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ITALIAN SERIE A

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
11 Udinese 12 7 14 43
12 Cagliari 11 5 17 38
13 Chievo 11 5 17 38
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InternazionaleInternazionale
1
5
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JuventusJuventus
0
2
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AC MilanAC Milan
CagliariCagliari
1
0
FT
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SassuoloSassuolo
4
3
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CagliariCagliari
2
0
FT
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NapoliNapoli
0
5
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1
1
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 By Ben Gladwell

North Korean Kwang Song Han signs Cagliari contract running until 2022

Kwang Song Han first joined Cagliari on trial in February.

Cagliari have secured the services of the first North Korean to play and score in Serie A by tying Kwang Song Han down until 2022.

Han, 18, initially joined the club on trial in February, having first arrived in Italy in 2014 on a student visa as part of a group of North Korean youngsters looking for clubs.

One of them -- Choe Song Hyok -- was signed by Fiorentina last year, but he only made a handful of appearances for their youth team before being released at the end of 2016.

 By Ben Gladwell

North Korean forward Han Kwang-Song makes history with Cagliari

Han Kwang-Song pictured during his Cagliari debut.

Editor's note: This story was edited after publication to reflect the fact that Jong Tae-Se, a Japan-born North Korea international, played for Cologne during their 2011-12 Bundesliga campaign.

Han Kwang-Song became the first North Korean to play in Serie A when he made his debut for Cagliari on Sunday.

Han, 18, played the final five minutes of the 3-1 win at Palermo after having impressed coach Massimo Rastelli since joining on trial in February.

The forward, a native of the North Korean capital...

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Juan Cuadrado winner keeps Juventus rolling; Napoli hold on against Empoli

Juan Cuadrado celebrates his winner in Juventus' 1-0 victory over Sampdoria.
Juan Cuadrado's goal kept Juventus comfortably on top of Serie A on Sunday.

Juan Cuadrado's seventh-minute goal helped Juventus preserve their dominant lead at the top of the Serie A table while ending Sampdoria's unbeaten run.

The 1-0 victory at the Marassi means Juve are once again 10 points clear of Napoli, who beat Empoli earlier on Sunday, with only nine games of the season remaining.

Chelsea loanee Cuadrado missed last week's victory over AC Milan but featured in the Champions League win over Porto, and that 45-minute outing put the energy in his legs he needed to...