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Serie A Weekly Podcast, visit for your Italian and European football newsThis week Adam and Kevin are joined by Serie A Weekly writer Julian De Martinis co-host of La Magicast. The panel talk on Ranieri leaving Roma in the final segment and the arrival of Montella plus the need to secure Frenchmen Mexes and Menez before someone else does.

Addition topics include a focus segment on Inter and Napoli as well as Sampdoria’s inability to get results after the transfer of Cassano and of course the desperate situation of bottomfeeders Bari.

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8 Responses so far.

  1. Ted says:

    um……I think this is a old podcast.

    Perhaps you had a error while uploading.

    I’m pretty sure the Paolo Bandini episode is old.

  2. Ted says:

    or perhaps there’s a error on the main page…idk.

  3. Ted says:

    Great Podcast, as always lads.

    As far as Juve. They have to be more consistent. No point in beating Inter, then losing to Lecce.

    The fight for the last CL spot will be very entertaining.

    Roma beat Bologna so maybe there on their way to glory…but you really never no with Roma.

    I was expecting a little more chatter in regards to the Champions League. I’m very interested to hear what you guys think about Serie A ” decline “…personally I don’t see it, but others do.

    Yes, Serie A might not be as competitive as England or Spain, on the European scene. But domestically, the league is flourishing.

    cheers lads!

  4. Ted says:

    I’m starting to like this podcast more than the Italian Football Fancast…

  5. Ted says:

    Sorry Dov. You’re second favorite. Perhaps you should be their next guest. You’re a Milan fan, like me. It would be nice to hear some Milan bias.

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