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Midday Madness: What Italian Football Papers Say

Posted by Kevin Walker Monday, August 31, 2021

MaraDiego - Juve Capital
The Brazilian entertains the Olimpico: fantastic brace.
At 7pm the transfer window will end.
Torino against Empoli tries to run away.
Genoa in for Pandev.
Crespo could go to Lazio. Roma want Quaresma.

Gazzetta dello Sport
Diegol! Juve enjoy it too
3-1 win in Rome. Brace from the Brazilian and then Melo.
Bianconeri lead the table with Lazio, Genoa and Sampdoria.
Moratti bewitched by Milito: “Bravissimo”
Berlusconi about the defeat: “I am not worried”
Quaresma on the move. Transfer market about to end.

Corriere dello Sport
King Diego
Brace from the Brazilian: Juve are top after dominating Roma 3-1
Ferrara: “Diego reminds me of another Diego…”
Napoli and Lazio what a party with Quagliarella and Cruz
Donadoni beats his former team Livorno, Ballardini wins in Verona
Jovetic punishes Palermo.
Exclusive Moratti: “Eto’o and Milito are better than Ronaldo and Vieri.”

Lookout for Serie A Matchday RoundUp on Tuesday, and also a special Champions League Group Stage Podcast

Milan Derby: Return Of The Champions Milan 0-4 Inter

Posted by Kevin Walker Sunday, August 30, 2021
Oh my oh my the champions Inter are playing like champions.

After drawing on opening day to newly promoted Bari, the Nerazzurri crank out a stunning 4 goal performance against city rivals Milan, with Julio Cesar claiming a clean sheet, as AC Milan are incapable of putting anything past the Inter keeper. Gennaro Gattuso was sent off 5 minutes before the half for a foul on Samuel Eto'o leading to a second Inter goal by import and new boy Diego Milito from the penalty spot. The new faces of Motta, Eto'o, Milito, and Sneijder all played their part in this mauling of Milan.

I am left wondering, who is truly black and blue from this encounter?

Chris Nee from twofootedtackle had this to say, "on the stroke of half time, it really was game over. Inter were irresistable up the right wing and Milito played a lovely one-two to provide Douglas Maicon with a simple but exhilarating finish to put the match to bed before the break."

Inter President Massimo Moratti after the match, “It was such a great game! It was a battle in the first 20 minutes, then we dominated thanks to a fantastic style of football."

When asked on newly arrived Wesley Sneijder Moratti said, “It is incredible how he immediately settled into the squad and showed such character in a very important game.”

Goal Highlights

First Half At The San Siro

Second Half Screamer By Dejan Stankovic


Milan: Storari; Zambrotta, Nesta, Thiago Silva, Jankulovski; Gattuso, Pirlo, Flamini (Seedorf 46); Ronaldinho (Huntelaar 63); Borriello (Ambrosini 46), Pato

Inter: Julio Cesar; Maicon, Lucio, Samuel, Chivu; Zanetti, Stankovic, Thiago Motta (Muntari 60); Sneijder (Vieira 73); Milito (Balotelli 78), Eto'o

Ref: Rizzoli

Milan's Leonardo Meets The Press

Posted by Kevin Walker Saturday, August 29, 2021
Passione - On the eve of the derby and after the draw for the Champions League, Leonardo was delivered today to the traditional press conference before the weekend matchday:

About the draw for the Champions League Group stage: "This will be of great emotions, especially the meeting with Real Madrid in the Champions League. We will play against a team that spent much, but we must not lose sight of the other two teams, namely Marseille is evolving and is a team that makes beautiful things in the Champions League, then FC Zurich is that we know ... For now it's better to think of the derby. "

About the derby: "It's a derby, which happens very early, I think this is the first time he played during the second day. The concentration does not change, because it's an important moment. This game when it happens it happens and from the can continue with good melody. The journey we have made so far gives us confidence for this game. There have been many developments in recent days. We compete against a team who won for the last 4 years. For that it is impossible to have no motivation. The victory is the consequences of so many things. We are changing and it shows on the field. I think the way we behave, we can obtain good results. And it is on this that we must build. "

