The post-international break slate of games to close out the 2023 calendar year is going to start with a banger this weekend, as it's first-place Inter against second-place Juventus at the Allianz Stadium in Turin on Sunday night. On Episode 187 of The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, we discuss: So, the Derby d'Italia is this weekend. Let's check out who is likely not playing for Juventus ... oh, that's not good. There are injuries, but this is still Juventus' chance to head into December as the Serie A leaders. Inter are very good (even though they are forever frauds), so this is Juventus' best opportunity yet to show whether or not they are actually Scudetto challengers this season. Which Juve players are we watching when they face Inter this Sunday night? You can follow us — or send us questions — on Twitter @JuventusNation or on Facebook as well as the Fans First Sports Network @FansFirstSN. You can also follow us on our Instagram page, too! Get all of our match coverage, transfer rumors and much more at our website, blackwhitereadallover.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Its a massive weekend in Europe with the top two teams in England and Italy each taking centerstage in matchups that could set the tone in the title race for the rest of the season. Luckily, Coach Steve has returned to the Pod to help break down these marquee matchups. With Liverpool making the trip to Manchester to face Pep Guardiola's first place squad, the books see this one as a one sided affair in favor of the team in blue. Does Liverpool have more of a chance at grabbing all 3 points than the books are giving them credit for? In Italy, Juventus host Inter Milan as they hope to make a statement of their own as legitimate title threats to Inzaghi's side. Can Lautaro continue to push Inter closer to the Scudetto or will Juve's stout defense stymie Inter's attack and give Juve a chance at the upset. Closing the episode, the guys give their locks for the week as they look to rebound from the 1-9 disaster leading into international break.
"Hall of Fame” è l'appuntamento di AS Roma Podcast per diffondere, sulle principali piattaforme audio, le storie degli atleti che dal 1927 hanno contribuito ai successi e al patrimonio affettivo della squadra e dei suoi tifosi.Guido Masetti è il portiere del primo Scudetto. Il primo che ci ha fatti sentire veramente protetti. Il primo, senza che ci fosse un secondo. 364 volte a difesa della Roma: in campo dal 1930 al 1943, fuori da sempre e per sempre. Primo e unico, come è unica la sua storia.
"1983 - Roma Campione" racconta, in occasione del quarantennale del secondo Scudetto, i protagonisti, le partite e le storie della vittoria nella stagione 1982-83.Per tutta la stagione 1982/83 la Curva Sud ha soffiato dietro la Roma: i ragazzi hanno accompagnato la squadra in campo con un entusiasmo travolgente, l'hanno sostenuta durante i momenti più difficili, fino ad arrivare al trionfo finale. Il secondo Scudetto va raccontato necessariamente con uno sguardo alla Sud, perché l'82/83 è stato anche un indimenticabile anno di tifo.Ascolta 1983 - La stagione: capitolo 1Ascolta 1983 - La stagione: capitolo 2Ascolta 1983 - La stagione: capitolo 3Ascolta 1983 - La stagione: capitolo 4Ascolta 1983 - La stagione: capitolo 5Ascolta 1983 - Nils LiedholmAscolta 1983 - Dino ViolaAscolta 1983 - Paulo Roberto FalcaoAscolta 1983 - Roberto Pruzzo
The Italian Football Podcast is delighted to sit down for an interview with Udinese and Slovenia international midfielder Sandi Lovrić for a chat on all things Udinese, Serie A as well as his future.Every extra interview episode + every Monday weekend review episode of The Italian Football Podcast is free for all.To NEVER miss an episode of The Italian Football Podcast (as well as support the show), go to Patreon.com/TIFP or on Spotify to become a Patron for only $2.99 USD per month (excluding VAT).Follow us: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube
Episode 3 features one of the world's best strikers: Victor Osimhen. The Nigerian superstar opens up on a raft of subjects: his tough upbringing, his Ballon d'Or dream, winning the Scudetto with Napoli and why he spurned crazy money from Saudi Arabia. Oh, and who did he support as a boy: Man Utd or Chelsea? He puts that to bed too. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Grandissima prima vittoria di Bastianini con la Ducati nel GP della Malesia. Terzo Bagnaia, che tiene dietro dopo un grande duello Martin: convocato Carlo Pernat, manager del vincitore odierno.Alla ripresa del campionato, Juventus-Inter sarà uno scontro diretto per lo Scudetto, con i bianconeri che al momento sembrano essere l'unica squadra a poter rappresentare un ostacolo per i nerazzurri: convocato Guido Vaciago, direttore di Tuttosport.La squadra di Inzaghi questa sera è attesa dalla sfida contro il Frosinone a San Siro per tornare davanti alla Juve: convocato Massimo Paganin, ex difensore dell'Inter.Dopo le polemiche della settimana tra Sarri e Mourinho, tra pochi minuti Roma e Lazio scendono in campo: convocato il giornalista Massimo Caputi.Continua la crisi di risultati del Milan in campionato. Nuovo passo falso dei rossoneri, ancora rimontati in vantaggio 2-0, questa volta contro il Lecce: ne parliamo con mister Walter Novellino.Lo staff di Pioli è sotto accusa per gli infortuni, ma il tecnico rossonero non è comunque in discussione: convocato Luca Bianchin, inviato sul Milan per la Gazzetta dello Sport.Diverso, invece, sembra essere il destino di Garcia, con il Napoli che perde in casa contro l'Empoli al 90°: convocato Antonio Giordano del Corriere dello Sport, a cui chiediamo quale sarà il futuro della panchina azzurra.Ottimo esordio nella gara inaugurale alle ATP Finals per Sinner, che batte agevolmente Tsitsipas in un Pala Alpitour caldissimo a livello di tifo: convocato Vincenzo Martucci.
