PODCAST – Far From Vesuvius Season 1 Episode 3 – Champions League Fallout

Raffa, Ken, Kirsten, and Marco all weigh in on the last two weeks of Napoli action, including: Atalanta – Napoli Napoli – Frosinone Liverpool – Napoli Europa League Expecations and potential opponents Thank you for listening, and please like, share, and subscribe!   https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/gsqg8a/ffvs1e3final.mp3   https://farfromvesuvius.podbean.com/e/season-1-episode-3-champions-league-fallout/   You can follow us on Twitter at: @FarFromVesuvius

Napoli Player Focus – Lorenzo Insigne – 2018

Lorenzo Insigne is currently in the midst of what could be his best season in a Napoli kit. The Partenopei’s hometown hero currently has 10 goals in 15 games across all competitions and it doesn’t look like he’ll be letting up anytime soon. Carlo Ancelotti has managed to constantly get the best out of Insigne…

Are Cracks Beginning to Form in Napoli’s Midfield Wall?

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Jose Callejon – Napoli Player Focus – 2018

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Just Who Are Napoli’s Starting XI?

    Napoli completed their sixth game of the season home at the San Paulo against Parma where they won in convincing style 3-0. Lorenzo Insigne wasted no time netting his fifth goal of the season in the 3′ while Arkadiusz Milik added two more in the second half, bringing his season total to three….

Napoli Star Lorenzo Insigne: A Man Under A Microscope

  The Italian national team recently started a new campaign after having earned a spot outside of this year’s World Cup. An astonishing disappointment that has not occurred in 60 years. Newly appointed head coach, Roberto Mancini, ushers in a new era of Italian football promising to be younger and more dynamic in an effort…