2010–11 Serie A

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Serie A
Season 2010–11
Champions Milan
18th title
Relegated Sampdoria
Brescia
Bari
Champions League Milan
Internazionale
Napoli
Udinese
Europa League Lazio
Roma
Palermo
Matches played380
Goals scored955 (2.51 per match)
Top goalscorer Antonio Di Natale
(28 goals)
Biggest home win
Biggest away win Palermo 0–7 Udinese
(27 February 2011) [8]
Highest scoring Milan 4–4 Udinese
(9 January 2011)
Internazionale 5–3 Roma
(6 February 2011)
2011–12

The 2010–11 Serie A (known as the Serie A TIM for sponsorship reasons) was the 109th season of top-tier Italian football, the 79th in a round-robin tournament, and the 1st since its organization under a league committee separate from Serie B. It began on 28 August 2010 and ended on 22 May 2011. [9] Internazionale were the defending champions.

Contents

Milan won the 2010–11 Serie A and their 18th league title overall with a scoreless draw away to Roma on 7 May 2011. [10] This result ensured that with two rounds remaining Milan's nearest rival Internazionale could only draw level on points, and Milan holds the tiebreaker based on their better head-to-head record. [11] The result prompted celebrations at Milan's Piazza del Duomo. [12] The trophy was presented at Milan's next home game on 14 May. [13]

It was Milan's first Scudetto since 2004 and it ended a run of five successive Serie A titles by their rival Internazionale. It was the first league title for manager Massimiliano Allegri, winning in his first year with Milan and who was for many a surprise choice as manager. [14] Milan led the table for most of the season [10] and secured the title with two games remaining. Notably, they defeated defending champions Internazionale twice during the season and also did the same to third place challenger Napoli. [15] Milan were credited for strengthening their squad with Zlatan Ibrahimović and Robinho in the summer as well as picking up Antonio Cassano and Mark van Bommel in January. [15]

Rule changes

The rules for the registration of non-EU (or non-EFTA or Swiss) nationals transferred from abroad were revised in the summer of 2010 and announced on 2 July 2010. Clubs could only sign one (rather than two previously) non-EU player and that player could only be signed if a current member of the squad who was not an EU national had been sold or sold abroad. [16] [17] The late announcement of this rule change meant that some clubs had to cancel incoming transfers. Parma, for example, were to sign both Colombian Pablo Armero from Brazilian side Palmeiras, who subsequently signed for Udinese instead, and Brazilian agency player Zé Eduardo, but had to choose between them and eventually transferred the latter. Their outgoing transfer was Julio César de León, who moved to Chinese team Shandong Luneng Taishan.

Teams

The league featured 17 teams returning from the 2009–10 Serie A, plus three teams promoted from 2009–10 Serie B (two as direct promotions, one as playoff winners). On 30 May 2010, Lecce and Cesena won direct promotion to the Serie A by finishing first and second, respectively. Brescia became the third Serie B team promoted on 13 June 2010 by winning the promotion playoff final 2–1 on aggregate over Torino. It was a quick turn-around for Lecce, which spent only one year in Serie B after being relegated from the 2008–09 Serie A. Cesena last played in Serie A in 1990–91, while Brescia played five seasons in Serie B after being relegated from A in 2004–05.

ClubCityStadiumCapacity2009–10 season
Bari Bari San Nicola 58,27010th in Serie A
Bologna Bologna Renato Dall'Ara 39,44417th in Serie A
Brescia Brescia Mario Rigamonti 16,308Serie B Playoff Winners
Cagliari Cagliari Sant'Elia 23,48616th in Serie A
Catania Catania Angelo Massimino 23,42013th in Serie A
Cesena Cesena Dino Manuzzi 23,860Serie B Runners-up
Chievo Verona Marc'Antonio Bentegodi 39,21114th in Serie A
Fiorentina Florence Artemio Franchi 47,28211th in Serie A
Genoa Genoa Luigi Ferraris 36,6859th in Serie A
Internazionale Milan San Siro 80,0742nd in Serie A
Juventus Turin Olimpico di Torino 27,9947th in Serie A
Lazio Rome Olimpico 72,69812th in Serie A
Lecce Lecce Via del Mare 33,876Serie B Champions
Milan Milan San Siro 80,074Serie A Champions
Napoli Naples San Paolo 60,2406th in Serie A
Palermo Palermo Renzo Barbera 37,2425th in Serie A
Parma Parma Ennio Tardini 27,9068th in Serie A
Roma Rome Olimpico 72,6982nd in Serie A
Sampdoria Genoa Luigi Ferraris 36,6854th in Serie A
Udinese Udine Friuli 41,65215th in Serie A