Ottava puntata della sesta stagione di J-TACTICS, la rubrica di radiomegliodiniente.com, dedicata alla vecchia signora bianconera.Episodio dedicato alla sfida dei bianconeri guidati da Massimiliano Allegri opposti ai gigliati, acerrimi nemici della Fiorentina.Ancora 3 punti, ancora una vittoria, la Juventus sbanca l'Artemio Franchi.La vecchia signora lancia sempre più forte la sua candidatura come pretendente allo Scudetto e la vittoria in casa della Fiorentina è un altro tassello.La squadra di Mister Allegri espugna Firenze con il risultato di 1-0 grazie alla rete di Miretti nel primo tempo.I bianconeri hanno ottenuto la quarta vittoria consecutiva confermando la cara, buona e vecchia solidità difensiva dopo la debacle col Sassuolo, sesta partita consecutiva senza subire reti e una concentrazione nella zona arretrata del campo che ha permesso di portare a casa 3 punti fondamentali in casa di una ostica rivale come quella viola.Classico "corto muso" di marchio allegriano si potrebbe facilmente dire.Lo 0-1 della Juventus sulla Fiorentina ha riproposto infatti, un risultato tipico della vecchia squadra bianconera allenata da Max.Ma in realtà analizzando il match di Firenze c'è di più, molto di più.L'unico gol di Miretti è il risultato infatti di un'azione corale dei bianconeri cominciata dalla difesa e finita con l'inserimento nell'area avversaria del giovane centrocampista juventino.Azioni che, a dir la verità, raramente avevamo visto negli ultimi due anni.I numeri parlano chiaro, 25 tiri in porta della Fiorentina, contro 4 della Juventus che però ha trovato un gol, appunto con Miretti.In quell'enorme tiro al bersaglio dei padroni di casa verso la porta di Szczesny, tuttavia la squadra di Italiano ha prodotto solo lo 0,68 di XG, ovvero pochissime occasioni da gol concrete o che abbiano effettivamente preoccupato i bianconeri.Le tanto citate dai nerd del calcio, "expected goals" sono semplicemente un indicatore statistico della qualità delle occasioni da goal e della probabilità che vengano segnate.Da questo punto di vista il canovaccio tattico e l'impostazione della gara di Allegri, pur essendo per certi versi esteticamente osceno, ha comunque funzionato alla perfezione perché non solo la Fiorentina non ha segnato, ma non ha neanche creato vere e proprie occasioni se con 25 tiri ha comunque realizzato una percentuale bassa di XG.La Juve ha concesso poche volte alla squadra viola di entrare nella propria area di rigore.Ecco che allora la Fiorentina è riuscita a produrre solo lo 0,68 di XG mentre la Juventus lo 0,86 paradossalmente con sole 4 conclusioni.L'alto numero di conclusioni della squadra di Mister Italiano ci dimostrano però che le difficoltà non erano degli attaccanti in sé, ma bensì la difficoltà intrinseca di costruire un'azione ben manovrata per effetto di un posizionamento difensivo avversario forte.Rugani, Bremer e Gatti sono stati pressoché impeccabili, stretti e vicini per non concedere l'inserimento in verticale tra gli spazi alla squadra viola.Un non bello da vedersi, ma solido centrocampo, con McKennie e Rabiot, hanno poi permesso alla difesa bianconera di difendere con maggiore tranquillità protetta dallo scudo creato proprio dai due mediani.Alla fine della partita le statistiche ci mostrano anche un possesso palla viola pari al 68% contro solo il 32% dei bianconeri, i quali hanno tenuto palla per un totale di 17 minuti contro i 36 della Fiorentina.Un assalto a forte Apache si, ma senza morti e feriti da parte bianconera.Quella con la Fiorentina ha ricordato tanto per certi versi la sfida vinta dalla Juventus a Napoli qualche anno fa con gol dell'ex Gonzalo Higuain.In quell'occasione, Allegri puntò su un centrocampista in più, Matuidi per provare a soffrire meno l'onda d'urto avversaria.Anche contro la Fiorentina le verticalizzazioni subite sono state quasi nulle con la viola costretta ad un bombardamento di cross al centro quasi sempre intercettati dai difensori bianconeri.Insomma, una vittoria di una Juve d'altri (recenti) tempi a cui sono bastati 4 tiri (3 in porta) per mettere, come disse Allegri in un intervista passata alla storia, quel "musetto" in più rispetto alla Fiorentina.Di questo ed altro parleremo in questa puntata!Diteci la vostra, interagiremo con voi in chat live!Ecco i link dei nostri social:CANALE TELEGRAM:https://t.me/+TYOn7FZAQwet7MAtINSTAGRAM:https://instagram.com/jtactics_?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=TWITTER:https://twitter.com/RadioMDN?t=woKQltSFRUTw9qibbRZaJA&s=09
