Conor Clancy reports on the latest from Serie A where the final two unbeaten sides slumped to defeats.
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Jack Sergeant praises a Chievo side that has done superbly to maintain its top flight status in Italy.
In the latest Al Volo column, Adam Digby writes about Chievo’s busy yet underrated goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino.
Richard Chambers rounds up the week’s Serie A action, as Roma overcame reigning champions Internazionale 1-0 and Juventus picked some much needed points at home to Cagliari.
As the Serie A season develops, so it becomes an increasingly intriguing prospect. Week 20 produced several fascinating results, games which see the title race well and truly back on and Ciro Ferrara closer than ever to losing his job as manager of Juventus. So, without further ado, here’s what happened…. Inter’s seemingly irrepressible march […]
Round fifteen of the Serie A season promised to be one of the most exciting of the campaign so far and it most definitely didn’t disappoint. The fixtures, which featured the Derby d’Italia and Derby della Capitale, both produced good football, a number of talking points and results which have re-opened the title race going […]
Serie A Preview: Week 13 After an experimental Italy side managed a goalless draw in a friendly against The Netherlands during the international break, Serie A returns this weekend with a number of intriguing fixtures as the campaign begins to take shape. League leaders Internazionale travel to Bologna in what should be a relatively straightforward […]