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There are no Serie A clubs in the Champions League quarter-finals, but Richard Hall argues the European flop is not only down to sporting factors.
Last week’s results mirrored Roma’s season and Owen Diana wonders which is the real version of the Giallorossi.
Inter have based their recent success on a rock-solid defence, but Richard Hall explains why Antonio Conte's system is more complex than it looks.
Old Trafford is a special place for Milan and Kaustubh Pandey explains why the Rossoneri and Manchester United have a lot in common ahead of today's fixture.
At the end of a tense and thrilling fixture in Turin, Juventus are eliminated from the Champions League and the Old Lady only have themselves to blame, writes Lorenzo Bettoni from the Allianz Stadium.
Federico Chiesa has become one of Andrea Pirlo’s most reliable players. Elio Salerno looks at how the ex-Fiorentina man become someone Juventus can count on…
Doubts mount over Rocco Commisso’s Fiorentina project and Giancarlo Rinaldi explains where it’s going wrong for La Viola.
A clear handball committed by Udinese awarded Milan a penalty, but Matt Santangelo believes suspicion over the volume of spot kicks the Rossoneri have received this season is unjustified.
The quality of Inter players made the difference in Parma and Richard Hall argues the Scudetto is now in the Nerazzurri’s hands.
Three years after Davide Astori's death, March 4 remains a day every Serie A fan remembers with shock and sadness, writes Lorenzo Bettoni.
A decimated Juventus beat Lazio, proving they are greater than their problems, writes Lorenzo Bettoni from the Allianz Stadium.
Although the Giallorossi are still in with a shot of achieving their primary aim, Owen Diana predicts that they will ultimately fall short.
Christian Eriksen and Ivan Perisic have had a brilliant start to 2021 and Richard Hall explains what’s behind their development.
One trait most successful coaches share is the ability to make the difficult, and perhaps unpopular, decisions and Matt Santangelo argues that is what is now necessary for Stefano Pioli.
Atalanta still have a chance to qualify for the Champions League last 16 stage and Richard Hall argues an angry La Dea can be an even bigger problem for Real Madrid.
Cristiano Ronaldo once again defied gravity, scoring with two towering headers against Crotone and Lorenzo Bettoni reckons there isn’t a better striker than CR7 when the ball is up in the air.
A disappointing draw away at Benevento has made La Lupa’s Serie A position more precarious, but Owen Diana feels that progress in Europe can help put those dropped points in the rearview mirror.
Atalanta host Real Madrid this evening and Giancarlo Rinaldi lists the five reasons why Gian Piero Gasperini’s side can shock the Merengues.

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