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As rumours emerge that Cremonese could be purchased by Massimo Moratti, Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall finds himself wallowing in nostalgia at the Stadio Giovanni Zini.
One crisp April afternoon in 2001, Brescia teammates Andrea Pirlo and Roberto Baggio combined to create a magical goal. Martin Mork recalls a key moment in the Divine Ponytail's career.
Think you know your Capocannoniere from your catenaccio? Test your Serie A knowledge with Football Italia’s calcio quiz, 2000-01 edition!
In a season of ups and downs for Cagliari, Kaustubh Pandey writes how summer signing Nahitan Nandez has been their shining light thus far...
The Azzurri overcame all the odds, controversy, doubts and even scandal to lift the 1982 World Cup. Vijay Rahaman takes us back to one of Italy’s greatest sporting achievements.
Football Italia programmes on Channel 4 made Adam Summerton fall in love with Calcio and he remains enthralled by the unique madness that surrounds Serie A.
Few might know him outside of Italy, but Andrea Tallarita explains why the late, great Gianni Mura was at the heart of the country's football culture.
Think you know your Capocannoniere from your catenaccio? Test your Serie A knowledge with Football Italia’s calcio quiz, 1999-00 season edition!
Francesco Totti will always be a Roma legend, but Tommaso Adami explains his time representing Italy had as many lows as it did world-beating highs.
Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall looks back over the career of Joaquin Peiró, telling the story of his time in Italy and a mythical spell with the ‘Grande Inter’.
Now that Euro 2020 is postponed to next summer, Wayne Girard takes a look at some Italy players who are frankly overjoyed about that delay.
Italy are urging UEFA to postpone Euro 2020 and give leagues time to conclude after the coronavirus pandemic. Martin Mork believes Serie A have the best ideas on how to decide a unique season.
People criticised the Italian authorities for their reaction to the Coronavirus pandemic, but Emmet Gates realises after seeing other leagues that they were leading by example.
Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall looks back at another time the Serie A season was suspended and the controversy that followed.
Atalanta made their mark in the Champions League by thrashing Valencia over two legs and Kaustubh Pandey praises their historic four-goal hero Josip Ilicic.
Roma face Sevilla in the Europa League last 16 this week but, as Livio Caferoglu recounts, it also marks a year since Monchi left to rejoin the Giallorossi’s upcoming opponents...
Playing behind closed doors can neutralise home advantage, but it was Inter who folded at the empty Juventus Stadium, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
Zvonimir Boban's sacking is just the tip of the iceberg, as Vijay Rahaman looks into the utter chaos that is the current Milan management.