1. Recent Serie A Football Shirt Releases for 2018/19

    Serie A is a widely supported and adored Italian soccer league which is where team’s like Juventus, AS Roma, AC Milan and Inter Milan compete to lift the trophy. The beginning of the 2018/19 season is just around the corner and three of the top four clubs have already launched their home jerseys. With the coming weeks enabling us to see the rest of the shirts from the teams. 

    Fan’s are always waiting on the edge of their seats to see what the manufacturers are producing next for the core sportswear ranges. So within this post we will look through the Juventus, AS Roma and Inter Milan shirts which are already released. This will give you a preview on what they look like and how they compare to last seasons. 

    Juventus Home Kit

    Again for this season the signature monochrome stripes of Juventus return on their home jersey. However, compared to the previous shirt, the stripes on this one are much wider and only appear on the torso of the gar

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  2. The Scudetto race is back on after Juventus dropped crucial points

    While other leagues around Europe have been concluded as early as December of last year, one remains strong with two teams going toe-to-toe for the title. The country is Italy and the league is Serie A, with Juventus chasing their seventh consecutive Scudetto, while Napoli are in search of their first league title since 1990.

    What has been truly magical is how these two teams have not eased the pressure on one another at any point throughout the season so far. Even when Juventus took the lead for the first time during the campaign after Napoli’s collapse to Roma, the Neapolitan club kept their faith and just made sure they picked up points in their following two games.

    In what has been the strangest result of the entire season, Max Allegri’s men drew 0-0 to SPAL Ferrara away from home - a team that is battling relegation and has conceded the joint-third most amount of goals in the league.

    The Bianconeri, as expected, had 65% possession during the 90 minutes, but

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  3. Serie A’s title race is the best thing in European football right now

    In a league that has dwindled over the past decade, it has been quite the surprise that the most exciting domestic competition this season has been Serie A. 
    Italy have had a long standing tradition of competitive football throughout the 90s and 00s, but the league has been dominated by Juventus for the past six years which has reduced that somewhat. 

    Yet, this season, Serie A remains the only competition in Europe’s top five leagues to still be embroiled in a fascinating title race.

    The Premier League, Bundesliga, La Liga and Ligue 1 all have their Champions-elect, but it is Serie A who poses two candidates: Napoli and Juventus. Of course, everyone is accustomed to seeing the Old Lady lift the Scudetto come May, but it is Maurizio Sarri’s men who have posed a credible threat to their throne.

    Napoli have played som
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  4. Italy's next generation of star will help overcome World Cup disappointment

    15th November 2017.
    Italy's 1-0 aggregate loss to Sweden in their World Cup qualification play-off has sparked a maelstrom of emotion within the Italian football community, with an outpouring of sadness, disappointment and anger greeting the final whistle at the end of the goalless second leg at the San Siro.

    The defeat means the Azzurri fail to qualify for a World Cup finals for the first time in 60 years, denying legendary goalkeeper and 2006 World Cup winner Gianluigi Buffon the dream career bookend of bowing out at next summer's tournament in Russia, while fellow veterans Daniele De Rossi, Andrea Barzagli and Giorgio Chiellini have also confirmed their subsequent international retirements.

    Many observers are calling for a root-and-branch review of the Italian football system, feeling that systemic issues are at the heart of Italy's recent failures, and deeming the current pool of Azzurri players inferior to past generations.

    But, in truth,

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  5. Serie A is at long last rejuvenated - we have a proper title race on our hands now

    10th November 2017.
    Over the course of the last six years, Serie A's title race has been something of a formality. Juventus, under Antonio Conte and now Massimiliano Allegri, have cruised to the Scudetto year after year without any serious competition. However, in the famous words of Bob Dylan, for the times, they are a-changin'.

    Competition in 2017/18 Serie A

    We are finally immersed in the wonderful spectacle that is a competitive Italian league. After 12 games - AS Roma and Lazio have only played 11 - Napoli sit at the summit, one point ahead of reigning champions Juventus and two in front of Luciano Spalletti's Inter.

    Just behind the top three is Lazio, 28, and Roma, 27, with a game-in-hand to catch up the three teams ahead of them on 30, 31 and 32 points.

