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  1. Parma: Reliving the Glory YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | BleacherReport

    Parma are experiencing troubled times. Their match against Udinese , scheduled for last weekend, was called off as the club were unable to afford match-day stewards.

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  2. Kevin Strootman's Manchester United move in doubt after...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Mirror.co.uk

    The Dutchman has been a long-time target of Red Devils boss Louis van Gaal, who may now be forced to look elsewhere after the Roma man's latest setback Manchester United's bid to sign Kevin Strootman could be scuppered after the Dutch midfielder suffered complications during surgery to fix a serious knee injury. Former Roma club doctor Mario Brozzi claims the 25-year-old faces 'no way out' after admitting an operation on his ligament 'did not go perfectly'.

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  3. Where did it all go wrong for Parma?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | BBC News

    In the late 1980s, Parma was best known for producing thin-sliced prosciutto ham and hard, dusty cheese you sprinkle on bolognese. But over the next decade, Italy international Gianfranco Zola and South American stars Faustino Asprilla and Hernan Crespo helped ensure the Italian city became synonymous with football as well as food.

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  4. Juventus wary of Dortmund in Champions League last 16Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Daily Herald

    Juventus, once a powerhouse of European football, is seeking only its second Champions League last eight appearance since 2006 - the year it was relegated for matchfixing in Serie A- when it hosts Borussia Dortmund Tuesday. The famous Italian club struggled in the group stage before finishing second behind Atletico Madrid and coach Massimiliano Allegri - who replaced Antonio Conte in the summer - hopes his wealth of Champions League experience, with AC Milan, helps to keep his team in the competition.

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  5. Juventus wary of Borussia Dortmund as it seeks place in Champions League quarter-finalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | The Globe and Mail

    After failing to reach the knockout stage last year, Juventus may find its passage to the Champions League quarterfinals blocked Tuesday by a Borussia Dortmund team which puts its domestic difficulties aside on the European stage. Juventus, once a powerhouse of European football, is seeking only its second Champions League last eight appearance since 2006 - the year it was relegated for matchfixing in Serie A. The famous Italian club struggled in the group stage before finishing second behind Atletico Madrid and coach Massimiliano Allegri - who replaced Antonio Conte in the summer - hopes his wealth of Champions League experience, with AC Milan, helps to keep his team in the competition.

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  6. Tottenham vs Fiorentina: 11 things you need to know as Spurs return to Europa League actionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | Mirror.co.uk

    Spurs face a stern test from one of Serie A's big name sides on Thursday evening, as they look to progress from the round of 32 in the Europa League Europe's secondary competition is back, but it is no longer the poor man's prize, as some of the continent's elite get ready to battle for the title. Tottenham begin the knockout stage when they host Fiorentina in the first leg of the last 32 stage on Thursday evening.

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  7. Antonio Conte: Spurs vastly superior to their Italian opponentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 18 | Business News

    Former Juventus boss Antonio Conte wasn't afraid to share his opinion as he labelled Tottenham Hotspur a 'vastly superior' team to their upcoming Europa League opponents Fiorentina, the Mirror reports. The Italian national team coach visited Spurs on Tuesday as he undergoes a scouting mission ahead of Italy's international friendly with England in March.

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  8. Antonio Conte visits Tottenham training ground ahead of international friendlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | Daily Mail

    So, who is hotshot Adriano? ADRIAN DURHAM: If Arsenal were as good as their fans believe, they would top the Premier League and be favourites for the Champions League And you think London to Paris is far? Spare a thought for Shakhtar fans who have to travel 750 miles to watch team at 'home' against Bayern after Donbass destruction Italy boss Antonio Conte visited Tottenham's training ground on Monday as part of a fact finding mission on English football. The former Juventus midfielder, who won a host of top honours including five Serie A titles, the UEFA Cup and the Champions League during a glittering 13-year spell at Juventus, stopped by at Hotspur Way as part of a series of visits he is making to Premier League clubs this week.

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  9. Spy ready: Loan Ranger Haris Vuckic will give Inter Milan the lowdown on CelticRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | The Daily Record

    DAVIDE SANTON will ask Newcastle mate Haris Vuckic to become his super spy as he looks for the lowdown on Celtic. The Inter full-back is pally with the a Slovenian from their time at St James' Park where they both left in January on loan.

