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Juventus own goal
It’s understandable that Juventus want to back their star, acknowledges Gaby McKay, but their statement struck the wrong tone on every level.
Rumours of Carlo Ancelotti’s demise have been greatly exaggerated, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi, as his Napoli delivered a tactical masterclass to beat Liverpool.
Dybala gives Allegri a headache
Paulo Dybala found top form for Juventus last night, and Gaby McKay says that provides a welcome headache for Massimiliano Allegri.
Marotta points to Juventus pragmatism
As Beppe Marotta leaves Juventus, Adam Digby explains why this is simply another example of the Old Lady putting pragmatism ahead of sentiment as the Bianconeri make another cold and calculated business decision.
Similarities in opponents
Napoli and Liverpool meet in the Champions League tomorrow, and Richard Hall sees kindred spirits facing off.
Semplici's SPAL still gestating
SPAL survived the threat of relegation last season and started this campaign on stunning form, so Tom Scholes analyses Leonardo Semplici's side.
Experience counts for Juventus
Napoli's naivety and a sprinkling of stardust from Cristiano Ronaldo made the difference for Juventus last night, writes Daryl Hammond.
Marotta architect of the new Juve
Beppe Marotta's sudden departure from Juventus was a shock to Richard Hall, who asks questions about the next step in their ambitions.
Eagle circling the limping Wolf
Lazio's eagles can see their city cousins in trouble and would relish a killer blow in the Derby della Capitale, writes Richard Hall.
Unleashing Insigne's potential
Lorenzo Insigne is flourishing in his new role with the 4-4-2 formation, so Vilizar Yakimov asks can the Napoli man become Italy’s next fantasista?
Peaks and Valleys of Roma and Lazio
The Stadio Olimpico’s two tenants, Roma and Lazio, have revelled in the highs over the years, but also suffered through the lows in the capital, writes Matthew Santangelo.
Youthful Fiorentina can go far
Fiorentina have the talent pool, the Coach and the confidence to play a big part in the race for Europe, explains Anthony Barbagallo.
Parma making new Serie A memories
Gervinho's coast to coast goal was only one of many moments we can relish now that Parma are back where they belong, writes Richard Hall.
The Roman Tragedy
This early season is turning into an authentic tragedy for Roma, which Andrea Tallarita breaks down act by act.
Higuain feeling Milan frustration
Can Milan’s current crop of players bring the team back to the level that they so crave? Richard Gyasi says they need more like this summer’s big signing.
Emotion the fuel for Ronaldo’s fire
Tears followed Cristiano Ronaldo’s first red card for Juventus, but Livio Caferoglu thinks it is a timely reminder of what drives on the No 7.
Not so epic Inter
Inter's last-gasp victories may be thrilling, but Richard Hall warns they can't keep relying on a moment of late magic.
Home comforts for Sampdoria
Sampdoria could've been in Europe last season with a better away record, so Billy Wilkinson wonders why they're so formidable at Marassi.
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