    Milan were supposed to be in the mix, but problems with Vincenzo Montella's selection policy and the overhaul of the squad has prohibited them kicking on and competing for a Champions League

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  6. The signings Juventus need to end their Champions League drought

    14th June 2017. By Ryan Baldi.
    With a sixth successive Serie A title and a third Coppa Italia in a row already secured, the stage was set for Juventus to end their 21-year wait for a Champions League crown and secure a triumphant treble against Real Madrid in Cardiff earlier this month.

    Zinédine Zidane's side went into the game as reigning European champions and had just secured a first La Liga title in five years, but Juventus, under the guidance of master tactician Massimiliano Allegri and having seen off free-scoring Ligue 1 leaders Monaco in the semi-final, looked ready to unseat Los Blancos at the summit of the continental game.

    It wasn't to be, though. A tight first half, in which Mario Mandžuki? scored one of the great Champions League final goals with an acrobatic overhead strike, was followed by a masterclass in efficiency and att

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  7. Miralem Pjani?: A Key Player for Juventus in the Champions League Final

    31st May 2017. By Ryan Baldi.
    When Manchester United prised Paul Pogba away from Juventus for a world-record £89 million fee last summer, many feared that the Old Lady would struggle to recover from the blow of losing one of their best players.

    But the Bianconeri already have a pretty viable contingency plan in place. Not only did they replace the star power and name-recognition lost by the flamboyant midfielder's return to Old Trafford after four years in Turin by signing Gonzalo Higuaín from Napoli, they had also picked up Bosnian playmaker Miralem Pjani? from rivals Roma.

    Juventus met Pjani?'s €32 million release clause a fee which, when compared to Pogba's, looks a bargain meaning that the Giallorossi were powerless to prevent the gifted dead-ball specialist from leaving the Stadio Olimpico.

    In one fell swoop Juve

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  8. Roberto Pereyra the Exciting New Signing for Watford

    9th September 2016. By Edward Stratmann.
    Watford's exciting new signing from Juventus, Roberto Pereyra, didn't waste anytime in announcing himself to the Vicarage Road faithful.

    Having come on at half time with Walter Mazzarri's men 3-0 down against Arsenal, the Argentine injected a great degree of energy and dynamism into his team's play. And the all-action midfielder rewarded his electric start fittingly by scoring an instinctive, well taken goal with his left foot in the 58th minute.

    At the time, it looked as though this moment of magic might inspire Watford to generate a comeback, but it wasn't to be. Nonetheless, there was still plenty to like about the 25-year-old's 45 minute cameo on debut for the Hornets, in a match where he showcased so many of his qualities.

    Aside from the aforementioned, his intelligent movement saw him identify openings

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  9. Juventus Building Toward Champions League Glory

    20th July 2016. By Ryan Baldi.
    It feels like a distant memory now, with Juventus having lifted their fifth consecutive Serie A title, but during the early months of last season, Massimiliano Allegri's men were struggling. Badly.

    After a defeat to Sassuolo on 28 October 2015, the reigning Italian champions found themselves 12th in the Serie A table, with just three wins from their opening 10 matches. Hardly an ideal title defence.

    The Bianconeri had won the scudetto in each of the previous four seasons not to mention the fact that they'd also won the Coppa Italia and reached the Champions League final in the last campaign -- but it was looking increasingly likely that new champions would be crowned in May, with Juve needing a remarkable turnaround just to clamber into the European qualification places.

    In response to losing Andrea Pirlo, Arturo Vidal and Carlos Tevez during the summer of 2015, Allegri experimented with using a 4-3-3 formation

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  10. Retaining Paulo Dybala more integral to Juventus' future success than Paul Pogba

    22nd April 2016. By Karl Matchett.
    Juventus are on course to record a fifth successive Italian Serie A championship, needing just one more win from their final four games to all but mathematically secure what will go down as a memorable comeback triumph.

    Serie A rulings dictate that head-to-head, then goal difference, separates teams on the same amount of points, so Juve can't quite wrap up their latest Scudetto away to Fiorentina on Saturday-although they could then be crowned champions if Napoli fail to beat AS Roma a day later, or indeed do not win every game they have left this season while Juventus continually drop points. All told, it's a sure thing that the bianconeri will be celebrating once more come the end of the season, especially should they go on to beat AC Milan and retain the Coppa Italia as well to complete another domestic double.

    Given the shoddy start to the season that

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