Italy archive

Swiss Ramble: Finances of the 4 CL-semifinalists compared
This youngester in Italy purposely missed a penalty as he believed it wasn't a foul... 👏👏
UEFA Champions League changes for 2018/19 season : Kick off times 5:55PM or 8PM - Automatic qualification for top 4 from La Liga, Premier League, Bundesliga and Serie A
UEFA has announced new rules for the 2018/19 Champions League season:  ⏰Kick-off times will now be at 5.55pm or 8pm.  4th placed sides from England, Spain, Italy and Germany will now qualify automatically for the group stages.
Most consecutive league games without losing: Italy: AC Milan (58, between '91-93); Germany: Bavaria (53, '12-14); England: Arsenal (49, '03-04); Spain: Barcelona (39, '17-18); France: Paris (36, '15-16)
The last time the 4 semi-finalists were from Italy, England, Germany and Spain was in 1981. The winners were Liverpool.
12 years ago Zidane was sent off in his final World Cup game against Buffon’s Italy.   Today Buffon is sent off in his final Champions League game against Zidane’s Real Madrid.
Milan has been in contact with Callejon for a possible move. Reina is also trying to convince the player to make the move. The Spaniard has a release clause of €20m which is also valid in Italy.
Del Piero: "Zidane has had the two coaches that changed a lot. Ancelotti and Lippi for him were very important for many reasons. I believe he thinks about Italy a lot when he’s coaching. He’s showing things he learned during his career, not only what he’s studying."
Jupp Heynckes: ""I'd like to send my best wishes to Carlo Ancelotti in Italy. This title is also for him. He is a fantastic coach."
John Stones to miss Manchester City's game at Everton tomorrow after suffering concussion during England's 1-1 draw with Italy.
Grosso GW Goal for Italy v Germany in '06 WC Semi (Special Angle; Watch Totti) - [01:12]
England 1-1 Italy Tactical Analysis - March 27 2018
Bosnia, Belgium, Denmark, England, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Ireland, Israel, Serbia, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden and Slovenia are the qualified teams to the U17 European Championship this summer.
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