Thursday 23 November 2017

Mamma, play-offs!

Champions League chills, for the Italians everything will be decided in 90 minutes.

Messi at half, Juve too

The Bianconeri get a 0-0 with Barça, who line-up with Messi only in the second half.
And now they have to win in Athens [between Napoli and Inter] not to be dependent on others.

Griezmann does magic and Roma are stalled

The Giallorossi are disappointed but the Last 16 is in sight: there’s Qarabag at home.
Conte already through.

PSG go behind but then get 7, Swiss slip-up for Mou and Ibra

Milan call-up Kaka too

Montella looks for the pass to the Last 32 at San Siro.
The ex sees Fassone, is a job in view?

Euro-caravan, for Atalanta a point is enough in the home of the Beatles

Malago freezes the commissioner: “Calcio needs refounded"

Juve, you’re there!

Champions League

Dybala threatens the last-gasp winner: it ends 0-0 with Barça

They could even reach the Last 16 with a defeat in Athens

Roma fall

Cholo breaks the Giallorossi in Madrid with goals from Griezmann and Gameiro, but the 2-0 with Atletico is not too painful: qualification is very close

‘I trust the Chinese investors’

Berlusconi reassures Milan fans, who tonight take on Austria Vienna in the Europa League

Lazio host Vitesse

Insigne makes Napoli rich, now he’s valued at €100m

Fever pitch for Juve, 26,000 tickets sold in only five hours

Malagò invokes a turning point: ‘Football needs radical reforms’

CONI ready to nominate a commissioner if the Lega Serie A doesn’t elect the President

And if 4-4-2 was the right system?

Only real Juve at the end

Barcelona are not irresistible and without Messi in the starting XI, but the Bianconeri don’t make the most of it and light up only when Allegri changes

To get into the last 16, decisive trip to Athens

Roma slide in Madrid, qualification is postponed


The idea: Niang+Belotti and then Nestorovski

Miha: Practice for San Siro, awaiting January

Europa League

Milan and Atalanta seek qualification to turn the tide

Ogbonna: ‘I have nostalgia for Italy’

Taarabt: ‘Genoa can go far’