Cristiano Ronaldo had a curiously inactive outing when Juventus lost 2-1 to Young Boys in the Champions League. The Portuguese forward’s antics had led the side to the top of the table, but a loss for Manchester United elsewhere was what secured their place, ensuring a relatively easy pool of opponents for the Round of…Read More
Jose Mourinho’s resume is not being reflected in the results that Manchester United have been putting in as of recent. The gaffer’s defensive brand of football is nowhere to be seen. With their 3-1 loss to Liverpool on Sunday, Manchester United have conceded a whopping 29 goals already this season in the Premier League. What…Read More
Paul Pogba’s future at Manchester United looks increasingly in doubt. Despite overbearing reports suggesting that the Frenchman will depart the Red Devils soon, the underlying claim that the higher-ups at Old Trafford value the midfielder immensely seems to further the confusion. Pogba hasn’t been given the start by Jose Mourinho in their last two Premier…Read More
AC Milan have identified Manchester United starlet Marcus Rashford as a transfer target. The Italian giants have been on the lookout for attacking reinforcements for quite some time. In fact, they had been strongly pursuing a former Red Devil in the form of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, until the move eventually fell through. Leonardo, Milan’s sporting director, recently…Read More
Cristiano Ronaldo has declared that he has not missed Lionel Messi since moving to Italy. Ronaldo and Messi have shared the fiercest individual rivalry in world football for more than a decade now, but it only reached that level when the former joined Real Madrid in 2009, and began competing with the Argentine’s Barcelona on…Read More
Manchester United lost more ground in the Premier League after being forced to a 2-2 draw away at Southampton. The Reds’ defence was torn apart by Southampton early in the first half, before United rallied back to equalise twice. After half-time, United failed to provide the impetus going forward, and the focus was once again…Read More
Cristiano Ronaldo is now 33, and the day isn’t far when the Portuguese superstar will eventually have to hang his boots. Many speculated that leaving Real Madrid earlier this season was as good as retiring, and that he wouldn’t make a big impact with the Serie A giants. Indeed, for a brief period at the…Read More
Ivan Perisic has once again sparked enormous speculation with regards to his future. The Inter Milan superstar has been linked with a switch to Manchester United during several of the previous transfer windows, and the upcoming windows appear set to follow the trend thanks to his recent comments. Ahead of his Italian side’s Champions League…Read More
It is rare to land the perfect deal in football. The modern trend of clever negotiating ensures that all parties involved will gain a decent chunk of the profits, particularly when big names are involved. Few names get bigger than that of Cristiano Ronaldo, whose initial move from Manchester United to Real Madrid was the…Read More
Ivan Perisic has reportedly shown signs of interest in moving away from Inter Milan. The Croatian has been linked with several clubs across Europe in the past few seasons, but it is becoming increasingly clear that he wants a move away and fast. Perisic was instrumental in Croatia’s incredible World Cup campaign that saw them…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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