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Senad Lulic believes “competition for places is healthy for everyone” at Lazio. “Our objective remains the Champions League.”
The structure of the 2019-20 Coppa Italia has been confirmed, with Napoli, Lazio, Atalanta, Inter, Milan, Torino, Roma and Juventus all seeded.
The dates for the 2019-20 Serie A and Coppa Italia campaign have been confirmed.
Udinese were all over the place this season, going through three tacticians, plummeting towards the drop zone and rising back up, writes Michelle Osei Bonsu.
What was once a season of hope ended with disappointment, as Fiorentina barely avoided relegation, writes Philippe Hitti.
Lazio claimed a seventh Coppa Italia trophy, but under-performing in the Europa League and Serie A will have left the club with some regrets, writes Vijay Rahaman.
Roma's mediocre campaign ended with President James Pallotta pulling the plug on his entire project, and now prospects look awfully grim, writes Andrea Tallarita.
Napoli did well to defy expectations set for them by pundits, but their lack of identity under Carlo Ancelotti left many fans disappointed, writes Massimo Nuzzo.
Gian Piero Gasperini feels Atalanta deserve the Champions League for their consistent, attacking approach. “The tension is building, but it’s positive tension.”
Atalanta have slammed the ‘scandalous’ decision not to award them a penalty during their Coppa Italia Final loss to Lazio.
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