Maurizio Sarri's Napoli are close to achieving the ultimate aim for all football teams, writes Adam Summerton - uniting style with substance.
Azzurri Coach Giampiero Ventura must change his ways and be open to different players if he wants to truly succeed, writes George Rinaldi.
Vincenzo Montella felt satisfied after defeat and Maurizio Sarri angry following victory, as Susy Campanale rounds up Serie A Week 7.
Vincenzo Montella faces up to his past and Roma could well decide his future at Milan too, writes Matthew Santangelo.
Eusebio Di Francesco sees the Roma glass half-full and Richard Hall is inclined to agree with the new Stadio Olimpico Coach.
Olympique Lyonnais had never heard of Papu Gomez or Atalanta, but the complacent French giants were given a crash course, writes Billy Wilkinson.
Despite Gonzalo Higuain breaking his drought, Juventus remain in first gear in the Champions League with their win against Olympiakos, says George Rinaldi.
Lazio have shown they are capable of adapting rapidly to changing situations and it’ll be needed against Zulte Waregem, writes Federico Farcomeni.
Napoli pushed past Feyenoord, but did little to settle nerves ahead of crucial clash against Manchester City, writes Jack Stevens
As Juventus and Argentina prove Gonzalo Higuain is droppable, Daryl Hammond wonders how Pipita can shake off his current crisis.
The challengers to Juventus' dominance of Serie A are lining up. Is 2017-18 the year the Old Lady finally relinquish the title?
Football cannot exist without errors, judgment calls and disagreements, so Susy Campanale warns it's all about the great imponderable elements.
There is a lack of decent coverage for centre-backs at both Milan and Inter this season, writes Richard Hall.
Far from just a selling club, Torino have become a sporting and business model to follow, writes Greg Murray.
Napoli and Juventus continue to push each other, Inter fail to maintain their perfect start and Roma ease to victory, as Nick Valerio rounds up Week 5. 
Lazio v Napoli makes for a mouthwatering fixture, with top scorer contenders Ciro Immobile and Dries Mertens clashing, writes Matthew Santangelo. 
Fiorentina fans want nothing more than to beat bitter old rivals Juventus, explains Jack Stevens
The Serie A quality gap is growing fast and it’s not going to help anybody to stay on this path, writes Susy Campanale.