Personnel and sponsorship

TeamHead CoachKit manufacturerShirt sponsor
Bari Flag of Italy.svg Giampiero Ventura
Flag of Italy.svg Bortolo Mutti
ErreaRadionorba
Bologna Flag of Italy.svg Pietro Magnani
Flag of Italy.svg Alberto Malesani
MacronCerasarda
Brescia Flag of Italy.svg Giuseppe Iachini
Flag of Italy.svg Mario Beretta
Mass UBI Banca
Cagliari Flag of Italy.svg Pierpaolo Bisoli
Flag of Italy.svg Roberto Donadoni
MacronDahlia TV
Catania Flag of Italy.svg Marco Giampaolo LegeaEnergia Siciliana
Cesena Flag of Italy.svg Massimo Ficcadenti Adidas Technogym
Chievo Flag of Italy.svg Domenico Di Carlo
Flag of Italy.svg Stefano Pioli
Givovamerkur-wn
Banca Popolare di Verona
Fiorentina Flag of Serbia.svg Siniša Mihajlović Lotto Save The Children
Genoa Flag of Italy.svg Davide Ballardini AsicsiZi Play
Internazionale Flag of Spain.svg Rafael Benítez
Flag of Brazil.svg Leonardo
Nike Pirelli
Juventus Flag of Italy.svg Luigi Del Neri Nike Betclic
Lazio Flag of Italy.svg Edoardo Reja Puma No Sponsor
Lecce Flag of Italy.svg Luigi De Canio Asics Veneto Banca
BetItaly
Milan Flag of Italy.svg Massimiliano Allegri Adidas Fly Emirates
Napoli Flag of Italy.svg Walter Mazzarri MacronLete
Parma Flag of Italy.svg Francesco Guidolin
Flag of Italy.svg Pasquale Marino
Erreà Navigare
Banca Monte Parma
Palermo Flag of Italy.svg Delio Rossi
Flag of Italy.svg Serse Cosmi
Lotto Betshop
Burger King
Roma Flag of Italy.svg Claudio Ranieri
Flag of Italy.svg Vincenzo Montella
Kappa WIND
Sampdoria Flag of Italy.svg Domenico Di Carlo
Flag of Italy.svg Alberto Cavasin
Kappa ERG Mobile
Udinese Flag of Italy.svg Francesco Guidolin Lotto Dacia

