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Italy start their Euro 2020 campaign against Finland and Vilizar Yakimov warns that Teemu Pukki and Co can hurt the Azzurri.
Versatile, attacking and confident in big games, Hasan Saiyid feels Leonardo Spinazzola can be the figure Italy have lacked since Gianluca Zambrotta.
Approaching the final two months of the Serie A season, Football Italia’s Chief Correspondent Richard Hall looks at some of the key games in the Champions League race.
Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall warns that whilst Inter should bask in Derby glory, it will take much more than this to fix their campaign.
If the Milan Derby has taught us anything over the years, it’s to expect the unexpected, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi, but this had more chaos than quality.
As we prepare to experience the Milan Derby at San Siro, Matthew Santangelo realises it might be one of the last at the Scala del Calcio.
The Derby Della Madonnina is upon us, so Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall sees how both rivals changed since the last clash
Napoli ultimately did what they needed to in the Europa League and Inter, once again, didn’t reach the bare minimum standard, writes Vilizar Yakimov.
Claudio Ranieri is the perfect fit for this troubled Roma side, writes Wayne Girard, representing the fans and imparting life lessons to the players.
One of the most impressive aspects of Juventus’ Champions League comeback against Atletico Madrid was Federico Bernardeschi’s performance, writes Emmet Gates.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s hat-trick against Atletico Madrid will take the headlines, but Elio Salerno saw a Juventus Coach who planned every detail.
Max Allegri and Juventus fans can’t possibly believe crashing out of the Champions League Round of 16 wouldn’t be “a failure,” notes Jay Cassano.
Before Eintracht Frankfurt and Milan, Football Italia’s Chief Correspondent Richard Hall asks if, given the option, Inter should recall Mauro Icardi?
Monchi and Eusebio Di Francesco may have come short at times, but Andrea Tallarita is disappointed to see another mutiny ruin Roma's long-term project.
Juventus keep notching up records, yet Max Allegri is lambasted for failing to make the most of their talent. Elio Salerno analyses the Bianconeri's problems.
Napoli and Inter have room for improvement despite positive first leg Europa League results, writes Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall.
Eusebio Di Francesco made history for Roma as both player and Coach, but Daryl Hammond believes the axe had to fall for Claudio Ranieri and another new era.
Slowly but surely, more and more Serie A clubs are starting stadium revamps, as Emmet Gates analyses the arena crisis in Italy.

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