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… okay, the next couple of weeks will be busier than expected. It’s the holiday season, so I’m going to stretch “Roma Week” out until Serie A’s winter break ends on January 8th. This’ll give me plenty of time to produce content and enjoy the season in equal measure.

I looked at Roma’s recent fortunes in this week’s edition of my Serie A Weekly column, so click here for my appraisal of the most interesting project in calcio today.

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“Win one, lose one, win one, lose one. That’s the Palermo way at the moment. The Aquile are consistently inconsistent: they’ve alternated between wins and losses in each of their last six games and haven’t strung two wins together all season. They’re hopeless on the road and have failed to score a single goal, but they’ve been unbeatable at home with six wins from six.”

It’s not often that my weekly ATP musings tie-in with my Serie A Weekly column, but they do this week. This week I have a look at Palermo’s performance, their current position and their prospects for the rest of the season. If you’re interested in my take on Devis Mangia’s Palermo, check it out here.

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This is the start of a new weekly feature aimed at summarising my week’s writing and a more digestible format than the round-ups of before. I hope that this well make navigating the past week’s content easier for you guys, and it’ll definitely make it easier for me to quantify everything I’ve accomplished.

Atalanta week was very productive. Doing that extra research certainly paid-off, and I feel like I’ve dug-up a lot of quality stuff. From now on I’ll be providing a full list of sources with each piece that required research to produce. It’s something that I should’ve been doing since day one, and it’ll provide a good source of further reading.

Anyway, here’s this week’s summary. See you tomorrow for a quick brief on the following week’s focus club.

  • The Boys from Bergamo: From 1907 to 2011, a look at all the major events that’ve shaped Atalanta into the club they are today.
  • Notes on a Scandal: This season’s Calcioscommesse match-fixing scandal and Atalanta’s involvement.

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A quiet day for ATP, but I wanted to publicise a piece I wrote earlier in the week for Serie A Weekly. I’ve been writing a Team of the Week column over there for the past few months, and this month’s was particularly enjoyable to put together because it focused on Cesena.

The Seahorses were the first time I used this blog to focus on, and they finally picked-up their first win of the season this weekend. Here, I take a look at their win, its implications and their chances of avoiding relegation.

Check it out here.

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Just a quick update to let you all know that I have a new article up on Serie A Weekly that just so happens to focus on this week’s featured team, Siena. In it I take a look back at an excellent week for the Robur that saw them take a point from Roma and three from Lecce. There’s a little bit on their squad, manager and long-term prospects, so click here to check out my take on Siena’s current situation.

Tomorrow I should have a little ditty on Siena’s history posted. Stay tuned.

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I didn’t take an in-depth look at last week’s AC Milan vs. Napoli tie for a reason. From now on I’ll be working on a weekly “Team of the Week” article for the good folks at Serie A Weekly. Each week I’ll be taking the team I feel had the best weekend and taking a look at their performance (while analysing their current situation and prospects). This week I chose Napoli for their impressive counter-attacking display against the Scudetto holders.

Take a look at the article here.

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