1. Gianluigi Donnarumma: Traitor, Misguided or Something Else?

    Things had been looking good for AC Milan . As soon as the 2016/17 Serie A campaign concluded, they began working towards making rapid and wide-reaching changes, buoyed by the long-awaited completion of Li Yonghong's takeover...

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  2. Celebrating the Extraordinariness of Juventus and Italy Icon Gianluigi Buffon

    Considered one of the finest players ever to stand between the posts, Gianluigi Buffon is many things...

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  3. Which Side Is the Most Likely to Topple Juventus in Serie A?

    They were made to wait, but Juventus were eventually crowned Serie A champions again on Sunday. The Bianconeri have now won the league title for a record six consecutive seasons, ...

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  4. Chelsea Boss Antonio Conte Rightly Lauded in Italy as a Conquering Hero

    Italian coaches enjoying success abroad is nothing new. For years, the peninsula's finest have moved to foreign shores and collected silverware with incredible regularity, but their ...

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  5. How Juventus' Transfer Policy Is Reaping Dividends

    Trailing 1-0 in May 6's Turin derby, Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri needed answers. The coach had seen his side outworked, outrun and, in truth, outthought by their city rivals, ...

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  6. Gonzalo Higuain Defies Critics and Shows Kylian Mbappe the Way Ahead

    Following the draw for the UEFA Champions League semi-finals, Juventus versus AS Monaco was portrayed as defence against attack—the irresistible force of the Ligue 1 side's ...

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  7. The Amazing Rise of Serie A Surprise Package Atalanta

    A quick glance at the Serie A table and everything looks as you might expect. The poorest squads—those of Pescara , Palermo and Crotone —occupy the relegation ...

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  8. Juventus Signal the Next Momentous Philosophy Change in Football

    As the dust settles on their incredible performance at the Camp Nou on Wednesday, it seems impossible to imagine that as recently as January, Juventus were completely outplayed by Fiorentina ...

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  9. Juventus Face True Test of Their Progress Against Familiar Faces in Barcelona

    Juventus vs. Barcelona. In terms of prestige, power and tradition, the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals could hardly have contrived to pair two more emotive names during March's draw...

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  10. Juventus Fans Find a Way to Overcome Napoli Stadium Ban

    When Gonzalo Higuain stepped out at the Stadio San Paolo on Sunday evening, the Juventus striker would've struggled to spot a friendly face...

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  11. Picking Italy's 2018 World Cup Squad After Latest International Games

    With the 2018 FIFA World Cup drawing ever nearer, players will know that their every performance will be analysed with the tournament in mind, with each hoping to see their name ...

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  12. Joe Hart's Serie A Adventure: Torino Journey Has Been Strange but Compelling

    It usually doesn't take long. After any surprising transfer—even those that supposedly "rock football to its very core"—the passage of time sees everything eventually become normal once again...

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  13. Picking Premier League Clubs for the Azzurri's Star Names

    Having reached a crucial juncture in the season, with the UEFA Champions League and domestic competitions all arriving at vital points, club football finds itself on the sidelines...

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  14. Off-Field Drama Makes Mauro Icardi a Gamble, but Talent Means It Is Worth Taking

    Speak to anyone with a passing interest in Italian football and they’ll have a strong opinion on Mauro Icardi ...

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  15. Serie A's '€100M' Star Andrea Belotti Has the Tools to Shine in Premier League

    It’s been quite the journey for Andrea Belotti. He was playing in Serie B as recently as 2013/14, then spent the following season watching Paulo Dybala and Franco Vazquez fire Palermo to a comfortable mid-table finish in the top flight...

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  16. Has Juventus Striker Gonzalo Higuain Been Worth the Hype?

    Time was ticking by at Juventus Stadium. The hosts—who had taken the lead through Leonardo Bonucci only to see Jose Callejon equalise for Napoli —were struggling to create an opening in this October meeting between these two Serie A giants...

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  17. The Making of AC Milan Star Gianluigi Donnarumma

    While it seems to be a combination of implausible and impossible, this Saturday sees Gianluigi Donnarumma celebrate his 18th birthday. Take a moment to consider that statement...

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  18. Sarri's Sizzling Napoli Have the Tools to Knock Real Madrid off Their Perch

    Napoli ’s last trip to the Santiago Bernabeu didn’t go so well. Fresh from celebrating being crowned Serie A champions for the first time in the 1986/87 campaign, the ...

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  19. Vincenzo Montella Still the Right Man for AC Milan Despite Current Problems

    Where did it all go wrong? The 2016/17 campaign began so well for AC Milan , with new coach Vincenzo Montella galvanising a squad of promising young players and propelling them to the upper echelons of Serie A from the outset...

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  20. Max Allegri Shows Daring Side with Tactical Shift but Juventus Has Much to Prove

    For a club closing in on its 120-year anniversary and a record sixth consecutive Serie A title, three other numbers have come to represent Juventus over the past few seasons: 3-5-2...

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  21. Inter Milan Show Signs of Emerging from Slumber, but Is It Another False Dawn?

    Eight wins in a row. It might not sound like much, but after spending so long struggling in the years since Jose Mourinho left Inter Milan , it is unquestionably a major milestone for the Serie A giants...

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  22. AC Milan's Mattia De Sciglio Would Be an Ideal Signing for Juventus

    As the dust settled on Juventus ’ most recent result, the problems faced in a 2-1 defeat to Fiorentina at the weekend were understandably widely discussed...

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  23. Radja Nainggolan Is Roma's Driving Force, but He Would Be Perfect for Chelsea

    When AS Roma took on AC Milan before the winter break, the game was seen as two of the major Serie A title contenders going head to head...

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  24. Vincenzo Montella Making AC Milan a Team to Fear Once Again

    Glancing at the Serie A table during the league's traditional winter break throws up a number of surprises...

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  25. Juventus Hoping Tomas Rincon Can Be the New Edgar Davids

    It’s no secret that much of Juventus ’ struggles this term have been due to a lack of chemistry in midfield...

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