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

On this edition of the Italian Football FanCast, we look back at the midweek fixtures from Serie A with some interesting consequences. The most noteworthy match was that at the San Siro where Milan took on Palermo, and as Milan took the three points they leapt to the top of Serie A and in the process they elicited a very surprising reaction from Maurizio Zamperini.

Kris Voakes is in Palermo to gauge all the reaction and also has a conspiricy theory of his own.

As this is the midweek FanCast we have a special guest and this week it is none other than TIm Reder, photographer and author of Calcissimo - The Spectacle of Italian Football.

TIm talks about his experiences with the fans, some of the fantasista and special stadia in Italy. You can also join his facebook group - Italian Football Photography - where you can upload pictures of your experiences at Italian football grounds

Also, look out for a fantastic competition to win a copy of Tim’s book.

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Ciao

Dov and Kris

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