Friday, September 4, 2015
Italy coach Antonio Conte warned his players not to take its opponent lightly ahead of its Euro 2016 qualifier against Bulgaria.
The Italy international was reportedly an Arsenal target, but the player's agent indicated that the Hammers also made an approach during the transfer window.
The young stopper’s representative is certain the Serie A champion has confidence in his client after turning down an approach from Napoli.
The duo started together for Italy in Thursday's 1-0 win against Malta and the Paris Saint-Germain midfielder believes that they will develop a sound understanding over time.
Thursday, September 3, 2015
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Italy was unspectacular in the 1-0 Euro 2016 qualifying defeat of Malta, but Antonio Conte is just relieved it won.
Antonio Conte's side was able to leave Stadio Artemio Franchi with a narrow victory after an impressive defensive display from its opponent.
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Wednesday, September 2, 2015
It will be up to Mario Balotelli as to whether the striker adds to his 33 Italy caps, according to coach Antonio Conte.
The Azzurri boss insists there is no room for failure in its upcoming Euro 2016 games and admits he is not sure if Andrea Pirlo and Marco Verratti can play together.
The former AC Milan star insists the striker has to show that he can fulfill his potential after his move to San Siro this summer.
The Bianconeri claim they were left with no option to pull out of the proposed transfer, while at the same time confirming that they tried to sign Marek Hamsik.
The Juventus director general has cited the money being spent by Premier League clubs to back his claim that the Frenchman's value is only going to rise.
New signing Hernanes believes Juventus can rally from a disappointing start to the campaign, following back-to-back defeats.
The striker's professionalism has been questioned throughout his career, but he appears to be turning over a new leaf at AC Milan.
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Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Premier League clubs spent a record 870 million pounds during the recent transfer window, with spending in 2015 reaching £1 billion overall.
Italy must put club matters quickly behind it and concentrate on qualifying for UEFA Euro 2016, says head coach Antonio Conte.