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Milan fans prepare for the worst
After UEFA refused a settlement agreement, Milan’s possible punishment casts a cloud over their summer plans and future, writes Matthew Santangelo.
No nuance for the Nazionale
Roberto Mancini won his debut and Mario Balotelli scored on his comeback, but Susy Campanale felt it just confirmed people are never happy with Italy.
Sarri enters Abramovich trap
In some ways, Maurizio Sarri is the ideal Coach for Roman Abramovich's Chelsea, but Daryl Hammond worries he won't get the time to prove it.
Balotelli the obvious choice
Mario Balotelli returns to the Italy squad after four years out and Richard Hall believes the Azzurri have nothing to lose, but everything to gain.
Argentina can't ignore Icardi
Mauro Icardi was not included in Argentina’s World Cupsquad, but Vilizar Yakimov argues that Jorge Sampaoli was wrong to leave out the Inter captain.
Parma have been missed
Only three years on from heart-breaking bankruptcy, Parma are back in Serie A and Emmet Gates is one of many welcoming their return.
Empoli on the up
The Tuscan club ran away with the Serie B title and have the potential to keep progressing in Italy’s top flight, writes Nick Valerio.
Serie A will miss Sarri
The loss of Maurizio Sarri will perhaps be lamented just as much as Carlo Ancelotti's arrival at Napoli is celebrated, writes Adam Summerton.
Gigi, save yourself
With Gigi Buffon yet to make a decision, Adam Digby implores the Juventus legend to hang up his gloves while he’s still considered the greatest of all time.
Donnarumma better off at Milan
Despite growing tension at Milan, it would be in Gianluigi Donnarumma’s best interest to stay to grow as a footballer, argues Matthew Santangelo.
The agony and the ecstasy
Lazio and Inter provided a dramatic finale to this remarkable Serie A season that screenwriters must envy, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
Atalanta talent factory
La Dea continues to marshal young players through one of the Peninsula’s top footballing academies and mould them into impactful first teamers, writes Matthew Santangelo.
Inter can shine in Champions League
Inter would have plenty to offer the Champions League should they beat Lazio, writes Richard Thomas.
Lazio earned Champions League chance
Ahead of the showdown with Inter for fourth place, Daryl Hammond argues Lazio have done more than enough to earn their Champions League ticket.
The day Ronaldo cried
After 16 years, Lazio and Inter once again go head-to-head in a decisive final showdown and Richard Hall will be at the Stadio Olimpico.
Survival of the fittest
Going into the final round of the season, there are still five teams who could be relegated to Serie B, so Ramez Nathan analyses the situation.
Mancini can steady the ship
The Azzurri have taken an important step by appointing Roberto Mancini, a rather unspectacular, but solid choice, writes Vilizar Yakimov.
Who can stop Juventus?
After a seventh straight title and fourth domestic double, Emmet Gates wonders when and if the Juventus dominance of calcio will end.
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