Serie A Match Review: Cagliari 1-0 Bologna Rossoblu Stun Bologna is a post from: Serie A Weekly
Serie A Match Review: Cagliari 1-0 Bologna Rossoblu Stun Bologna is a post from: Serie A Weekly Cagliari stunned Bologna 1-0 at the Stadio Is Arenas with Radja Nainggolan getting the only goal of the match just past the hour mark with a brilliant effort.
Serie A Match Review: Cagliari 1-0 Bologna Rossoblu Stun Bologna is a post from: Serie A Weekly Serie A Match Review: Cagliari 1-0 Bologna Rossoblu Stun Bologna is a post from: Serie A Weekly Cagliari stunned Bologna 1-0 at the Stadio Is Arenas with Radja Nainggolan getting the only goal of the match just past the hour mark with a brilliant effort.
Atalanta Guglielmo StendardoÂ joined Atalanta on loan from Lazio until the end of the season. The
30-year-old defender has spent most of past two seasons on the bench at the Rome club, and will be
delighted to get the chance to feature for the first team in Bergamo. (+ve) Another experienced
arrival is midfielderÂ Alessandro CarrozzaÂ from Serie B outfit Varese.
Gazzetta dello Sport Tevez comes to the table Galliani dines with the Argentine in Rio and has a
yes Then he makes an â€˜original' offer to the English But Inter try the overtake and offer more to
City United think about Wes again, Leo on Maicon Ferguson is ready to offer 30 million for
Sneijder. And PSG are interested in the Brazilian De Rossi, Roma's true rival is Mancini Vazquez to
8 milioni alla Fiorentina, 1, 6 a stagione (per 4 anni) al centravanti. Il 29enne bomber biellese
Alberto Gilardino (campione del mondo nel 2006) lascia la Fiorentina dopo 3 stagioni (era in
Toscana dal 2008, 118 presenze e 48 reti con i gigliati), e passa al Genoa del presidente Preziosi.
Il Calciomercato di Serie A,Continua a leggere .
With another match day already upon us Serie A did not disappoint at the weekend and there was some
cracking action. Apart from Napoli all of the top teams in Italy picked up wins i.e. AC Milan,
Inter Milan, Juventus and Roma. Juventus returned to the top of the league. Here are the Top 5
Goals of Week 15 5.
Italian international striker Alberto Gilardino was rewarded for netting Fiorentina's first goal
of the new Serie A campaign against Bologna by receiving one hundred bottles of Chianti from the
Chianti Wine Consortium, which will be presented to the player by the Consortium's president,
Fiorentina got off to the perfect start with a 2-0 win over Bologna on a sunny Sunday at the Stadio
Franchi. Stevan Jovetic made his return, missing a year out with an horrific knee injury, and
played alongside Alberto Gilardino in attack. Summer signing Santiago Silva had to do with a place
on the bench after his summer arrival from Velez in Argentina.
I wrote this article two days ago, but Wordpress hates me, so I could
only get it up now. Sorry if it feels old...
It's exactly forty days until the Serie A season officially begins (28th August 2011). I think
I'll take a break from criticising the FIGC to write about some recent transfer rumours and an
argument in Rome, with some pre-season friendlies thrown in for good measure.
Can a man's work be separated from his personal life? Movie-watchers must ask themselves if it is
possible to enjoy the works of Roman Polanski knowing of the sexual allegations directed towards
the director, or if Mel Gibson's bigotry should lead them to boycott his films. Cesena fans find
themselves faced with a similar dilemma this season, as the club brings in Adrian Mutu to help an
How Fiorentina banished the nightmares of C2 Finding a ticket to an old football match at the
bottom of a drawer is like discovering hidden treasure. It flicks a time-travel switch sending the
mind scrabbling backwards trying to recall as much detail as possible about the game concerned. It
stirs the soul with emotions from another era.
The Beckhams are having a girl. Iker Casillas is giving unruly bedhead a run for its money. Jack
Rodwell's mobile should be searching for sanitiser. This weekend's gossip lacked clear direction,
but made amends with Olaya Villa's first steps forward.
- In case you missed our weekend Retweet, David Beckham told folks at an L.
by guest writer Liam Apicella Champions League hunting Palermo will be hoping that they have no
more early kick offs for the remainder of the season. For the fourth time in four consecutive
12:30pm starts, the Rosanero have slipped to defeat, on this occasion it was visiting Fiorentina
who were the beneficiaries.
After a 1-1 draw with Bologna, Fiorentina find themselves languishing in 16th place a mere 6 points
from bottom of the tabe. Qasa Alom looks at whether la Viola have what it takes to beat the drop...
Alberto Gilardino is a man who earned his salt scoring goals from scraps and half-chances to keep
Parma in Serie A two seasons consecutively, but I doubt that when he signed for Milan and
Exciting stuff happening in Italy this weekend as Serie A's forwards continue to show us some
interesting technique and skill.Â Last weekend, Milan's Ibrahimovic demonstrated that he
could compete with De Jong in a karate contest.
join us as Walker welcomes guest Adam Digby from il Tifosi who provides a reflective view on his
side Juventus plus more talk on clubs and personalities from around Italian Serie A. Powered by
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Some excellent performances this week from Palermo rising star Javier Pastore, and Udinese hitman
Antonio Di Natale. Earlier this week Pastore dedicated his recent hat trick against Sicilian rivals
Catania to Diego Maradona. The Argentine indicated his desire to meet with the legendary Maradona
in the near future.
