In this week’s Al Volo, Adam Digby explains the importance and the revival of the Coppa Italia on the peninsula.
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It was another fascinating week of action in Italy, and Richard Chambers is on hand to run us down on what’s happening on the peninsula.
Serie A update time, and Richard Chambers runs down another fascinating week in Italian top flight football.
The Serie A is tight at the top, while Inter are back to winning ways under Leonardo, Napoli, Lazio and Roma all keep pressure on the leaders AC Milan. Italian football aficionado Richard Chambers is here to round-up the weekend’s events.
Having been the poster boy of AS Roma for the best part two decades, Francesco Totti may do the unthinkable and leave the club that he has appeared for almost 600 times.
The knock-out phase of the Champions League doesn’t kick-off until February but Ger McCarthy sees plenty of reasons to be excited about the return of the continent’s most prestigious club tournament.
The draw for the knockout phase of the UEFA Champions League takes place in Nyon today and Ger McCarthy analyses the participants in the last 16 of this season’s competition.
The final places in the 2010-11 Champions League knockout phase were decided on Wednesday night when the group stage of this season’s competition came to a conclusion writes Ger McCarthy.
Another fascinating week of action in the Serie A, and Richard Chambers is here to review the action. This week, the lower half of the table, the redenzione, gets priority but not without a glance at the top half of the table, as title challengers Lazio beat reigning league winners Internazionale 3-1.
The final round of Champions League group fixtures offers a host of clubs the opportunity to make it through to the knockout phase of the 2010-2011 competition whilst other sides will be anxious to secure a Europa League spot writes Ger McCarthy.