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The result shows a 4-0 Juventus victory, but Elio Salerno points out Lecce had the measure of the Bianconeri until going down to 10 men.
It was meant to be a showdown for Champions League places, but Martin Mork explains that Milan and Roma’s reality once again falls short of ambition.
The great entertainers of Serie A went head-to-head and more than lived up to the billing, as Giancarlo Rinaldi relished Atalanta’s 3-2 win over Lazio.
Not only did a Genoa coach spy on a training session to gain an advantage on arch-rivals Sampdoria, but he did so with his best Rambo impression...
The 4-1 triumph in Lecce showed what Milan can do when they play with pace, intensity and movement off the ball, writes Vijay Rahaman.
Inter always like to make things difficult for themselves, as Richard Hall shares Antonio Conte’s call for them to be more merciless.
The Atalanta fairy-tale continues and the compacted season in Serie A and Champions League means anything is possible, writes Kaustubh Pandey.
Walter Zenga is finally set for his Cagliari debut over three months after his appointment, so Vilizar Yakimov wonders if he can stop the Sardinian ship from sinking…
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini oversaw nine changes of management in the 2015-16 season, with dismissals, resignations, captains disowning coaches on live TV and a surprise finale.
Napoli ultimately deserved the Coppa Italia, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi, as Gennaro Gattuso has given them an identity where Maurizio Sarri still has not for Juventus.
From chaos to the Coppa Italia Final, Richard Hall wonders if Gennaro Gattuso can beat Maurizio Sarri’s Juventus with his very own Napoli style.
Juventus were the first team to reach the Olimpico showpiece but, as Livio Caferoglu writes, they have plenty to mull over before the Final with Napoli...
There’s no doubting who gets the Number 10 jersey, but do you agree with Wayne Girard’s other choices for the best Roma XI of all time?
Gennaro Gattuso’s Napoli revival continued by pushing past Inter to reach their first Coppa Italia Final since 2014, writes Kaus Pandey.
Juventus showed flashes of extraordinary potential before slamming up against a Milan wall, as Elio Salerno saw two teams who could’ve pushed themselves more.
The extended break in the season may well prove to be a blessing in disguise for Inter, claims Richard Hall, as they can still reshuffle and win the Coppa Italia.
Negativity never seems to be too far away from Milan and the build-up to their Coppa Italia semi-final with Juventus is no different, writes Vijay Rahaman.
Although under extreme circumstances, Serie A is finally returning, so Vilizar Yakimov evaluates the chances of each Scudetto contender, starting from Juventus.

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