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Well, I'm not gunna bother bumping the old fred, so may as well make a new one

Serie A 2021-22

We see 3 teams in Benevento, Parma and Crotone depart the top flight and they are replaced by yoyo side Empoli and 2 others who have been out of the top flight for around 20 years each in Salernitana and the ragazzi from my Nonnas old stomping ground, Venezia.

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So the news I was going to say, as per from Tancredi/Di Marzio etc, Gattuso and Fiorentina will part ways after only 20 days in charge due to La Violas board not accepting Gattusos (Jorge Mendes) transfer policies.

Interesting scenario here if other clubs will give Mendes the middle finger too.
 

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Most open season for 12 years. Hopefully Atalanta, Napoli or Lazio win it.
Agree, but doubt it

Can only hope Atalanta finally learn how to win as they have the most stable squad, even with their stars like Gomez leaving and Ilicic rumoured to leave also, I'll back in their scouts to find solid replacements.
 

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Agree, but doubt it

Can only hope Atalanta finally learn how to win as they have the most stable squad, even with their stars like Gomez leaving and Ilicic rumoured to leave also, I'll back in their scouts to find solid replacements.
More solid than before. Yeah interesting how they go, seem to be looking at younger central midfielders where they need depth (Shouten, Svanberg), and are slowly integrating Miranchuk and Kovalenko into the 10 as they did Malinovski.

Milan will be interesting with a young side and losing Calhanoglou and Donnarumma as free agents, yet to replace Hakan.

Inter, how will they go without Hakimi? Hakan for Eriksen is a pretty good deal in terms of replacements, as is Simone Inzaghi for Conte.

Bit of manager merry go round for the other top 7 clubs so should be very interesting.
 

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