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Update: Today's Serie A Formations April 10,2021

Posted by Kevin Walker Saturday, April 10, 2021

Here are your formations for today's Serie A action...

Napoli
Goalkeeper: De Sanctis
Defenders: Grava, Cannavaro, Campagnano
Midfielders: Zuniga, Pazienza, Gargano, Aronica, Hamsik
Forwards: Quagliarella, Lavezzi
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Parma
Goalkeeper: Mirante
Defenders: Zaccardo, Dellafiore, Paci, Lucarelli
Midfielders: Valiani, Morrone, Galloppa, Jimenz
Forwards: Biabiany, Crespo
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Fiorentina

Goalkeeper: Frey
Defenders: De Silvestr, Natali, Kroldrup, Felipe
Midfielders: Santana, Donadel, Montolivo, Gobb
Forwards: Jovetic, Gilardino
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Inter
Goalkeeper: Julio Cesar
Defenders: Maicon, Lucio, Samuel, Zanetti
Midfielders: Stankovic, Cambiasso, Sneijder
Forwards: Balotelli, Eto'o, Milito



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2 comments

  1. Patrick Said:
  2. Please explain the historical Fiorentina sheet, rather curious about it.
    Grazie.

     
  3. Kevin Walker Said:
  4. Well Pat you knew enough to realize the origin was from Firenze (Florence) the birthplace of calcio.

    Calcio storico is the father of modern soccer for Italians. Created in the time of 1540, Catherine de Medici went to live in Paris, and took with her many traditions from Italy including calcio. Many nobility played the game.

    The story goes Catherine took with her to France the "Calcio in Livrea", Livrea in old Italian means "Costume". The English saw this strange game while it was played in France and brought the game back to their region. This then in turn was the path it took to Ireland as "soccer", which was more similar to "Calcio in Costume" rather than modern soccer, and finally Rugby came to be.

     

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