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Inter are close in on their first trophy in the Suning era and Richard Hall analyses how the Nerazzurri can further develop.
It is still unclear whether Cristiano Ronaldo threw his jersey to a ball boy on purpose, but Lorenzo Bettoni argues that's the last thing Juventus should be worried about.
Gennaro Gattuso is expected to part ways with Napoli at the end of the season, but Vijay Rahaman believes the 2006 Italy World Cup winner deserves more recognition.
Fiorentina vs. Atalanta will make history when it becomes the first Serie A game to air on one of the major U.S. broadcast networks and Susy Campanale thinks it’ll be a great ad for Calcio.
Roma sealed a crucial away win at Ajax and Owen Diana reckons Pau Lopez's penalty-kick save must be their season's turning point.
Inter proved that dominating possession is not the only way to win and Richard Hall argues Antonio Conte is following in Giovanni Trapattoni’s footsteps.
Juventus dealt with the pressure sealing a crucial 2-1 win over Napoli, but the race for the top four is not over yet, writes Lorenzo Bettoni from the Allianz Stadium.
Andrea Pirlo could be sacked if Juventus lose to Napoli, but Kaustubh Pandey argues that the coach is not the only one guilty of Juventus' downfall.
Roma are reeling ahead of their crucial Europa League quarterfinal clash, and Owen Diana believes that only continental glory can save the Portuguese boss.
Inter inch closer to the Serie A title, putting an end to Juventus' domestic dominion, but the Bianconeri are facing even more concerning scenarios, writes Lorenzo Bettoni.
Italy picked up their fifth 2-0 win in a row and Richard Hall sees the glass half full despite a not entirely convincing performance in Lithuania.
Sergio Aguero and Olivier Giroud have been linked with moves to Serie A, but Lorenzo Bettoni wonders whether Italian clubs really need them.
Everything from the officiating to the negative attitude, a catatonic touchline presence, the dark old days without VAR to the lack of self-respect for Calcio that we saw in Spain-Italy Under-21s infuriated Susy Campanale.
Deemed surplus to requirements under Frank Lampard, Chelsea loanee Fikayo Tomori has fully embraced the opportunity at Milan who should not think twice about a permanent stay, writes Matt Santangelo.
The Giallorossi's forwards have stopped firing at the worst possible time, and Owen Diana believes that the capital club cannot aspire too much until the issue is resolved.
Andrea Pirlo tried to suggest Inter’s COVID outbreak happened in a ‘positive moment’ for the Nerazzurri, but Richard Hall explains why that was not the case.
Cesare Prandelli once again chose life over career, so Susy Campanale and the Football Italia team hope he can find the peace and happiness he so richly deserves.
The Rossoneri are battling it out for a Champions League spot and Fabio De Dominicis analyses what they need to make a further step and become title contenders from next season.

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