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Alvaro Morata is the ideal striker for Andrea Pirlo’s Juventus for precisely the same reasons he struggled in London and Madrid, writes Susy Campanale.
As the 2020-21 season begins next weekend, Susy Campanale maintains the sides who stick to the beaten path can get a head start on those chasing a new vision.
The Champions League has again proved itself to be unpredictable and perhaps Juventus can re-evaluate the ‘failure’ tag when compared with Manchester City, writes Susy Campanale.
A point each felt like a defeat for both Roma and Inter, writes Susy Campanale, but Antonio Conte found yet more reasons to complain.
Atalanta are grabbing headlines all over Europe, but Susy Campanale insists they are only at the forefront of a spectacular attacking movement in Serie A football.
Just as a leopard can't change its spots, some Serie A clubs simply cannot shake their natural identities, for good or bad, writes Susy Campanale.
Italy’s Minister for Sport Vincenzo Spadafora has made an absolute hash of handling the post-pandemic football response in Italy, writes Susy Campanale.
Chievo winger Eriberto shocked the football world in 2002 when confessing he’d lied about his age, name and entire identity, as Luciano Siqueira was four years older…
The Coronavirus crisis has brought the worst out of Serie A and all Italian organisations, as Susy Campanale urges everyone to just accept what needs to be done.
Lazio have grown both on and off the field in recent years, as Susy Campanale sees them rivalling Roma to become the leading light in the Capital.