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Live Reporting

By Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

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    Atalanta 0-0 Torino

    Two early free-kicks for Atalanta just outside Joe Hart's penalty area but the England keeper has yet to be called into action. There's a very scrappy feel to this already.


    Atalanta 0-0 Torino

    A reminder of how the teams line up...

    Atalanta: Sportiello, Konko, Toloi, Masiello, Zukanovic, Kessie, Freuler, Kurtic, D'Alessandro, Pinilla, Gomez. 

    Torino: Hart, de Silvestri, Bovo, Castan, Molinaro, Benassi, Valdifiori, Baselli, Falque, Lopez, Martinez. 


    Atalanta 0-0 Torino

    We're under way in Bergamo which is about 25 miles from Milan. Atalanta start in the relegation zone after two defeats from two games. Torino are seventh with three points from a possible six.

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    Atalanta v Torino (14:00 BST)

    Joe Hart is the second Torino out of the tunnel and looks pretty snazzy in a maroon short-sleeved goalkeeping top and white shorts. Can he produce a stylish display on his debut?

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    He's at Torino for the rest of the season, but where next for Joe Hart?

    Does he have any chance of reviving his career at Manchester City? If not, where do you think he should go? Should he stay abroad or come back to the Premier League.

    Let us know your thoughts. Tweet #bbceurofooty

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  8. What's your name again?

    Atalanta v Torino (14:00 BST)

    You had one job...

    He's still England's number one keeper but the person responsible for the team sheets at Atalanta doesn't appear to have heard of 'Joe' Hart.

    Joe's full name: Charles Joseph John Hart.

  9. From Shrewsbury to Turin

    Atalanta v Torino (14:00 BST)

    Unwanted by Pep Guardiola, Joe Hart has travelled abroad in pursuit of first team football.

    Torino are not even Turin's most glamorous club - never mind Italy's. But Hart is desperate for action to keep his England place and the Shrewsbury-born stopper gets his wish as he is handed an immediate debut away to Atalanta. 

    Will he mark the start of his season-long loan with a clean sheet?

  10. Italian job for Hart

    He's won two Premier League titles, one FA Cup and two League Cups.


    He's loved by Manchester City fans but the new man in charge does not want him and Joe Hart has waved goodbye (for now).


    Will life in Turin with Torino bring a smile back to the face of England's number one goalkeeper?