Roberto Gotta on the upturn in fortunes of lowly Catania under new coach Vincenzo Montella.
Roberto Gotta looks at the future for Mario Balotelli, a man who divides opinions in Italy.
Roberto Gotta sees manoeuvrings that could undermine Italy coach Roberto Donadoni.
Roberto Gotta studies the form of the runners and riders as Serie A returns to action.
Serie A's frugal approach is forcing Italians to head for pastures new, says Roberto Gotta.
After a series of scandals shook Italy and Serie A, Italian soccer is still trying to restore its reputation, writes Roberto Gotta.
Roberto Gotta on Francesco Totti's tempestuous retirement from the international game.
One in, one out of the Champions League for Italy. Roberto Gotta picks the bones.
Roberto Gotta is not impressed by leniency to Juventus. But wants to get on with the football.
Italy's 4-1 win over Germany excited the optimists. But Roberto Gotta could never be called that.
Roberto Gotta cocks an Italian snook at those advertisers who may be using footballers to sell their products.
Roberto Gotta finds himself, not for the first time, asking what can be done to curb the endemic culture of violence at Italian football grounds.
Serie A's new digital TV deal could lead to grotesque alliances, falling attendances, disinterested viewers and a cash crisis, says Roberto Gotta.
Giovanni Trapattoni's men made it an easy passage to Portugal but not without the usual controversy, says Roberto Gotta.