Category Archive: Serie A

Mar 03

AC Milan 0 – 2 Juventus: Milan tame Juve’s midfield but finishing lets Seedorf down

In a fixture that was supposedly one of the fiercest clashes of the yesteryears, Juventus scrapped past an utterly dominant and refreshing Milan side with 2 clinical finishes by Teves and Llorente. Juve were without their key player Vidal and brought in Marchisio in the midfield. Conte stuck with his 3-5-2 system with Lichsteiner and …

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Jul 18

The Cavani conundrum

In a busy yet bizarre transfer week Edinson Cavani has put pen to paper and has moved to PSG for €63 million. His addition to an already impressive PSG squad poses questions on how the French champions may be setup on field next season. The issue is mainly focused on if he can work well …

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May 28

The Legacy of Walter Mazzarri at Napoli

Last Friday, Inter appointed former Napoli coach Walter Mazzarri ending what was his special 4 year run with the Azzurris. In a tribute to one of the greatest coaches in modern football, let’s take a detailed look at how Walter Mazzarri changed a decent Napoli squad with average talent to an exciting team that now …

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Apr 27

Serie A: All About to End

With only 5 games to go to the end of the season, here is a comprehensive guide to the remaining fixtures of the concerned teams and their predicted/deserved positions come end of season: Champions League places: Top three, with play-offs for third. Europa League places: 4th and 5th, along with the winner of Coppa Italia …

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Apr 08

Serie A MOTW: Atlanta clinch important thriller against Inter

In what could turn out out to be a very important match in deciding the European qualifiers from Serie A, Inter couldn’t stand up to the challenge of keeping up with AC Milan, whose own disastrous result on the day meant Inter could have gone within 5 points of 3rd place. Instead, they stand at …

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