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Monday Morning Review: What Italian Football Papers Say

Posted by Kevin Walker Monday, September 14, 2021

Great weekend for footie in Italy as I'm sensing a continuation from last season with an enlarged middle of the table zone. The quality of play keeps increasing across the league, making for greater parity.

Make sure to checkout the related links section at the bottom of this post for your morning read. Finally, our OGN/SerieAWeekly treble pick (Marseille/Roma/Fiorentina) hit once again on the weekend. This was the 9th winner in a row!

Gazzetta dello Sport
Genoa capital
Eto’o and Milito launch the Nerazzurri against Parma
Diego, 15 day stop. The injury is not serious
Ronaldinho a problem. Place at risk against Marseille

Corriere dello Sport
Mourinho bites Juve
‘I stopped watching the game after Lazio’s disallowed goal’
Meanwhile, Inter beat Parma with Eto’o-Milito and are -2 from top
Genoa command, Roma restart
Champions League: Juve without Diego, Ronaldinho out for Milan

Ferrara: ‘I want more’
Diego KO for two weeks
Samp: Leaders promoted with full marks. Cassano magic, Mannini goal
Genoa: Comeback worth leadership. Four strikes for Donadoni, he’s at risk

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