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Carlo Ancelotti continued the process of pushing Napoli beyond the Maurizio Sarri era, but Matthew Santangelo saw a struggle with Fiorentina.
Everyone at Inter is up for debate at the moment and Richard Hall notes that includes goalkeeper Samir Handanovic.
In his third Serie A stint, Kevin-Prince Boateng is finding a new lease of life at Sassuolo both on and off the field, writes Emmet Gates.
Napoli do not need a revolution, but rather a gradual evolution, as Carlo Ancelotti cannot afford any further experiments, writes Vilizar Yakimov.
After defeat in Portugal, Adam Digby looks at how an incoherent midfield remains Italy’s biggest problem and one that Roberto Mancini must address.
Andre Silva has a point to prove with Portugal against Italy, as Richard Hall wonders where it went wrong for him at Milan.
After an uninspiring draw with Poland, Roberto Mancini must devise a new plan to respond against Portugal, writes Matthew Santangelo.
Federico Chiesa was born to play for Italy and is undeniably the spark Roberto Mancini needs to revitalise the Azzurri, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
Roberto Mancini is looking to revive Italy both on the pitch and at Coverciano, writes Richard Hall.
Lorenzo Insigne needs to replicate his Napoli form on the international scene if he is to keep his place in the Italy side, warns Nick Valerio.
With no fewer than 15 Polish players currently playing their trade in Serie A, Vilizar Yakimov tries to explain the new wave of Eastern European talent.
The Italian term 'mezzala' is quickly entering common football parlance, notes Andrea Tallarita, but do you really know what it means?
Carlo Ancelotti is Mr Champions League, but with the Group of Death and Napoli still finding their feet, Daryl Hammond fears it'll be an early exit.
Juventus continue to grind out results the way they always have and Anthony Barbagallo is happy to wait for Cristiano Ronaldo fireworks.
Gennaro Gattuso’s Milan showed signs of effective football, but Matthew Santangelo claims the Rossoneri must work to sustain it over a full 90 minutes.
Eusebio Di Francesco’s new and youthful Roma begins to take shape, writes Nick Valerio, but how long will the bright young things remain?
Both Milan and Inter continue to fritter away leads and show a worrying mental weakness to waste pre-season confidence, writes Emmet Gates.
Cristiano Ronaldo is yet to celebrate a goal for Juventus. Adam Digby takes a look at the prolonged wait for that elusive maiden strike.

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