Mauro Camoranesi

Can It Get Worse For Juventus?

by Rami Soufi on April 4, 2010 · 0 comments

The Bian­coneri lost again and to be quite hon­est it was not a sur­prise because the Juve play­ers have com­pletely lost their com­po­sure since the 3–3 draw with Siena. The match against Siena was the turn­ing point as Juven­tus were some­what man­ag­ing to grind results­fol­low­ing Alberto Zaccheroni’s appoint­ment as coach for the remain­der of the sea­son. The Bian­coneri have lost […]


Juventus/Livorno Serie A Matchday 4

by Christian on September 24, 2009 · 0 comments

I am really curi­ous about the Livorno play­ers’ high jer­sey num­bers.  They started with only Nico Pulzetti sport­ing a sin­gle digit num­ber.  It reminded me of a spring train­ing base­ball team loaded with minor lea­guers try­ing to make the big squad.  The game fea­tured lots of end to end action in this game, and the […]


Oriundi And Foreign-Born Players For The Azzurri?

by Rami Soufi on September 15, 2009 · 0 comments

With Brazil­ian striker Amauri close to becom­ing an Ital­ian cit­i­zen, it looks like Bay­ern Munich’s Luca Toni will find it quite hard to rep­re­sent Italy in South Africa. Azzurri Boss Mar­cello Lippi has hinted on more than one occa­sion that Amauri will be very use­ful for the national team. The rag­ing debate is whether more for­eign born players […]