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Transfer window winners and losers
We saw some familiar faces return to Serie A and a few very surprising moves, so Anthony Barbagallo picks apart the January bargains and break-ups.
Lazio must stand up to the big boys
Lazio looked magnificent against Juventus, but still lost 2-1, so Vilizar Yakimov wonders what they are missing in the high-profile fixtures.
Roma must defend from the front
The Lupi have already conceded as many goals as throughout all of last season and risk missing Champions League football next term, writes Nick Valerio.
Napoli quantity doesn't mean quality
Napoli have a plethora of attacking options at their disposal, however quantity doesn’t always equal quality, writes Massimo Nuzzo.
Juve midfield not Champions quality
Once the cornerstone of Juventus strength, the midfield has now become their main flaw in pursuit of the Champions League, argues Ramez Nathan.
Ivan the Sellable
Ivan Perisic looks to be leaving Inter for Arsenal and Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall sees the inevitable as mutually beneficial.
Atalanta and Roma invest in youth
Atalanta boss Gian Piero Gasperini and Roma sporting director Monchi are both strong advocates of developing emerging talent, notes Nick Valerio.
Brits just don't get Jorginho
The debate within the Premier League on whether Jorginho is pivotal or pathetic shows a football culture clash with the rest of Europe, explains Elio Salerno.
Mazzarri was wrong for Inter
As Inter visit Torino, Football Italia’s Chief Correspondent Richard Hall looks back at the Walter Mazzarri years and analyses where it all went wrong.
The changing face of Ancelotti
Over the years as Coach of Europe's biggest clubs, Carlo Ancelotti has shown the keys to his success are adaptability and a small ego, writes Elio Salerno.
De Paul ripe for Inter role
Inter are reportedly offering €30m for Rodrigo De Paul, so Ramez Nathan outlines why the Udinese and Argentina talent is worth swooping for.
Serie A goes Info-VARs
Social media campaigns like #JuveOut serve only to obscure the real issues in Serie A, writes Gaby McKay.
Piatek risk worth taking for Milan
The jury is still out on the hype behind Krzysztof Piatek’s red-hot start to life in Italy, but Matthew Santangelo believes this can pay off for Milan.
Ancelotti's Napoli find their depth
With four of their regular starters out, the 2-1 victory against Lazio showed how far Napoli have come under Carlo Ancelotti, writes Vilizar Yakimov.
Roma reacting to setbacks
The 3-2 victory over Torino showed the best and worst of Roma, but Anthony Barbagallo believes they are finally overcoming their weaknesses.
Lazio's eternal problem
Lazio begin 2019 by facing Napoli and then Juventus, so Elio Salerno wonders if the Aquile can break through their mental block against the big clubs.
The Icardi Show
As yet more contract negotiations drag on between Mauro Icardi and Inter, Richard Hall gets out the popcorn and enjoys the three-ring San Siro circus.
Can anyone stop SuperJuve?
The Juventus juggernaut keeps on rolling, as Milan were barged out of the way in Jeddah for the Supercoppa, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
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