Highlights: Verona 3_2

  Hellas Verona ended their winless streak by thrashing sorry SPAL with an early Samuel Di Carmine brace and Marco Davide Faraoni header.

  The Stadio Bentegodi side had lost momentum in recent weeks after securing mid-table safety, but wanted to bow out with a good result in their final home game of the season.

  Di Carmine immediately pounced on poor defending to score twice, then Faraoni added a third after the restart.

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Lecce suffer double blow | Football Italia

  Lecce’s hopes of staying in Serie A have taken a blow as Alessandro Deiola and Marco Calderoni could miss the rest of the season.

  A medical report on Lecce’s official website confirms Deiola [pictured] will undergo surgery after encountering ‘persistent pain’ in his left knee.

  As for Calderoni, the left-back has picked up a hamstring injury in his left thigh.

  Deiola arrived on loan from Cagliari in January and went straight into the Salentini’s first team, making eight starts.

  However, knee problems have limited the midfielder to just 34 minutes of football since the restart.

  Calderoni, meanwhile, has been Lecce’s starting left-back this season with three goals and two assists in 26 appearances.

  Fabio Liverani’s side are only one point adrift of safety with five rounds of fixtures remaining, but Genoa have a game in hand on them.

  The two sides lock horns on Sunday, in what promises to be a real six-pointer.

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Will Lazio go to the next level? | Football Italia_6

  Barring a catastrophe, Lazio should qualify for the Champions League come the end of the season. Booking their spot in Europe’s elite competition is an impressive achievement, but they will feel slightly disappointed that they weren’t able to push Juventus all the way in the end.

  Indeed, Simone Inzaghi’s side were in second place and within a point of Juventus prior to football’s postponement in March. They have endured a dire run of form since the resumption in late June – winning just two of their last seven – and have dropped to fourth, eight points adrift of the Old Lady at the top of the table.

  Lazio’s recent on-field woes can be attributed to two factors: a lack of quality in depth and the sharp decline in confidence that seemed to accompany Serie A top-scorer Ciro Immobile’s suspension for the Milan defeat. They haven’t been able to recover from that devastating blow.

  The blame cannot fall solely on the shoulders of Inzaghi, who is simply making the best out of what he has. Their injury crisis isn’t the root problem either, as clubs should have adequate back-up in the case of such events. It was always evident this season that squad rotation wasn’t an option, going back to the disastrous Europa League campaign, a tournament they were only too happy to crash out of.

  Lazio fans like to have a pop at their owner, Claudio Lotito, but he saved the Biancocelesti from financial ruin and subsequently transformed them into one of the most stable clubs in Italy. Having said that, the entrepreneur is notoriously frugal and the transfer policy that has originated from that – while mostly successful – has some flaws.

  Fundamentally, the policy is to find value where others don’t see it. So Lazio look towards undervalued players in lesser-reputation leagues, such as Adam Marusic or Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, or towards unwanted flops, such as Immobile and Luis Alberto. This strategy has evidently paid dividends, but can be risky, especially when it comes to signing players from inferior leagues.

  The risk is that, while a player might perform well in say, the Danish league, he might struggle to adapt to high-level football. Denis Vavro is a good example of this. Signed from FC Copenhagen last summer, he has made just seven league appearances so far, each one equally discouraging as the last.

  The worst part about Vavro’s acquisition is that he was to fill a position Lazio desperately needed, centre-back. Instead, he rots on the bench, even with the Biancocelesti’s packed schedule. Having paid €10.5m for him, you can’t help but feel that Lotito could’ve bought a more proven (i.e. reliable) option for just a bit more money. This is even more frustrating now Lazio are having big problems at the back.

  Vavro isn’t alone in this. Other recent signings like Valon Berisha (who has now been sold on) and Riza Durmizi, both of whom should have provided quality in depth, haven’t been up to par.

  Another factor is Lotito’s tendency to cash in on key players. While this hasn’t happened to the likes of Immobile, Milinkovic-Savic (in spite of the relentless transfer speculation), and Luis Alberto yet, Keita Balde Diao, Antonio Candreva and Hernanes have been moved on in the past. How are Lazio meant to grow or even sustain success if they sell their stars?