About the formation of the Inter: "Maybe that Inter has more certainty, they have had years of supremacy, or they have dominated the championship. There were physical force base. Regarding us, we just slowed down in recent years in Italy and now we try again with a new type of game If you think a favorite is normal to think about Inter. I do not think it is a derby poorer because the Derby is the Derby even without Kaka and Ibra will be a great game. The thing that concerns me most today is the module that they will use. They have very many possibilities to put the players as they want. It is an unpredictable team. With Zanetti, Santon, Stankovic, Balotelli, basically all the players can have a different role. From our side I do not think our area is the low side. Our game was beginning to be offensive with 3 forwards and 3 midfield. Then things changed for various reasons and we returned to our module, which is our trademark. We must rely on ourselves and our mechanisms. When Milan and Inter clash anything can happen. I do not know how they play, they have so many options. And Mourinho also changes a lot during games. They have so many alternatives and it is important to know they can use. "

"If I say I have not thought about that tomorrow night we could have 5 points, I tell a lie. It is still early to tell. Continuity is very important in Italy's match tomorrow is just one step in a long journey. I must say that in football today it has also become important to win when playing badly. Inter are changing skin, especially through Ibrahimovic helped them last year to bring forward a lot of balloons. Now they are changing in this way. By cons I think that Milan has always been the team with the mentality elegant, with the possibility to run the ball and it must always remain our philosophy. "

About the coaching profession: "The hardest part is when we must make choices, especially when you see the application for everyone. The most important things is having good response from the players. What I am trying to do is to have stability and fairness in reporting, although I know they do not always understand me. The report sincere and direct I find essential. Organization, attention and concentration are the characteristics I want to see as cons Siena. It was a positive match. Now we play at home to our audience and there must be something more. The period of the transfer window is closed. Now it is time player. I would also say that I still have doubts. At any time of day I try to understand my interlocutors. There are still 90% security and 10% of doubts. It is also a way to evolve. "

Before concluding, Leonardo wanted to talk about some specific player, Ronaldinho, Flamini and Huntelaar:

"Ronaldinho has participated in all training this week. Not only him but the whole team. Whether the physical level as well as tactical training.

Huntelaar could not play at Siena because of a suspension. He is a player with an important technique and with intelligence. He has power and incredible accuracy. He is very strong penalty area.

Flamini has played as a fullback and he can do it again. He has the physical and athletic characteristics that allow it to do. Today he's fine, it was a great preparation and a very good game to Siena, I'm happy. "

Video: Welcome To The Airwaves World Football Daily

Posted by Kevin Walker Friday, August 28, 2021
So you thought you could eliminate Steven Cohen and his reporting of the beautiful game, well think again enemies of soccer in North America.

Cohen is back and more determined then before to bring the best quality daily program on the game to the internet airwaves.

Welcome back also co-host Kenny Hassan who will usher in a new forum known as, World Football Daily.

Watch the following 20 minute UStream segment recorded moments ago at the new World Football studio, a run down on what the boys at WFD have planned for you the Football/Soccer fan.

Straight from the WFD Facebook

Subject: WORLD FOOTBALL DAILY INFORMATION! This Friday, August 28th the folks that brought you World Soccer Daily will let you into what is next for them and for you: WORLD FOOTBALL DAILY. Today at 10am PST, Kenny Hassan, Steven Cohen and producer Rafael Gonzalez will tease you with a 15-20 minute segment that can be caught on Ustream channel “WFD,” or via podcast “World Football Daily.” On Monday, August 31st, World Football Daily will do a complete show, with guests, as we preview what the future of our brand is going to be. It is our intent to change the way football is discussed by bringing a football show of the people, for the people and by the people straight to the people. We hope you will get involved, be active and support this new show. The United States of America will lead the way in fan-based shows covering the beautiful game.

