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AC Milan hire Fonseca to replace Pioli

13.6.24 Milan

Paulo Fonseca is the new manager of AC Milan after joining the Serie A club from French side Lille. The Portuguese manager replaces Stefano Pioli who left the Rossoneri after five years.

Omari Forson completes move to Monza

12.6.24 Monza: Transfers

Former Manchester United winger Omari Forson has completed his surprise move to Monza. United had hoped to secure a new long-term deal with the 19-year-old, but instead, the talented teenager has signed a four-year deal with the Italian team.

Lazio set to appoint Marco Baroni

7.6.24 Lazio

Lazio has swiftly identified Marco Baroni as their leading candidate to take over as head coach following Igor Tudor's resignation. A verbal agreement has been reached and Baroni will be in Rome later today to discuss the final terms before signing a contract. Lazio want to offer him a two-year deal with the option for a third.

Tudor resigns after only 3 months

6.6.24 Lazio

Igor Tudor led Lazio to a seventh-placed finish and qualification for the Europa League. However, after less than three months in the head coach role, the Croatian has resigned from his post. Tudor has reportedly failed to come to an agreement with the club's hierarchy about transfer targets this summer.

Napoli appoint Conte as head coach

5.6.24 Napoli

Antonio Conte has been appointed as Napoli's new head coach, the club have announced. The former Chelsea and Tottenham boss has signed a three-year contract, keeping him at the Serie A club until 2027.

Acerbi undergoes groin surgery

4.6.24 Inter: Injuries

Inter Milan have confirmed that defender Francesco Acerbi underwent surgery on his groin. The 36-year-old will miss the Euros with Italy this summer, with Juventus' Federico Gatti taking his place.

Roma sign Angelino on permanent deal

1.6.24 Roma: Transfers

Roma signed Angelino from Leipzig on a permanent deal Friday after a successful loan spell. The Spanish left back joined the Italian club on loan in January and soon became a regular in the team, playing 16 times in Serie A and four in the Europa League as Roma reached the semifinals.

AC Milan to hire Fonseca as their new head coach

29.5.24 Milan

AC Milan are set to appoint Lille manager Paulo Fonseca as their new head coach. The Portuguese manager is set to sign a two-year contract with the Rossoneri after deciding to leave the Stade Pierre Mauroy.

TeamPtsGDW-D-L
1Inter946729-7-2 (38)
2Milan752722-9-7 (38)
3Juventus712319-14-5 (38)
4Atalanta693021-6-11 (38)
5Bologna682218-14-6 (38)
6Roma631918-9-11 (38)
7Lazio611018-7-13 (38)
8Fiorentina601517-9-12 (38)
9Torino53013-14-11 (38)
10Napoli53713-14-11 (38)
11Genoa49012-13-13 (38)
12Monza45-1211-12-15 (38)
13Verona38-139-11-18 (38)
14Lecce38-228-14-16 (38)
15Udinese37-166-19-13 (38)
16Cagliari36-268-12-18 (38)
17Empoli36-259-9-20 (38)
18Frosinone35-258-11-19 (38)
19Sassuolo30-327-9-22 (38)
20Salernit.17-492-11-25 (38)

Last results

2.6Atalanta - Fiorentina2 : 3
26.5Atalanta - Torino3 : 0
26.5Empoli - Roma2 : 1
26.5Lazio - Sassuolo1 : 1
26.5Napoli - Lecce0 : 0
26.5Verona - Inter2 : 2
26.5Frosinone - Udinese0 : 1
25.5Juventus - Monza2 : 0
25.5Milan - Salernit.3 : 3
24.5Genoa - Bologna2 : 0
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Italian Serie A stats

Home wins42%
Draws29%
Away wins29%

League format : Italy : Serie A 2023/2024

Serie A is the highest football (Calcio) league in Italy. The new format was introduced in the 2004/05 season, when the number of teams was increased from 18 to 20. Each team plays each other twice, once at their home ground and once at their opponents, making a season-total of 38 games. The team ending with the most points gains the Italian Serie A title, Scudetto.

When two or more teams are tied in points, the deciding tie-breakers are as follows: head-to-head points, head-to-head goal difference, goal difference overall, goals scored.

According to the final standings, the first four teams enter the group phase of the UEFA Champions League. The bottom three teams in Serie A are relegated to the Italian Second Division, Serie B.