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In this week’s edition of the Italian Football FanCast, we look at week 22′s fixtures. Bari produce a stunning display against Palermo, Okaka scores a magnificent goal as AS Roma triumph once more and will Alberto Zaccheroni rejuvenate a floundering Juventus side?

Kris Voakes, our ‘Man in Milan’ is here to let us know about all the things happening in and around the peninsula.

We have all the latest news and transfer gossip including Adrian Mutu’s drugs ban and Marek Hamsik getting deep, down and dirty in Naples.

This weeks ‘Goal of the Week’ can be found right here

As ever, we bring you the greatest podcast segment of all time, it is of course ‘Legends of Calcio’! This weeks legend is Paolo Di Canio, scourge of the referee but a no frills entertainer with a taste for controversy.

We also look at week 23′s fixtures including a mouthwatering clash at the Stadio Franchi between inform AS Roma and a Fiorentina side with something to prove.

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