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Thursday May 22 2014
2013-14 review - Rating the Champions

Football Italia’s 2013-14 season review continues with our player ratings for the Champions, the Team of the Season and the Stats of the Season.

Football Italia’s 2013-14 season review continues with our player ratings for the Champions, the Team of the Season and the Stats of the Season.

We also name our Young Player of the Season, run through the best Quotes of the season and look in depth at every club's individual campaign.

Read it all by clicking here.

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Have your say...
Good team. But showed how weak our league has become with an embarrassing display in Europe! Need to rid ourselves of the average foreigners that have destroyed our league- buy quality, use italian youth and slowly we can catch up, we also need to stop making rejected foreigners Italian; oswaldo/motta/romulo/jorginho and whoever else is struggling to get into their own national team- it makes us look ridiculous- that we sit and wait for a player to decided if hes italian or not!
on the 22nd May, 2014 at 11:35pm
Good team in a not so strong league at the moment. Hopefully Serie A can regain it's strength. Need to get rid of the racism, better stadiums, allow people to feel more safe while attending games. I still say that the Juve of the mid 90s is still a much stronger team. Baggio, Ravanelli, Vialli ect. Can't really argue that.
on the 22nd May, 2014 at 1:56pm

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