I noticed Serie A didn’t have a discussion, anyhow I noted Pirlo is in charge of Juve, if one player is going be good at management it is him but it’s a cushy job to start off with.
Roma handed 3-0 defeat to Verona due to admin error over Diawara.
My Roma supporting friend must be fuming right now.
Very high expectations though. Winning Serie A isn’t enough.
Roma drew with a 10- man Juventus. Guess I should be happy with that.
Should have won that, they had a lead and a man advantage. Mkhitiryan should have had 2 goals.
Maggio still playing at the age of 38. Up against the 35-year old Young today.
Last week saw Sampdoria bringing Candreva from Inter on a 4-year deal, which will take him to the age of 38. Few days later, he starts. As did Quagliarella, 38. A goal and an assist between them.
Can’t beat Italy.
Watching Lazio vs. Atalanta. Pretty dire
Atalanta don’t seem to stop any time soon, do they?
Proving to be dangerous even by allowing Lazio more of the ball.
Would love them to win a title if they can. Difficult, but all other top sides are getting on my nerves, so they have my full support!
It’s amazing how such a boring game could have had five goals in it.
Goals do not a good game make. Some of the best games I’ve ever seen have been goalless draws.
Such as… errr… ummm…
Mourinho, is that you. Are you talking about your Masterclass draws.
Utter chaos regarding Juventus vs. Napoli game.
It is remarkable that a team of Atalanta’s tradition and budget is being spoken about as a credible title contender.
Even with the pay hikes and bonuses accrued from playing Champions League football for a second year in a row, their wage bill (€42.6 million) is still in the bottom half of Serie A and pales in comparison with those at Roma (€112 million) and Napoli (€105 million) let alone Juventus (€236 million) and Inter (€149 million).
Inter trailing Milan courtesy of a brace from the indomitable Zlatan
Earlier Napoli has thrashed Atalanta 4-1