2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
8-0-0, 1st in Italian Serie A
Pep: Man City had to be incredible against Napoli (1:31)
Tactics Board: Breaking down City's first 30 minutes (2:52)
How Man City broke down Napoli (3:48)
Photo by Paul Greenwood - CameraSport via Getty Images
12hJohn Brewin

Man City start fast, hold on late vs. Napoli

After flying out to a 2-0 lead, Man City were nearly punished for not putting Napoli away, but held on for dear life to a 2-1 win, writes John Brewin.

Man City 2-1 Napoli: Sterling, Jesus lift City (2:49)
Napoli determined to cause problems for City (0:27)
Franco Romano
1dMichael Yohkin

Italy's Jorginho snub could benefit Brazil

With Italy unwilling to put Jorginho, regarded as the best passer in Serie A, on their World Cup squad, the Napoli star is aiming to play for Brazil.

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2dBen Gladwell

Napoli's De Laurentiis wary of Pep praise

Guardiola's side host Napoli in the Champions League on Tuesday and the City boss praised the football being played by Maurizio Sarri's team.

Serie A weekend preview: Napoli to stay perfect? (4:00)
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14dMatthew Stanger

Jorginho is Napoli's own Pirlo

Scouting Spotlight looks at three players whose performances are making waves. Napoli's Andrea Pirlo and a young German star feature this week.

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15dShaka Hislop

Barcelona stay top over PSG; Madrid rise

The international break finds things "as you were" in Shaka Hislop's much-anticipated Top 10; Barca stay top, though their great rivals are climbing.

Shaka's Power Rankings: No change at the top (1:20)
22dAssociated Press

Napoli bounce back to beat Feyenoord

Napoli bounced back from a poor start to their Champions League campaign with a convincing 3-1 win over Feyenoord on Tuesday.

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23dBen Gladwell

Milik ruled out for four months with injury

Napoli forward Arkadiusz Milik faces another four months on the sidelines after tearing the cruciate ligament in his right knee.

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25dMatthew Stanger

Arsenal eye Mertens as Alexis replacement

Alexis Sanchez is expected to leave Arsenal in the summer, and the Gunners may have found his replacement in Napoli standout Dries Mertens.

26dGraham Ruthven, Football Whispers

Transfer Rater: Mertens to Man United

Dries Mertens to Manchester United and Alexis Sanchez to PSG are two of today's transfer rumours, courtesy of Football Whispers.

RankingsItalian Serie A

Goal Difference211st
Goals Scored261st
Goals Conceded5Tied-1st