by Orwell Andrade
In Euro 2012, Italy approached matches with the intention of dominating the middle third of the pitch and dictating the pace of play... Read More »
by Allan Jiang
Not only has Juventus forward Sebastian Giovinco failed to live up to the expectations of Bianconeri supporters, but he’s also one of the most disliked footballers at the club... Read More »
by Gianni Verschueren
Juventus needed some brilliance from its MVP-midfield yesterday to secure a win over Siena , and got it... Read More »
by Gianluca Nesci
Heading into the 2012 UEFA European Football Championship in Poland and Ukraine, Italy manager Cesare Prandelli and his squad left many questions to be answered, and much to be desired... Read More »
by Sam Lopresti
With the European season ending, the opening of the summer transfer window now looms large over Europe. Players will move, money will be spent, and hopes for next year will be born or be sunk before they ever began... Read More »
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