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After a flurry of late transfer activity saw Inter sign four new players in the final two days of the summer window, Varun Mathure says that it is imperative for Nerazzurri Coach Roberto Mancini to deliver results.
Despite heavy investment this summer, Sam Lewis explains that nothing appears to have changed at Milan.
Juventus sought to bolster the midfield after a poor showing in Rome. Luca Cetta assesses the heart of the Bianconeri team.
Selecting Sebastian Giovinco and Andrea Pirlo, Antonio Conte made a significant statement about the relevance of Major League  Soccer, writes Marco D'Onofrio.
Roma’s decisiveness over the summer has translated into a priceless win over Juventus and handed them the early initiative, writes Jeremy Lim.
His name means ‘winner’ and Vincent van Genechten believes William Vainqueur can revive Roma.
Roma win the first skirmish in the title race and give Juventus much to ponder, writes Richard Hall.  
The worst ever Juventus start, incredible Chievo and Torino's best opening in 22 years are just some of the stats in Susy Campanale's round-up.
The Biancocelesti are paying the price for their inexperience when it matters most, says Alasdair Mackenzie. 
Inter’s chase for Ivan Perišić has seemingly gone on for the entire summer. Varun Mathure wonders if the Croatian is the right option for the Nerazzurri.
Lucas Digne moving from PSG to Roma means a lot more to the future of the Giallorossi than just a summer signing, says George Rinaldi.
Mario Balotelli’s return to Milan had a somewhat inevitable feeling to it, albeit sooner than most expected. Sam Lewis examines whether the striker is still worth the risk.
It wasn’t just the champions who slipped up on the opening week.  Roma, Napoli and Milan also fell at the first hurdle on a surprising opening day in Serie A, writes Richard Hall.
The 2015-16 season kicked off with shocks and all-time firsts, explains Susy Campanale, including Juventus' worst ever start and dream Paulo Sousa debut.
Lazio continue their hunt for a striker, but Alasdair Mackenzie believes Keita Balde Diao has the potential to fill that role.
All 20 clubs heading into the 2015-16 Serie A campaign are in Football Italia's season preview, but who do we predict will come out on top?
Milan have made several acquisitions this summer but the one that will have the greatest impact on their push for Champions League football will be their new coach, writes Sam Lewis.
A fifth consecutive Scudetto would see Juventus equal the record of some of calcio’s greatest ever teams. Luca Cetta explains why they can do it.