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Timeless De Ligt tailored to Juve
Matthijs de Ligt boasts the traditional and modern qualities of a complete centre-back, which is why Anthony Barbagallo believes the Dutch starlet could be Juve’s present and future talisman.
U21s dangerously unbalanced
Luigi Di Biagio’s side Italy are on the verge of European U21 Championship elimination and Vilizar Yakimov thinks they’ve lost their balance.
Pellegrini gives Azzurrini hope
Italy are on the back foot in the U21 European Championship, but Jay Cassano sees Lorenzo Pellegrini’s reemergence as a welcome surprise.
Giampaolo's very modern Milan
Marco Giampaolo’s Milan are expected to follow the 4-3-1-2 pattern, as Sam Wilson predicts what fans will see from the new-look Rossoneri.
Azzurrini still offer hope for Italy
Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall maintains Italy’s U21 future is bright, regardless of their defeat to Poland.
Azzurre impress against Brazil
The 1-0 loss to Brazil didn't compromise Italy's Women's World Cup campaign, writes Andrea Tallarita, as they keep getting better with each game.
Inter give Lukaku new lease of life
Antonio Conte has tried to sign Romelu Lukaku for years and could finally get him at Inter, writes Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall.
Tactical Analysis: Sarri's Juventus
Maurizio Sarri wasn’t always a 4-3-3 tactician, as Elio Salerno goes into a deep dive on what form his new-look Juventus will take.
Sarri, not sorry
Despite the misgivings of many Napoli, Chelsea and Juventus fans, Maurizio Sarri taking the Bianconeri job makes perfect sense to Susy Campanale.
Time to worship Chiesa
Federico Chiesa lit up Italy's European Under-21 Championship opener against Spain with a brilliant brace. Giancarlo Rinaldi thinks it's time to start taking the Fiorentina winger seriously.
Expectation & pressure on Azzurrini
Gigi Di Biagio has a top-quality Italy squad at his disposal, writes Sam Wilson, so not winning the European Under-21 Championship could be considered a failure.
Azzurre a rising blue storm
Fresh from utterly destroying Jamaica, the Azzurre are coming together as a force to be reckoned with in this Women’s World Cup, writes Andrea Tallarita.
Good riddance, Chievo
The Flying Donkeys once won hearts as plucky underdogs, but Emmet Gates saw them become the epitome of mid-table mediocrity and a Serie A eyesore.
Buffon's next adventure
There’s one more move in Gianluigi Buffon’s stellar career, so Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall looks at where he could go.
Azzurri adjusted to beat Bosnia
Roberto Mancini is developing a clear Italy identity, but Elio Salerno explains the CT also made key tactical changes to defeat Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Bosnia are Italy's toughest test yet
With Italy thriving under Roberto Mancini’s attacking style, Anthony Barbagallo explains Bosnia-Herzegovina will be their hardest challenge yet.
Napoli stung by Sarri betrayal
Napoli fans feel understandably betrayed by Maurizio Sarri’s Juventus move and Massimo Nuzzo understands their pain.
Azzurre play true Italian football
The debut victory against Australia in the Women's World Cup was a classic example of Italian football in action, writes Andrea Tallarita.
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