Carpe Diem, Baby: Is This Napoli’s Biggest Chance to End Thirty Years of Hurt?

With the 2019/20 Serie A season kicking off this weekend, a summer of change at Juventus has left question marks over the Bianconeri’s ability to sustain their dominance in Italy’s top flight. Whilst the chasing pack have all strengthened during the transfer window, Napoli remain the frontrunners to wrestle the Scudetto from the Agnelli family. […]

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Sale of the Century

Napoli’s win at Juventus last weekend blew the Serie A title race open, as the reigning champions’ lead at the top of the table was cut to just one point, but there has been plenty of talk this season that manager Maurizio Sarri and a raft of his first team squad will be bidding ‘arrivaderci’ […]

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The Story So VAR…

Last week, Premier League clubs voted against the introduction of Video Assistant Referees to the league, instead preferring to observe another season of the system being used in the domestic cup competitions in order to make an educated decision as to whether to implement VAR in the future. With the new technology coming under severe […]

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Just Like My Father

The last couple of weeks have seen the spotlight fall on a new generation of players across Europe with one thing in common – their Dads were all superstars in the 1990s. But is there more to the hype surrounding these players than just a familiar name? And away from the highly rated, which youngsters […]

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When The Winter Breaks

With many Premier League teams enjoying a fortnight off from domestic duty thanks to the double header of the FA Cup Quarter-Finals and International Break, it offers a chance to reflect on the recent announcement that the FA are considering introducing a winter break into the English game in the 2019/20 season. With the rest […]

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