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Damiano Tommasi is the new voice the FIGC needs after the World Cup debacle, but Giancarlo Rinaldi isn’t sure we’ll get it.
Inter always did have a special bond with Argentina and hope Lisandro Lopez can strengthen their defence, writes Ramez Nathan.
Criminally underrated Lazio star Luis Alberto is finally becoming the talent he promised to be while at Liverpool, writes Jack Stevens.
Beyond his dance moves, goals and vibrant personality, Papu Gomez has been a beacon of loyalty to Bergamo, writes Matthew Santangelo.
Marek Hamsik hasn't just broken Napoli records, writes Emmet Gates, but over a decade embedded himself in the fabric of the club and the city.
There’s no reason for panic in the Giallorossi camp, as Vilizar Yakimov feels some minor changes can save their season.
Massimo Coda has a history of taking unfancied teams to surprise targets and is now inspiring Benevento to believe in a miracle, writes Ramez Nathan.
The winter break gives Richard Hall time to assess the season so far for Inter and he has seen more highs than lows.
While others look set to fix their squads, Juventus seem set to keep their powder dry this January. Adam Digby thinks this good news for supporters of the Old Lady.
We're into the second half of the season, so Lazio and Atalanta have earned the right not to be called surprises anymore, writes Susy Campanale.
The Nerazzurri are now without a win in their last five league matches and in danger of slipping out the Champions League places, writes Nick Valerio.
Earlier this season, Rob Gillman threw his hat into the ring for the Torino job, and he can't believe he's been overlooked in favour of Walter Mazzarri...
After neglecting the purchase of a top left-winger, Milan must make it their top priority in January, writes Matthew Santangelo.
Winter Champions Napoli lack strength in depth, so Dan White analyses potential January signings that can improve Maurizio Sarri's side.
Recovering from a serious knee injury, Marko Pjaca and Juventus must now choose the next step of his career carefully, writes Gregory Caltabanis.
Tears could be shed when Borja Valero visits his beloved Fiorentina, but there can never be bitterness for the Mayor of Florence, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
The Rossoneri haven’t started the season as they’d have hoped, but Luca LaPorta sees reason for optimism heading into 2018.
A set of freakish occurrences closed out 2017 and at the midway point Serie A is starting to look like a two-horse race, writes Susy Campanale.