Gazzetta dello Sport
Kaka & Ibra return to us
Milan-Real and Inter-Barcelona
Pato: “I would give my life for a goal”
Eto’o: “I am not going to score but we will win”
Juventus will face Ribery’s Bayern and Gourcuff’s Bordeaux

Corriere dello Sport
Milan: Kaka!
The Rossoneri will face Real.
Inter: Ibra!
The Nerazzurri against the European champions.
Bayern and Bordeaux for Juve
Europa League: Great Roma
Bari sign Donati. Napoli after Dzemaili. Juve chase Grosso

Juve, there is Ribery!
Watch out from Bayern and Bordeaux
Ibra against Inter and Kaka against Milan. Lyon again for Fiorentina
Platini: Diego reminds me of Maradona
The Frenchman says the Brazilian is an example for children
Colpo Grosso Juve! After the night meeting Ferrara awaits Fabio
Leon to Toro, after Coppola they sign another player

Ronaldinho Sparks Milan Resurgence

Posted by David Schiavone Thursday, August 27, 2021
As AC Milan took to the field against Siena, many including myself were waiting for the wheels to fall off the Rossoneri bandwagon. In the run up to the new season Milan managed a magnificent run of seven games without victory, until solace came in the form of the Trofeo Berlusconi, a victory over Juventus was much enjoyed.

Thus, it seemed Milan were doomed to another season of underachievement, players left, notably Kaka and Gourcuff. Paolo Maldini retired, Carlo Ancelotti moved on, so a new dawn is certainly on the horizon and it falls on the shoulders of rookie coach Leonardo to resurrect the failing Milan giants.

Going into the opening fixture with Siena, Milan were given a relatively straight forward task of beating a team that will almost certainly be battling against relegation in the coming season. Leonardo started Ronaldinho as a trequartista playing behind Pato and Marco Borriello. Thiago Silva made his Serie A debut alongside the returning Alessandro Nesta.

During the match Ronaldinho’s passing was sublime, his eye for the killer pass has not gone, as shown by his involvement in Milan’s two goals, he revelled in having the freedom to demonstrate his limitless technical attributes. One negative would be his lack of movement, he is still overweight, but after promising his teammates he will be a ‘better professional’ I’m sure he can and will return to something like full fitness.

Pato was another of the star performers on the night, bagging a brace, whilst also getting under the skin of the Robur, leading to a final whistle fracas apparently due to his ‘lack of respect’, this according to Siena Captain Simone Vergassola. This apart, Pato demonstrated ability beyond his years, he has pace, samba skills and an eye for goal, plus the added incentive of a place in Dunga’s 2010 World Cup squad, a fantastic season will surely be had by the Duck.

Thiago Silva and Nesta were both solid against Siena. Silva showing his cool head and passing ability from the back, Nesta his organisation and reading of the game, this could be key to Milan's season. If both stay fit - when I say ‘both’, I mean Nesta - then a very fruitful partnership could well develop.

Another thing I noticed was the fight and drive within the side, they played a faster game then the Milan of last year, they also chased and hassled more than in previous years, something that was extremely refreshing to see.

Marco Storari in the Milan goal is a weak point for me, arguably at fault for Ghezzal’s equaliser, he is not the quality Milan require between the sticks, though a more accomplished goalkeeper than Nelson Dida. Zambrotta’s legs have gone, and Gattuso seems a shadow of his former self and Jankulovski, for all his endeavour going forward, is very much a liability defensively.

With Klaas-Jan Huntelaar brought in and the possibility of a full-back on the horizon, I have become more of an optimist regarding Milan’s prospects this season, I may be a bit hasty after only one game, but there is definitely a good amount of ability and drive within the team, lets just hope injuries do not ruin the party.

