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In this week’s Al Volo, Adam Digby looks at a young Inter Milan full back who is having to bide his time before getting the opportunity to make the most of his undoubted talents.
This week’s Al Volo sees Adam Digby look at Juventus and the Old Lady’s involved in the European Cup down through the years.
In the latest Al Volo column, Adam Digby writes about Chievo’s busy yet underrated goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino.
In this week’s Al Volo column, Adam Digby speaks about Juventus and their seemingly endless search for adequate starting full backs, since the sales of Lillian Thuram and Gianluca Zambrotta to Barcelona in the summer of 2006.
The times they are a changing at Juventus, and Adam Digby brings us news of the possible return of a former favourite.
Italian football column Al Volo is here for another week and Adam Digby looks at Parma, a club which has seen some of the peninsula’s greatest coaches and players walk through its doors.
It’s Al Volo time again on BPF, and this week Adam Digby looks at a Prince among men at Milan.
In the second Al Volo since its return last weekend, Adam Digby praises the work of Massimiliano Allegri, who has led AC Milan to the top of the Serie A in terrific fashion – restoring the form of old out of Andrea Pirlo and Gennaro Gattuso. While some creases have yet to be ironed out, Milan are clear favourites for the league at this moment in time.
After one of the most news-filled weeks of the season, the next round of fixtures are upon us already and with the relegation places all but settled, the focus is on the races for lo Scudetto, fourth place and the Europa League slots. Table topping Inter, fresh from the greatest loss in the clubs history, [...]