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Despite being briefly reopened by a slew of positive results, Palermo proved to be solely committed to only one competition left in the season: the Coppa Italia. Facing a resurgent - albeit not yet saved - Parma side away from home, Delio Rossi’s boys knew that the competition would be fierce. Furthermore, the Rosanero were without Cesare Bovo and Fabrizio Miccoli due to injuries while a rejuvenated Mauricio Pinilla performed admirably enough after his recent injury during the week’s training [...]

Posted by Lorenzo Vicini On May - 4 - 2011 3 Comments READ FULL POST

Join the SerieAWeekly crew for live commentary and lively banter when the Capital Romanista welcome the southerners from Sicily in AS Roma vs Palermo for Italian Serie A action, Saturday at 18:00 local time (12:00pm EST) Serie A Live Action: Roma vs Palermo

Posted by Rocky On Apr - 16 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

As the Serie A season draws to a close, there is still almost everything left to fight for (Except for Bari): Champions’ League, the Scudetto, the two relegation spots not filled by Bari (They are so terrible however that were they to occupy two spots, it would seem hardly less than deserving). What can viewers look forward to? Normalcy Should Resume. Last matchday, only four sides in the top half of the table won, as Inter, Udinese, Lazio, and Roma [...]

Posted by Julian De Martinis On Apr - 8 - 2011 2 Comments READ FULL POST

On February 27th, Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini told the press that only if he saw the Madonna appear to him in a dream would be spared from a sacking after the team’s 7-0 loss at home to Udinese. Unfortunately, there was no vision and the following day Delio was sent home. The fiery patron brought in the famous caretaker and motivator Serse Cosmi to shake up the squad. Yet, after only 36 days at the helm, Cosmi’s reign came to [...]

Posted by Lorenzo Vicini On Apr - 6 - 2011 5 Comments READ FULL POST

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 [...]

Posted by Alex On Apr - 4 - 2011 3 Comments READ FULL POST

With most of the peninsula focused on the Milan derby this weekend with the front runners taking on their second place rivals for the Scudetto, it would be easy to forget about another derby taking place that is just as important for the parties involved. The Derby della Sicilia between Palermo and Catania is second to none in terms of rivalry and passion. While most of Serie A may focus on the more glamorous matchup between Milan and Inter, an entire island’s inhabitants [...]

Posted by Lorenzo Vicini On Mar - 30 - 2011 2 Comments READ FULL POST

Much changed and much accomplished. Cesare Prandelli continues his brilliant run with the Italian National Team with a two-nil victory over Ukraine. What exactly can Italy fans take away from this? Here are six points worth noting. Cesare Prandelli is the new Tinkerman. A better one. Claudio Ranieri, the old “Tinkerman”, has become somewhat infamous for tinkering in all the wrong ways. For the former Chelsea boss, a set starting eleven is as a spider to an arachnophobe : something [...]

Posted by Julian De Martinis On Mar - 30 - 2011 1 Comment READ FULL POST

This season of Calcio has been more fascinating than usual, as teams that usually dominate have struggled (Inter, Roma, Juventus) and some surprise packages have arisen (Napoli, Bologna). Some of the biggest catalysts are well-known and often heralded. The sparkling form of Edinson Cavani; the stellar defense of Andrea Ranocchia; Napoli’s home fortress: all of which have been reported on endlessly. However, there have been some equally impressive facets of Serie A this season that may have gone overlooked. Here’s [...]

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

402. The number represents the amount of minutes that had passed by since Palermo had last experienced the feeling of putting the ball in the back of the net. Beyond ending the scoring drought, the rosanero managed to end another terrible streak, beating league leaders Milan to stop the free-fall at five consecutive defeats. After over a month of turmoil, the Sicilians finally gave their supporters a reason to smile again. Going into only his third game at the helm, [...]

Posted by Lorenzo Vicini On Mar - 22 - 2011 5 Comments READ FULL POST

Probable Formations Matchday 30 Italian Serie A Saturday 19.03.11 17:00 Lazio vs Cesena Lazio (4-1-3-2): Muslera , Scaloni, G. Biava, Dias, Garrido , Matuzalém, González, Hernanes, Mauri, Zárate, Sculli UPDATE: Lazio up 1-0 after Mauro Zarate scored inside two minutes. Lazio could go fourth in Serie A with victory over Cesena today Cesena (4-1-3-2): Antonioli, Santon , Pellegrino, Von Bergen, Lauro, Colucci, Caserta, Parolo, Jiménez, Bogdani, Malonga 19:45 Palermo vs AC Milan Palermo (3-4-1-2): Sirigu, Muñoz, Goian, Migliaccio, Darmian, Bacinovic, [...]

Posted by Alex On Mar - 19 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Julian De Martinis previews the weekends matches for us Lazio - Cesena. A game that might be tighter than expected. The home side have lost two of their last three and will be reeling from their Derby loss last weekend, as well as the subsequent suspensions of Stefan Radu and Cristian Ledesma. Cesena, on the other hand, pulled off a very decent draw against Juventus after being down two goals. Should Lazio fail to gain all three points here, the [...]

Posted by Julian De Martinis On Mar - 18 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Probable Formations Matchday 27 Italian Serie A Saturday 26.02.11 20:45 Juventus vs Bologna Juventus (4-4-2): Storari, Grygera, Bonucci, Barzagli, Chiellini, Krasic, Felipe Melo, Marchisio, Martinez, Matri. Iaquinta Bologna (4-3-1-2): Viviano, Esposito, Portanova, Britos, Rubin, Perez, Mudingayi, Della Rocca, Casarini, Di Vaio, Meggiorini Sunday 27.02.11 12:30 Catania vs Genoa Catania (4-3-1-2): Andujar, Potenza, Silvestre, Augustyn, Alvarez, Schelotto, Ledesma, Lodi, Gomez, Bergessio, Maxi Lopez Genoa (4-4-2): Eduardo, Mesto, Kaladze, Dainelli, Moretti, Rossi, Veloso, Kucka, Criscito, Floro Flores, Palacio 15:00 AS Roma vs [...]

Posted by Rocky On Feb - 26 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

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