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A last-minute loss to Torino at home has seen Inter slip 10 points behind third place, but Varun Mathure believes the club remain on the right track.
Torino end a 27-year San Siro wait, Milan's worst start in over 70 years and why Cesena should always play Parma in Susy Campanale's stats round-up.
Marco Parolo’s perfect mastery of late running into the box made him Lazio’s match-winner against Milan. Livio Caferoglu profiles Week 20’s standout man.
Philippe Mexes’ actions are representative of a Milan spiralling out of control, writes Sam Lewis, with the Rossoneri perhaps already looking for a new Coach.
Philippe Mexes’ assault on Stefano Mauri was just the latest in a series of self-inflicted disasters from the Frenchman, explains Alasdair Mackenzie.
Arguably the most hated man in Italy in 2000, David Trezeguet went on to become a Bianconeri legend. Mark Siglioccolo charts the Frenchman's storied career.
After Silvio Berlusconi sold Milan’s soul, Sam Lewis believes it’s time to sell the club too.
Inter’s Coppa Italia win over Sampdoria saw the debut of their attacking quartet and Varun Mathure has high hopes for the front four.
With Roma losing their intensity as Juventus press on, Mina Rzouki questions Rudi Garcia’s psychological handling of his side.
Debate in Italy is struggling to move beyond a focus on Juventus and the referee. Dave Stacey considers Napoli and Roma’s complaints.
Now at the halfway point of the Serie A season, Luca Cetta assesses the early impact of Juventus’ summer signings.
Roma's extra-time win over Empoli in the Coppa Italia did little to ease concerns at the Olimpico, writes Aman Sehdev.
Dave Taylor looks back over the first half of the Serie A campaign and selects his best XI performers on the pitch, plus a Coach, plumping for a 3-5-2 on the way.
As Toronto FC confirm the capture of Juventus forward Sebastian Giovinco, Marco D’Onofrio profiles the MLS move.
Paul Pogba played a decisive role in Juventus’ 4-0 demolition of Verona on Sunday. Livio Caferoglu pays tribute to Week 19’s standout performer.
Juventus stormed into a five-point lead at the top as Roma’s title challenge begins to stutter, writes Alasdair Mackenzie.
Juventus target Winter Champion tradition, Milan's worst start to the year since 1978 and Lazio's Pipita problem as Susy Campanale rounds up the stats.
In surrendering another two-goal deficit on Sunday, Lazio’s biggest obstacle to securing Champions League football appears to be a mental one, says Alasdair Mackenzie.