Manchester United’s present condition makes it a hard sell for any top player to move to Old Trafford. Similarly, convincing the bigger names to stay at the outfit will also prove to be a tall order if the present run of form persists. While David De Gea has already signed his near future to United,…Read More
Chris Smalling turned in brilliant Man of the Match performance for AS Roma The summer of 2019 saw a sharp change in Manchester United’s backine with the defensive reinforcements of Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and company also chose to offload Antonio Valencia, Matteo Darmian and Chris Smalling. The English centre-back,…Read More
Mario Mandzukic is waiting for Manchester United to come and get him in January. On Friday, Italian outlet Tuttosport published a report on the potential players that could arrive and depart from the Old Trafford club in the 2020 winter transfer window. The first half of the report focused on Paul Pogba, who is supposedly…Read More
Manchester United were often critiqued for the quality of their defense, or lack thereof, in recent years. Even under a defensively capable gaffer like Jose Mourinho, the Red Devils didn’t boast the best of defenders. The tag of mediocrity was oft attached to the Old Trafford outfit’s backline, a sharp departure from the days of…Read More
It is common for eyes to roll when executives of football club mention the ‘brand value’ of players. The commodification of popularity and giving it more importance than the actual on-field impact of these talents is often a struggle that supporters must fight with. On the top levels, at least, it is fair to say…Read More
Players who share a good rapport often extend their relationship off the pitch as well. Such bonds certainly make for memorable pairings and numerous clubs boast of duos and trios who are close. However, the reverse is often true as well and dressing-room dynamics have a tendency to flare up. As of such, sparks often…Read More
Cristiano Ronaldo has undoubtedly cemented himself as one of the greatest players to have graced football. When the Portuguese superstar left Real Madrid to join Juventus, many speculated that the forward’s glory days had come to an end as a result. However, Ronaldo has been adept at his goal-scoring prowess and despite being 34 years…Read More
REUTERS/Hannah McKayFollowing an eventful international break, normal services resumed over the weekend, as we saw the return of domestic club football. Now, as new week begins, the footballing world will finally get to embrace the two biggest club competitions on the planet. Tuesday, September 17, finally marks the beginning of the 2019-20 UEFA Champions League,…Read More
Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal clashed head on with Serbia in a thrilling Euro 2020 qualifier on Saturday night, with the game ending 4-2 in favour of the reigning European champions. Thanks to goals from William Carvalho, Goncalo Guedes, Bernardo Silva and Ronaldo himself, Portugal now sit second in Group B, eight points behind leaders Ukraine. After…Read More
Over the course of the past months, incidents of racism in football have reached a shocking number. Players have been racially abused for missing penalties and delivering poor performances. This was first seen in the Premier League when Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham failed to score from the spot. A similar treatment was levied unto Reading’s Yakou…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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