Gianluigi Buffon beats SIX teammates in rock, paper, scissors (0:44)
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'Superman' Buffon back at Parma after 20 years

Gianluigi Buffon has returned to Parma on a free transfer 20 years after leaving the club to join Juventus, it was announced on Thursday.

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PSG look to Salah as Mbappe Plan B

In this week's ESPN Insider Notebook, Paris Saint-Germain eye Salah to replace Mbappe, while Manchester United look to agree a fee for Sancho.

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Team plays with 12 after sub forgets to leave

Serie B side Cosenza accidentally ended up with 12 men on the pitch and were then quickly reduced to 10 in the defeat to Salernitana on Sunday.

Simy Nwankwo reveals his secret to being Serie B's top scorer (1:54)
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Serie B newboys to target Ibrahimovic, Kaka

Silvio Berlusconi has said current club Monza would be interested in signing Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Kaka after being awarded promotion to Serie B.

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Inzaghi brothers turn Lazio and Benevento into winners

Simone (Lazio) and Pippo Inzaghi (Benevento) are unbeaten in the league since November. Could the brothers win both Serie A and Serie B this season?

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Hellas Verona promoted back to Serie A

Hellas Verona will be back in Serie A after beating nine-man Cittadella 3-0 in the second leg of their promotion playoff to win 3-2 on aggregate.

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Serie B to remain at 19 teams until Nov. 15

The Italian FA board met on Tuesday to discuss the situation in Italy's second tier, but a final decision has again been put back.

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Serie B could be extended from 19 to 22 teams

Following the bankruptcies of Avellino, Bari and Cesena, the Italian FA decided to block clubs bidding to be reinstated in the league.