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Italian Paper Talk: ‘Italy Shine’ As Antonio Conte Makes A Thrilling Start

Former Juventus coach makes a winning start to life as the national team boss…

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All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Italy as the Azzurri defeat Holland 2-0 in Antonio Conte’s first game in charge and the media are impressed.

 

Image courtesy of La Gazzetta dello Sport.

– ‘Happy and Conte-nted’.

– Ciro Immobile and Simone Zaza thrill on the Azzurri CT’s debut.

– And tonight it is Domenico Berardi’s turn. Euros at stake for the Under-21s.

– Riccardo Montolivo accelerates: Return in November?

– Jose Mourimho: “Fernando Torres will surprise”.

– Carlos Tevez, the extra push. The Argentina doors open for him again.

– Ten years of Napoli, a great blockbuster by Aurelio De Laurentiis.

– A thaw dinner with Erick Thohir, Massimo Moratti will return to San Siro.

– Italy shine.

– Applause for the Azzurri, what a party in Bari (2-0). Antonio Conte makes a great start, Holland beaten with so many opportunities.

– Immobile and a Daniele De Rossi penalty.

– Zaza does well, Norway on Tuesday.

– James Pallotta folds at the end, the stadium will remain in Rome.

Giallorossi without a sponsor, marketing revenue low.

– Pepito Rossi under the knife in Colorado.

– Erik Lamela: The Scudetto will be Francesco Totti’s this time.

– Alessio Cerci: Super Atletico, playing to win here.

 

Image courtesy of Tuttosport.

– An ItalConte to shout about.

Azzurri immediately devastating against Holland – 2-0.

– Goals of Immobile and De Rossi (penalty) in opening 10 minutes mean a triumphant start for the CT.

– European adventure begins on Tuesday in Norway. Under-21s play Serbia in Pescara today.

– Juve: Juan Mata idea. After the words of Massimiliano Allegri, the Bianconeri plan their moves to strengthen the side should they reach last 16 of Champions League.

– The perfect night. The new Conte.

– Ventura: “Yes, Amauri is ready”.

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