Serie A Live
The 2009-2010 season of Serie A is going to be the seventy eighth season of the League and that many more glorious years of football counting. Like every previous season before this, there will be a total of twenty teams participating in the championship and the fans better roll up their sleeves for some hard-core Live Football. Three of the best teams from Serie B have replaced the bottom three of Serie A from the previous season of 2008-2009. Among the twenty teams that have been assured a place this season include Atlanta, Bologna, Genoa, Lazio, Milan, Roma and Napoli etc.
For those who have not yet spoken to a Serie A fanatic before the season, this is what all the hype is all about – Serie A is the premier championship between professional football teams, high up in the ladder of the Italian Football League. If this has still not got you pumped up, you might also care to know that this League plays three of the most famous football teams in the world; Juventus, Milan and Internazionale.
Friendly Matches Live: Chelsea v Manchester City
Sunday 26th May 2013
French Ligue 1 Live: AC Ajaccio v Nice, Bastia v Sochaux, Bordeaux v Evian Thonon Gaillar, Brest v Nancy, Lille v St Etienne, Lorient v Paris St Germain, Lyon v Rennes, Marseille v Reims, Toulouse v Montpellier, Valenciennes v Troyes.
Spanish Primera Division Live: Athletic Bilbao v Levante, Atletico Madrid v Real Mallorca, Espanyol v Barcelona, Getafe v Rayo Vallecano, Malaga v Deportivo La Coruna, Osasuna v Sevilla, Real Betis v Real Zaragoza, Real Sociedad v Real Madrid, Real Valladolid v Celta Vigo, Valencia v Granada.
Dutch Eredivisie Live: FC Utrecht v FC Twente.
Dutch Jupiler League Live: Roda JC Kerk v Sparta Rotterdam, FC Volendam v Go Ahead Eagles.
Scottish Cup Live: Hibernian v Celtic
The format of the game this season is going to be the same as before, but here it is one more time – The season will last from August 2009 to May 2010. During the course of this year the season is to be divided into two halves. In the first half, each team plays once against their opponent for a total therefore of nineteen games. In the second half, the same routine is followed between the teams, but only the home and away system is reversed this time. With every win, the team wins three points, with a loss they win none, however if there is a draw, one point is given to each team. At the end of the season, the championship title is given to the team which has the maximum points. However there may be a situation where your favorite team and its opponent maybe tied at the spot of the championship, the final decision of the champion is decided upon by the head-to-head scores of the two teams; the second option would be the goal difference.
As it appears up until now, predictions are on about Inter having strengthened positions now, with the decline of Italian footballs best teams. AC Milan has lost Kaka and they have also lost their manager Ancelotti. Juventas on the other hand still seems to be recovering and cannot be expected to put up much of a challenge. The excitement in the series lies exactly there, AC Milan fans might not want to miss a single match, and the feeling is mutual with all their opponent fans as well.
German Bundesliga Live: Kaiserslautern v Hoffenheim.
English League Championship Live: Crystal Palace v Watford
Tuesday 28th May 2013
International Matches Live: Turkey v Latvia
Wednesday 29th May 2013
International Matches Live: Canada v Costa Rica, Qatar v Azerbaijan, Ecuador v Germany, England v Republic Of Ireland
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Posted: 23rd October 2007
Serie A has typically been seen as a league that is boring to watch; this year, this should not be the case any longer. This season there are four teams quite capable of winning the title, with Inter Milan and neighbours AC Milan sure to compete, while Roma and newly promoted Juventus will be hungry for honours as well. Although AC Milan have started off poorly, there is plenty of time for them to rise up the table- and with the likes of Alex Pato and Gilardino in the team anything can happen. If you haven’t got a chance yet to watch the revival of the Serie A, you can watch all the goals and events of each game live at oleolefootball.watchlive.net, due to their live football streaming.
Last season Serie A was hit by a series of unfortunate events due to the match fixing scandal; Juventus were relegated while AC Milan were given a points deduction. These penalties lead to Inter Milan comfortably winning the title, holding off the distant threat of Roma by a long, long way. Although AC Milan only scraped into fourth place at the end of the season, they still did well in winning the Champions League, mainly due to the exploits of Brazilian superstar Kaka. Juventus won Serie B at a canter, despite their point deduction; they had too much class for those in the league below them. As for Roma, they built a team that can do well, and as they kept most of their players in the summer they will hope to make a serious challenge this time around. While Inter Milan won the title last year, they will look to compete with Europe’s elite for the Champions League this year.
This year, AC Milan has unexpectedly done poorly, currently only having ten points after their first seven games. The club seems like they have still failed to replace Andrei Shevchenko, with them often looking poor up front if Kaka does not shine. Pato, brought in with a massive transfer fee from Brazil during the summer cannot play till January due to work permit issues, and AC Milan will hope that they climb the table before then. Inter Milan have started off best of the bunch, gaining seventeen points after their first seven games and sitting three points ahead of both Roma and Juventus. Fiorentina have quietly snuck into fourth place and sit just a point behind the two above them. At the other end of the table, Livorno are in big trouble with just two points off their first seven games, while Reggina and Empoli are not fairing much better with four and five points respectively.
Italian football now promises plenty of twists and turns; with AC Milan’s poor start, it is clear that anything can happen. If you want to start watching Italian football, or are an ardent follower of the Serie A and have been watching it for ages, you can now continue to do so at oleolefootball.watchlive.net, as they have Serie A live football feeds showing each weekend’s top matches.
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