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Cesena, Inter, Palermo and Torino all begin 2014-15 with different objectives, but the same air of optimism, as Football Italia previews.
Cagliari, Genoa, Napoli and Sassuolo have so far experienced different summers. Football Italia assesses how it may impact on the 2014-15 season.
How do Atalanta, Fiorentina, Milan and Sampdoria look heading into the 2014-15 Serie A season? Football Italia profiles.
Some fans are critical of owner Aurelio De Laurentiis’ lack of spending, but Dave Taylor believes the Napoli patron knows what he’s doing.  
There will be plenty to appreciate and admire in this season’s Serie A, says Scott Fleming, just don’t look to the big boys to provide it.
Fresh from three consecutive Scudetti with Juventus, Antonio Conte is the right man for Italy, says Susy Campanale.
Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri has a decision to make in the coming weeks on his preferred formation for the team, writes Varun Mathure.
The seemingly imminent arrival of Vojislav Stankovic would be the latest in a long line of Eastern European imports for Lazio, explains Alasdair Mackenzie.
Diego Lopez’s arrival is a smart of business that could bring Milan a couple of steps closer to Champions League qualification, writes Sam Lewis. 
Andrea Tallarita considers the news from Roma’s two most important personalities as of right now –James Pallotta and Walter Sabatini.
Patrice Evra’s desire, experience and versatility make him arguably Juventus’s most important summer signing, as Luca Persico explains.
Fiorentina selling a star during the summer is nothing new, but Richard Thomas believes the Viola can cope with the potential loss of Juan Cuadrado.
Daniel Osvaldo follows the Rolling Stones, Marouane Fellaini mistake and Milan's transfer strategy summed up in Susy Campanale's quotes of the week.
Pre-season has revealed just how useful Nemanja Vidic can be and Adam Scime believes Inter success is dependent on him remaining fit.
With Inter signing Dani Osvaldo and closing in on Gary Medel, Varun Mathure takes a look at a new Nerazzurro group of bad boys.
Stefano Pioli’s new-look Lazio side are quietly building confidence thanks to some astute additions, writes Alasdair Mackenzie.
Roma may yet still have a part to play in this summer’s transfer market, warns Andrea Tallarita, but it won’t tame I Lupi’s appetite.
With the season fast approaching, Sam Lewis suggests Bryan Cristante may become a vital member of the Milan midfield a little sooner than expected.