[This episode was recorded live on YouTube on 07/11/23] Welcome and Bentornato to The Anglo Italian Pod! Ruairi and Adam are back to discuss all things Premier League and Serie A! There is only one place to start and that is addressing the VAR decisions across the weekend in Sheffield, London and of course Newcastle! Ruairi rants about what the hell happened at St James' Park and was Arteta right to call it out? Then there is still time to talk actual football as Forest look good at home again as Steve Cooper has raised the level in the squad, are Everton safe or are they lulling us all into a false sense of security? Luton are improving and the only team to apparently learn lessons and Brentford are hitting form after a tricky start to the season. Oh and we react to Spurs LOOOOOOL. Next up it's Serie A, starting in Bologna s Ferguson continues to take the headlines while Lazio continue to struggle. Then unfortunately we need to accept that Juve are in the Scudetto race, can they push Inter all the way? The boys then discuss Inter as they continue to clock up the points and there is a thriller in Rome as the Giallorossi leave it late but keep their European hopes alive. Finally does Garcia deserve credit for turning it around at Napoli and should he be giving advice to Pioli on how to turn it around one last time as Udinese finally don't draw by taking all 3 points back to Friuli from the San Siro. As always thank you for listening and we hope you enjoyed! You can find us on Twitter @ItalianAngloPod, on Insta @AngloItalianPod and on TikTok @AngloItalianPod, so please give us a follow, a rating on your podcast app of choice and tell a friend! You can also join us every Monday evening from 20:30 GMT for our LiveStream reviewing all the weekend action on YouTube @TheAngloItalianPod Grazie mille! A dopo! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Italian Football Podcast is delighted to sit down for an interview with Chelsea legend and ex Lazio and Italy star midfielder Roberto Di Matteo for a chat on all things Serie A, Azzurri and Calcio past, present and future. Every extra interview episode + every Monday weekend review episode of The Italian Football Podcast is free for all.To NEVER miss an episode of The Italian Football Podcast (as well as support the show), go to Patreon.com/TIFP or on Spotify to become a Patron for only $2.99 USD per month (excluding VAT).Follow us: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube
Una partita non trionfale, non storica ma della quale è impossibile liberarsi. Imprevedibilità allo stato puro. Un 4-4 pirotecnico, con i rossoneri più volte in svantaggio ma capaci di strappare un punto importante nella corsa verso il 18° Scudetto. Alla vigilia di Milan-Udinese, nella nuova puntata del podcast riviviamo il precedente del gennaio 2011 con le parole dei protagonisti.
After blowing a two-goal lead vs Napoli, Vinny from Milan Weekly Podcast is still optimistic about his team in their fight for the Scudetto. What can they do to get closer to Inter in first place?Plus, even without any goals scored in the Champions League, Vinny gives his thoughts on why Milan will still make it out of the group stage.Youtube version available here: https://youtu.be/HF18x-lYM2IListen to the full episode 204 of The Calcio Guys on all your favourite podcasting platforms!Follow Milan Weekly Podcast (@MilanWeeklyPod) on Twitter! The Calcio Guys is a featured show in the Top 15 Serie A podcasts on Feedspot: https://blog.feedspot.com/serie_a_podcasts/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheCalcioGuysInstagram: www.instagram.com/thecalcioguysFacebook: www.facebook.com/TheCalcioGuysOfficial
Ascolta l'approfondimento post Inter-Roma: https://pod.fo/e/1fc9beINTER NEWS: ANALISI SERIE A Dopo la 10a giornata di Serie A l'Inter è in vetta alla classifica con tante note positive. Analizziamo il momento e la situazione nella corsa per lo scudetto. ⚽️ Abbonati a questo canale per accedere ai vantaggi: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqQefqGM8yZV3CEwXBy388Q/join ✅ Abbonati al club per stare in contatto con noi più privatamente e parlare insieme di Inter
A oltre un quarto di campionato la Serie A rimane senza padrone. Ma i valori continuano a delinearsi: l'Inter capolista che batte 1-0 la Roma del fischiatissimo grande ex Romelu Lukaku, si conferma la principale candidata al titolo; sarebbe quello della seconda stella, il 20esimo nella gloriosa storia della "Beneamata", come la ribattezzò il grande Gianni Brera.
The guys are back as they continue their recent winning streak to break down this weekends slate of games in Italy and England. First up, the guys bring back Buy Or Sell to help preview a trio of matches with significant top 4 implications in Italy and the marquee match in Manchester this weekend. Have Inter emerged as the team to beat for the Scudetto? Does Napoli still belong in the conversation for the title race? Do either Lazio or Fiorentina miss out on European qualification this season? Has Manchester turned forever Blue? All these questions get answered and more before the guys wrap up with their best picks for the weekend as they build on a 3rd consecutive winning week stacking the units for the season!
