Italian Paper Talk: ‘Unrecognisable Italy’ Put World Cup At Risk

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Tired and sluggish performance punished by Costa Rica.

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Italy as the Azzurri deservedly beaten by Costa Rica and now need at least a point against Uruguay to advance.

Image courtesy of La Gazzetta dello Sport.

– ‘Boiled and eaten up’.

– Shock Azzurri defeat, as tired and sluggish Italy beaten by Costa Rica.

– To go through they must at least draw with Uruguay on Tuesday. It’ll be tough..

– Prandelli: ‘Now we need energy and organisation’.

– Balo gets it wrong, but the Coach absolves him.

– Pistolero Suarez, the new nightmare knocks out the English.

– France goal crazy, Switzerland crushed 5-2.

– Today it’s the turn of Germany and Argentina with Messi under pressure.

– Ranieri is the new Coach of Greece, but Zac in the balance in Japan.


Image courtesy of Corriere dello Sport.

– Let’s believe!

– Shock defeat to Costa Rica, World Cup is at risk.

– Unrecognisable Italy, now a draw needed against Uruguay on Tuesday.

– Prandelli: ‘Have faith’.

– Thiago Motta denounces conspiracy.

– France flatten Switzerland and Ecuador get three points.

– It is the day of Argentina and Germany.

– Juve, goodbye to Berardi.

– Napoli let Armero go.

– Sassuolo also sign Zaza.

– Parma buy out Biabiany to send him straight to Inter.


Image courtesy of Tuttosport.

– Pitiful!

– Italy astounded us, but in a bad way. Azzurri unwatchable, also due to the insane choices of Prandelli, as Costa Rica win 1-0.

– Now we need at least a draw with Uruguay in Tuesday’s showdown.

– France demolish Switzerland 5-2, Ecuador fight back.

– Juve: Zaza brings €7.5m.

– Berardi remains another year at Sassuolo.

– Giovinco in renewal talks.

– Toro: For Ferreyra duel with Genoa.

– Sanchez Mino on his way.

– Mbia to Inter, early arrival.

– Milan: Kaka, make up your mind.

– Belfodil and Biabiany owned outright by Parma.

– Atalanta have Cigarini.

– Armero and Nico Lopez go to Udinese.

– Gabriel Silva to Roma?

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