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Martin Mork believes Atalanta’s rout of Valencia and run in the Champions League shouldn’t be considered a surprise, given how hard La Dea have worked…
Shutting all Serie A games behind closed doors until April 3 is only the tip of the iceberg, as Tommaso Adami explains what it’s like to live through a Coronavirus outbreak.
Inter are still in the fight for three competitions, and while the Scudetto would undoubtedly be the ultimate prize, Vilizar Yakimov warns it’s also be the toughest.
The Coronavirus crisis has brought the worst out of Serie A and all Italian organisations, as Susy Campanale urges everyone to just accept what needs to be done.
Juventus hired a coach like Maurizio Sarri only to provide him none of the players he needed for his football, explains Kaustubh Pandey, so why would Pep Guardiola be any different?
Antonio Conte represented Juventus at their peak as a player and coach, but joining Inter is considered unforgivable by many fans, explains Emmet Gates.
Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall reflects on Inter’s game behind closed doors with Ludogorets and how we define passion.
Juventus are seven months into Maurizio Sarri’s tenure and still no closer to playing his style of football, writes Tommaso Adami.
Gennaro Gattuso’s defensive web almost trapped Barcelona, but Giancarlo Rinaldi worries it’ll be remembered as a missed opportunity for Napoli.
Juventus travel to Lyon for the first leg of their Champions League clash on Wednesday and Vilizar Yakimov warns that the Bianconeri can’t afford to underestimate the French side.
Both Barcelona and Napoli have changed coach mid-season, as Martin Mork points out this is probably the best time the Partenopei could've played this tie.
Ante Rebic went from Milan benchwarmer to decisive goal-scorer, as Kaustubh Pandey analyses what changed around the Bullish Croatian.
The comeback victory in Brescia showed Gennaro Gattuso and Napoli are finding the ability to grind out results, writes Vijay Rahaman.
Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall insists Inter took the right approach to their tough Bulgarian trip, even if it made for dull viewing.
Atalanta are ripping up the book of clichés about Italian teams in the Champions League and Giancarlo Rinaldi is enjoying the ride along with them.
Napoli are mid-table in Serie A but have a special night ahead against Barcelona. Martin Mork argues it might be their last for a while – but the start of something special…
Tonight’s Champions League Round of 16 tie is historic for Atalanta, but Emmet Gates explains their ascent is more than a mere fairy-tale story.
Atalanta are famed for their use of wingbacks, but Valencia’s 4-4-2 could pose a problem in the Champions League. Livio Caferoglu investigates.

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