Ascolta l'approfondimento sulla squadra B dell'Inter: https://pod.fo/e/1f7a8bINTER NEWS: NUOVO STADIO, SQUADRA B, OBIETTIVI Inter news, le ultimissime dall'Assemblea dei soci: approvato il bilancio chiuso al 30 giugno 2023. Parlano Zhang, Marotta, Antonello e La Russa. News importanti. ⚽️ Abbonati a questo canale per accedere ai vantaggi: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqQefqGM8yZV3CEwXBy388Q/join ✅ Abbonati al club per stare in contatto con noi più privatamente e parlare insieme di Inter
"Hall of Fame” è l'appuntamento di AS Roma Podcast per diffondere le storie degli atleti che dal 1927 hanno contribuito ai successi e al patrimonio affettivo della squadra e dei suoi tifosi.Questo episodio è dedicato a Vincent Candela, uno dei protagonisti del terzo Scudetto e uno dei terzini sinistri più forti della nostra storia.
Exactly seven years ago to the day, Locatelli scored a long-range shot to give his current team a win. The first time it was for Milan against Juventus, but this time the script was flipped. On Episode 179 of The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, we discuss: Takeaways from Juventus' win over AC Milan — including how this was one of the most Moise Kean games that ever Moise Kean'd over the last few years, how it's now pretty official that Juventus and Max Allegri have gone back to their old ways of playing with a low block and being less proactive than they were to begin the 2023-24, and how we need to slow our collective role about Juve being Scudetto contenders. So, how about that win over Milan at San Siro? Max Allegri is still doing Max Allegri things — which means the more progressive and “modern” tactics that Juve used the first few games of the 2023-24 season are gone. A closing question: How about Dean Huijsen?! Twitter questions — including how much of Juventus' win over Milan had to do with luck and how much did it have to do with them being a half-decent team, why the heck was Moise Kean subbed out when he was, and is January a good time to go back in for Domenico Berardi knowing Juve's continued lack of creativity. You can follow us — or send us questions — on Twitter @JuventusNation or on Facebook as well as the Fans First Sports Network @FansFirstSN. You can also follow us on our Instagram page, too! Get all of our match coverage, transfer rumors and much more at our website, blackwhitereadallover.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After an international break, we are back to our regularly scheduled programming with much to discuss. Kicking off the episode, the guys give a recap on the Italian betting scandal that has dominated the headlines in recent weeks and share their takes on what it means for the individuals involved and their clubs. Next, we take a look at the key games this weekend starting with a Serie A matchup with serious Scudetto implications as league leaders AC Milan host Juventus. Then we shift gears and take a look at the marquee matchup in England with a London Derby that has recently been dominated by Arsenal poses an upset opportunity with Chelsea's form showing signs of improvement. Closing the episode are the guys Hat Trick of Picks as they try to build on their 7-2-1 week prior to break. Support the Podcast and get access to exclusive content over on our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/kickspickspod
With the International break having come to an end the chase for the Scudetto continues with four teams at the top separated by just four points. Verona will host defending Scudetto winners Napoli in the first game of matchday 9 with the visitors looking to move closer to the top of the table. Torino has continued to struggle to find offense and will now host Inter who could be their toughest opponent of the season. Salernitana will host Cagliari in what can already be considered a six-point relegation game between the two bottom sides in Serie A. The game of the week features Juventus traveling to Milan in what sets up to be one of the best games in Europe of the week.In this video:Serie A Matchday 9 Preview 0:00 Serie A Betting Record 3:59 Hellas Verona vs Napoli Match Prediction 4:39 Torino vs Inter Match Prediction 10:38 Roma vs Monza Match Prediction 17:18 Bologna vs Frosinone Match Prediction 23:00 Milan vs Juventus Match Prediction 28:39 Fiorentina vs Empoli Match Prediction 37:15 Serie A Q&A 46:34 Serie A Best Bets 48:41
Sitting in 5th place in Serie A with 14 points - 7 behind the leader - Napoli didn't have a start they'd expect to have after winning the Scudetto. Is new head coach Rudi Garcia's job already on the line, or will he have time to save this team? Ken Cioffredi and Raffa Rispo of Far From Vesuvius joined us to discuss.Plus, the Azzurri can't be playing without at least one scandal. The guys share their thoughts on the latest betting rumours that came out against the Azzurri.Youtube version available here: https://youtu.be/WrLNamIhTZwListen to the full episode 202 of The Calcio Guys on all your favourite podcasting platforms!Follow Ken (@K_Cioffredi), Raffa (@RaffaNapoli83), Far From Vesuvius (@farfromvesuvius) and the Napoli Rant (@NapoliRant) on Twitter! The Calcio Guys is a featured show in the Top 15 Serie A podcasts on Feedspot: https://blog.feedspot.com/serie_a_podcasts/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheCalcioGuysInstagram: www.instagram.com/thecalcioguysFacebook: www.facebook.com/TheCalcioGuysOfficial
