All good things come to an end. And in Lazio’s case, it was their 11-game winning series at the Serie A that eventually concluded against AS Roma on Sunday. Lazio looked overmatched during most of the competition and could have easily dropped, but they settled for a 1-1 draw against their bitter rivals at Stadio
AS Roma are considering registering Adnan Januzaj from Real Sociedad, based on Sky in Italy. Having joined their childhood setup from that of Anderlecht back in 2011, Januzaj began his professional career with Manchester United, but he was not able to prove himself capable of playing regularly in a group trying to keep their place
“I was not performing and I was not playing. I believe it was better for both sides to go in different ways. I believe I made the perfect decision. “I believe I needed to rediscover myself. Last year was difficult for me on the other hand, because things weren’t going how I wanted and that
According to a recent report from Sky Italy, Inter Milan have decided to reject an offer from Manchester United for midfielder Matias Vecino. The two European giants were unable to agree about the conditions surrounding the bargain, with the feel now being that they are in conversations with Napoli over a move that could see
2019-20 Italian Serie A Felipe Caicedo (7′) Ciro Immobile (17′ PEN, 20′, 65′ PEN) Bastos (54′) Karol Linetty (70′) Julian Chabot (73′) No Report Available To help make this website better, to improve and personalize your experience and for advertising purposes, are you happy to accept cookies and other technologies?
Giancarlo Inzaghi doesn’t smoke Monday to Friday. When the weekend comes around, though, he draws the blinds, pours himself a digestif and lights up. Inzaghi Sr. puts the football on and goes through around 20 cigarettes. “Don’t tell the boys,” he said. “I suffer more now they’re both coaches.” It looks like their mother Marina
Inter Milan transfer rumors: Why Eriksen, Giroud & Young don’t make sense | Serie A Steve Nicol says a move for Lewis Dunk would make sense for Chelsea, but he worries about the price. Steve Nicol praises Chelsea’s performance vs. Burnley but still has concerns over their young squad. Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud is on
After Ronaldo was spotted wearing an iPod Shuffle, Anthony Richardson takes a look at some iconic retro items. Liverpool, Gareth Bale and Brendan Rodgers’ head all feature in the Exploding Heads’ resolutions for 2020. The world’s biggest clubs need more than just on-pitch success to make the big bucks, and that means putting their star
Pepe Reina returns to the Premier League seven years after he left England. Former Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina has joined Aston Villa on a short-term deal from AC Milan. The 37-year-old, who has also played for Barcelona, Villarreal, Bayern Munich and Napoli and was part of the Spain squad that won the World Cup in
4:49 PM ET Cristiano Ronaldo continued his superb scoring form as Juventus won 2-1 away to AS Roma on Sunday and moved two points clear at the top of Serie A. Merih Demiral put the Italian champions ahead early on before Ronaldo fired home a penalty to double their advantage with just 10 minutes played.
Jan 6, 2020 Cristiano Ronaldo scored a second-half hat-trick to lead Serie A champions Juventus to a 4-0 win at home to Cagliari on Monday, taking his tally to eight goals in his last five league games. The Portuguese pounced on a mistake in the Cagliari defence to break the deadlock four minutes after halftime
12:01 PM ET Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored on his second full Milan debut as the Rossoneri won 2-0 away at Cagliari on Saturday. The 38-year-old left Milan in 2012 and, following spells at Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and LA Galaxy, returned at the beginning of the year and made his first appearance from the substitute’s bench
5:00 PM ET A late penalty save by Inter Milan’s Samir Handanovic secured a point for the Serie A leaders against Atalanta in a 1-1 draw at San Siro on Saturday as they moved one point clear of Juventus. Lautaro Martinez had fired Antonio Conte’s side in front after four minutes but Robin Gosens levelled
De Ligt has seen limited action for Juventus as of late, but there’s no need to panic about his place on the bench or his development. Last month, I grabbed a cup of coffee with a former scout and director of football who worked at several English clubs, and our conversation eventually turned to Matthijs
Never before in Serie A have two teams entered the second half of the season tied at the top of the table on 45 points. Over the past eight years, we’ve come to expect these standards from Juventus, who are no strangers to this sort of pace. Seeing Inter mostly set that pace makes them
Manchester City celebrated winning the 2018-19 Premier League title after a thrilling back and forth battle with Liverpool throughout the season. Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany reflects on his side’s path to a second consecutive Premier League title, and the competition they faced from Liverpool. (edited) A comprehensive list of all the possible European qualifiers
Gab Marcotti doesn’t hold back when looking at how Verona handled racist chants directed at Mario Balotelli. A Sicilian man was banned from European sports events for five years on Thursday for directing racist chants at Brescia striker Mario Balotelli. Verona police issued the ruling after reviewing evidence from the Hellas Verona-Brescia game on Nov.
Stewart Robson says Zlatan’s return to Europe is not exciting and debates whether the move is positive. Zlatan Ibrahimovic makes his first appearance for Milan since 2012. Watch Serie A on ESPN+. A year ago, Zlatan Ibrahimovic was deciding whether or not to stay in MLS. He had plenty of offers, including one from Milan,
Crio Immobile struck in injury time to extend Lazio’s winning run. Watch Serie A on ESPN+. Julien Laurens believes Lazio’s strong start in Serie A will continue throughout the rest of the season. Lazio have been fined €20,000 ($22k) for racist chanting aimed at Brescia forward Mario Balotelli from the club’s supporters, but avoided heavier
African players are regularly central to the key narratives of a transfer window, and January 2020 ought to be no different. Already, Henry Onyekuru and Badou N’Diaye have secured moves — signing for Galatasaray and Trabzonspor on loan respectively — and we can expect the continent’s top stars to populate the rumour mill, and the