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A young star who had the world at his feet; Alberto Aquilani was viewed as one of the best players to come through the AS Roma academy. He went on to feature for the Giallorossi before injuries curtailed his involvement. English side, Liverpool FC, gambled upon Aquilani’s fitness when they signed him in August 2009. A disappointing season entailed and the Italian was loaned to Juventus. Whilst playing for the Bianconeri, he displayed an ability to dictate a match’s tempo […]

Posted by Ryan Ross On Mar - 28 - 2012 5 Comments READ FULL POST

Then there was one. After the first set of games in the round of 16 it looked like Italy would have at least two, if not three teams in the quarterfinals. After Inter’s dismal showing against Marseille, and Chelsea’s comeback against Napoli, Milan remain the only Italian team in all of Europe. It didn’t get any easier for the peninsula as Milan were handed a big task. To make it to the semi-finals they first have to face Barcelona for […]

Posted by Matthew Coccoluto On Mar - 27 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Yet another cracking weekend of Calcio in Serie A this weekend, where Juventus unbeaten run amazingly still continues after they defeated Inter in the Derby D’Italia on Sunday evening with Alessandro Del Piero rolling back the years. A Zlatan Ibrahimovic brace ensured the leaders picked up three more points on Roma. The race for the final Champions League spot it well poised as only Lazio won with a Mobido Diakite goal. Udinese and Napoli both dropped points. Here are the […]

Posted by Scot Munroe On Mar - 26 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST

It will not decide the fate of the Scudetto; the season is still too young for that. However, this Saturday’s Milan versus Juventus showdown is undoubtedly the game of the season. Milan holds a one point advantage over their adversary. Juve still has a game in hand to make up in March. The Stadio Giuseppe Meazza has been a happy hunting ground for the Bianconeri this campaign, with a League win over Inter and triumph in the Coppa Italia semi-final […]

Posted by Luca Cetta On Feb - 23 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST

It could not have been any better. It could not have been any sweeter. Four unanswered goals from Milan against Arsenal ensured the Italians have at least one foot in the quarter finals. For coach Max Allegri, it was his most significant moment in the Champions League of his short managerial career. But, Allegri was not the star of the night. Led from the front by an inspired Zlatan Ibrahimovic, it was the collective performance of Milan that shone the […]

Posted by Frank Tigani On Feb - 16 - 2012 1 Comment READ FULL POST

Health scares, multi-million pound on-off deals and the toppling of a prime minister. It has the makings of a political thriller that any dramatist would be proud off. Instead, it has been the script of Massimiliano Allegri’s awkward second season in charge of Milan. It is easy to forget just how rocky the waters have been in the background to his attempts to build on the foundations of a debut year Scudetto. The champagne had hardly dried on the carpets […]

Posted by Giancarlo Rinaldi On Feb - 14 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST

As the old cliché goes, history repeats itself. And this could not be truer come every February for Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Whether at Barcelona or in the blue or red half of Milan, the ‘big’ Swede’s scoring record often leaves something to be desired at this time of the year. Goals, to be precise. In each of the last five seasons he has just managed one solitary goal in this month. While in the last two seasons he has […]

Posted by Frank Tigani On Feb - 9 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST

None of the top five won at the weekend which meant Roma’s impressive home win over Inter was all the more sweeter as they are moved to joint sixth with Napoli and just five points behind Inter with a game in hand. AC Milan were unable to overcome a plucky Napoli side in a match where Zlatan Ibrahimovic disgraced himself by earning a red card for fighting. League leaders Juventus were frustrated by Siena while Genoa won a five goal […]

Posted by Scot Munroe On Feb - 6 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Diego Milito’s quadruple known as a ‘poker’ against Palermo was a rare moment, in fact it was only the sixth time it’s happened in ten years, but with Italy’s final friendly before Euro 2012 looming it focused the eyes on the Azzurri’s frontline. The Argentinian’s four-step sent him into a comic book group that features ‘the little plane’, Vincenzo Montella, twinkle-toes Christian Vieri, and ‘The Wonder Boy’ Alexis Sanchez. The sextuplet is completed by Alberto Gilardino, who should be nicknamed […]

Posted by Owen Neilson On Feb - 6 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST

guest writer Richard Hall Originally the Nerazzurri could not believe it, Zlatan Ibrahimovic had gone but in return they had 46 million Euros and even better they had Samuel Eto’o. Now, half a season since the Cameroonian left for Russia the question is being asked, ‘Did Moratti sell the wrong man?’ On arrival at Inter in July 2009 Eto’o said in his first press conference that he did not want to be compared to anybody, he was his own player […]

Posted by SerieAWeekly On Feb - 3 - 2012 2 Comments READ FULL POST

Serie A returned at the weekend after midweek Coppa Italia action and there was some compelling matches played, and goals scored. Here is our pick of the bunch. Here are the top five goals of the week 5. Alessandro Matri Juventus – Udinese A cracking winner by Matri as he scored his second goal of the game and the one that proved to be the winner.  Arturo Vidal played a ball to Claudio Marchisio who poked the ball through to […]

Posted by Scot Munroe On Feb - 1 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Lecce managed the shock of the round by stunning Inter Milan 1-0, the defeat bringing to an end the Nerazzurri’s six-game winning. Juventus kept their undefeated record intact by defeating highflying Udinese by two goals to nil in very wet conditions in Turin on Saturday. Alessandro Matri was the hero on the night as he claimed both strikes. Genoa and Napoli played out a five- goal thriller which included a belter from Genoa striker Rodrigo Palacio while AC Milan hardly […]

Posted by Scot Munroe On Jan - 31 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST

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