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The big news at the top was Torino’s come from behind win away at Sampdoria on Friday night, a result that saw them leading the division along with Padova after their 4-2 win at Empoli. Empoli fired coach Alfredo Aglietti after the match, replacing him with Giuseppe Pillon. Il Toro inflicted Sampdoria’s first defeat of the season in a tight game that was decided by Rolando Bianchi’s third goal of the season. Andrea Costa had put the hosts in front […]

Posted by Owen Neilson On Oct - 7 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Gazzetta dello Sport Don’t strike! Udinese almost complete miracle, Arsenal punish them Di Natale is the principal figure scores a great goal, but misses a penalty. Keeper Handanovic with a great game. Guidolin’s team leaves field to the applause of the fans. Milan, low cost Aquilani: “Great quality” Milan, low cost Aquilani: “Great quality” City risk for Milanese and Napoli Juve, the surprise of Estigarribia. Bruno Alves is closer             Tuttosport Juve surprise: Estigarribia Ventura: […]

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

Week 1 & 20 28/08/11 and 29/01/12 Atalanta - Cesena Bologna - Roma Cagliari- Milan Inter- Lecce Lazio - Chievo Napoli - Genoa Novara - Palermo Parma - Catania Siena - Fiorentina Udinese - Juventus Week 2 & 21 11/09/11 and 01/02/12 Catania - Siena Cesena - Napoli Chievo - Novara Fiorentina - Bologna Genoa - Atalanta Juventus - Parma Lecce - Udinese Milan - Lazio Palermo - Inter Roma - Cagliari Week 3 & 22 18/09/11 and 05/02/12 Atalanta […]

Posted by SerieAWeekly On Aug - 3 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Philippe Mexes is a dirty cheat. He’s a walking red card and a thuggish scumbag; an explosion waiting to happen like that quiet, inevitable interval in between lighting a firecracker and waiting for it to go off. Philippe Mexes is a tremendous defender. Sure, he has a dirty side, but what centerback doesn’t? His expulsions tend to be a bit exaggerated, and what he gives to his team far outweighs his overstated lack of discipline. Loyalty, passion, and aggression are […]

Posted by Julian De Martinis On Jul - 25 - 2011 1 Comment READ FULL POST

A footballer in this era showing some loyalty is unheard of but there is seemingly a few exceptions. As Roberto Martinez showed by staying at Wigan when Aston Villa came calling, Angelo Palombo is now doing the same by staying with Sampodria after their relegation to Serie B. The scenes of him crying at the end of the Palermo game - as he asked for the fans forgiveness behind both goals as the crowd applauded him - is something to […]

Posted by Scot Munroe On Jun - 21 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

It’s been two weeks since the end of the Serie A season and the fans of Bari, Brescia and Sampdoria will be mulling over a season or more in Serie B. How did it happen? And what now for the clubs? Sampdoria It started off on a bit of a downer as they were eliminated by Werder Bremen in Extra time in the last qualifying round of the Champions League. Then in October it started to go all wrong for […]

Posted by Scot Munroe On Jun - 9 - 2011 1 Comment READ FULL POST

It was 1992, Wembley Stadium, the European Cup final between Sampdoria and Barcelona. I remember seeing Gianluca Vialli sent through with only Zubizaretta to beat and he lobbed the goalkeeper but put it wide. Then in extra time, Ronald Koeman ended all my hopes and dreams as he smashed a free kick past Gianluca Pagliuca to hand Barcelona the trophy. Fast forward to Sunday May 16, 2010. After 18 long years of waiting, Sampdoria defeated Napoli 1-0 to finish 4th […]

Posted by Derek Salvador On May - 27 - 2011 1 Comment READ FULL POST

On Sunday night Sampdoria travelled to Rome to face sixth place AS Roma and came away with nothing in their final game after relegation. The awful campaign is now over and the exodus from the club looks like it will happen. For the game Sampdoria had to deal without Franco Semioli, Stefano Lucchini, Daniele Gastaldello and Federico Macheda all missed the trip to the capital. The opening twenty minutes of the game had a bit of a training feel to […]

Posted by Scot Munroe On May - 26 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

It is Sempre Sampdoria here at Serie A Weekly and after the official sending down this past weekend, thought it only appropriate we lift spirits with some eye candy wearing i Blucerchiati (the blue ringed) of the Genoa based club. Sampdoria, Serie A Weekly salutes you! Current Squad at Sampdoria 1 Brazil GK Júnior da Costa 2 Croatia DF Vedran Celjak 3 Switzerland DF Reto Ziegler 4 Italy MF Daniele Dessena 6 Italy DF Stefano Lucchini 7 Italy MF Daniele […]

Posted by SerieAWeekly On May - 19 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

On Sunday evening just gone past 5pm and it was confirmed that Sampdoria was relegated to Serie B after losing 2-1 at home to Palermo. It was just twenty years ago they were Serie A champions and only just ten months ago they were playing in the premier European club competition against Werder Bremen in the fourth qualifying round of the Champions League. Unluckily they lost after conceding a ninety-fourth minute goal to Marcus Rosenberg which enabled the game to […]

Posted by Scot Munroe On May - 19 - 2011 3 Comments READ FULL POST

Episode 18 welcomes guest writer Rocco Cammisola to the show and a return to the podcast analyst position of Adam Digby. Part I focus starts with banter on the success of AC Milan as scudetti number 18 arrives at the San Siro. Give the show a listen and leave your comments below also make sure to follow us at SerieAWeekly on twitter Additional topics include, Top Four place just out of reach for Lazio maybe next season Juventus and Roma […]

Posted by Alex On May - 19 - 2011 1 Comment READ FULL POST

It was a Derby Day like no other in Genoa as the Eighty Second Lanterna derby took centre stage on Sunday night in the port city. A white hot electric atmosphere at the Marassi as Sampdoria had something to play for in their relegation battle to Serie B. The afternoon results did not go their way as Lecce got a last minute winner against Napoli and Sampdoria needed to pick up a result against their fiercest rivals Genoa. Both Davide […]

Posted by Scot Munroe On May - 9 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

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