  Being in the Champions League will be enormously beneficial for the club. They will be provided with new avenues to further increase revenue, not just from UEFA, but also shirt sponsorships. Not only that, Lazio will be a more attractive destination for high-calibre players. Will they reinvest that in the squad or try to bolster their coffers instead?

  If they fail to take advantage of this, it is difficult to foresee them being a regular fixture in Italy’s top four. Lazio shouldn’t abolish their current transfer policy, as it has yielded more success than failure, but should raise the bar in terms of the players they try to sign. They should seek to sign proven – but not necessarily at their peak or beyond – players, add better quality in depth and fight tooth and nail to keep their star men.

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Serie A line

  Check the official line-ups from tonight’s Serie A games, Sassuolo-Juventus, Udinese-Lazio, Roma-Verona and Lecce-Fiorentina.

  Follow all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s Serie A matches on the LIVEBLOG.

  Lecce v Fiorentina

  Lecce: Gabriel; Rispoli, Lucioni, Paz, Donati; Majer, Petriccione, Barak; Mancosu, Farias; Babacar

  Fiorentina: Terracciano; Milenkovic, Pezzella, Caceres; Ghezzal, Duncan, Pulgar, Dalbert; Chiesa, Cutrone, Ribery

  Roma v Verona

  Roma: Pau Lopez; Mancini, Ibanez, Kolarov; Bruno Peres, Diawara, Veretout, Spinazzola; Pellegrini, Mkhitaryan; Dzeko

  Verona: Silvestri; Empereur, Gunter, Kumbulla; Faraoni, Amrabat, Veloso, Lazovic; Pessina, Zaccagni; Verre

  Sassuolo v Juventus

  Sassuolo: Consigli; Muldur, Chiriches, Peluso, Kyriakopoulos; Magnanelli, Locatelli; Berardi, Djuricic, Boga; Caputo

  Juventus: Szczesny; Danilo, De Ligt, Chiellini, Alex Sandro; Bentancur, Pjanic, Matuidi; Bernardeschi, Higuain, Ronaldo

  Udinese v Lazio

  Udinese: Musso; Becao, De Maio, Nuytinck; Stryger-Larsen, Fofana, Jajalo, De Paul, Sema; Okaka, Lasagna

  Lazio: Strakosha; Luiz Felipe, Acerbi, Radu; Lazzari, Milinkovic-Savic, Parolo, Luis Alberto, Jony; Caicedo, Immobile

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4 TIMES YOUR FEELINGS ON FOOTBALL WERE SUMMED UP ON TV

Remember the beginning of summer 2018? You couldn’t step outside of the house or into a bar without hearing “Football’s Coming Home”, seeing a St. Georges Flag painted on a car or seeing Harry Kane’s face plastered across the TV. The whole country blew up into football fever, much to the chagrin of others.

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If you were one of those people who really could not care less about the Premier League, World Cup, or anything that comes with it, this piece is for you. We’ve teamed up with Paddy Power Games Online and taken a look at times when TV has perfectly summed up how anti-football fans feel about the sport. Be sure to check them out!

Peep Show

Ever tried to play football around your athlete friends? Mark Corrigan sums it up perfectly in this cringe worthy clip from Peep Show, where in a desperate attempt to cozy up to Simon, Mark tries to join in a game of five aside, failing miserably and costing his side two goals within minutes.

IT Crowd

“Great, he’s kicked the ball”, couldn’t possibly be more appropriate for those of us who quite frankly couldn’t give a damn about what happens in a football match. In this episode, Moss and Roy get caught up pretending they’re real blokes, rather than the IT nerds they actually are, and end up having to carry the charade through a variety of ridiculous (and awkward) situations.

Family Guy

This hilarious Family Guy sketch courtesy of creator Seth Mcfarlane highlights the vast difference between American Football and European Football, as Stewie kicks the ball just once, earning himself a place in the Athletic Hall of Fame.

Mitchell & Webb Look

Proving Mitchell & Webb understand exactly how most of us feel about football, the brilliant piece parodies the ridiculously over-hyped nature of football commercials. From yelling about teams nobody cares about, to using hugely over the top hyperbole, this is how we’d imagine most people see commercials for upcoming events!

Do you agree? Did we miss out something hilarious? Let us know in the comments! And remember to share it with your pals.

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