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  10. Manchester United transfers: 5 alternative creative midfielders that LvG should be looking atRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 16 | Mirror.co.uk

    Kevin Strootman and Paul Pogba would require big fees to lure from Italy, so here are a raft of alternative players for the position Manchester United have been yearning for a creative midfielder since Paul Scholes' legs finally gave up on him and Michael Carrick's form fell off a cliff. But despite signing Ander Herrera and Juan Mata in the last year - not to mention one Angel Di Maria too - the Old Trafford club are now once again on the look out for some creativity in the centre of the park.

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  11. Deila desperate for Inter clean sheetRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 14 | Sunday Herald

    The Norwegian feels an affiliation with those quotes about the "Celtic jersey not shrinking to fit inferior players", the fact that "football without the fans is nothing", and yearns for that "pure, inventive football" which the Lisbon Lions used to crush the catenaccio tactics of Helenio Herrera's Internazionale side some 48 years ago. His ambitions when these two famous grandees of the European game reunite on Thursday night at Celtic Park, however, will be rather less grandiose.

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  12. Italy boss Antonio Conte to visit England to watch Chelsea and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 11 | Daily Mail

    Italy coach Antonio Conte is visiting Chelsea and Tottenham next week on a fact-finding mission ahead of his country's friendly with England. Conte has scheduled a two-week tour of England, including a trip to Chelsea and plans to take in the Tottenham vs Fiorentina Europa League game on February 19. He also intends to take in other Premier League games as he weighs up the players who could figure in Roy Hodgson's squad.

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  13. Antonio Conte: Committed to Italy national coach roleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 10 | Sporting Life

    The former Juventus manager replaced Cesare Prandelli following the World Cup in Brazil and has since guided the Azzurri to three wins and a draw during their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign. Reports from the peninsula have suggested the 45-year-old is already disillusioned with various aspects of his life as Italy boss, but Conte insists he will see out the two-year contract he signed in August.

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  14. Roma depend too much on Totti, says SacchiRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 10 | Goal.com

    The legendary former coach feels the Stadio Olimpico side have too many limitations to seriously battle Juventus for the Scudetto Former Italy coach Arrigo Sacchi feels Roma are too reliant on Francesco Totti to be able to challenge Juventus for the Serie A title. Rudi Garcia's men were regarded as the reigning champions' biggest rivals in the race for the Scudetto, yet they have already fallen seven points behind after a string of disappointing results.

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  15. (Football) Italy coach Conte faces match-fixing inquiryRead the original story

    Monday Feb 9 | The Standard

    Italy coach Antonio Conte is among 130 people who have been formally notified they are under investigation for match-fixing. Conte is being investigated for committing sports fraud when he coached Siena in 2010-11, although a charge of criminal association was dropped.

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  16. World Sports at 0000 GMTRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | The New Zealand Herald

    ROME " Lazio fell to a 1-0 loss at home to Genoa and missed the chance to move fourth in Serie A on Monday after playing most of the match in 10 men. SENT.

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  17. Conte among 130 named in match-fixing investigationRead the original story

    Monday Feb 9 | UAport

    Italy coach Antonio Conte and Atalanta's Stefano Colantuono are among 130 people who face formal investigation after prosecutors concluded a four- year probe into match-fixing, the Italian news agency Ansa said on Monday.

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  18. Italy manager Antonio Conte among 130 people being probed in latest match-fixing investigationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | Mirror.co.uk

    Conte has already served a four month ban in relation to the incident, which took place in 2011 when he was manager of Siena in Serie B Antonio Conte, the manager of the Italian national team, is among those being investigated ahead of fresh match-fixing allegations. Conte is one of 130 people named in the report, which also includes Stefano Colantuono, the manager of Serie A side Atalanta.

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  19. Conte says will reach contract endRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | ANSA.it

    Rome, February 9 - Italy coach Antonio Conte said Monday he would get to the end of his contract after Euro 2016, "whether some people like it or not. "I hope that from today on this chatter about me reaching the end will be over," he said after talks with Italian Soccer Federation President Carlo Tavecchio.

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  20. Tavecchio calls Conte a warriorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | ANSA.it

    Rome, February 9 - Italian Soccer Federation President Carlo Tavecchio on Monday said he will want to renew, not annul, a contract with Italy coach Antonio Conte after Euro 2016. "I want to renew the contract with Antonio Conte, not annul it - this is our objective when it will expire", Tavecchio said after talks with Conte.

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