Four-time World Cup champion Italy has had the upper hand against the U.S. Men's National Team
since the two sides first met in 1934. The U.S. faces Italy at 8:45 p.m. local time (2:45 p.m. ET)
on Wednesday in Genoa, and the match will be broadcast live on ESPN2, ESPN3 and Galavision:
The final of the 2010 World Cup. Your country has never won the tournament despite being
universally acclaimed for a football philosophy that has developed over the course of time. Your
side has knocked out heavy favorites Brazil in the quarters, and survived an absolute battle
against Uruguay to make it to the final, and now you find yourself in a match that has been
hard-fought to say the very least.
The U.S. men's national team's friendly against Italy is a little more than two weeks away, and
it is the first chance that manager Jurgen Klinsmann has to have his "A" team assembled together in
the new year.
With only a few friendlies remaining before World Cup qualifying begins in June, Klinsmann will
look to the Feb.
... and all through the land,Â rumours, scandal and transfer talk were at hand! What better way
to end the year here at Futbolita, at least where calcio is concerned, with a look at what lies
ahead in the upcoming year?
Barbara Berlusconi â€“ daughter of disgraced former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi,
member of Milan's board of directors, and Alexandre Pato's girlfriend â€“ has been the subject of
much speculation as of late, with many gossip magazines claiming the beautiful blonde is carrying
TheÂ impending arrivalÂ of Carlos TevezÂ could wellÂ end any hopes Filippo Inzaghi had of
winning back his place in the AC Milan Champions League squad let alone the first team. Unless
Super Pippo can prove people wrong one more time, the 38-year-old poacher will have to seek a new
home before the transfer window closes.
As we predicted last week, the fact that Giuseppe Rossi will remain at Villarreal has seen
Juventus switch their attention to Mirko Vucinic who has now joined the Turin giants from fellow
Serie A side Roma.
While the list of prospective targets starts to dwindle, could Spurs look to Italy again and
make a move for Fiorentina striker Alberto Gilardino?
Liverpool look to have made a â‚¬13M bid for Fiorentina's left winger Juan Manuel Vargas. Reports
from Italy suggest the Reds have contacted La Viola to put forward what they hope will be an
attractive offer for the Peru international.
However, Vargas is highly rated by Fiorentina and the 27-year-old is valued substantially higher by
the Serie A side, meaning Liverpool will likely have to improve on their current bid should they
wish to bag the player this summer.
In episode 4.1 Adam and Walker travel south to Sicily and welcome Lorenzo Vicini (think I got that
right this time) to the podcast. The boyz discuss all things Palermo as well as the full fixture
list from Match day 21 of Italian Serie A. Lorenzo writes for the Palermo-offside and is dedicated
supporter of the Azzurri as well.
O 36Âº jogo das eliminatÃ³rias da Eurocopa 2012, foi realizado no dia 07/09/2010, na cidade de
FlorenÃ§a-ITA, no Stadio Artemio Franchi, e jogaram as seleÃ§Ãµes da ItÃ¡lia (11Âº no ranking da
FIFA) e a seleÃ§Ã£o de Ilhas Faroe (118Âº no ranking da FIFA).
Antes desse jogo, as 2 seleÃ§Ãµes jogaram:
2008Modena 21/11/2007 ITA3:1 (3:0)FRO 2008Torshavn 02/06/2007 FRO1:2 (0:1)ITA
O Ã¡rbitro desse jogo, foi: Aleksei Kulbaov-BLR
This match had everything. Nine goals. Two red cards. Three penalties. Pepe Reina wasn't the
only goalie sent off as Julio Cesar suffered the same fate bringing down Rodrigo Palacio. And
Andrea Stramaccioni's debut win which rested on a very fine margin till the very last minute.
The pressure is on Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas in the UEFA Champions League, not only for
him to try and salvage his own job security, but also to keep England's hopes at crowning a
European winner alive.
It appears that he'll be a bit shorthanded in the first stage of his quest to get the Blues to
the UCL quarterfinals, though.
Kickette Army boys and girls, it's time to put a little deposit in your karma bank (yes, ours is
overdrawn, but we'll make up for it with some short tents, pinky swearsies).
In fact, nice healthy short tents and the men who pitch them are important to all of us, so in
support of Cancer Research UK's Do Me A Favour campaign, we encourage you to send any men in your
lives a friendly check-up reminder from Gary Lineker.
The diving culture does seem to be going from strength to strength, unfortunately, but Lee
Cattermole's flailing arm routine from Monday is one of the finer examples of diving in recent
times. Maybe even since the weekend. There is no contact whatsoever, just a brain
What's funny is the likeness to Alberto Gilardino's famous dive against Celtic.