Maurizio Sarri and Chelsea seem destined to separate before too long, in a blaze of regret and recrimination. Andrew Tuft asks how could it end any other way…
Max Allegri and Juventus proved they’ve learned nothing, as Diego Simeone put on a Champions League tactical masterclass, writes Elio Salerno.
As Alvaro Morata faces his former club Juventus, Football Italia’s Chief Football Correspondent Richard Hall wonders what the Spaniard could've achieved.
Atletico Madrid and their approach to football represent one of the biggest threats to Max Allegri’s side, writes Massimo Nuzzo.
Atletico Madrid were considered the pluckiest of last-16 opponents for Juventus in the Champions League. Football Espana’s Colin Millar explains why…
Krzysztof Piatek is not just a classy finisher, explains Sam Wilson, but brings a new dimension to Milan with his movement, pace and aerial ability.
As Milan and Atalanta face off tonight, Jay Cassano examines the different characteristics of their strikers and Capocannoniere candidates. 
Football Italia’s Chief Football Correspondent Richard Hall looks at the ongoing drama unfolding at Inter and asks how they can come to a resolution.
Albeit with differing first leg results, Massimo Nuzzo maintains Napoli, Inter and Lazio all have reason to be optimistic in the Europa League.
Out of the Champions League, Coppa Italia and Scudetto race, Anthony Barbagallo believes the Europa League will define Inter and Napoli’s seasons.
Roma’s victory over Porto confirmed Nicolò Zaniolo’s status as a new star, but still left Giancarlo Rinaldi frustrated with the result.
As Roma host Porto tonight, Football Italia’s Chief Football Correspondent Richard Hall looks back at the last encounter that locals would rather forget.
The race for a top four finish could not be hotter, as several clubs jockey for position to secure a Champions League berth, writes Matthew Santangelo.
Roma are gambling their whole season on beating Porto in the Champions League Round of 16, writes Andrea Tallarita, but the prize is well worth it.
The lack of goals in recent away games is starting to become a concern for the Neapolitans at the wrong end of the season, writes Anthony Barbagallo.
Roma are finally beginning to rediscover their confidence, writes Massimo Nuzzo, but will it be enough against Porto?
With Cagliari paying almost €4m for the Bulgarian Player of the Year, Vilizar Yakimov explains why Kiril Despodov could provide a Sardinian spark.
Even if the results aren’t always there, Jay Cassano believes Fiorentina are starting to click and could cause another upset with Napoli.