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David Schiavone On October - 19 - 2010

Podcast: Mihajlovic Edges Closer To The Exit Door

The Italian Football FanCast is the podcast for fans of Serie A and Calcio.

On this weeks Italian Football FanCast we delve deep into week seven’s matches in Serie A.

Both Dov and Kris were at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris to watch Fiorentina take on Sampdoria. In what was a disappointing game, La Viola were in the lead for the majority but two lates goals from Reto Zeigler and Antonio Cassano saved the day for the Blucerchiati while heaping even more pressure on Sinisa Mihajlovic.

AC Milan had to thank Pato for the win against a Chievo team who didn’t give up the ghost and almost came back from two goals down but Robinho sealed the win late on.

Their city rivals Inter also took three points from their trip to Sardinia as Samuel Eto’o scored the only goal of the game against Cagliari, while Juventus registered a thumping win over Lecce with Alessandro Del Piero scoring his 178th goal in Serie A, equalling Giampiero Boniperti’s record for Juventus.

With big money moves to the peninsula touted for both Kaka and Lionel Messi, we discuss the merits of both and whether or not they are likely to happen.

Plus, we have a preview of the Champions League matches including AC Milan’s trip to face Real Madrid.

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Dov and Kris

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