2014-15 SERIE A PREVIEW

Serie A 2014-15 season preview

Football Italia profiles every Serie A side heading into the 2014-15 campaign, at a time of the year when every President, Coach, player and fan should hold hope of what's to come...

ATALANTA

Atalanta have continued their modus operandi through the 2014 summer and look in good shape for 2014-15 consolidation, says Luca Persico. Read more

 

CAGLIARI

A new owner in Tommaso Giulini and an attack-minded Coach in Zdenek Zeman have Cagliari focused on moving forward, says Mark Siglioccolo. Read more

 

CESENA

Has a return to the big time come too soon for Pierpaolo Bisoli and his Cesena? Rossella Marrai considers the challenges they face this year. Read more

 

CHIEVO

After work in the transfer market, the Flying Donkeys could be in line for an easier season than last year, suggests Tony Ciriello. Read more

 

EMPOLI

A striker partnership with a combined age of 69 is the reason Empoli have hope of Serie A survival, argues Richard Thomas. Read more

 

FIORENTINA

Vincenzo Montella’s men are ready once more to try and break into the top three. Jeremy Lim considers what may be in their favour this year. Read more

 

GENOA

Gian Piero Gasperini is at the helm looking to improve upon last season's mediocre campaign. Sam Lewis wonders if a new-look attack is the answer. Read more

 

INTER

Another summer of change has occurred at Inter, but it has Varun Mathure hopeful of what may be in store for 2014-15. Read more

 

JUVENTUS

It's not been an easy summer for Juventus, admits Luca Persico, but expectation is still that the Scudetto is their's to be won or lost. Read more

 

LAZIO

A new Coach and a number of new players have arrived at Lazio this summer, as the club look to start again, reports Alasdair Mackenzie.  Read more

 

MILAN

Have Milan shown enough signs of progress this summer to bounce back from a disastrous last season? Susy Campanale isn't so sure. Read more

 

NAPOLI

Could a quiet summer on the transfer front be to Napoli's benefit or detriment? Dave Taylor considers the Vesuviani's Scudetto hopes. Read more

 

PALERMO

Back in the top flight at the first time of asking, Lorenzo Vicini profiles Palermo's intentions of staying in Serie A this time around. Read more

 

PARMA

Trying to get over Europa League heartbreak is a Parma side strong and ready to bounce back in 2014-15, suggests Richard Thomas. Read more

 

ROMA

Last season's positive work sees Roma expected to balance a return to the Champions League with a Scudetto push, reflects Andrea Tallarita. Read more

 

SAMPDORIA

A new man at the top has new ambition for Sampdoria. Mark Siglioccolo considers if Sinisa Mihajlovic's side are ready to match it on the pitch. Read more

 

SASSUOLO

A strong transfer campaign signals a Sassuolo side intent to build on last year's miracle escape from relegation, declares Livio Caferoglu. Read more

 

TORINO

A strong pre-season and transfer campaign has Alasdair Mackenzie optimistic for Torino's chances of building on last year's success. Read more

 

UDINESE

A new dawn beckons at Udinese, as Andrea Stramaccioni takes over from Francesco Guidolin looking to guide a young side back up the table. Read more

 

VERONA

Some big names have left the club this summer, but Rossella Marrai is tipping Verona to prove themselves again as a top-flight side in 2014-15. Read more