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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 today, as ever on a Monday is simply the best mainstream round-up of Serie A from The Guardian’s Paolo Bandini here

While the results in Italy mean the title race is likely to go right to the last few games, Benfica won the Portuguese league this weekend. Andy Brassell was there, read his account for ESPN here

Back in Serie A and he’s done it again. Proving that two wrongs occasionally do make a right, Palermo President Zamparini corrected the error of sacking Delio Rossi by firing Serse Cosmi and rehiring the former coach. Read Lorenzo Vicini’s account here 

This weeks Serie A Weekly show was dominated by talk of Oriundi, and Sid Lowe takes a look at a fine example from German football. Read his view on Real Madrid’s Mezut Ozil here

Lastly something a little off beat. Danny Last’s excellent European Football Weekend’s have featured here before, but now Andrew Gibney has started his own Yorkshire Football Weekend’s. A brilliant idea we think, follow his first adventure here

3 Responses so far.

  1. Andrew says:

    Thanks Kev…glad you liked it :)

    • Walker says:

      Thank Adam Digby also Andy, he put together the list for review. Team effort over here at SAW :)

  2. Ted says:

    Delio Rossi has no dignity. Zamparini gave him the boot, and in the process verbally disrespected him.

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