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Napoli defeat AC Milan 4-0 at San Siro

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Conor's ill and will have a full recap whenever he's well. Milan lineup: Lopez, Antonelli, Ely, Zapata, De Sciglio, Montolivo, Bertolacci (Cerci 57'), Kucka (Poli 84'), Bonaventura, Bacca, Adriano. Napoli lineup: Reina, Ghoulam, Koulibaly, Albiol, Hysaj, Jorginho, Allan, Hamsik (Lopez 74'), Insigne (Mertens 73'), Higuain (Gabbiadini 81'), Callejon. Goals (click to watch): Allan (13'), Insigne (48', 67'), Ely (OG 77'). (Photo credit: Marco Luzzani/Getty Images)

New Italian national team shirt leaks

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The new Italian national team away shirt set to be used at Euro 2016 has leaked a little bit early. The shirt was meant to be debuted in August with its first use coming in September, but now it's out for the whole world to see.

And now that we've seen it, it's... something. The white-with-blue-trim motif is pretty standard for Italy's away kit, but the big blocks of blue on the shoulders and sleeves are a little jarring, as is the big stripe of tricolore down the center of the shirt. The collar is fine for me, though some people are morally against collars for some reason. Normally I like subtle pin-striping, but that super-light gray is almost too subtle.

What do you think of Italy's new away strip? Even if you hate it, hopefully we'll see plenty of Napoli players wearing it at the Euros next summer.

Source: Forza Italian Football

Meet the official 2015/16 Serie A match ball

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Nike has unveiled their new match balls for this coming season, and Serie A's is very pink. Palermo fans will be happy, I suppose.

What is Gazetta thinking?

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Granted, Rafa Benítez is a bit crazy at times, but this can't really be the lineup Napoli will put out against Cagliari, right?

Max Allegri is new Napoli manager

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For those that were hoping this weekend would be an end to the reign of Rafa Benítez, good news! Looks like it was, in fact, Max Allegri on the bench during Napoli's 2-0 win over Roma. Welcome, new overlord!

According to ESPN Soccernet, Napoli are screwed

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According to ESPN Soccernet, Napoli are screwed