1. FIFA World Cup 2010: Italy's Lack of Creativity Will Be Its Downfall

    Italy played its first game of the World Cup today and came away with a 1-1 draw against Paraguay. The Azzurri trailed in the game but were able to even the score in the second half on a Daniele De Rossi goal...

    Steven Sciavillo Written by Steven Sciavillo about 4 years ago 614 reads 2 comments

  2. The Emperor Adriano Arrives in Rome

    This week AS Roma completed the signing of Adriano on a free transfer from Brazilian team Flamengo. The move gives Roma what they have consistently lacked over the last few years—a big-time goal scoring striker (outside of Luca Toni on loan)...

    Steven Sciavillo Written by Steven Sciavillo about 4 years ago 448 reads 1 comments

  3. World Cup 2010 Predictions USA Vs England Preview: My U.S. Starting 11

    The United States begins its World Cup adventure against England on Saturday. England is one of the tournament's favorites and is expected to win Group C...

    Steven Sciavillo Written by Steven Sciavillo about 4 years ago 1,656 reads 18 comments

  4. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Punch Giuseppe Rossi's Ticket To South Africa

    Before departing for South Africa in a few days, Italy Coach Marcello Lippi, will have decisions to make. He will have to decide which five players to leave behind on the Italian peninsula...

    Steven Sciavillo Written by Steven Sciavillo about over 4 years ago 819 reads 5 comments

  5. Diego Milito: Inter's "Principe" Could Become Argentina's King

    Since his arrival in Europe in 2003, Diego Milito has been a strong goalscorer. From his two year tenure at Serie A's Genoa C.F.C—prior to their relegation to Serie C1—to his three-year stint at Real Zarazoga S...

    Steven Sciavillo Written by Steven Sciavillo about over 4 years ago 730 reads 0 comments

  6. Juventus' Transfer Woes: The Failures and a Possible Summer Plan

    No, your eyes aren't playing tricks on you. Seventh place is not where you would expect to find Juventus on the Serie A table with one game to play—except this is the harsh reality for Juventus fans...

    Steven Sciavillo Written by Steven Sciavillo about over 4 years ago 1,468 reads 26 comments

  7. Fabrizio Miccoli: Azzurri Worthy

    It seems that every time you watch Palermo play in the Serie A, Fabrizio Miccoli puts on a show. So my friend refers to him as “The Miccoli Show” or simply “The Show...

    Steven Sciavillo Written by Steven Sciavillo about over 4 years ago 276 reads 0 comments

  8. AS Roma: Why Money Isn't Always the Most Important Thing

    People say money rules the world, and this seems to be especially true these days when referring to world football. Even two of the world's top clubs, Manchester United and AC Milan, couldn't ...

    Steven Sciavillo Written by Steven Sciavillo about 5 years ago 94 reads 2 comments

  9. AC Milan Find a Steal In Oguchi Onyewu

    AC Milan reinforced their defence today, and it was greatly needed, especially in light of losing legend Paolo Maldini to retirement...

    Steven Sciavillo Written by Steven Sciavillo about 5 years ago 252 reads 3 comments

  10. What The Confederations Cup Taught Us About Italy

    Change. Change is a part of life. Sometimes it can be a good thing, while at times it can be for the worse. Even when change is not desirable, sometimes it is necessary. The need for change is staring Italian coach Marcello Lippi in the face...

    Steven Sciavillo Written by Steven Sciavillo about 5 years ago 119 reads 1 comments

  11. Why The New York Islanders Got It Right

    While both John Tavres and Victor Hedman appear to be can't miss NHL superstars in the making, I believe that the Islanders made the correct choice...

    Steven Sciavillo Written by Steven Sciavillo about 5 years ago 17 reads 0 comments