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After radical changes in their marketing strategy, now Juventus are rebranding on the pitch too, writes Kaustubh Pandey.
The Azzurri have a generation of talented young players, but Jay Cassano observes Roberto Mancini using them judiciously in the service of immediate results.
Marco Giampaolo may not be a household name, but Anthony Barbagallo believes the tactician’s compelling brand of Calcio could help rebuild Milan. 
Verona defied the odds to turn around their Serie B playoff Final and return to the top flight. Football Italia's Chief Correspondent Richard Hall looks at the size of their survival task...
Considering what Juventus are seeking from a new Coach, Elio Salerno maintains Mauricio Pochettino is the ideal candidate.
Following an underwhelming campaign and numerous changes on and off the field, Roma will be looking to start from scratch next season, writes Steven Moore.
Despite reaching the Champions League again, Luciano Spalletti took Inter as far as he could, so replacing him with Antonio Conte was a no-brainer for Vilizar Yakimov.
Rather than downsizing of ambitions, fans should see the Ivan Gazidis revamp as dragging Milan into becoming a modern football club, writes Richard Hall.
While Atalanta grabbed all the headlines and plaudits, Elio Salerno argues Leonardo Semplici’s SPAL deserve more credit for an incredible story.
Never mind the Scudetto race, Anthony Barbagallo gets the popcorn in for an exhilarating final Serie A round in battles for Europe and safety.