Browsing All posts tagged under »Serie A«

Udinese: The Black And White Take Serie A By Surprise

December 14, 2011 by


If you are unaware of the situation in the Italian Serie A this season, you have missed quite a lot.  Internazionale are languishing in 7th place, some 10 points (they were 11th before Tuesday’s win at Genoa) behind the league leaders having lost six out of their 14 played this term.  The Bianconeri are ruling […]

It’s Time to Watch Serie A Again

October 14, 2011 by


For years now Italy has been perceived to be a footballing nation in decline. A national team that vastly underperformed in the tournaments of 2008 and 2010, and with a league that is barely mentioned in the same breath as the “top two” leagues of England and Spain anymore. Yet it’s time for people to […]

The Italian Job: The Return of Juventus

August 26, 2011 by


The slate has not, by any stretch, been wiped clean. The reputation of the Italian club remains contaminated by the events of 2006 and the outfit’s illustrious history is cursed with an unfortunate tint. What Juventus need is a legitimate triumph to positively endorse this, the post-calciopoli side of their history but a victory to […]

Why Napoli vs. Villarreal Is THE Game You Should Watch This Week

February 16, 2011 by


The Europa League never really gets very much attention; its matches are usually played whilst everyone else is dissecting the previous night’s Champions League results. Some teams (especially in England) don’t take the competition seriously, fielding much weaker teams, and resting their best players for the domestic fixtures instead. It’s understandable – a clubs main […]