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Juventus played for a draw, but Napoli and Kalidou Koulibaly ensured it's game on for the title race, not game over, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi
It was improbable, unthinkable and ultimately unforgettable, as Giancarlo Rinaldi joined all Italian football fans cheering Roma's triumph over Barcelona
The defeat to Argentina confirmed Gigi Di Biagio is not up to the task, as Giancarlo Rinaldi insists the only man who can save Italy is Carlo Ancelotti.
When a defeat is described as a catastrophe, football can't find the words to describe Fiorentina captain Davide Astori's passing, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
Napoli received a potentially fatal double blow in the Scudetto race from Juventus and Roma, but Giancarlo Rinaldi assures it's by no means over yet.
Tottenham Hotspur's previous meetings with Serie A sides have always been intense and uncertain affairs, notes Giancarlo Rinaldi, so Juventus beware.
Azeglio Vicini passed away as one of Italy's greatest-ever Coaches. Giancarlo Rinaldi pays tribute to the 84-year-old, who led the Azzurri through the magic of the 1990 World Cup.
Video assistant referee technology would always have teething problems in Italy, admits Giancarlo Rinaldi, but let's look at the big picture.
Damiano Tommasi is the new voice the FIGC needs after the World Cup debacle, but Giancarlo Rinaldi isn’t sure we’ll get it.
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.