Inter Milan hosted AS Roma this weekend as former teammates Chris Smalling and Romelu Lukaku went head-to-head. The Nerazzurri headed into the fixture hoping to claim a lead on the Serie A table as Juventus keep breathing down their necks. But Roma forced the hosts to settle for a stalemate and ultimately shared the spoils…Read More
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer suggests Chris Smalling will return to Old Trafford after completing his loan spell in Rome. The Englishman had fallen out with the fans during his time at Old Trafford as he was constantly among the guilty party whenever United leaked goals in. The defender seemed to be unable to find a consistent…Read More
Man Utd’s defense simply hasn’t been in the sort of shape that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would have hoped for it to. This is despite the Norwegian gaffer adhering to Sir Alex Ferguson’s maxims and investing heavily in defensive players during the summer transfer window. In spite of that, the Red Devils have now conceded upwards…Read More
Arsenal’s woeful run of form may leave with the departure of Unai Emery, but their defensive woes continue to haunt them. Sokratis Papastathopoulos has looked hardly reliable since the conclusion of last season. Rob Holding hasn’t exactly been the same since returning from his ACL injury, making things worse. New arrival David Luiz has looked…Read More
Chris Smalling is arguably having a better season than much of his former teammates at Manchester United. The English centre-back has been excellent during his loan spell at AS Roma, with mind-boggling statistics to back his return to peak form. The Serie A side is currently in the fifth-place domestically and making large strides to…Read More
Manchester United’s back-line was on the receiving end of some heavy criticism following their latest 3-3 draw against Sheffield United on Sunday. While the entire defence was more or less responsible for conceding three goals and effectively dropping two valuable Premier League points, it was English centre-back Phil Jones that bore the brunt of the…Read More
Manchester United’s pursuit of an experienced striker has led them to Italy as they look to add Edin Dzeko to their young attacking line. The Red Devils were close to signing Mario Mandzukic in the summer but opted not to ultimately. It seems that the Coratian’s inactivity for Juventus has changed the minds at Old…Read More
Manchester United have come under heavy fire this season for their decision to sell Romelu Lukaku and loan out Alexis Sanchez, leaving their frontline shy of clinical attacking options. While the fact that the two players weren’t performing at the best of their abilities and siphoning off immense amounts through their paychecks hasn’t gone unnoticed,…Read More
Manchester United have repeatedly fielded remarkably youthful squads so far this season. The Red Devils under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have managed to incorporate academy graduates quite capably. In fact, the side that won 3-1 against Brighton and Hove Albion on Sunday was the youngest United startling lineup since 2017. However, this doesn’t always translate into…Read More
Manchester United’s decision to clear players from their roster has been met with a mixed response so far this season. The sale of Romelu Lukaku and the loaning out of Alexis Sanchez, while clearing expensive talent who weren’t performing regularly, has also severely limited their offensive options up-front. Meanwhile, the loaning out Chris Smalling, while…Read More
Serie A Transfer News & Results
Serie A, also known as the Serie A TIM due to sponsorship reasons, is the primary football competition in Italy. It was established in the year 1929. Lega Calcio began running the Serie A from 1946, and the governing body continued organizing the prestigious tournament until 2010. Since the 2010-11 season, the Lega Serie A was created.
The Italian League is widely regarded as the most tactical football league in the world. It is also ranked fourth among the European football leagues as per UEFA's league coefficient. The Serie A has been responsible for producing the highest number of European Cup finalists – 27 Italian clubs have reached the finals, and 12 of those teams have tasted European glory.
The decorated title is contested by 20 of the best clubs in Italy. Each club faces the 19 others on two different occasions throughout the course of the season, which lasts from August to May. The teams are awarded three points for a victory, one point for a draw, and none for a loss. The position in the league table is determined on the basis of total points. In case of ties, however, the tie-break is decided using the head-to-head records, followed by goal difference of head-to-head records, goal difference of league, most goals for in league, and lastly, a draw.
A total of 66 clubs have featured in the Serie A ever since its establishment, but only 16 of them have managed to win the Italian title – Juventus (32), AC Milan and Inter Milan (18), Genoa (9), Torino, Bologna, and Pro Vercelli (7), Roma (3), Lazio, Napoli, and Fiorentina (2), Cagliari, Casale, Novese, Hellas Verona, and Sampdoria (1)
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