With yet another international break upon us, it's time for a quick recap of the first quarter of the EPL and Serie A seasons and a check in on how our pre-season futures picks are holding up so far. First, the focus is on the Premier League as Spurs are the surprise team at the top of the table. With the guys being down on City's title prospects this year, who are the current choices for title winners? After a run through of the relegation candidates, the guys wrap up the Premier League section with the Golden Boot race and whether there are any worthy challengers for Haaland that are worth a little wager. Next, the focus shifts to Serie A as the guys determine if any club outside of Milan have a chance at the Scudetto. Coach and Nick debate the Napoli's prospects at finishing top 4 and whether Roma has a chance to sneak in. Closing the pod, they guys discuss Lautaro's stranglehold on the Serie A Golden Boot and assess if there's any potential challengers at this point in the season. Support the Podcast and get access to exclusive content over on our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/kickspickspod
The bright start to the 2023-24 season might be fading as Max Allegri looks to be reverting back to his old ways of trying to grind out results rather than sticking with the new tactics we've seen in Juventus' best performances of the new campaign. On Episode 174 of The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, we discuss: Takeaways from the week that was — including how this was a week and a pair of games where Juventus regressed back to the mean and how Max Allegri's response on a tactical basis to the Sassuolo loss has been the very predictable one, which means going back to how things looked the last couple of years. The win over Lecce and the draw with Atalanta had very common themes even though they were different results. We are worried that Max Allegri is going back to his old ways, everybody. So what does that mean for Juventus going forward knowing that corto muso hasn't gone all that well the last couple of years on the whole? How much did not having Dusan Vlahovic and Arek Milik play into Allegri's decision to play for a draw rather than push for a win as Sunday's game went on? Twitter questions — including patience with young players, the potential for Nicolo Fagioli and Fabio Miretti actually playing at the same time, and how Juventus' manager and management have tried to tamper expectations regarding any potential Scudetto push. You can follow us — or send us questions — on Twitter @JuventusNation or on Facebook as well as the Fans First Sports Network @FansFirstSN. You can also follow us on our Instagram page, too! Get all of our match coverage, transfer rumors and much more at our website, blackwhitereadallover.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jon Mackenzie and James Horncastle are here to discuss why Italy's title race is so open and which teams are involved in the Scudetto challenge. Serie A has had the most diverse group of title winners across the last few seasons. Why is that the case? Why has there been so much change at Napoli? Has Inter underperformed in the league the past few seasons? Is this make or break season for manager Stefano Pioli at Milan? Where are we at right now in the Juventus saga? This episode of the Tifo Football Podcast is presented by Jon Mackenzie, produced by Mike Zimmermann. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"Memories - Le partite della nostra storia" è l'appuntamento di AS Roma Podcast per ricordare le gare che hanno rappresentato snodi importanti, fissando le caratteristiche, lo stile e il modo d'interpretare il calcio della Roma e dei suoi tifosi.Alla prima dell'Empoli allo stadio Olimpico la Roma non gioca bene. Passa in vantaggio, si fa rimontare e vince col brivido, provando a tornare in corsa per lo Scudetto. A sette giornate dal termine infatti il Napoli primo in classifica è a tre punti di distanza.
The were plenty of players leaving compared to players arriving, as we take a look at how Juve's Cristiano Giuntoli-led front office did during its first summer mercato. On Episode 169 (nice) of The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, we discuss: How would we grade Juventus' summer mercato? Do we agree with how the BWRAO community rated Juventus' summer mercato? How are we feeling about the first few months of the Cristiano Giuntoli era at Juventus? Out of all the young players who left on loan (not named Nicolo Rovella), who are you going to be paying attention to the most? And do they probably play for Frosinone? Twitter question of the week — what will need to happen for Juve to both challenge for the top four in Serie A and potentially challenge for the Scudetto this season? You can follow us — or send us questions — on Twitter @BWRAO_1897 or on Facebook as well as the Fans First Sports Network @FansFirstSN. You can also follow us on our Instagram page, too! Get all of our match coverage, transfer rumors and much more at our website, blackwhitereadallover.