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When limits on non-EU players were introduced, South American stars got a little creative with family trees, leading to a scandal that put Alvaro Recoba, Juan Sebastian Veron, Dida and others in the dock…
Following his pick of the greatest Argentinian and Brazilian XIs to grace Serie A in the last 50 years, Richard Hall looks at what France brought to Italy’s top flight…
Napoli’s return to the big time marked the beginning of the end, as having joint Presidents with opposing ideas on the transfer market was a recipe for chaos...
Today was meant to be the final round of the 2019-20 Serie A season, so Martin Mork looked into the alternate dimension to predict what might’ve happened…
Maurizio Zamparini was legendary for going through coaches like candy, but he out-did himself when firing Stefano Pioli before the 2011-12 season even started...
Think you know your Capocannoniere from your catenaccio? Test your Italian football knowledge with Football Italia’s calcio quiz, Euro 2000 edition!
With Barcelona, Manchester United and PSG queuing up for Miralem Pjanic, Livio Caferoglu explains why Juventus aren’t doing more to keep the midfielder.
Even teammates were shocked when Antonio Cassano pulled off his Sampdoria shirt, threw it at referee Nicola Pierpaoli and then threatened to ‘meet him outside’...
Throughout the years some of the finest Eastern Europeans plied their trade in Serie A, so Vilizar Yakimov picked out his greatest XI in a 3-4-2-1 formation.
Torino President Urbano Cairo hired director Davide Vagnati and Martin Mork believes the former SPAL transfer guru can revitalise the Granata.
Although not strictly Serie A, Livio Caferoglu remembers when Catania were the catalyst for a series of events in the summer of 2003 that would change Italian football forever...
Despite a historic promotion, most expected an immediate return to the second tier for Foggia, but the new phenomenon called Zemanlandia left pundits speechless with its exciting football.
Think you know your Capocannoniere from your catenaccio? Test your Serie A knowledge with Football Italia’s calcio quiz, 2005-06 edition!
Ralf Rangnick may well be the right man for Milan, but Livio Caferoglu writes Ivan Gazidis has gone in completely the wrong way about hiring him.
The line-up of greatest Brazilians to have played in Serie A since 1970 is testament to the wealth of talent that graced this league. Do you agree with Richard Hall’s choices?
Just two Serie A players have ever scored a hat-trick of free kicks and they were both for Lazio, as Sinisa Mihajlovic followed in Beppe Signori’s footsteps.
At a time when Serie A was full of world-famous players and super clubs, Verona pipped them all to produce the ultimate Scudetto fairy tale...
Giorgio Chiellini’s criticism of Mario Balotelli and Felipe Melo in his new book may have been valid, but Livio Caferoglu feels let down by the Juventus defender.

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