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Milan almost there with Juventus
Milan will be disappointed their tactical masterstrokes forced Juventus to play badly, writes Elio Salerno, but not enough to stop them winning again.
Accepting Milan as they are now
Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall looks at Milan’s plight and argues these are the times when true fans show their love for the club.
Battle to be the new Atalanta
Cagliari and Fiorentina are eager to follow in Atalanta’s footsteps and challenge for Europe this season, writes Kaustubh Pandey.
The Roman Syndrome
Roma and Lazio’s Europa League defeats show that both clubs suffer from the same basic problem, writes Vilizar Yakimov.
Ultras ruining Lazio's image
Lazio must realise ultras are damaging their international standing and really do something to clamp down on the Fascist elements, warns Emmet Gates.
A tale of two Inters
It was the best of Inters. It was the worst of Inters. Giancarlo Rinaldi saw all sides of the Nerazzurri in their 3-2 defeat at Borussia Dortmund.
Many Italians don't understand racism
Football fans are a mere microcosm of society and what Mario Balotelli faced in Verona reflected a larger issue, writes Susy Campanale.
Lazio have what Milan need
The elements that allowed Lazio to conquer San Siro after 30 years are also what Milan lack the most, notes Marcello Cossali-Francis.
Roma are on a roll
Injury-hit Roma produced yet another inspiring display against Napoli, and Vilizar Yakimov sees Paulo Fonseca’s team ethic as their main strength.
Desperate Granata face Derby fears
With the Derby Della Mole this evening, Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall sees Torino in crisis and even victory over Juventus might not resolve their issues.
Injuries not stopping Roma
It seemed like disaster after disaster but, as Anthony Barbagallo writes, Roma’s injury crisis could be the making of Paulo Fonseca’s team…
The return of Radja
Radja Nainggolan’s comeback at Cagliari hasn’t disappointed so far as it is proving to be a snug fit for both parties, writes Martin Mork.
Refs ruin San Paolo spectacle
A wonderful game of football between Napoli and Atalanta was sadly overshadowed by yet more refereeing controversy, leaving Giancarlo Rinaldi to chew over the disappointment.
Balotelli not making an impact
Mario Balotelli is wasting another glorious opportunity to kick-start his career at Brescia, warns Vijay Rahaman ahead of tonight’s Inter clash.
Amateur hour at Milan
The latest Milan performance was disconcerting for Kaustubh Pandey, as even the basics seemed beyond them against a decimated Roma.
Not your usual Scudetto race
Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall sees a Scudetto race blown wide open by the transformation of Juventus, Inter and Napoli.
Pioli relives Roma nightmares
New Milan coach Stefano Pioli returns to the Olimpico on Sunday, but Vijay Rahaman notes the former Lazio boss has some bad memories of Roma.
Lazio deja vu in Glasgow
Should we be surprised by Lazio’s collapse against Celtic? Vilizar Yakimov warns they’ve been doing this way too often and will probably do it again.
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