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Ventura's Highway To The 2018 World Cup Looking As If It Might Be Dead-End For Italy

The turn in Italy's fortune has been remarkable. Before losing 3-0 to Spain in World Cup qualifying in September Italy had gone 50 games without losing a World Cup or Euros qualifying match. Now Italy stands on the brink of elimination by Sweden - how did this happen?
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