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Susannah Collins, Nigel Reo-Coker, Charlie Davies and Alexis Guerreros begin Part Two of the Morning Footy podcast in Serie A where AC Milan kept their perfect start to the season rolling against Roma while Napoli's Scudetto defense suffered its first setback (00:31). Michelle Gringas has the latest headlines including Sergio Ramos' reported move back to Sevilla and Tanner Tessman's USMNT roster call-up (09:38). Then, analysis of a thrilling weekend of MLS action as Cincinnati's slump continued and Inter Miami took another step towards the playoff spots (14:21). And the crew assesses which clubs and leagues took the biggest leaps forward in the European transfer market (27:15). Morning Footy is available for free on the Audacy app as well as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Morning Footy podcast on Twitter: @CBSSportsGolazo, @susannahcollins, @nicocantor1, @NotAlexis, @CharlieDavies9, @jennychiu For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Don't miss a minute of the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Europa Conference League, Serie A, Coppa Italia, CONCACAF, NWSL, Scottish Premiership, the Brasileiro, Argentine Primera División this season on Paramount+! For a limited time, get 50% off an annual plan subscription for as low as $2.50/month for 12 months! Try it free now at paramountplus.com/golazo or paramountplus.com/livesports. This limited time offer ends 9/20. Annual plan only. Terms and conditions apply. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After the summer transfer window closed in Italy, Nima Tavallaey and Carlo Garganese name their Serie A awards, from the best to worst signings, the winners and losers as well as deliver their revised Serie A predictions naming the winner, top 4, MVP, Capocannoniere as well as winner of Coppa Italia plus who'll win and qualify for the Champions League, Europa League and Conference League winners and much much more.This is a clip from the weekly Thursday episode of the Italian Football Podcast.To NEVER miss an episode of The Italian Football Podcast (as well as support the show), go to Patreon.com/TIFP or on Spotify to become a Patron for only $2.99 USD per month (excluding VAT).Follow us: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTubeUse my special link zen.ai/italianfootball and use italianfootbal to save 30% off your first three months of Zencastr professional. #madeonzencastr
A pochi giorni dalla chiusura del #calciomercato il #milan farà di tutto per mettere a segno anche l'ultimo colpo per l'attacco: Mehdi #taremi . Basterà per lo #scudetto ?Questo show fa parte del network Spreaker Prime. Se sei interessato a fare pubblicità in questo podcast, contattaci su https://www.spreaker.com/show/2355694/advertisement
Nel GP d'Olanda trionfa il solito Verstappen, con Sainz che si classifica al 5° posto, in una gara infinita. Disastro con Leclerc, tra pit stop con tempistiche sbagliate e contatti minimi che hanno danneggiato la sua auto, costringendolo a terminare la gara in anticipo: convocato Umberto Zapelloni.Splendido argento italiano nella 4x100 maschile, secondi solo agli americani. Gran risultato anche nella staffetta femminile, con le azzurre arrivate appena alle spalle del podio: convocato Giorgio Rondelli, allenatore di atletica.Un convincente Milan rifila quattro gol al Torino, mentre l'Atalanta e la Roma crollano rispettivamente a Frosinone e Verona. Proprio i giallorossi rischiano di perdere Dybala per la sfida con i rossoneri, ma attendono la chiusura dell'affare Lukaku: convocato Angelo Mangiante, inviato di Sky Sport. Giroud è quota 3 gol in due partite (2 rigori) di campionato, ma al Milan serve un'alternativa come punta centrale. Pioli non si sbilancia più di tanto, ma fa capire che gradirebbe un rinforzo in quel ruolo. Chiediamo a Mario Ielpo, ex portiere rossonero, cosa ne pensa.La Juventus questa sera fa il proprio esordio stagionale allo Stadium contro il Bologna: Allegri, però, prima della partita non vuol sentir parlare di obiettivo Scudetto: convocato Guido Vaciago, direttore di Tuttosport. In attesa di Pavard, che anche oggi non si è allenato con il Bayern Monaco ufficialmente per motivi fisici, l'Inter prepara la partita con il Cagliari di domani: convocato Massimo Paganin, ex difensore nerazzurro.L'ItalBasket perde contro la Repubblica Dominicana 82-87, complicando le nostre chance di superare il girone. Ora con le Filippine serve una vittoria: convocato Davide Pessina di Sky Sport.
On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose in the co-pilot's chair. Alejandro Diago is the first guest of the day, and he joins to discuss Spain's glory at the Women's World Cup, all the fallout involving coach Jorge Vilda and Spanish FA president Luis Rubiales, and what this triumph means for the future of Spanish women's football. Ale is also a massive Real Madrid fan, and he tells us all about Jude Bellingham's impact so far as well as the rise of 16-year-old Barcelona starlet Lamine Yamal, and a curious move to Saudi Arabia for Celta Vigo's Gabri Veiga. After that, Pádraig Whelan enters the cockpit. First on the agenda is the Premier League, and solid starts to the season for Arsenal and Tottenham, as well as the not-so-solid form of Manchester United and Everton. And finally, Pádraig guides us through the return of Serie A. Who are the Scudetto favourites? Who has done the best transfer business? And more!
