The Seria A Thread

I was too, not only with Atalanta but also with the way Bologna played out their final match of the season against Genoa. I’m no Juventus despiser but it would of been good to see Atalanta and Bologna sitting pretty above them.

The Milan-Roma friendly in Perth looked like boring as batshite on a wooden post in a paddock! They didn’t give a shite, and not that it mattered.

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It will be a huge Serie A 2024/25 season and an even bigger participation from clubs in Lombardia…
Inter
Milan
Atalanta
Como
Monza

Will be interesting to see how Como will go and who they look to recruit to the main squad. Amazingly, they have the richest owners in the economic world!

VICENZA- Carrarese 05/06/24 Serie C Play-Off Final first leg

Vicenza- CARRARESE 05/06/24 Serie C Play-Off Final first leg

EDIT: 0-0 first leg result, second leg to come in a few days for promotion!

NEWS: Bologna have chosen Vincenzo Italiano as their next manager into serie a 2024/25 and much awaited beginning of their Champions League adventure. Italiano comes from managing Fiorentina and Spezia in A!
Looks to be a great move for both parties, or the best possible scenario for both.He has signed for until 2026.

Antonio Conte has signed on for Napoli as manager for the up coming season. Apparently he’s got a 3 year contract and €6.5mil a season plus bonuses. :arrow_up: this is a other great managerial move, I personally will look forward to see how Napoli go.

Serie C: Carrarese win 1-0 (agg. 0-0) against Vicenza in second leg play-off final and get promoted to Serie B!!! :partying_face::clap:


After 76 years, calcio in serie b returns to Carrara!

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Serie A 2024/25
Inter
Milan
Juventus
Atalanta
Bologna
Roma
Lazio
Fiorentina
Torino
Napoli
Genoa
Monza
Verona
Lecce
Udinese
Cagliari
Empoli
Parma (promoted from Serie B)
Como (promoted from Serie B)
Venezia (promoted from Serie B)

Serie B 2024/25
Bari
Catanzaro
Brescia
Cremonese
Cittadella
Cosenza
Modena
Palermo
Pisa
Reggiana
Sampdoria
Spezia
Sudtirol
Frosinone (relegated from Serie A)
Sassuolo (relegated from Serie A)
Salernitana (relegated from Serie A)
Carrarese (promoted from Serie C)
Cesena (promoted from Serie C)
Juve Stabia (promoted from Serie C)
Mantova (promoted from Serie C)

Serie C 2024/25

This series is still yet to be created officially however it will consist of 60 squads in 3 leagues, north, north east/central, south!
However, some notable clubs will participate, unless there are issues. Alcione Milano, the third club Milanese that will compete in professional football, the others are ofcourse inter and ac milan. Lecco, historic promotion to serie b last season, the Lecco squad go directly down to serie c after only one season.
Ascoli Piceno were relegated to Serie C after a difficult season in B. The town at the foot of the mountain base will look for a direct promotion. Pineto, a small club 25min north of Pescara that really have a training ground as it’s home stadium follow up another season in serie c after being promoted from the fourth division two years ago.
Campobasso, a club promoted to serie c from Molise looked strong this season. Great stadium and support from the little town. Trapani were also promoted to serie c after playing in lower divisions for the last few years. A few notable clubs from Sicily playing in Serie C/C this coming season will make matches against Catania, Messina and Trapani a must see!

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Thiago Motta has officially signed on as Juventus manager. 3 year contract with €3.5 million a season.

Milan has a new manager aswell, Paolo Fonsace! Ex Roma and Lille manager signed on for 3 years and €3 million plus bonuses.

I get why it happens but successful managers/players in the Bundesliga or Seria A joining Bayern/Juve always seems so boring (evne if Juve have been poor)

One of these days I want some of the best players in the world to say “fuck it, I’m going to Lecce” or something

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Pep to Palermo

That was Serie A in the 90s, at it’s absolute peak. Rui Costa and Battistuta at Fiorentina, Cannavaro and Buffon at Parma, Gianluca Vialli at Sampdoria.

And David Platt at Bari!

It happened just that actually! French/Olympic Lyon player Samuel Umtiti was on loan at Barcellona for years and then did a year at Lecce during the 2022/23 Serie A season!