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Adam Digby On March - 17 - 2011

Serie A Weekly’s Five-A-Day: Thursday March 17

Here we go again with Serie A Weekly giving you a list of five stories to read this lunchtime that we have seen from around the web and enjoyed ourselves. Many of these will be about Italian football of course but there is always room for something different and those will be here too. Take a look at our recommendations, pass them on and be sure to leave a comment on these great articles. See you at the same time tomorrow for more of the same!

First up, lots of people have had their say on Inter’s win over Bayern and apart from the wonderful look at it from our very own TB here on Serie A Weekly we have to point you in the direction of Rafael Honigstein. His look at what the loss tells us about Bayern Munich for SI is typically excellent. See for yourself here

Next a good friend of Serie A Weekly, Giancarlo Rinaldi. He will be contributing a new feature here on the site from Friday but for now, take a look at his admission that Goran Pandev made him look very silly on Tuesday night. Read why here

Nostalgia fans (great segway there for anyone paying attention!) should certainly be regular visitors to The Equaliser right now, their trek through football’s history is simply great and this look at the emergence of Pele is no different. Take a look is a favourite of ours, and a piece that caught our eye especially today was a look at the abuse officials at all levels are subjected to. Read Jon Allison’s take on it here

Hearing that César Luis Menotti has had a growth removed from his right lung saddened the football community, a genius tactician and world cup winner. Jonathan Wilson superbly recaps the great man for The Guardian

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