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Is Serie A the League to Watch in 2016?

In the Spanish La Liga, five points currently separate the top four clubs on the standings table. In the English Premier League, the top-four spread is six points. In the German Bundesliga, it’s 17 points. In the French Ligue 1,…

Rudi Garcia and AS Roma Struggling to Impress

By Greg Lea. 2012/13 was a season to forget for supporters of AS Roma. Ultra-attacking boss Zdenek Zeman was unsurprisingly sacked in February with the capital club languishing in ninth place, closer to the relegation zone than Juventus at the…

What areas Serie A teams should invest in

By Matthew Amalfitano. The transfer window is almost upon us and Italian clubs are already on hot pursuit of talented players to reinforce their respective squads for the second half of the season. After slow starts, Napoli and Juventus find themselves…

Juventus Just Three Points off the Lead as Serie A Heads to Winter Break

For the first part of the 2015/16 Serie A season, it seemed as if Juventus’ reign at the zenith of Italian soccer was about to come to an end. The Zebras entered the season as just about the surest bets…

Tough European tests on the cards for Italian clubs

By Matthew Amalfitano. The big theme over the past few years in the peninsula has been the desire for Italy to regain their fourth Champions League spot back, having lost it after the 2011/2012 season. A substantial reason in how Germany…