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No matter how hard Antonio Conte tries, spectators will always appreciate a little ‘Pazza Inter’ unpredictability, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
It will go down as a Juventus victory, but Emmet Gates warns Maurizio Sarri needs to find a solution to defensive opponents.
Tonight’s Champions League trip to Manchester City reminds Kaustubh Pandey just how far Atalanta have come and what they could still achieve.
There were flashes of genuine improvement for Milan, even from their most-maligned players, but Vijay Rahaman ultimately saw the old problems emerge.
Football Italia’s Chief Correspondent Richard Hall looks at Inter’s recent issues and asks, do they look short term or long term with their strategy?
With Marco Giampaolo overcomplicating things at Milan, Vilizar Yakimov thinks Stefano Pioli should do exactly the opposite to rediscover the Rossoneri’s form.
Napoli’s struggle to break down defensive teams just intensifies the regret at missing out on Mauro Icardi, writes Emmet Gates.
Italy's 5-0 win against Liechtenstein last night confirmed the Azzurri had got their pride back, regardless of which colour they wear, writes Vijay Rahaman.
With Italy punching their ticket to Euro 2020, Anthony Barbagallo identified areas of the team where Roberto Mancini should experiment. 
Football Italia’s Chief Correspondent Richard Hall looks at the new era for the Italian U21 side, but seemingly with the same old problems.
Italy are a team transformed from World Cup failures to Euro 2020 perfect records, but Giancarlo Rinaldi awaits further developments.
Claudio Ranieri is again called on to rescue a troubled team, replacing Eusebio Di Francesco for the second time in seven months, writes Kaustubh Pandey.
While Italy continue to shuffle through No 9s ahead of Euro 2020, Football Italia's Chief Correspondent Richard Hall argues there is also a case for a front two...
Fans have turned on Milan management again after Stefano Pioli replaced Marco Giampaolo, as Vijay Rahaman urges supporters to stop seeking a saviour.
Italy can rely on an array of Azzurri alternatives in midfield and build a team around these talents, explains Kaustubh Pandey.
Stefano Pioli is only the latest poor sap to take the thankless task of leading Milan, as Susy Campanale identifies the real culprits.
Marco Giampaolo is already facing the Milan axe, but Emmet Gates doubts the alternatives like Luciano Spalletti and Stefano Pioli are any better.
While Maurizio Sarri and Juventus showed their ability to adapt, Antonio Conte’s Inter struggle beyond Plan A, explains Elio Salerno.