Livorno News

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Livorno part company with coach Nicola

Ben Gladwell, Italy Correspondent | January, 13 2014

Livorno have parted company with their coach Davide Nicola in the wake of a 3-0 defeat at home to Parma -- their fourth loss in a row. The Tuscan club announced Nicola's departure on Monday with president Aldo Spinelli saying yet again that he too ...

Rossi set to visit knee specialist this week

Ben Gladwell, Italy Correspondent | January, 6 2014

Giuseppe Rossi will see a knee specialist later this week to confirm the extent of the injury he sustained in a challenge by Leandro Rinaudo during Fiorentina’s 1-0 win over Livorno. Initial reports said the Italy international forward h...

Serie A: Roma denied, Juve cruise Video

ESPN staff | November, 10 2013

Roma's mini-stumble continued as a goal four minutes into injury time by Domenico Berardi saw struggling Sassuolo claim a 1-1 draw with the Serie A leaders at the Stadio Olimpico, while champions Juventus cruised past Napoli wi...

Serie A: Juve, Napoli cut Roma's lead

ESPN staff | October, 30 2013

Juventus and Napoli moved within two points of Roma at the top of Serie A and kept the pressure on with important wins. Juventus scored two goals in each half to brush past Catania 4-0. The defending champions were never in danger from the m...

Juve 'to pay Chelsea Mutu compensation'

Ben Gladwell, Italy Correspondent | October, 18 2013

Juventus and Livorno have been ordered by FIFA to pay a combined 21 million euros in compensation to Chelsea on behalf of Adrian Mutu, according to Gazzetta dello Sport. • Rzouki: Formation change The money relates to the Blue...

Serie A: Juventus, Napoli win Video

ESPN staff | October, 6 2013

Juventus overcame the earliest of setbacks to beat 10-man AC Milan 3-2 and keep runaway Serie A leaders Roma in check. #INSERT type:image caption:Giorgio Chiellini is mobbed after scoring for Juventus against AC Milan. END# The capital cl...

Serie A: AC Milan record first league win Video

ESPN staff | September, 2 2013

AC Milan put a surprise opening loss to Hellas Verona behind them as they beat Cagliari 3-1 in their first Serie A home match of the season. Milan's 2-1 away defeat on the first weekend of the campaign was a jolt to Massimiliano Allegri's team...

Sunderland end Paulinho interest

Kristan Heneage | June, 26 2013

Sunderland have ended their interest in Livorno striker Paulinho, a source close to the club has told ESPN. The Brazilian forward helped the Italian club secure promotion to Serie A this season, scoring over twenty goals, and was heavily linke...

Agent: Sunderland want Livorno's Paulinho

Kristan Heneage | June, 13 2013

The agent of Livorno’s Brazilian striker Paulinho has revealed he expects Sunderland to make an offer for his client. Paulinho, 27, began his career with Juventude in his homeland before moving to Labronici, initially on loan, in 2005. C...

Morosini autopsy inconclusive

April, 16 2012

An autopsy on Italian footballer Piermario Morosini, who died after collapsing during a Serie B match at the weekend, has proved inconclusive.

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