In the first episode of the week, Joe Fischetti reviews Napoli's opening match of the 2023/24 campaign against Frosinone as well as the first round of Serie A matches. Part 1: Match Review - Frosinone vs Napoli, including: Cajuste's difficult debut; Garcia's tactics versus Spalletti's; goal reviews; and standout individual performances (~1:16) Part 2: Serie A Matchday 1 review and early indications on who will contend for the Scudetto (~16:18) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After a half hour of dealing with technical difficulties for the LIVE Monday night episode, Raff N Raff are here for week 1 of Serie a 2023/24, as Napoli begins their title defense. It's Champions v Champions in Serie A as the Italian Champions Napoli took on the Serie B Champions Frosinone at Stadio Benito Stirpe. The Raff's have a lot to unpack from the 3-1 away win, such as Osimhen starting right where he left off, bagging 2 goals on his quest for a first capocannoniere repeat since Antonio Di Natale in 2010 and 2011. Also, Capitano Giovanni Di Lorenzo assisted the Nigerian TWICE. Jens Cajuste got a surprise start that didn't go so well, but we saw another suprise as Zambo Anguissa was magically fit to take his place in the 2nd half. And Raffa & The BIz crown the official first Beast of the Match as Scudetto winners in this new season. Raffa & The Bizz were also in attendance for the first Trii-State Napoli Club meet at our member Dan Nizz's brand new restaurant, Pizzetiello in Pearl River, NY and we chat about that as well. TIFOSI!!! Please join us in our Napoli Rant Discord Chat! We have a "Rant General" "Rant of the Week" and "Game Thread' section. We also meet live on matchdays! SO MUCH FUN! Click here and we'll see you there: https://discord.gg/Fkpc9ZvvYE Far From Vesuvius is proud to be host for the hottest, most INTERACTIVE SSC Napoli show on social media, The Napoli Rant! Be sure to follow us on our platforms: Twitter: @NapoliRant Facebook: The Raff N Raff RaNt Instagram: @napolirant YouTube: The Napoli Rant w/ Raff & Raff - YouTube Like, subscribe, rate, follow us on any of these podcast platforms; Apple, Google, Spotify, and Podbean! Enjoy, and #ForzaNapoliSempre
It was hard to predict what kind of Juve team was going to show up at the Friuli on Sunday night. But, thanks to a first-half blitz, Juventus stormed to a season-opening win that saw a whole lot of good things happen along the way. On Episode 164 of The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, we discuss: Takeaways — that there's a negative amongst the positives and that's Juve's defense against Udinese, how Andrea Cambiaso made quite the first (official) impression in his Juve debut, and how Max Allegri used Cambiaso's ability to make underlapping movements to his team's advantage. That first-half performance from Juventus, though ... that was good. That second-half performance from Juventus ... wasn't great, but when it's 80-something degrees out and you're up 3-0, easing off the throttle is a little more forgivable. The two stars of the show were easy to figure out: Federico Chiesa and Andrea Cambiaso, two players who combined quite well on the left wing. Dusan Vlahovic played pretty well, too, by the way. Twitter questions — why do so many Juve fans seem to dislike Weston McKennie, if Federico Chiesa would be better playing out wide or closer to Dusan Vlahovic in Max Allegri's current setup, and if Chiesa and Vlahovic both stay and things click ... does that make Juventus a serious Scudetto challenger? You can follow us — or send us questions — on Twitter @JuventusNation or on Facebook as well as the Fans First Sports Network @FansFirstSN. You can also follow us on our Instagram page, too! Get all of our match coverage, transfer rumors and much more at our website, blackwhitereadallover.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After a great showing for Serie A in European competitions last season, the time is here to start yet another race for the Scudetto! Frosinone could be in for a unhappy welcoming as they host reigning champions Napoli in the first week. Champions League finalist Inter will be hosting Monza who were a tough outfit in their own right last season. Roma will attempt to get out on the right foot in search of 3 points as they host Salernitana. And one of the more competitive matches of the week takes place with Sassuolo hosting Atalanta, a match that features two teams with European aspirations rounding out what should be an exciting week back in the top flight of Italian football.In this video: 0:00 Serie A Matchday 15:52 Frosinone vs Napoli Match Predictions 13:14 Inter vs Monza Match Predictions 20:07 Roma vs Salernitana Match Predictions 26:02 Lecce vs Lazio Match Predictions 32:35 Udinese vs Juventus Match Predictions 39:26 Bologna vs Milan Match Predictions 46:55 Serie A Q&A 50:50 Serie A Matchday 1 Best Bets
Serie A kicks-off the 2023/24 season this weekend with Roma hosting Salernitana in matchday one at the Stadio Olimpico. John and Andy preview the Giallorossi's upcoming season, including their objectives. The pair give their Serie A predictions including Scudetto winner, top four, and whether or not Roma will ultimately end their five-year absence from the Champions League. Finally, Matt Falcona of The Falcona Forecast, a football data analysis website, discusses what his models predict for the upcoming Serie A campaign.The Falcona Forecast: TwitterThank you to our newest Patron, Alexander Davis, and to all of our Patrons who make this show possible. You can support RomaPress by going to Patreon.com/RomaPress, benefits include: early access to episodes, extras episodes, and plenty more.The Falcona Forecast: Twitter AccountOur websites:RomaPress.netItalianFootball24.com
