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Europa League news from Tuesday, November 21, 2017

- Carlo Tavecchio has resigned and there was an action-packed round of Serie A action for Conor Clancy, Vito Doria and Nicholas Carroll to discuss.As always, this podcast was recorded live over on FIFTV.Napoli beat AC Milan, Roma rule in the Eternal City after beating Lazio, while Sampdoria turned it on to smash Juventus at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris.The guys then discuss the bottom half of Serie A,

Europa League news from Monday, November 20, 2017

- Bye Bye Tottenham! Arsenal Silence The Talks Of Power-shift In StyleIn the last few seasons pundits have mentioned a North London power shift in favour of Pochettino’s Tottenham, but Arsenal have had their say in that supposed “power shift” thumping Spurs 2-0 at home.It was an excellent game by Arsenal’s standards, but it did not necessarily start off that way with a cagey very open start from bot

Europa League news from Sunday, November 19, 2017

Europa League news from Friday, November 17, 2017

- For the latest episode of the Italian Football Daily Podcast, Patrick Stoll, Luca LaPorta and Matt Santangelo discuss the firing of Gian Piero Ventura, and preview the weekend's Serie A matches; including Roma-Lazio, Milan-Napoli, Inter-Atalanta, and Juventus-Sampdoria. Subscribe to the Italian Football Daily Podcast on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/italian-football-daily-podcast/id1

Europa League news from Thursday, November 16, 2017

- But don't get excited. Croatia has many talented footballers. In fact, they have some of the very best in the world. Names like Modric, Kovacic, Mandzukic, and Rakitic come to mind. Everton even has their own Croatian sensation in Nikola "Pickles" Vlasic. But now they have been linked with another Croatian player and this one is a very bad idea. Domagoj Vida (first of all, never buy a Croatian pl

Europa League news from Wednesday, November 15, 2017

- Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell says change is coming to the Europa League and it could improve the level of competition in Scotland.Lawwell has seen Celtic qualify for the group stage of the Champions League for two seasons running and has a say in the shape of European competition through his place on the executive board of the European Club Association.Some changes are being made to the el

Europa League news from Sunday, November 12, 2017

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