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Monday July 16 2018
Chievo & Parma face relegation?

Chievo and Parma will appear in court on Tuesday, each facing the threat of relegation from Serie A.

Chievo were referred to the FIGC’s Federal National Court for false accounting, while Parma striker Emanuele Calaio is alleged to have sent text messages to Spezia players implying possible match-fixing before his side’s 2-0 win on May 18, which secured their return to the top flight.

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Friday July 13 2018
Serie A fixtures date set

Fixtures for the 2018-19 Serie A season will be announced on Thursday July 26, it has been confirmed.

Unlike the Premier League, which released dates for all 380 of its matches at 09:00 BST on June 14, the Serie A fixtures will be unveiled in a special ceremony live on Sky.

The campaign will start on Saturday August 18 and end on May 26 2019, although the calendar will only be finalised in the next few days, as will the criteria for its fulfilment and which channels will air which games.

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Friday July 13 2018
Eleven Sports to show Serie A

The Serie A rights for the UK and Ireland have been bought by Eleven Sports, who will broadcast the league for the next three seasons.

The company, owned by Leeds United chairman Andrea Radrizzani had previously bought the La Liga rights in the UK, and it has now taken the Italian rights from BT Sport.

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Thursday July 12 2018
Serie A gets Ronaldomania

Cristiano Ronaldo's arrival is not just a game-changer for Juventus, but for all of Serie A, off the field as much as on it, argues Emmet Gates.

Juventus fans were outraged. The club had again increased the prices of season tickets. This time however, there was a serious hike, with tickets rising by as much as €300. To sit in the Curva, generally amongst the cheapest seats in any stadium in Italy, was now costing in excess of €600, by far and away the highest in Serie A.

Fans protested, and many argued that for the hike in prices they wanted to see a Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi playing in black and white. Fast forward two weeks later and Juve, incredibly, delivered.

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Wednesday July 11 2018
Serie A in World Cup Final

There are seven Serie A players participating in the World Cup Final between Croatia and France on Sunday.

This evening, Croatia beat England 2-1 in extra time to enter their first ever World Cup Final, as it was only their second semi-final after 1998.

Serie A figures were decisive, as Inter winger Ivan Perisic scored the equaliser and then nodded on a loose ball for Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic to finish it off.

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Tuesday July 10 2018
Serie A and Liga on Ronaldo effect

The President of the Lega Serie A called Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival to Juventus “historic for all of Italian sport,” while La Liga hope it won’t affect their revenue.

The deal was confirmed this evening at a cost of €100m, plus €12m in formation fees to his previous clubs Sporting CP and Manchester United.

“Cristiano Ronaldo represents an historic move not just for Juve and the city of Turin, but also for Italian sport,” said Lega Serie A President Gaetano Micchichè.

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Tuesday July 10 2018
Ronaldo breaks transfer record

Juventus have smashed the Serie A transfer record with the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo, two years after doing the same for Gonzalo Higuain.

The Portuguese superstar has joined the Old Lady for €100m signing a four year contract believed to be worth around €30m per season.

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Monday July 9 2018
Official: No Wilshere in Serie A

Former Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere will not be playing in Serie A next season after officially signing for West Ham United.

The likes of Milan, Juventus and Roma had been linked with Wilshere at various points over the last two years, but West Ham announced on Monday that the Englishman had put pen to paper until 2021.

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Wednesday July 4 2018
Tagliavento lands new role

Former Serie A referee Paolo Tagliavento has been confirmed as the new team manager of Serie C side Ternana.

Tagliavento officiated in Serie A for 14 years and was a FIFA and UEFA referee between 2007 and 2017, before retiring in May.

“Ternana Calcio are delighted to announce the entry of Mr. Paolo Tagliavento into its senior management,” read a statement on the Rossoverde’s official website.

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Saturday June 30 2018
VAR goes 3D in Serie A

There will be 3D technology used to make VAR more effective on offside rulings in Serie A from the 2018-19 season.

The introduction of Video Assistant Referees already cut the number of errors seen in Serie A last term, but there is always room for improvement.

“In technical terms, we will have 3D technology and make the issue of offside even more precise, as a few centimetres had caused a few problems in the past,” announced Serie A refereeing designator Nicola Rizzoli in a Press conference.

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