Dre’s Player of the Week is back and the winner of this week’s award goes to Dries Mertens for the four goal display against Torino on Sunday afternoon.
Manchester clubs are cruising, Serie A and La Liga started last weekend, and Neymar leads Brazil to their first Olympic title.
Aaron West is rejoined by Adam Digby, Sam Lewis and Greg Cimilluca to talk all things Serie A, including a special appearance from Sam’s soon-to-be constant companion this season, “Glen”.
Aaron West is joined again by Adam Digby and Sam Lewis to review week 2 of Serie A, preview week 3? and generally take the piss out of each other.
Aaron West is joined by Greg Cimilluca, Adam Digby and Sam Lewis to review Week 1 of Serie A & preview Week 2.
Dre’s Play of the Week goes to Andrea Pirlo after he hit a thunder-strike to sink Atalanta and increase Juventus’ lead in the Serie A table to nine points.
The boys run the rule over Barcelona’s issues, discuss whether or not they’re in crisis, and debate Messi’s departure. MLS, Liverpool and Manchester City also come under scrutiny with Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard. Finally, the fellas discuss their favorite clubs’ transfer plans. Aaron may or may not cry on tape. Enjoy and share!
Italy’s Ultras have a long and troubled history with violence and destruction. John Passidomo argues that Serie A should follow England’s example to ban the harmful influence in stadiums and set the league on the right path.
Tribalism or attaching yourself to ones colours is deeply infectious. It taps into a sense of identity, a belonging; you share this feeling and entitlement of supporting something with other people which can bring out such intense emotions. Nonetheless, such tribalism can also lead to spitefulness when it comes to media and fan viewpoints on certain teams.
Share:Back to back losses in the Champion’s League qualifiers for Francesco Guidolin’s Udinese side is something that many fans will never forget after being so close on both occasions in this decade. An Antonio Di Natale missed penalty against Arsenal in 2011 would’ve all but put Udinese through in a tense qualifying round, whilst the season after, an away goal lead …
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