"I felt we should play to our strengths and with the players we have it meant a more attacking game." Cesare Prandelli has created amore attack-minded Italy side.
"You can call us lightweight up front but look at Spain – they’ve got a lot of lightweights and they’re pretty useful!" Giorgio Chiellini sees Italy's cup as being half…
There are more questions than answers for Prandelli’s Italy side.
Earmarked as the long-term successor to Paolo Maldini at Milan, Francesco Coco never quite fulfilled the potential he displayed as a youngster.
As Alessandro Del Piero's career with Juventus approaches its conclusion, now is the time to pay tribute to one of Juventus' all-time greats.
Created as a vehicle to curb the power of the northern Italian clubs, AS Roma's inception carried political as well as sporting overtones.
Four coaches in less than two years, growing ultra frustration, erratic form on the pitch, where will it end for Inter and their president Massimo Moratti?
The ultra culture in Italy has attracted its fair share of bad publicity down the years, but there are fraternal elements within it which enrich Italian football.
Milan’s 34-year-old defender, who has won the World Cup and played for three of the biggest club sides in Europe, reflects on his career and reveals his future plans.
The football clubs that emerged in post-war Trieste epitomised the historical diversity of a schizophrenic city.