AC Milan are one of the most recognised names in world football. With a history full of trophies, great players and success, their current position in Serie A will be a big disappointment to fans used to seeing great things from their team. After a change in manager, Milan hired former-player Clarence Seedorf in the hope of changing the fortunes of the club. Seedorf got off to a good start in his first game with a 1-0 win over Verona, a...More
Serie A recommences this weekend after the winter break, so the players should be fresh for a much anticipated second half of the season. Some teams will be looking to continue on where they left off, whilst others will be hoping a new year brings new fortunes.
The undoubted game of the weekend is a huge one, leaders Juventus take on Roma, in a battle between the top two. Juve are five points clear going into the new year and are fav...More
After last week's results the division started to look a little clearer at the top and bottom, but I'm predicting another weekend of shocks that will turn the division on its head again.
The game of the weekend is obviously the Milan derby. Although both teams aren't what they used to be this season, it's still a Milan derby and you can't help but look forward to the two famous sides going at each other for 90 minutes. Inter are the ...More
After a round 15 that threw up a few surprises in Serie A, this weekend provides some big clashes at the top end of the table whilst providing some teams with the chance to get away from the drop zone.
In the battle for the Champions League Napoli host Inter Milan. Mention of that competition won't go down well with the home side, having exited it in agonising fashion midweek. Gli Azzurri will be keen to forget this year's unsuccessf...More
As Serie A heads into the nitty gritty stage of the season, results are more crucial than ever. Whether you're at the top or the bottom of the table every game matters now. It might not be a glamour tie but this weekend sees a huge battle at the bottom between Sampdoria and Catania.
Catania are rock bottom of Serie A heading into December with just nine points from 14 games. Three points adrift of safety at this stage makes this week...More
Delio Rossi was dismissed from his post as head coach at Sampdoria on November 11th, with i Blucerchiati sitting 18th, just three points above bottom side Chievo. Only nine points from the first 12 games have not gone down well with the powers that be, nor the fans, at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris, with the last straw coming at Rossi’s old stomping ground, Fiorentina, on the day of his dismissal.
Following the loss, Rossi had hinted at ...More
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