Serie A

The miracles of Diego Maradona 3 decades later

It has been 30 years since Diego Maradona led Napoli to the first of two consecutive scudetto titles. And 31 since his “hand of God” goal propelled Argentina to the World Cup championship. A new book and movie now celebrate his legend as a figure with a genius for both football and controversy.

Introducing Pietro Pellegri: Serie A and Italy’s next big star

Genoa’s prodigal son, Pietro Pellegri, may not yet be a well-known name outside of Italy. But last weekend he became the youngest ever to score a brace in Serie A as he put two past Lazio’s Eagles. What does his future hold?

Why Serie A needs Milan and Inter to be title contenders

Juventus FC has dominated Italy’s Serie A for nearly a decade now. The club seems destined to win their 7th straight scudetto this season. But whatever happened to Milan’s twin powers, AC Milan and Inter? Will they ever restore glory to the San Siro?

12 most important summer sales for AC Milan

The summer transfer window is closed. It was a busy time for AC Milan in particular. The club acquired many new faces. Many familiar players also departed. Here’s a list of the 12 most important summer transfers out for the rossoneri.

The Milan projects: Just beginning or nearing its conclusion?

AC Milan & Inter Milan, two Italian giants and well established teams within European competitions. When will these two clubs return to their former glory?

How does Sassuolo contend without Di Francesco?

Since being promoted to Serie A in 2012, Sassuolo have been led by one man. Now that Di Francesco has moved on, how does Sassuolo plan to contend?

Mbappé’s night shadowed by a stubborn Higuaín as Juventus look to conquer Europe

On a night when the world was watching, Higuain (with help from Alves) made Juventus’ qualification to the UCL final seem ridiculously easy. Who will step up for Monaco in the second leg?

Naples, summer of 1984: Maradona’s transfer to Napoli and what transpired after

Diego Armando Maradona is one of the first names to come out of people’s mouths when conversation arises in relation to the identity of the greatest player to have ever lived. Yet, his career path is perhaps even more intriguing than the mesmerizing skill he produced.

Francesco Totti: The eternal ‘Capitano’

As Francesco Totti’s career dwindles down to its last few ounces of magic, Julio tries to encapsulate in words what the eternal captain means to Rome.