Managerial changes

Team
Outgoing head coach
Manner of departure
Date of vacancy
Incoming head coach
Date of appointment
Table
Milan Flag of Brazil.svg Leonardo Mutual consent16 May 2010 [18] Flag of Italy.svg Massimiliano Allegri 25 June 2010 [19] Pre-season
Juventus Flag of Italy.svg Alberto Zaccheroni End of contract16 May 2010 Flag of Italy.svg Luigi Delneri 19 May 2010 [20] Pre-season
Udinese Flag of Italy.svg Pasquale Marino Mutual consent16 May 2010 [21] Flag of Italy.svg Francesco Guidolin 24 May 2010 [22] Pre-season
Parma Flag of Italy.svg Francesco Guidolin Resigned16 May 2010 [23] Flag of Italy.svg Pasquale Marino 2 June 2010 [24] Pre-season
Cagliari Flag of Italy.svg Giorgio Melis End of caretaker spell16 May 2010 Flag of Italy.svg Pierpaolo Bisoli 23 June 2010 [25] Pre-season
Sampdoria Flag of Italy.svg Luigi Delneri End of contract17 May 2010 [26] Flag of Italy.svg Domenico Di Carlo 26 May 2010 [27] Pre-season
Catania Flag of Serbia.svg Siniša Mihajlović Resigned24 May 2010 [28] [29] Flag of Italy.svg Marco Giampaolo 30 May 2010 [30] Pre-season
Chievo Flag of Italy.svg Domenico Di Carlo Resigned26 May 2010 [31] Flag of Italy.svg Stefano Pioli 10 June 2010 [32] Pre-season
Internazionale Flag of Portugal.svg José Mourinho Signed by Real Madrid [33] 28 May 2010 [34] Flag of Spain.svg Rafael Benítez 10 June 2010 [35] Pre-season
Fiorentina Flag of Italy.svg Cesare Prandelli Signed by Italy 30 May 2010 [36] Flag of Serbia.svg Siniša Mihajlović 3 June 2010 [37] Pre-season
Cesena Flag of Italy.svg Pierpaolo Bisoli End of contract30 May 2010 Flag of Italy.svg Massimo Ficcadenti 12 June 2010 [38] Pre-season
Bologna Flag of Italy.svg Franco Colomba Sacked29 August 2010 [39] Flag of Italy.svg Paolo Magnani (caretaker)29 August 2010 [39] Pre-season
Bologna Flag of Italy.svg Paolo Magnani End of caretaker spell29 August 2010 Flag of Italy.svg Alberto Malesani 1 September 2010 [40] 9th
Genoa Flag of Italy.svg Gian Piero Gasperini Sacked8 November 2010 [41] Flag of Italy.svg Davide Ballardini 8 November 2010 [41] 14th
Cagliari Flag of Italy.svg Pierpaolo Bisoli Sacked15 November 2010 [42] Flag of Italy.svg Roberto Donadoni 16 November 2010 [43] 19th
Brescia Flag of Italy.svg Giuseppe Iachini Sacked6 December 2010 [44] Flag of Italy.svg Mario Beretta 6 December 2010 [45] 17th
Internazionale Flag of Spain.svg Rafael Benítez Sacked23 December 2010 [46] Flag of Brazil.svg Leonardo 24 December 2010 [47] 7th
Catania Flag of Italy.svg Marco Giampaolo Mutual consent18 January 2011 [48] Flag of Argentina.svg Diego Simeone 19 January 2011 [49] 15th
Brescia Flag of Italy.svg Mario Beretta Sacked30 January 2011 [50] Flag of Italy.svg Giuseppe Iachini 30 January 2011 [50] 19th
Bari Flag of Italy.svg Giampiero Ventura Mutual consent10 February 2011 [51] Flag of Italy.svg Bortolo Mutti 10 February 2011 [51] 20th
Roma Flag of Italy.svg Claudio Ranieri Resigned20 February 2011 [52] Flag of Italy.svg Vincenzo Montella (caretaker)21 February 2011 [53] 8th
Palermo Flag of Italy.svg Delio Rossi Sacked28 February 2011 [54] Flag of Italy.svg Serse Cosmi 28 February 2011 [55] 8th
Sampdoria Flag of Italy.svg Domenico Di Carlo Sacked7 March 2011 [56] Flag of Italy.svg Alberto Cavasin 7 March 2011 [56] 14th
Parma Flag of Italy.svg Pasquale Marino Sacked3 April 2011 [57] Flag of Italy.svg Franco Colomba 5 April 2011 [58] 16th
Palermo Flag of Italy.svg Serse Cosmi Sacked3 April 2011 [59] Flag of Italy.svg Delio Rossi 3 April 2011 [59] 8th

