Thursday August 21 2014
2014-15: Chievo, Juventus, Parma, Udinese

Football Italia's season preview goes Bianconeri and Gialloblu, as we look at Juventus, Udinese, Parma and Chievo heading into 2014-15.

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

On Monday we analysed Atalanta, Fiorentina, Milan and Sampdoria and on Tuesday we previewed Cagliari, Genoa, Napoli and Sassuolo's respective campaigns.

Following yesterday's look at Europa League hopefuls Inter and Torino and newly-promoted duo Palermo and Cesena, today we analyse defending champions Juventus, as well as Parma, Chievo and Udinese.


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



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



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



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


Keep up to date with the latest news and action from Spain's Primera Division with Football Espana - from the team behind Football Italia.

See the latest Serie A predictions and betting tips with

Have your say...
@ Goisis88, i would go for that
on the 21st August, 2014 at 3:34pm
My calcio hopes for 2014-15 are to see Buffon lift the champions league trophy and Francesco Totti to lift the Serie A trophy.
on the 21st August, 2014 at 1:49pm

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