Serie A knowledge with Football Italia’s calcio quiz, 2003-04 edition!

The 2003-04 season saw Serie A say hello to one star of the future, Ricky Kaka, and goodbye to one of the greats, Roberto Baggio. As the Brazilian’s Milan lifted their 17th Scudetto at the end of it, the Divine Ponytail bowed out after a mesmerising career.

Ultimately, the Rossoneri claimed the title by 11 points, with Roma and Juventus fighting it out for second. Inter rounded off the top four while the teams doomed to Serie B – Perugia, Modena, Empoli and Ancona – were eventually settled by a relegation play-off.

How much do you remember about this season of comings and goings and highs and lows? Click the quiz to get started, post your score in the comments below – and buona fortuna!

Play other editions of the Football Italia calcio quiz:

Serie A 1999-00 | Serie A 2000-01Serie A 2001-02 | Serie A 2002-03

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Have your say...
10/20 :D
on the 18th April, 2020 at 3:05pm
4/20. Bad bad bad. :D
on the 17th April, 2020 at 9:18pm
19 out of 20 2003 was a good year.
on the 17th April, 2020 at 6:25pm

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