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Allegri the Underdog

With the first step towards a potential Treble this weekend, I argue for Football Italia that Max Allegri has always been underestimated.

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Whatever happened to Nicola Ventola?

Today we celebrate Nicola Ventola’s 39th birthday, and wonder why Erick Thohir’s favourite Interista never quite turned out how he was supposed to. For Football Italia.

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On This Day: Lazio’s Perfect Storm (For Football Italia)

A look back at Lazio’s 1999/2000 Scudetto season. Dramatic, spectacular and earned against all the odds… for Football Italia

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Coppa Italia Preview: Now or never for Inzaghi

Simone Inzaghi’s side must be perfect in the Coppa Italia Final, I write for Football Italia

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Inter and Mancini need each other

With speculation surrounding the future of Inter Coach Roberto Mancini, Edo Dalmonte cautions against a hasty divorce.

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Azzurri not daring enough

Though the Azzurri went down fighting against Germany, Edo Dalmonte wonders if Italy should have risked more.

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Are Italy finally making progress?

Edoardo Dalmonte asks whether last night’s 1-1 draw with Spain is evidence that the Azzurri are improving, or whether it masked some of their key weaknesses.

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What’s Mihajlovic ever done for Milan?

Edoardo Dalmonte argues that under-fire Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic has done more than just bring results – he’s built a team for the future, and it looks like being a bright one.

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From the Away leg. Something has changed, after all...

Where do Italy go from here?

There’s no question the Azzurri are in transition, but Edo Dalmonte sees light at the end of the tunnel.

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