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As Juventus’ appointment of Andrea Pirlo starts to sink in, Livio Caferoglu analyses the risk and reward of backing a great player to become a great coach...
Juventus failed in Europe yet again, this time eliminated by a tactically-astute Lyon, but Elio Salerno saw problems that extend far beyond just Maurizio Sarri.
Jim Pallotta’s era ends with a whimper against Sevilla, but at least new owner Dan Friedkin knows what he has to do at Roma, writes Owen Diana.
The Nerazzurri advance to the quarter-finals after a hard-fought win over Getafe and Vilizar Yakimov thinks they have what it takes to go all the way in the Europa League.
Barcelona are in turmoil going into the Napoli clash, while Sevilla are fired up for Roma and Getafe will be tough Inter contenders, writes Football Espana's Alan Feehely.
Juventus fans and Maurizio Sarri will fear very little has realistically changed since the first leg defeat to Lyon, writes Kaustubh Pandey.
Roma have been transformed by a shift in tactics and can unleash those weapons on the Sevilla weak spots, explains Wayne Girard.
Inter have fond memories of European football and winning the Europa League could be the ideal way to mark this debut Antonio Conte season, writes Richard Hall.
Going into the final round, Inter, Atalanta and Lazio could all take second place, as Vijay Rahaman outlines their credentials for that silver medal.
Going into the final weekend, Inter, Atalanta and Lazio can all still take second place, but Owen Diana sees that only increase Milan’s regrets.