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Sumeet Paul blog profile  By Sumeet Paul

De Sciglio exit talk sparks angry response from AC Milan supporters

Gab Marcotti evaluates what comes next for AC Milan after their takeover by Chinese businessman Yonghong Li.

With 20 minutes remaining against Empoli at the San Siro on Sunday, Mattia De Sciglio was substituted by Vincenzo Montella as AC Milan desperately went in search of a way back into the game. The 24-year-old De Sciglio, who has been with Milan since 2002 having come through the youth system and making over 100 Serie A appearances for the Rossoneri, was deafeningly booed and jeered as he made his way to the bench.

Just hours before the game, reports in Italy speculated that the Italian international...

 By Terry Daley

Kevin Strootman bosses Roma midfield to send Pescara down

Roma tightened their hold on second place in Serie A with a comprehensive win over Pescara, who rarely threatened.
Roma tightened their hold on second place in Serie A with a comprehensive win over Pescara, who rarely threatened.

Roma took advantage of Napoli's draw at Sassuolo by swatting a perplexingly welcoming Pescara and strengthening their grip on second place and automatic Champions League qualification, moving four points ahead of the Partenopei and sending Zdenek Zeman's team down to Serie B in the process.

Two goals a minute before the break, a tap-in from man-of-the-match Kevin Strootman and a cool Radja Nainggolan finish, ended the match as a contest after a first half that almost saw Roma rue a host of missed...

Why clubs shouldn't overspend on Lazio winger Keita Balde

Keita Balde
Keita Balde, left, hasn't gotten along with many of his teammates.

Lazio president Claudio Lotito must have been purring when Keita Balde scored the fastest Serie A hat trick since 1975.

The Senegalese striker found the net three times in just five minutes in Sunday's 6-2 thrashing of Palermo -- the first player to do so since Pietro Anastasi celebrated thrice for Juventus 42 years ago, quite ironically against Lazio. The 22-year-old thus improved his tally to 11 goals this season and bettered his own total for the previous three years combined. He is definitely...

 By Mina Rzouki

Bonucci, Dybala star as Juve romp lowly Genoa in complete performance

Paulo Dybala celebrates his goal in Juve's comfy defeat of Genoa on Sunday.
Paulo Dybala's 17th goal of the season over all competitions put Juve up 2-0 and had them on their way to an easy victory.

A complete performance, Juventus defeated Genoa 4-0 to collect their 33rd consecutive Serie A homd win, edging ever closer to another league title.

Il Secolo XIX had dubbed this match "Mission Impossible" for Genoa noting that only a paranormal phenomenon akin to catching a "wave of green lights" or "finding parking downtown during rush hour" can halt the Old Lady in her tracks. 

Playing with confidence and intensity, Juventus approached this game with the right attitude and made their...

Sumeet Paul blog profile  By Sumeet Paul

Milan disappoint in defeat to Empoli as Europa League chances take a hit

Gianluca Lapadula scored Milan's goal but it wasn't enough in a bitter defeat.

AC Milan produced a bitterly disappointing performance in what will likely prove to be a costly 2-1 defeat at home to Empoli. The visitors took a two-goal lead before Gianluca Lapadula struck, but a wasteful Rossoneri were unable to complete another fight back as they lose crucial ground in the race for Europa League qualification.

Positives

Milan didn't let their heads drop after going two goals down coupled with Suso's penalty miss, as they continued to press until the end. It's a positive hallmark...

Inter capitulate at Fiorentina despite Mauro Icardi's consolation hat trick

Mauro Icardi celebrates with Inter Milan teammates after scoring a goal against Fiorentina.
Mauro Icardi scored a hat trick but it was too little, too late as Inter's recent struggles continued at Fiorentina.

Inter contrived to relegate their recent failures to mere footnote by allowing Fiorentina to mount a stunning comeback. Up 2-1 after a topsy-turvy first half, one could have been forgiven to think that Stefano Pioli's men had been gifted a reprieve. Ever intent on constantly bamboozling their long-suffering fan, the Nerazzurri allowed a Kalinic-less Viola to somehow net four goals in seventeen horrific minutes.

Matias Vecino -- who hadn't netted all season -- and Khouma Babacar ended up with two...