IT’S NOT exactly the renaissance, but Italy’s Serie A promises to deliver an exciting climax with Juventus finally losing the crown that has become their personal property since 2012. Inter Milan won the third derby della maddonina in the San Siro, deservedly … Continue reading Inter take control in Italy
IT’S BACK again, the threat of a European Super League involving 15 fixed clubs and five lucky qualifiers. We can easily name the likely 15: there’s six from the Premier League; three from La Liga; three from Serie A; two … Continue reading The Super League – who is really hiding behind the leaked document?
SERIE A is certainly more interesting this season, with the two Milan clubs, Napoli and Juventus all title contenders. Although the campaign, at 10 games in, is still in its infancy, it is clear that Juventus, champions for nine consecutive … Continue reading Leaking cash – Inter Milan loss highlights Italian challenge
THE SUBJECT of a European Super League has been mooted on a number of occasions down the decades. After world war two, football became something of an emollient, a universal language that could unite nations and put aside old differences. … Continue reading It’s 1960, and there’s a European Super League
THE MILAN derby was a personal triumph for fit-again veteran Zlatan Ibrahimović – two goals and victory over one of his former clubs, but it was also affirmation of the Milanese renaissance that appears to be gathering momentum at the San … Continue reading Financial challenges maybe, but AC Milan seem to be cautiously smiling again
IT IS becoming the fashion these days – the removal of a coach because he no longer fits the bill, regardless of how successful he is. In the case of Maurizio Sarri, an inevitable event that was foretold weeks ago, … Continue reading Pirlo for Sarri – proving even champions get axed