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His father's son
Federico Chiesa is making waves at Fiorentina, attracting interest from Serie A's biggest clubs, but Daryl Hammond warns he shouldn't be too hasty in moving on.
Calcio's glass is half-empty
When only recently relishing the prospect of four Italians in the Champions League Round of 16, Giancarlo Rinaldi is left with a bitter taste from his half-empty glass.
Inter’s light goes out
Some will say the Nerazzurri blew their chance at Champions League qualification, but Richard Hall sees reason for optimism despite the present gloom.
Di Francesco or Conte for Roma?
Roma might sack Coach Eusebio Di Francesco to replace him with Antonio Conte, and Andrea Tallarita weighs up which option is best.
It’s not over until it’s over
If there’s one thing Week 15 of Serie A proved, Gaby McKay writes, it’s that you have to play right up to the final whistle.
Liverpool are top of the Premier League but facing an early Champions League exit. How has this contradiction come to pass, and what does it mean for Napoli?
Zaniolo is Italy's future
Roma revelation Nicolò Zaniolo may only be 19 years old, but Andrea Tallarita believes he's among Italy's greatest promises.
A tale of two Croats
Marcelo Brozovic was the best player on the pitch in the Derby d’Italia, writes Gaby McKay, but, as ever, it was Mario Mandzukic who decided the big game.
Reasons to be bullish
Torino have so much potential and Walter Mazzarri is working hard to fully release it, explains Richard Hall.
Assessing Filippo Inzaghi
With most people still referring back to Filippo Inzaghi’s playing days, Vilizar Yakimov takes a deeper look at Super Pippo’s coaching career so far.
Milan hanging tough despite injury crisis
The Rossoneri’s documented injury record threatened to derail their early-season hopes of top four, but Gennaro Gattuso and his squad have coped well, writes Matthew Santangelo.
The philosophy of Roma v Inter
Roma and Inter's 2-2 draw on Sunday was more than a regular game, argues Andrea Tallarita, it was a contest of football philosophies.
The Lautaro Question
Unfortunate comments aside, Luciano Spalletti and Inter were always going to face the problem of getting the best out of Lautaro Martinez, writes Richard Hall.
Can Napoli save the Scudetto race?
Tonight's trip to Atalanta already has the feel of a must-win game for the Partenopei, writes Gaby McKay.
Fiorentina-Juventus, anatomy of a rivalry
The grudge match between Fiorentina and Juventus runs deep, fuelled by decades of attrition and controversy, writes Anthony Barbagallo.
Where’s it gone wrong for Di Francesco?
The Coach is under increasing pressure at Roma, and Billy Wilkinson fears there may be no way back.
Inter’s midfield disconnect
The Nerazzurri lost the midfield battle against Tottenham Hotspur, notes Richard Hall.
Ronaldo meets his match
Cristiano Ronaldo looks to have found himself another perfect partner at Juventus in Mario Mandzukic after the pair linked up to beat Valencia, writes Daryl Hammond.
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