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Saturday March 21 2020
Coutinho Inter return forces Conte tactical reshuffle?

Inter could re-sign Philippe Coutinho on a two-year loan deal, which would force Antonio Conte to alternate his system, according to Tuttosport.

Martinez has been linked with a move to Barcelona for a number of months, with the player reportedly looking to play alongside Lionel Messi.

According to Tuttosport, Coutinho, who started his career in Europe with Inter a decade ago, could re-join the club.

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Wednesday March 18 2020
Immobile: 'Klopp, Emery, Inzaghi and Conte different'

Lazio hitman Ciro Immobile described the “totally different” coaching methods of Simone Inzaghi, Unai Emery, Jurgen Klopp and Antonio Conte.

The Italy international has found his niche at the Stadio Olimpico, after spells at Sevilla and Borussia Dortmund, where he got to work with some of the world’s current top managers.

“The training sessions in Spain are pretty similar to in Italy,” explained Immobile in an Instagram live stream.

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Wednesday March 18 2020
Martial reappears in link with Inter

Inter are allegedly looking at Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Manchester United star Anthony Martial amid Barcelona’s interest in Lautaro Martinez.

Calciomercato.com writes that the Nerazzurri are preparing for life after the Argentine hero, who reportedly has a release clause of €111m in his current deal at San Siro.

It’s understood that Barca are ready to trigger the clause and the outlet claims Antonio Conte has already started looking for a replacement.

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Sunday March 15 2020
On this day: Batigol's rocket against Man Utd

Today marks the 20th anniversary of Gabriel Batistuta’s most famous goal on British shores – his 25-yard screamer against Manchester United in the 1999-00 Champions League.

Batigol had remained an elusive figure to the wider footballing public in many ways.

Despite Italian football being very popular throughout the 1990s in the UK, it wasn’t watched by everyone.

For some, the only glimpse they got of Batistuta was at USA ’94 and France ’98 with Argentina.

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Sunday March 15 2020
Reina: 'Can't ignore coronavirus'

Milan-owned goalkeeper Pepe Reina warns Aston Villa, the Premier League and Britain “can’t just close their eyes and look the other way” during the coronavirus pandemic.

While most countries in Europe have focused on social distancing and urging people to stay home to stem the spread of the disease, the English game was the last to shut down and had until Friday planned to carry on with full crowds.

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Saturday March 14 2020
Ogbonna: 'Premier League almost waiting for death'

West Ham United and Italy defender Angelo Ogbonna warns the Premier League and English authorities “still don’t realise the danger of Coronavirus. It’s as if they were waiting for someone to die before taking action.”

There have been numerous cases of Coronavirus in the Premier League, including Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta, before they decided to halt football.

Until then, the Government was still urging them to play games with crowds, something Ogbonna found astonishing.

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Friday March 13 2020
West Ham self-isolate staff in contact with Arteta

West Ham have confirmed that the personnel in direct contact with Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta are now in self-isolation.

Arsenal confirmed that their Spanish coach Arteta has tested positive for COVID-19 and later it was announced that Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi also had contracted the virus.

After the match against Arsenal at the weekend, The Hammers have confirmed that they have decided to take precautionary measures.

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Friday March 13 2020
Premier League suspended until April 4

The Premier League has officially decided to suspend the championship until April 4, along with the rest of the English Football League.

After the decision to suspend the matches in the Premier League, only the German Bundesliga is scheduled to play behind closed doors this weekend.

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Friday March 13 2020
Virologist: 'Realise extent of Coronavirus problem'

Professor Roberto Burioni hopes seeing professional athletes and coaches test positive for Coronavirus can represent “a step forward in realising the problem” the world faces.

There have now been two Serie A players who tested positive for Coronavirus – Juventus defender Daniele Rugani and Sampdoria forward Manolo Gabbiadini – along with Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta, while players at Leicester City, Manchester City and Chelsea are in self-isolation.

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Thursday March 12 2020
Arsenal manager Arteta has Coronavirus

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has tested positive for Coronavirus, confirm the club, but the Premier League is going ahead as normal.

“Our London Colney training centre has been closed after head coach Mikel Arteta received a positive COVID-19 result this evening,” read a club statement.

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