This was the worst case scenario: a boring game that the Viola lose.
We could’ve all predicted it, but Italiano’s rotated his XI heavily again.
The Viola start out a brutal 4-game stretch with a trip to the capital.
Guess who’s back, Dušan’s back, and Super Saponara shines in the Florence sun.
The Viola dominate the listless Sardinians and suddenly look like a contender again.
The editorial staff has some thoughts about who should replace a certain Serbian striker.
If the staleness persists, Italiano could try tilting the triangle to get more from his engine room.
Not adding another winger over the summer is stunting the Viola’s attack
Spoiler alert: there are very few high grades here.
Getting the most out of the mercurial 10 should be one of the boss’ main priorities.
Diving deep (maybe too deep) into some relatively obscure numbers.
Your favorite podcast idiots return to break down a typically wild week for Fiorentina.
The Viola have a few options for how to deal with their wantaway striker, but none of them are ideal.
There’s no shame in losing to the league’s best team, but the how and why of that loss bear a slightly closer look.
After the shameful scenes at last night’s game with Napoli, silence is no longer an option