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This week’s round of Serie A games wasn’t exactly full of outstanding team performances. Napoli scored four but still managed to concede twice to relegation-threatened Lecce, Juventus and Milan recorded routine victories against struggling opposition and Bologna took three valuable points from Siena. On paper, Fiorentina’s 3-0 win over Roma seems the weekend’s most notable performance, but there was more to this game than met the eye. Both teams were in need of a win. New Viola coach Delio Rossi [...]

Posted by Andrew Murray On Dec - 8 - 2011 2 Comments READ FULL POST

Joint leaders atop Italian Serie A going into this weekend, managers Edy Reja and Antonio Conte both knew this was going to be a huge test of their scudetto potential. Juve’s Andrea Pirlo passed a last-minute fitness test to start, and the Olimpico audience welcomed back ex-Roma star Mirko Vucinic just like old derby days. Lazio were missing Stefano Mauri, Libor Kozak, Andre Dias and Francelino Matuzalem, while Djibril Cissè, as Tommasi Rocchi eventual replacement, kept things warm on to [...]

Posted by SerieAWeekly On Nov - 27 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Atalanta’s Argentine import German Denis came back to haunt his former club, but Atalanta didn’t count on Edinson Cavani’s heart-stopping Napoli equaliser in the final moments of injury time in this one. Cavani was crucial in Napoli’s mid-week Champions League triumph over Manchester City scoring a brace. ——————————————————————————————————- All the video content found on the SerieAWeekly is not hosted on our servers nor is created or uploaded by us. SerieAWeekly simply acts as a search engine that finds videos from [...]

Posted by SerieAWeekly On Nov - 27 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Two title contenders will be squaring off this Saturday in Rome as Juventus travel to Lazio. The two clubs are currently sitting at the top of the table with 22 points a side, and they are arguably the two most in form clubs at the moment in Serie A. Coming into this match, Juventus are the only unbeaten side in Italy with 6 wins and 4 draws. Lazio have the same record with the inclusion of one loss, a 2-1 [...]

Posted by Matthew Coccoluto On Nov - 26 - 2011 1 Comment READ FULL POST

Gazzetta dello Sport Tevez-Milan: Yes, but… His agent yesterday met Galliani, but he’ll see Juve today Cavani: “My Napoli on the trail of Diego” Marchisio: “Forza Juve, it’s time to pull away” “Milan remain the favourites, but we are playing well and want to stay up there. I have grown year after year. Vidal impresses me: he runs so much…”. Udinese-Roma, Di Natale takes on baby Lamela Milito has chosen: “No PSG, I’m staying at Inter” Tuttosport Milan-Tevez: Yes! Here [...]

Posted by SerieAWeekly On Nov - 25 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

The number if Italians plying their trade abroad is steadily increasing. Yet despite this, there wasn’t a single Italian named on the Balon ‘dor short list last week. In one way this isn’t entirely surprising given the common disregard Serie A is held in nowadays. Since the hey-day of the last 80′s early 90’s, financial resources of Italian Serie A clubs have decreased significantly. The world’s top players are more likely to play in Spain’s primera for clubs like Real [...]

Posted by Ryan Ross On Nov - 17 - 2011 4 Comments READ FULL POST

Gazzetta dello Sport Milan dance with Binho Napoli-Juve postponed, a rainstorm of controversy All Toto, Udinese don’t stop Lazio party, Sculli goal but Klose is super Rossi for Mihajlovic? Montolivo gaffe Inter still have Eto’o idea, meeting in December Tuttosport Oh My Sunshine Stadio San Paolo, yesterday afternoon Miha KO, Rossi is ready Milan, Udinese and Lazio are thankful and fly away “Toro are only at 70 per cent” Corriere dello Sport Klose and Lazio fly Napoli-Juve to play on [...]

Posted by SerieAWeekly On Nov - 7 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Seven wins, 27 goals, a comeback of the decade and only one nil-nil draw in sight: last week’s round of Serie A action was a far cry from the previous week’s stalemates. A Kevin-Prince Boateng hattrick helped Milan to a 4-goal turnaround at Lecce, Inter squeezed past Chievo and Lazio crept into second, but the real story came at the Friuli. Udinese took full advantage of Juventus’ slip against Genoa with a 3-0 walkover of Novara that sees the Zebrette [...]

Posted by Andrew Murray On Oct - 26 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Gazzetta dello Sport Juve relief The new stadium which opened the season is under investigation Del Piero teases: “Agnelli reminded me that my contract is expiring” What a strike from Udinese! Atletico KO Galliani-UEFA: “Risk of collapse in rankings” Inter mission, they chase goal at San Siro Hero De Sanctis: “This Napoli won’t give up anything” Tuttosport Juve Surprise inquiry into the new stadium Saturday match against Genoa was at risk inspector arrives at Juve HQ Benatia+Floro Flores, Udinese celebrate [...]

Posted by SerieAWeekly On Oct - 21 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

It’s official, qualifying for the European Championships in the Ukraine and Poland next summer is over, well almost. 240 games have been played by 51 national teams across 403 days with 648 goals scored. So far the tournament has 12 sides confirmed, Italy topped group C and finally we can get on with a few weeks of uninterrupted domestic football; about bloody time. Domestic fans of Serie-A have had to suck on a trio of postponements with two international breaks [...]

Posted by Owen Neilson On Oct - 13 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

At the request of readers, Serie A Weekly welcomes guest writer Vincenzo Sottile. Vince will be covering Sampdoria as the squad struggles to make their return to first flight and Italian Serie A football this season. Sampdoria find themselves with another tie in a 1-1 game against Sassuolo on Sunday, their records so far has not been what would have wished for with 3 wins, 5 ties and 1 loss. It has not been what they have planned for. The [...]

Posted by SerieAWeekly On Oct - 11 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Although Juventus and Manchester United come from completely different footballing cultures, there is a remarkable similarity between the two clubs, and not in terms of domestic triumphs, European successes, and being recognized as two of the most popular clubs in their respective countries. Rather, I’m talking about this season in particular. Sure, at first glance, there are some stark differences; Manchester United is coming off a season where they overtook Liverpool in English titles won and a spot in the [...]

Posted by Frank Lopapa On Sep - 24 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

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