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Internazionale held to a 1-1 draw with new boys Bari, Pato scores 2 for Milan to overcome Siena, while Genoa - Roma slug out a 5 goal scorefest. Listen in as Dov and I cover all the magic of opening day for Italian Serie A.

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Monday Morning Review: What Italian Football Papers Say

Posted by Kevin Walker Monday, August 24, 2021
Gazzetta dello Sport
More Juve than Inter
Diego and Iaquinta launch Ferrara
Bari stall Mourinho
Genoa, Samp, Lazio and Zenga’s Palermo also win
Ancelotti impressed by Milan
‘I saw them play well at Siena. Compliments to Leo’
Di Natale brace like Pato
Ibra sets up Messi, first trophy with Barça

Corriere dello Sport
Juve sprint, Inter hit the brakes
Bianconeri thank Iaquinta to beat Chievo
A great Bari silences Mourinho: Eto’o not enough
Palermo and Lazio party
Unlucky and wasteful Napoli
Rocchi and Zarate the stars against Atalanta
Roma rage as they fight back at Genoa, but eventually fall
Catania caught out in stoppages by Samp
Cagliari threaten victory at Livorno
Ancelotti won’t stop: third straight win for Chelsea
Reggina begin tonight against Cesena

Diego’s Juve is beautiful and deadly
First the team entrances, then shows it can sustain pressure
Mou’s draw sounds the alarm
After sniping at ‘enemies,’ the Coach is disappointed by his Inter
Spectacular Genoa
Samp shock!
Toro: Cairo confirms ‘we’ll be active on the market’

Italian Serie A Football: Day One Of Match Day One

Posted by Kevin Walker Sunday, August 23, 2021
A quick update for the sleepy Serie A Fan, AC Milan win their opening day match against homeside Siena 2-1 with 2 goals from Alexander Pato, while Bologna and Fiorentina scratch out a 1-1 draw result in the other Saturday match.

Today's Fixture List

18:00 Inter Milan vs Bari
20:45 Catania vs Sampdoria
20:45 Genoa vs AS Roma
20:45 Juventus vs Chievo
20:45 Lazio vs Atalanta
20:45 Livorno vs Cagliari
20:45 Palermo vs Napoli
20:45 Udinese vs Parma\

Official Match Ball For Serie A 2009-2010 Season

Posted by Kevin Walker Friday, August 21, 2021
  • This is actually old news but I've not seen many images of the ball on the net and with no further ado the official match ball of the Italian Serie A this season is...

Nike Total 90 Ascente Ball

  • Geometric Precision distributes pressure evenly across panels and around the ball for a consistent, accurate and powerful strike no matter where it's hit
  • Perfect Sphericity allows the ball to fly faster, farther, and more accurately


  • Asymmetrical High-Contrast Graphic creates an optimal flicker as the ball rotates for a more powerful visual signal allowing the player to more easily identify and track the ball


  • Compressed Polyethylene Layer stores energy from impact and releases it at launch
  • Cross-Linked Nitrogen-Expanded Foam for exceptional shape retention and durability
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  • 2 year stitch and shape guarantee

The ball will be used in all Serie A, Serie B, and Coppa Italia matches as well as the SuperCoppa this August and in all Primavera matches. Serie A is relatively new to the whole one match ball for the whole league system, as only last year they signed a league-wide deal with Nike for the first time. Before that each team was responsible to provide their own match balls for home games

Hello Serie A Weekly listeners this episode of the OGN podcast was recorded Thursday evening as a Serie A Roundtable. The panel gives it's opinions and predictions on the upcoming Italian Serie A 2009-2010 season.

Serie A Weekly Roundtable guests include, David Schiavone of Italian Football Fancast, Brian Zygo from The Zygo Soccer Report and 1560 The Game , and the creator of Fantasy Serie A site, Vince Culotta.

