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1/01/2019 8:41 PM  #1


Italian Football

Juventus remain unbeaten after 19 games and looking odds on their 35th League title, with Napoli nearest challengers at 9pts adrift.
Surprising to see Inter, Lazio, AC Milan and Roma so far behind.

At the bottom Chievo and Frosinone both have only won 1 match in 19 games and struggling, I am surprised to Bologna struggling near the relegation zone, usually their a top 10 side but not playing well.
Inter struggled to beat Empoli 1-0 showing their lack of quality, 
Atalanta are a surprise as top scorers currently in Serie A with 39 goals after putting 6 past Sassuolo.

The race for promotion to Serie A is hotting up with Palermo (who see saw between Serie A and Serie B) leading and was funny reading that Deans Holdsworth is being a Senior Advisor to take over at the club, he was an average footballer at best in lower leagues.  Brescia and Pescara are chasing hard and Lecce, Hellas Verona also ion the mix.


Antonio Conte
Head Coach:  SS Lazio (3 League Titles 4 Cups)
Previous Clubs:  Olympique Marseille, Nottingham Forest, Chelsea FC
 

1/04/2019 10:12 PM  #2


Re: Italian Football

Yeah Palermo looking good at moment for promotion from Serie B, think Brescia could be a good bet for Serie B title.

SSC Bari playing great in Group I of Serie D, unbeaten in 17 games with a 9pts lead.
Home to Messina on Sunday and looking for another win.


Giggsy (Adam Rogers)
Club: S.S.C Bari
Caretaker: Bristol City
 

1/05/2019 10:12 AM  #3


Re: Italian Football

Agree Brescia have a good side and playing some good football, but still feel Palermo the favourites for the Serie B League title.


Antonio Conte
Head Coach:  SS Lazio (3 League Titles 4 Cups)
Previous Clubs:  Olympique Marseille, Nottingham Forest, Chelsea FC
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