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With Napoli needing their best performance of the season against Arsenal, Massimo Nuzzo believes Lorenzo Insigne can prove himself a big game player.
Ajax laid bare the worst defects of this Juventus side, as Elio Salerno saw a team running scared with a sense of inferiority that stems from their Coach.
With Italian football starting to rebuild itself, Jay Cassano argues the next step for the league is to play more entertaining football.
Breaking records for club and country, growing in confidence each game, Anthony Barbagallo insists Juventus must start Moise Kean against Ajax.
Milan consolidated fourth place by squeezing past Lazio, but Giancarlo Rinaldi isn’t sure fans really want to see this team in the Champions League.
Ahead of Sunday’s Derby della Lanterna, Hasan Saiyid asks whether Genoa and Sampdoria can take the next step under current ownership.
Napoli ignored Carlo Ancelotti’s Arsenal warnings and Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall worries the Europa League might not be salvageable.
Juventus have an all-important away goal, but Elio Salerno notes the performance left many fans in a nervous disposition going into the second leg with Ajax.
Juventus face a very different Champions League challenge in Ajax and Jay Cassano hopes they’ve learned their lesson from Atletico Madrid.
Juventus face Ajax in the Champions League quarter-final on Wednesday, so Vilizar Yakimov takes a look at the most dangerous Dutch players.
Football Italia’s Chief Correspondent Richard Hall looks at Atalanta’s impressive form and asks, can they seriously qualify for the Champions League?
With Mauro Icardi's Inter career seemingly at an end, Sam Wilson pinpoints Atalanta hitman Duvan Zapata as the perfect replacement.
Milan provide a great opportunity for Juventus to have a dress rehearsal for Ajax and the Champions League, explains Vilizar Yakimov.
Football Italia’s Chief Correspondent Richard Hall reviews the return of Mauro Icardi during Inter’s 4-0 win at Genoa but begs you not to forget about a certain Roberto Gagliardini…
Born in the city where Vincent van Gogh painted his most famous works, Empoli midfielder Ismael Bennacer brings artistic flair to the sport, writes Wayne Girard.
Lazio were happy to let Inter pour forward with no real incision or genuine threat, explains Elio Salerno, as Simone Inzaghi's gameplan paid off.
The latest talent unearthed and developed by Atalanta could well be Swiss international midfielder Remo 'Iceman' Freuler, explains Wayne Girard.
With his injuries now behind him, Napoli’s Arkadiusz Milik is flourishing under Carlo Ancelotti’s methodology, writes Hasan Saiyid.

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