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Milan (C)38241046524+4182Qualification to Champions League group stage
2 Internazionale 3823786942+2776
3 Napoli 38217105939+2070
4 Udinese 38206126543+2266 [lower-alpha 1] Qualification to Champions League play-off round
5 Lazio 38206125539+1666 [lower-alpha 1] Qualification to Europa League play-off round [lower-alpha 2]
6 Roma 38189115952+763
7 Juventus 381513105747+1058
8 Palermo 38175165863556Qualification to Europa League third qualifying round [lower-alpha 2]
9 Fiorentina 381215114944+551 [lower-alpha 3]
10 Genoa 38149154547251 [lower-alpha 3]
11 Chievo 381113143840246 [lower-alpha 4]
12 Parma 381113143947846 [lower-alpha 4]
13 Catania 3812101640521246 [lower-alpha 4]
14 Cagliari 38129174451745
15 Cesena 3811101738501243
16 Bologna 3811121535521742 [lower-alpha 5]
17 Lecce 381181946662041
18 Sampdoria (R)388121833491636Relegation to Serie B
19 Brescia (R)387112034521832
20 Bari (R)38592427562924
Source: Lega Serie A
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head-to-head points; 3) head-to-head goal difference; 4) head-to-head goals scored; 5) goal difference; 6) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. 1 2 UDI 2–1 LAZ; LAZ 3–2 UDI
  2. 1 2 As Internazionale the Champions League-qualifier won the 2010–11 Coppa Italia. Lazio and Roma entered the 2011–12 UEFA Europa League play-off round as the 5th and 6th placed league team, while Palermo entered the third qualification round as the cup runner-up.
  3. 1 2 FIO 1–0 GEN; GEN 1–1 FIO
  4. 1 2 3 CHV: 6 pts; PAR: 5 pts; CTN: 4 pts
  5. Bologna were deducted a total 3 points: 1 point because of unpaid taxes, [60] plus 2 points because of unpaid wages. [61]

Positions by round

Team ╲ Round1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526272829303132333435363738
Milan 171085422321111111111111111111111111111
Internazionale 126211233234565565432332233222233322222
Napoli 8147116346553334432323223322333322233333
Udinese 172020202020181181012811911910888867755554445555444
Lazio 1910452111112222243244555444445554444555
Roma 419171918191314976657876555444566666666666666
Juventus 16159159755445443324676678877777777777777
Palermo 131618161486710897767577677866888810888888888
Fiorentina 717191815172015151113121315131415161313131413131012121191010111099999
Genoa 612141317101191114119121291089101111911121110111212121212121010101010
Chievo 4132358479811910101211131414151210111313131313131313131313131511
Parma 28121016181920171816141416151616111515141515151515161516141617151414151212
Catania 15913479912141310131011141512141616161617171617151614151414141615141113
Cagliari 10267111316191312151715131611141512912109999991111111091111111414
Cesena 1141610161217181919191918181918171717181818191919181717171818171516161615
Bologna 91816121315171619151815161412131312111291112101211101089910111212121316
Lecce 2013151719121510121614161719191819191818171716161716171818181715161818171717
Sampdoria 33119121478667108868910910101314141414141415161516181717181818
Brescia 181153461013161717181817171717181919191919181818191919191919191919191919
Bari 558148111418202020202020202020202020202020202020202020202020202020202020
Leader
2011–12 UEFA Champions League Group stage
2011–12 UEFA Champions League Play-off round
2011–12 UEFA Europa League Play-off round
2011-12 UEFA Europa League third qualifying round
Relegation to 2011–12 Serie B

Results

Home \ Away BAR BOL BRE CAG CTN CES CHV FIO GEN INT JUV LAZ LCE MIL NAP PAL PAR ROM SAM UDI
Bari 0–22–10–01–11–11–21–10–00–31–00–20–22–30–21–10–12–30–10–2
Bologna 0–41–02–21–00–22–11–11–10–00–03–12–00–30–21–00–00–11–12–1
Brescia 2–03–11–21–21–20–32–20–01–11–10–22–20–10–13–22–02–11–00–1
Cagliari 2–12–01–13–00–24–11–20–10–11–31–03–20–10–1 3–1 1–15–10–00–4
Catania 1–01–11–02–02–01–10–02–11–21–31–43–20–21–1 4–0 2–12–11–01–0
Cesena 1–00–21–01–01–11–02–20–01–22–21–01–02–01–41–21–10–10–10–3
Chievo 0–02–00–10–02–12–10–10–02–11–10–11–01–22–00–00–02–20–00–2
Fiorentina 2–11–13–21–03–01–01–01–01–20–01–21–11–21–11–22–02–20–05–2
Genoa 2–11–03–00–11–03–21–31–10–10–20–04–21–10–11–03–14–3 2–1 2–4
Internazionale 4–04–11–11–03–13–22–03–15–2 0–0 2–11–0 0–1 3–13–25–25–31–12–1
Juventus 2–10–22–14–22–23–12–21–13–2 1–0 2–14–00–12–21–31–41–13–31–2
Lazio 1–03–11–02–11–11–01–12–04–23–10–11–21–12–02–02–0 0–2 1–03–2
Lecce 0–10–12–13–31–01–13–21–01–31–12–02–41–12–12–41–11–22–32–0
Milan 1–11–03–04–11–12–03–11–01–0 3–0 1–20–04–03–03–14–00–13–04–4
Napoli 2–24–10–02–11–02–01–30–01–01–13–04–31–01–21–02–0 2–0 4–01–2
Palermo 2–14–11–0 0–0 3–1 2–21–32–41–01–22–10–12–21–02–13–13–13–00–7
Parma 1–20–02–01–22–02–20–01–11–12–01–01–10–10–11–33–10–01–02–1
Roma 1–02–21–13–04–20–01–03–22–11–00–2 2–0 2–00–0 0–2 2–32–23–12–0
Sampdoria 3–03–13–30–10–02–30–02–1 0–1 0–20–02–01–21–11–21–20–12–10–0
Udinese 1–01–10–01–12–01–02–02–10–13–10–42–14–00–03–12–10–21–22–0
Source: Lega Serie A
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Top goalscorers

