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David Mosse

David Mosse

Italian football correspondent

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Springing Leaks

Juventus supporters could be forgiven for wishing 2012 had lasted forever, particularly given the sputtering start the club has made to the New Year... Read more

Wounded Duck

With the Brazilian economy booming and clubs able to offer higher salaries, returning to the spiritual home of football has become an increasingly attractive option for players plying their trade overseas, so Alexandre Pato’s move back to... Read more

Rich Old Lady

The decision to move Friday night’s Cagliari-Juventus clash to the Ennio Tardini Stadium provided a fitting an end to this calendar year for the Bianconeri who dealt with unusual circumstances throughout, including the absence of a manager for the... Read more

Klose Encounter

As Juventus shows signs once again of pulling away from the pack, the carousel of teams directly behind them took another turn this weekend with Lazio knocking off Inter-Milan at the Olimpico courtesy of a late goal from Miroslav Klose who continues... Read more

O Captain! My Captain!

Roma may never sort out its defensive issues under Zdenek Zeman, preventing the Giallorossi from mounting a serious title challenge, but claiming a Champions League spot appears a realistic goal thanks to the most potent attack in Italy... Read more

Happy Returns

If Juventus is able to earn at least a point on Wednesday night in Donetsk, securing a place in the next round of the Champions League, the period without Antonio Conte must be deemed an unqualified success... Read more

The Survivor

Nine months ago, Milan and Juventus met in a highly-anticipated clash at the San Siro that served as perhaps the greatest advertisement yet for goal-line technology, and Sunday’s rematch provided further proof that no matter how things change,... Read more

Coming Home?

Former AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic understandably grabbed all the headlines this past week after scoring four times against England for Sweden, including one of the most incredible goals of all time... Read more

Andrea Stramaccioni - The Boy Genius

The last time Juventus tasted defeat in league play, Antonio Conte was still in charge of lowly Siena, and the idea of Andrea Pirlo leaving AC Milan on a free transfer seemed unthinkable... Read more

Serie A review - week 9

Rome wasn’t built in one day, and AC Milan’s transformation from the envy of European football to its current embarrassing state also didn’t take place overnight... Read more