Tag: serie a

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Atlanta’s run in the UEFA Cup

Stephen Brandt has a look back at Atlanta’s 1990-91 UEFA Cup run with great fondness.

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The history behind Catenaccio

Over the years there have been many managers who have been labelled as ‘tactical geniuses’. One of these is Helenio Herrera. You might not have heard of Herrera, which is entirely understandable, however, he’s the man who created Cetenaccio. Cetenaccio is a football

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Allegri’s Juventus and their promised land

It was a dreadful wait for all Juventini in the world. The anxiety was completely overwhelming. After Antonio Conte, former defensive midfielder whose name is immortalised at the Walk of Fame at Juventus Stadium, decided to step down from the managerial

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Spectacular: backheeled cross leads to bicycle kick finish

Atlanta beat Sassuolo 2-1 at the weekend in Italy’s Serie A but something other than the result really stole the headlines. Atlanta’s German Denis scored both the goals but his first, right before half-time, is easily one of the best goals

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Assessing Serie A giants Juventus

Italian football doesn’t always get the credit it deserves particularly from English football fans, with people enchanted by the ‘best league in the world’ in the Premier League and the glitz and glamour of Spain’s La Liga stealing the limelight somewhat.