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check out the following goal highlights for all Italian sides in UEFA action this week

Sporting 2:2 ACF Fiorentina

Genoa - Odense 3-1

Lazio - Elfsborg 3-0

Kosice - AS Roma 3-3
Gazzetta dello Sport
‘My Inter are better’
Moratti speaks out: ‘We strengthened the squad and our bank balance this summer.
‘I don’t want to get into the Mourinho-Lippi controversy.
‘A fifth consecutive Scudetto is worth as much as the Champions League’
Del Piero: ‘Juve do not envy Inter anything’
Magic Totti’s Europa League brace
Lazio and Genoa OK

Corriere dello Sport
‘It is Juve’s year’
Del Piero begins his 17th Bianconeri campaign and lays down the gauntlet
‘We fought so hard to get back up, now it’s time to win’
Spectacular Lazio win 3-0
Totti’s there for Roma, the defence isn’t
Here is Sneijder’s Inter as Burdisso goes to Roma

Del Piero: ‘Juve win, your wait is over’
‘Mourinho? I’m not falling for that one. I don’t envy Inter anything’
Sneijder sparks a money row between Real and Inter
Europa League: Genoa start well
Lazio almost qualified
Wasteful Roma draw 3-3
Bologna take Zalayeta on loan from Napoli

Coming up on Serie A Weekly, later this morning...

  • a preview of the new lega calcio ball, the Nike Total 90 Ascente, to be used during the 2009/2010 season in the Serie A and Serie B championship, in the Italian Cup and Super Cup and in the Primavera competitions.
  • goal highlights from all the week's UEFA Leagues action (Fiorentina, Genoa, Lazio and Roma)
  • Podcast: Serie A Weekly Roundtable, a club and league preview for the 2009-2010 season with guests David Schiavone of Italian Football Fancast, Brian Zygo from The Zygo Soccer Report and 1560 The Game and the creator of Fantasy Serie A, Vince Culotta

How Will Milan, Juventus and Inter Fare This Season?

Posted by David Schiavone Wednesday, August 19, 2021
As the Serie A season draws upon us, I thought it was about time I produced my thoughts on the upcoming season and the summer gone. I will begin with the big three Juventus, Inter and Milan, and assess how they will do in the coming nine months.

I will start with champions Internazionale, who on the back of a 4th successive Scudetto sold their most prized asset in Zlatan Ibrahimovic. While I am sad to see the wonderfully talented Swede leave, I do think Inter have managed to achieve a magnificent deal for themselves. Samuel Eto’o will score goals that is of no doubt, and the €40 million will come in handy when purchasing a trequartista.

Inter will no longer be relying on one player to win them games, in addition they should also play more as a unit than happened last season. Jose Mourinho has also bolstered this defence with Lucio, who is a monster of a centre-back who can add extra steel to an already impressive back-line.

The one aspect that is missing from the team is a bit of creativity in the middle of the park, a fact that has been documented for the entire summer. Thiago Motta was brought in from Genoa, and in Esteban Cambiassio they have one of the best defensive midfielders in Europe. An old style number 10 is a must for Mourinho and many have been linked to the club, Wesley Sneijder has looked the most likely in recent weeks.

Inter look just as strong as previous years and it is up to their rivals in the championship to up their game, something that Juventus have done over the summer. Bringing in Diego, Felipe Melo Jose Caceres and Fabio Cannavaro. Bear in mind talented coach Ciro Ferrara has had a full pre-season under his belt; the omens look good for La Vecchia Signora.

Ferrara also has a number of young Juventino to call upon; Claudio Marchisio has established himself in the first eleven and also on the fringes of the Azzurri starting line-up. Paolo De Ceglie has also the potential to be a very good player for Juve, while the super-talented Sebastian Giovinco should get more of a chance to showcase is talent under Ferrara. The 4-3-1-2 brought in to accommodate Diego also suits Giovinco to the ground.