From chances of Napoli retaining their Scudetto, Inter Milan chances of challenging them, what Max Allegri's Juventus can do playing one game a week, how the Americans leading the revolution at AC Milan will fare, how far can the impressive midfield's at Lazio and Roma take them, can Fiorentina repeat last season's European cup runs, to Atalanta's impressive attacking summer signings as well as who will be relegated, be MVP, signing and flop of the season and much, much more as Nima and Carlo analyze, discuss, preview and predict the upcoming 2023/2024 Serie A season.This is a clip from the weekly Thursday episode of the Italian Football Podcast.To listen to this & all other full episodes of The Italian Football Podcast, go to Patreon.com/TIFP to become a Patron for only $2.99 USD per month (excluding VAT).Follow us: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube
Part Two of the Morning Footy podcast begins with hosts Susannah Collins, Nico Cantor, Mike Grella and Jordan Angeli unpacking a dramatic day of Champions League qualifiers that saw Marseille crash out of the competition and Ricardo Pepi break his PSV duck (00:10). After ending a 33-year title drought last season, can Napoli hold onto the Serie A title this time around? (09:50) And which of the newly-signed USMNT stars will shine brightest in the Italian top flight? (13:32) Jenny Chiu joins to discuss Australia's semifinal defeat to England and the keys to the Sunday's Women's World Cup final (17:27). And the crew assesses how Mia Fishel and Catarina Macario might be deployed at Chelsea (28:26). Morning Footy is available for free on the Audacy app as well as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Morning Footy podcast on Twitter: @CBSSportsGolazo, @susannahcollins, @nicocantor1, @NotAlexis, @CharlieDavies9, @jennychiu For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Watch UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Europa Conference League, Serie A, Coppa Italia, CONCACAF, NWSL, Scottish Premiership, the Brasileiro, Argentine Primera División by subscribing Paramount Plus: https://www.paramountplus.com/home/ To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 35: Things Will Straighten Out Henry and Michele are back to look ahead to 2023/24. Here they focus their preview on the fantastic listener questions received and talk about: Napoli transfer policy, post-Scudetto opportunity for global growth, ADL's legacy, Osimhen's renewal, Kvara's expectation and the heated cone v cup gelato debate returns. Both are very much looking forward to this season with Napoli as defending champions of Italy! Please do support the show by following us at our brand new Twitter account @ShadowOfVesuvio. In The Shadow Of Vesuvio is the only English podcast that gives you all things SSC Napoli direct from city. We are proud to be part of the Far From Vesuvius Network, so be sure to also follow and support us at @FarFromVesuvius on Twitter. Finally, our hosts can be found on Twitter as well: For some of the best insight into Napoli, today and yesterday, Dr. Henry Bell @HenryBellCalcio Traveling to Naples and need match tickets? Michele Borelli @NapoliTickets for ALL YOUR NAPOLI TICKET NEEDS!!! And our producer & Presidente, Raffa Rispo @RaffaNapoli83 Enjoy & #ForzaNapoliSempre
We have another Serie A season on the way with many teams at the top with hopes of lifting the next Scudetto. There are five teams with odds to win the title at less than +1500 with Serie A being regarded as the most competitive league with so many teams like Milan, Inter, and Juventus having a legitimate shot to win despite Napoli running away with it last season en route to a historic season. The relegation race was decided earlier than expected last season with a few surprises late as Verona avoided relegation at the expense of Spezia. This season Serie A welcomes Genoa, Frosinone, and Cagliari with two of the three just recently spending time in the top Italian flight. With every team having history against Napoli now and tape of how they attack it will be interesting to see the approach teams take in slowing them down and if we get a new champion this season in Serie A.In this video: Serie A 2023/24 Season Futures 0:00Odds To Win Serie A 7:51Odds To Place Top 4 in Serie A 15:20Odds To Be Relegated in Serie A 21:49Odds To Win Serie A Golden Boot 29:24Serie A Q&A 40:56Serie A Futures Best Bets 45:48
With the bombshell news that Roberto Mancini resigned from his post as the Italian National Team Coach, the guys kicked off the 2023-24 with the discussions of who's going to be the next coach. Can Luciano Spalletti make an impact?Plus, with the Serie A kicking off in a few days, the guys gave their annual season predictions of who's going to win the Scudetto, finish in the Top 4, and win the Capocannoniere.Youtube version available here: https://youtu.be/RcRv0OOLprYListen to the full episode 194 of The Calcio Guys on all your favourite podcasting platforms!The Calcio Guys is a featured show in the Top 15 Serie A podcasts on Feedspot: https://blog.feedspot.com/serie_a_podcasts/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheCalcioGuysInstagram: www.instagram.com/thecalcioguysFacebook: www.facebook.com/TheCalcioGuysOfficial
From AC Milan's Anglo-American revolution with Christian Pulisic, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Yunus Musah replacing Sandro Tonali, Man United low-ball offer for André Onana as Inter accept low offer for Marcelo Brozovic from Al-Nassr after Cesar Azpilicueta deal falls through, Cristiano Giuntoli to save Juventus after finally being let go by Napoli, to if Roma bring Davide Frattesi and Gianluca Scamacca back to the club does that make Giallorossi dark horses in Scudetto race and FIGC President Gabriele Gravina's stupid comments on the catastrophic domestic TV deal talks, this week's Baggio and Premface of the week and much, much more as Nima and Carlo break down all the talking points from a jam-packed week in in Italian football.Every Monday episode of The Italian Football Podcast is free for all.To get ALL and never miss an episode of The Italian Football Podcast (as well as support the show), go to Patreon.com/TIFP to become a Patron for only $2.99 USD per month (excluding VAT).Follow us: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube