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Born in the city where Vincent van Gogh painted his most famous works, Empoli midfielder Ismael Bennacer brings artistic flair to the sport, writes Wayne Girard.
Lazio were happy to let Inter pour forward with no real incision or genuine threat, explains Elio Salerno, as Simone Inzaghi's gameplan paid off.
The latest talent unearthed and developed by Atalanta could well be Swiss international midfielder Remo 'Iceman' Freuler, explains Wayne Girard.
With his injuries now behind him, Napoli’s Arkadiusz Milik is flourishing under Carlo Ancelotti’s methodology, writes Hasan Saiyid.
The Mauro Icardi affair has been handled terribly, but Football Italia’s Chief Correspondent Richard Hall still sees his return as a boost for Inter.
No matter who the Coach is next season, Wayne Girard suggests three players who could begin a new Roma era.
It was heartening to see an Italy goalfest after what felt like years, but Giancarlo Rinaldi won’t get too excited about thrashing 10-man Liechtenstein.
Almost a year since Roberto Mancini took over, Anthony Barbagallo believes the Azzurri are playing more attractive football, but still lack cohesion.
The 2-0 victory over Finland showed Roberto Mancini's Italy are on the right path, but Elio Salerno's tactical analysis highlights the need to push it further.
Italy start their Euro 2020 campaign against Finland and Vilizar Yakimov warns that Teemu Pukki and Co can hurt the Azzurri.
Versatile, attacking and confident in big games, Hasan Saiyid feels Leonardo Spinazzola can be the figure Italy have lacked since Gianluca Zambrotta.
Approaching the final two months of the Serie A season, Football Italia’s Chief Correspondent Richard Hall looks at some of the key games in the Champions League race.
Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall warns that whilst Inter should bask in Derby glory, it will take much more than this to fix their campaign.
If the Milan Derby has taught us anything over the years, it’s to expect the unexpected, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi, but this had more chaos than quality.
As we prepare to experience the Milan Derby at San Siro, Matthew Santangelo realises it might be one of the last at the Scala del Calcio.
The Derby Della Madonnina is upon us, so Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall sees how both rivals changed since the last clash
Napoli ultimately did what they needed to in the Europa League and Inter, once again, didn’t reach the bare minimum standard, writes Vilizar Yakimov.
Claudio Ranieri is the perfect fit for this troubled Roma side, writes Wayne Girard, representing the fans and imparting life lessons to the players.

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