As of 22 May 2011. [62]
RankPlayerClubGoals
1 Flag of Italy.svg Antonio Di Natale Udinese 28
2 Flag of Uruguay.svg Edinson Cavani Napoli 26
3 Flag of Cameroon.svg Samuel Eto'o Internazionale 21
4 Flag of Italy.svg Alessandro Matri Cagliari, Juventus 20
5 Flag of Italy.svg Marco Di Vaio Bologna 19
6 Flag of Italy.svg Giampaolo Pazzini Sampdoria, Internazionale 17
7 Flag of Italy.svg Francesco Totti Roma 15
8 Flag of Sweden.svg Zlatan Ibrahimović Milan 14
Flag of Brazil.svg Alexandre Pato Milan
Flag of Brazil.svg Robinho Milan
11 Flag of Italy.svg Antonio Floro Flores Udinese, Genoa 13

Hat-tricks

PlayerClubAgainstResultDate
Flag of Serbia.svg Miloš Krasić Juventus Cagliari 3–3 26 September 2010
Flag of Argentina.svg Javier Pastore Palermo Catania 3–1 14 November 2010
Flag of Italy.svg Antonio Di Natale Udinese Lecce 4–0 14 November 2010
Flag of Italy.svg Giampaolo Pazzini Sampdoria Lecce 3–2 21 November 2010
Flag of Italy.svg Antonio Di Natale Udinese Napoli 3–1 28 November 2010
Flag of Serbia.svg Dejan Stanković Internazionale Parma 5–2 28 November 2010
Flag of Brazil.svg Nenê Cagliari Catania 3–0 12 December 2010
Flag of Uruguay.svg Edinson Cavani Napoli Juventus 3–0 9 January 2011
Flag of Uruguay.svg Edinson Cavani Napoli Sampdoria 4–0 30 January 2011
Flag of Chile.svg Alexis Sánchez 4 Udinese Palermo 7–0 27 February 2011
Flag of Uruguay.svg Edinson Cavani Napoli Lazio 4–3 3 April 2011
Flag of Italy.svg Francesco Grandolfo Bari Bologna 4–0 22 May 2011

4Player scored four goals

Number of teams by region

Region Number of teamsTeams
1Fictional Emilia-Romagna Flag.svg  Emilia-Romagna 3 Bologna, Cesena and Parma
Flag of Lombardy.svg  Lombardy 3 Brescia, Internazionale and Milan
3Flag of Apulia.svg  Apulia 2 Bari and Lecce
Flag of Lazio.svg  Lazio 2 Lazio and Roma
Flag of Liguria.svg  Liguria 2 Genoa and Sampdoria
Flag of Sicily (revised).svg  Sicily 2 Catania and Palermo
7Flag of Campania.svg  Campania 1 Napoli
Flag of Friuli-Venezia Giulia.svg  Friuli-Venezia Giulia 1 Udinese
Flag of Piedmont.svg  Piedmont 1 Juventus
Flag of Sardinia.svg  Sardinia 1 Cagliari
Flag of Tuscany.svg  Tuscany 1 Fiorentina
Flag of Veneto.svg  Veneto 1 Chievo

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