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Football Italia’s Chief Correspondent Richard Hall looks back on an incredible Week 3 in Serie A, with a war of words between Inter and Juventus erupting, plus Bologna pulling off a mighty comeback.
It was a result with very different sensations for Fiorentina, Juventus and the Scudetto rivals, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
Despite strong interest from Juventus, Fiorentina somehow managed to keep Federico Chiesa and Vilizar Yakimov thinks both player and club will benefit.
Although everything already seems to be collapsing for Sampdoria, Football Italia’s Chief Correspondent Richard Hall writes they simply have to stick with Eusebio Di Francesco.
Napoli are attempting an attacking approach, but without the key pressing ingredients that make it work at Liverpool, argues Jay Cassano.
Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall believes Genoa have turned a corner and Aurelio Andreazzoli can revive this great club.
Many assumed Douglas Costa would be shipped out by Juventus, but Emmet Gates explains why the flashy Brazilian has won his place back.
The Azzurri made it six wins out of six in Euro 2020 qualifying and Elio Salerno explains some of the tactical adjustments made to beat Finland.
Finland host Italy in the EURO 2020 qualifiers this evening and Sam Wilson identifies the three danger men to keep a close eye on.
Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall discusses Andrea Belotti’s potential to have his best season to date for Torino and Italy.
The Azzurri did just about enough to grind out a win over 10-man Armenia, but it was a reality check for Giancarlo Rinaldi.
Italy are on the cusp of Euro 2020 qualification, so Vijay Rahaman looks at the young players building towards a spot in the Azzurri squad.
With Henrikh Mkhitaryan joining Roma and Italy facing Armenia, Vilizar Yakimov analyses the strengths and weaknesses of the ex-Arsenal midfielder and his national team.
Mauro Icardi left it to the last second to quit Inter for Paris Saint-Germain and Emmet Gates wonders how long it’ll last.
With the transfer market now shut, Ramez Nathan identifies the 10 new signings who shoulder the biggest expectations in Serie A this season.
Luis Alberto played a key role during Lazio's 1-1 draw with Roma in the Derby della Capitale. Football Italia's Chief Correspondent Richard Hall thinks it's time we showed him more respect.
Matthijs de Ligt received a baptism of fire, writes Elio Salerno, as Juventus and Napoli showed their best and worst sides in a Saturday night thriller.
Simone Inzaghi and Paulo Fonseca have differing approaches to football and could make for a fascinating clash at the Olimpico, writes Steven Moore.