Napoli didn’t have enough belief in themselves to really pick Barcelona apart, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi, in another timid Champions League exit.
The two best teams in Italy since the restart proved to Giancarlo Rinaldi just how far Atalanta have come and what the future holds for Milan.
Even comeback kings Lazio couldn’t turn this one around, as Giancarlo Rinaldi saw their lack of strength in depth finally catch up with them against Milan.
The great entertainers of Serie A went head-to-head and more than lived up to the billing, as Giancarlo Rinaldi relished Atalanta’s 3-2 win over Lazio.
Napoli ultimately deserved the Coppa Italia, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi, as Gennaro Gattuso has given them an identity where Maurizio Sarri still has not for Juventus.
Lifelong Fiorentina supporter Giancarlo Rinaldi picks his perfect line-up from the history of the Viola at the Stadio Franchi. Do you agree with his choices?
After six weeks without football, Giancarlo Rinaldi’s mind wanders back to when Serie A was introduced to an unsuspecting British public.
Playing behind closed doors can neutralise home advantage, but it was Inter who folded at the empty Juventus Stadium, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
Gennaro Gattuso’s defensive web almost trapped Barcelona, but Giancarlo Rinaldi worries it’ll be remembered as a missed opportunity for Napoli.
Atalanta are ripping up the book of clichés about Italian teams in the Champions League and Giancarlo Rinaldi is enjoying the ride along with them.