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September 25, 2009
Posted by Sumeet Paul on 09/25/2009

Seeking to keep up the pace at the top of the table, Ciro Ferrara took his side to Genoa, hoping to preserve their immaculate record in Serie A this season. As the final whistle sounded, the two sides could not be separated, and both had to settle for a point apiece. A late equaliser from substitute David Trezeguet secured the draw for ‘la vecchia signora’.

September 19, 2009
Posted by Sumeet Paul on 09/19/2009

Despite some sparkling performances thus far from the vast array of outfield talent that coach Ciro Ferrara has at his disposal, it is the ever reliable figure between the sticks that is proving he is surely the most important part of the Bianconeri's title winning puzzle.

September 17, 2009
Posted by Sumeet Paul on 09/17/2009

As one of Signor Giovinco’s biggest fans, the news making the headlines over the past few weeks has regrettably deeply saddened me.

'Sometimes I regret that I am Italian’

The first of many quotes that have left me frustrated for ‘formica atomica’. To allow one of the country’s most promising talents to have come to such a conclusion is disappointing, not only as a Juventus fan, but also in consideration of the wider picture. For La Nazionale.

September 16, 2009
Posted by Sumeet Paul on 09/16/2009

Aiming to continue his 100% record start to the season in all competitions, Ciro Ferrara’s side took on Bordeaux in this Champions League opening tie in Turin. With his squad ravaged by injuries and defensive stalwart Giorgio Chiellini ruled out through suspension, the depleted Bianconeri starting line-up was faced with a difficult task against the French champions.

September 14, 2009
Posted by Sumeet Paul on 09/14/2009

After what was billed as the first real test of the Bianconeri’s title credentials, Ciro Ferrara’s men came away from the Stadio Olimpico with all three valuable points to continue their impressive start to the campaign. Goals from debutant Martin Caceres and David Trezeguet were enough to make it three wins out of three, however the injury sustained to star man Diego in the first half will have taken the gloss off the win.

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David Young After watching his first Serie A game as a youngster, Sumeet Paul has been an avid fan of Italian football ever since. Offering in-depth and opinionated views, coupled with a humourous element, he has a strong desire to become involved in sports writing. Pairing up his life's two greatest loves; football and talking, he would appreciate any feedback and general football conversation, you can email him at sumeetpaul7@googlemail.com or you can follow him on twitter @italiafooty

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