The acquisitions, development of the squad and hunger that they no doubt will possess under Ferrara make Juventus my tip to end the Biscione’s grip on the Scudetto.
AC Milan in stark contrast to their rivals have had a chaotic summer, only winning one pre-season friendly - on penalties - summer recruits have been few and far between, plus a lack of quality is apparent. New coach Leonardo hasn’t convinced during the summer, though I did have high hopes for him, and to an extent still do, I think he is being hampered by the clubs hierarchy.

Milan will be relying on a number of Brazilians this season, the aforementioned Leonardo, Thiago Silva, who was brought in during the January transfer window but unable to play due to EU player regulations, Pato, a player that at times showed signs of the absolute brilliance be posses last season and one Ronaldo de Assis Moreira or Ronaldinho to you and me.

The Milan number 80 has been placed as the centre of the team, Silvio Berlusconi made him stand on a table and pronounce to his teammates he will be a ‘better’ player and person this year. Leonardo will use a 4-3-1-2 system and build his team round the mercurial talent. Everything is there for Ronaldinho to get somewhere close to his best having gone through three years of relative mediocrity.

As a fan I am worried about the club, Jan-Klass Huntelaar is the only signing of quality brought in, Kaka sold and Maldini retired. Milan have failed to address any of the issues that have plagued them over the last year and it seems a year of underachievement beckons for myself and my fellow Diavolo.

Also there will be a full preview of Serie A on the Italian Football FanCast this week… Join myself, Dave, Aymen and Kris for all the latest happenings in Serie A.
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SS Lippi Broadsides HMS Mourinho

Posted by Kevin Walker
With football season quickly approaching in Italy, bloggers frantically write previews on which club(s) they feel will be victorious or not so victorious come matchday 38. Is it just me or do others get bored with this type of analysis so early on. I much prefer waiting until several matchdays are completed before adding in my two cents.

Enter Italy manager and former Juventus taskmaster Marcello Lippi who this morning I discover has taken a pleasure in educating all of us on managerial success, even though his own international story is teetoring. After a dreadful performance at this summer's Confederation Cup in South Africa, Lippi has wasted no time sizing up Don Jose Mourinho with the arrival of Italian Serie A (Italy's premier domestic league), edging closer.

Football Italia has reported a "veiled" attack in the Famiglia Cristiana by Lippi on the so-called "Special One".

“You do not win games when you stand in front of the cameras and talk, but rather with what you say in the locker room. That is where great teams are made,” said Lippi.

“At the end of the day it is the players who step on to the field, not the Coaches. Mourinho, Ciro Ferrara and Leonardo cannot win alone."

Lippi's latest comments are nothing new previously upsetting the Portuguese when stating, “I had thought he was intelligent,” but all Mou has is experience. The Italy coach went on to predict Juventus would win the scudetto during the Bianconeri’s Trofeo Berlusconi defeat Friday against Milan which prompted the Inter Milan manager to accuse him of “lacking respect.”

Opening Day for the domestic Italian leagues is this Saturday remember to set your alarm clock.

LIVE: Trofeo Berlusconi AC Milan vs Juventus

Posted by Kevin Walker Monday, August 17, 2021

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Gazzetta dello Sport

Trofeo Berlusconi: Kaka fires up Milan for Juve
The Real Madrid star turned up to training yesterday
After eight straight defeats, the Rossoneri make San Siro debut
Leonardo: ‘Ronaldinho must do more’
Amauri: ‘We can win Scudetto and Champions League’
Inter now chase Baptista
Cambiasso out for 45 days
In Austria final test, beating Bahrain 1-0
Coppa Italia: Spectacular Cassano and Lavezzi

Corriere dello Sport
Juve track Zaccardo
Ferrara knew him at the World Cup and wants the loan from Wolfsburg
Tonight Trofeo Berlusconi battle with Milan
Coppa Italia: Super Napoli, Cagliari KO, Lecce hammered
Bolt runs 100m in 9.58 seconds - he’s an alien!
Inter go for Sneijder, Cambiasso KO
Cicinho rejects Barça to stay with Roma
Lazio lose Lugano and turn to Coloccini

At San Siro tonight the last pre-season test against Milan
Diego is there for Juve: ‘We want it all’
Ferrara unleashes the Brazilian: ‘Winning helps to win in future’
Kaka turns up to cheer his ex-Rossoneri teammates
Leonardo: ‘We’ve got to show pride’
Inter have Cambiasso trouble, speed up for Sneijder
Coppa Italia: Samp and Napoli turn on the turbo
Triestina eliminate Cagliari

Join In the OGN Treble Challenge At Serie A Weekly

Posted by Kevin Walker Sunday, August 16, 2021
I'll be posting up every Friday (by 11:59 PM EST) my treble parlay for the weekend matchday(s). The weekly treble will include picks from Serie A, La Liga, EPL, Ligue 1 and World Cup qualifiers.

The OGN Treble Challenge has already started and the idea is to turn $25.00 into $25,000 after 38 weeks.

The wager will also be uploaded to Bet Fantasy and I personally find this fantasy score prediction site to be quite good so check it out.

Jose Mourinho's men will be missing a key component match day 1, after Esteban Cambiasso injured himself Friday in TIM Cup action. Cambiasso will be out for at least a month, and the 28-year-old is due to undergo knee surgery for damage to his right knee during a pre-season friendly with Juventus.

FC Internazionale Milano released a statement during the last 48 hours indicating, " our medical staff will perform an arthroscopic operation, which will be scheduled in the next few days,". Since joining the Nerazzurri in 2004, the former Real Madrid CF player as been an team anchor and crucial player under both Mancini and Mourinho.

With a World Cup event approaching in 2010, I for one cannot understand why Lega Calcio have not moved forward the season start. Give us Serie A as injuries are already mounting.
Mario Barwuah Balotelli (born 12 August 2021) is an Italian footballer who plays for Serie A club Internazionale.He is known for being a pacey striker with great technical ability who can play anywhere along the front line. He is also a very good set-piece

LIVE: Trofeo TIM Cup Juventus vs AC Milan

Posted by Kevin Walker Friday, August 14, 2021
Inter has won the second match of the day 1-0 over city rivals AC Milan. Young Mario Balotelli was the lone goalscorer in that one. Inter Milan can only sit and await the final outcome in this final match between the Bianconeri and Rossoneri, while Juventus can crown themselves first time winners of the tournament if they win outright after beating Inter on penalties in the opening match today.


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Inter have just lost the opening match to Juventus on penalties so... welcome to match II where Inter can redeem themselves as they faceoff against the eternal enemy AC Milan.

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LIVE: Trofeo TIM Cup Today

Posted by Kevin Walker

The annual Trofeo TIM pits Italy’s three biggest sides against each other and gives the Coaches a great chance to monitor their level of preparation. From 6:30pm in Stadio Adriatico, Pescara Inter, Milan and Juventus clash in the Trofeo TIM and here is what the papers say,

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Corriere dello Sport - Inter, Juve, Milan - It’s a total challenge Scudetto trials in the Trofeo TIM, while everyone looks for reinforcements All at the stadium!

Tuttosport - The Bianconeri take on Inter and Milan to dispel the TIM taboo

Inter have dominated this pre-season tournament, winning five times since its inception in 2001. However, Inter manager Jose Mourinho faces stern tests against Juventus and Milan today. In game 1 clubs are down to penalities after a 1-1 scoreline. Amauri was the sole goalscorer for Juventus and is expected to make his first appearance for the Italian national men's team in their final world cup qualifiers this fall.

Game Time (three 45min matches will determine the winner)

Match 1: Inter v Juventus; 18:30pm

Match 2: Juventus v Milan; 19:30 p.m.

Match 3: Milan v Inter 20:30 p.m.

Live Coverage Switzerland vs Italia

Posted by Kevin Walker Wednesday, August 12, 2021
Second half action and the score is still all even at 0-0

Video: Inter 1-2 Lazio Super Cup Highlights

Posted by Kevin Walker Tuesday, August 11, 2021
After reviewing Super Cup highlights, the goals by Lazio are quite unique to say the least.

I thought it appropriate to post the video at Serie A Weekly for your viewing pleasure. You be the judge, is Jose Mourinho right? should Inter have won?

Monday Morning Review: What Italian Papers Say

Posted by Kevin Walker Monday, August 10, 2021
Gazzetta dello Sport
After Beijing Inter run to resolve their problems
Wanted: Assists for Eto’o
Internal option: Thiago Motta
Negotiations underway: Sneijder
The great temptation: Ribery
Cameroon hitman: ‘I enjoy playing with Milito’
King Carletto of England
Ancelotti beats Manchester United for the Community Shield
Milan: Storari leapfrogs Dida and Kalac to be first choice
Juve send Zanetti to Fiorentina, will Gago arrive?
Zola fires up Napoli: ‘Lavezzi the genius, Donadoni the brain’
Lazio’s Lotito plan - when low cost tactics win anyway

Corriere dello Sport
Zanetti to Fiorentina
Juve focus on Palombo
The Viola also interested in Boca man Munoz
Now the Bianconeri keep hold of Poulsen
Other options are Ledesma, Banega and D’Agostino
Inter: Van der Vaart!
Nerazzurri on the market to make up for Beijing
Dutchman in pole, Sneijder the alternative
Lazio huge party at the airport after winning Super Cup
Ancelotti’s immediate triumph, Chelsea already adore him
Zola: ‘It is Napoli’s year’

Diego is back!
Juve rediscover their Brazilian star after today’s medical tests
Toro go forth in the Coppa Italia, Di Michele invents and Bianchi scores
Ancelotti immediately wins over England
Zanetti to Fiorentina, now Poulsen won’t go
Eto’o: ‘Relax Inter, the Beijing goal is just the start’
Milan: Pato and Ronaldinho torment Leonardo
Genoa seek a winger, they want Quaresma or Mancini

Lazio Stun Inter To Win Italian Super Cup

Posted by Kevin Walker Saturday, August 8, 2021
That is right folks Lazio winners of last season's Coppa Italia, defeat the reigning scudetto champions and desert fox Mourinho 2-1 in Beijing earlier today, claiming the first silverware before the start of the domestic leagues in Italy.

Samuel Eto'o would score his first goal for his new club in the 78th minute but that was all for Eto'o and Inter as the mighty Mourinho crew could not overcome the captial side who went up 2-0, with goals less than 3 minutes apart earlier in the second half. The winner was scored by captain Tommaso Rocchi.

Today's victory returns Lazio to Super Cup glory after an absence of 9 years.


Inter: Julio Cesar; Maicon, Lucio, Chivu, Zanetti; Muntari (Suazo 83), Cambiasso, Thiago Motta (Vieira 69); Stankovic (Balotelli 69); Milito, Eto'o

Lazio: Muslera; Lichtsteiner, Siviglia, Diakitè, Kolarov; Brocchi, Baronio (Dabo 53), Mauri; Matuzalem (Cribari 81); Rocchi (Cruz 71), Zarate

Ref: Morganti

Minute+5 Podcast: The Ins And Outs At Napoli

Posted by Kevin Walker Monday, August 3, 2021
Hello Serie A Weekly listeners this episode of the Minute+5 podcast was recorded 2 weeks ago, prior to our move to a new 11 minute format.

I'm joined by Dov from Italian FootballFancast as we cover transfer action or lack of at Serie A side SSC Napoli. Their one big transfer in has been Fabio Quagliarella and the club has been able to retain their biggest stars from last season.

Give us a listen and leave your comments below

If you wish to download the Minute+5 pod and listen later,
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