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Many in Italy consider former Azzurri international Roberto as the greatest Italian player of all time. He may have never won the world cup though he did come very close to doing so, nor did he ever win the Champions League or the European Cup as it was called during his time. However, a few days ago the former Inter, AC Milan and Juventus striker, who is now attaining his coaching credentials claimed that Italian football is on the rise [...]

Posted by Frank Tigani On Dec - 16 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Clarence Seedorf gives the salute after scoring against Bologna at the weekend. Although most of us you missed this contest and might be hearing of an official controversy with bad calls, no calls and missed calls, the elder rossonero can’t be denied. The Milan midfielder receiving a cross from Kevin-Prince Boateng drifted inside his defender unleashing an unstoppable shot from outside the box which screamed past Jean Francois Gillet into the upper right of the goal. Make sure to view [...]

Posted by Rocky On Dec - 13 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Another exciting match is upon on us Monday when two of the historically best teams in Italy collide in the country’s capital, as Juventus travel to face Roma. This will be the Old Lady’s fifth game in a little over two weeks. Juventus are coming in with blistering form as they continue to get positive results. Roma on the other hand are coming in after a run of poor results and will surely be looking to please the home crowd [...]

Posted by Matthew Coccoluto On Dec - 12 - 2011 1 Comment 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

by serieaweekly writer Matthew Coccoluto With the international break over, means it’s time for the European domestic leagues including Italian Serie A to get back in action. Juventus will welcome Palermo on Sunday with the hosts coming off of an extended break. Due to their last game against Napoli being postponed, it has been an astonishing 21 days since Juventus beat Inter at the San Siro. Palermo return to action after a solid 3-1 home win again Bologna prior to [...]

Posted by SerieAWeekly On Nov - 18 - 2011 1 Comment 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

After waiting 9 games for his first minutes in Serie A this season, Tommaso Rocchi was finally unleashed. Coming on for Djibril Cisse in the 83rd minute with Lazio already 2 goals to the good, he crowned the performance with a goal of his own. A special goal. Not so much for the execution - Rocchi scored from a rebound after Michele Agazzi saved his initial header - but for the significance of the goal. It was Tommy Gol’s 100th [...]

Posted by Rocco Cammisola On Nov - 3 - 2011 2 Comments READ FULL POST

Okay so the picture wasn’t taken this week yet it still embodies current love for Lazio’s summer purchase Miroslav Klose.  The German international with four goals from six starts has quickly become a fan and player favorite, turning draw results into three point victories including the win over city rivals AS Roma last match day. Of course this hasn’t all happened without certain controversy being reported by major news outfits,  A banner reading ‘Klose mit uns,’ which echoed the military [...]

Posted by Rocky On Oct - 22 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Serie A Weekly guest writer Michael Moruzzi with a few words on an Inter turnaround in the making Inter didn’t lend themselves to stability during the past two decades. The dogmatic approach to accumulating silverware – epitomised by Milan and Juventus in the late 1980’s and 90’s – was not for them. They followed their own path and for a long time there were few in Europe that could rival Inter’s spending, but as numerous immensely talented players came and [...]

Posted by SerieAWeekly On Sep - 30 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

On Sunday Juventus host Milan in the first big competitive match at their shiny new stadium. In lieu of writing a traditional preview, I’ve decided to take a look at some points to watch out for during the course of the match. 1) Which lineup will Antonio Conte deploy? During the first three games, Conte used his favored attacking 4-4-2 against teams that played similar formations in Parma, Siena, and Bologna. During last weekend’s match against Catania, however, Conte used [...]

Posted by Frank Lopapa On Sep - 30 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

One point.  Zero wins.  Three matches. Welcome to the start of Inter’s 2011-12 Serie A season. What should have been an easy win in celebration of Captain Javier Zanetti’s record breaking night in the Nerazzurri shirt, turned into an embarrassing night at the hands of Serie A newcomers, Novara.  Instead of commemorating the astounding 757 times ‘Pupi’ has worn the black and blue to place him as Inter’s all-time appearance leader, the post-match chatter was filled with criticism towards Inter [...]

Posted by TB On Sep - 21 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

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