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Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Giornata/Week 29: Serie A Preview and Results

Video Highlights


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video highlights menu after the games,
along with a Serie A table.


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Serie A videos. Please click the image.


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free video previews and
selected clips after the games.


Quotes of the Week in Italian Calcio


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"You base footballer."

“It’s not true that there aren’t any journalists with technical knowledge, but there are possibly a few." But what about coaches with journalistic knowledge?

“After the latest episode I gave him some time to cool down and then we spoke and he (Antonio Cassano) immediately told me he had been a cretin – he used that exact word." Antonio is well-known for using very exact phrases. Such as "Vai a f------!"

“Football is different abroad... The Italian game is beautiful in so many ways, but we can still learn a lot from others." As Ian Rush of Wales said, "Playing in Italy was like being in a foreign country."
--- Roberto Donadoni, manager of the Azzurri, as quoted by Football Italia.


Giornata/Week 29: All games kick-off at 2030 local time.
  • For live scores during the games, please click here.
  • For a live game tracker called Match View from the Gazzetta dello Sport, which has very detailed statistics and graphical displays, please click here. You may have to click on the number of the week to list a full fixture list.
Wednesday, 19 March

Cagliari 1 x Atalanta 0
Empoli 0 x Juventus 0
Napoli 2 x Fiorentina 0
Genoa 1 x Internazionale 1
Parma 2 x Palermo 1
Livorno 1 x Reggina
AC Milan 1 x Sampdoria 2 (First win against Milan at the San Siro in 11 years).
Catania 0 x Siena 0
Torino 0 x Udinese 1
Lazio 3 x AS Roma 2 (Il Derby della Capitale).
  • For more news in English about Italian football, please visit mCalcio.
  • For a live radio stream (subject to availability) from RAI, please click here.
  • For video highlights and live radio commentary in Italian, please visit Lucalcio.com.
If you are new to calcio and the Italian language, I wrote an article called "Soccer Terminology in the Mother Tongue." Unfortunately, you will not learn the actual chants (i cori) from the stadiums, useful terms to describe rival players and fans (gli avversari), or how to compliment your favorite referee (l'arbitro). For those, you will need to make a visit to bella Italia... ;-)

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