Serie A Previews: Who Else But Juventus For The Scudetto?

Previewing all 20 Serie A squads in advance of calcio's return on Saturday, August 25

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Serie A Previews: Who Else But Juventus For The Scudetto?

Juventus have made only minor adjustments to their scudetto-winning side, shoring up the squad in preparation to defend their title. When viewing the rest of Serie A, a second straight win seems almost inevitable.

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Serie A Previews: Out With The Old At Milan, But Who Are The New?

AC Milan have shown much of their old guard the door, while Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva found their way to Paris Saint-Germain. What has been done to reinforce the squad?

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Serie A Previews: Udinese Is A Herd Of Zebras, Indistinguishable From One Another

Udinese keep selling players. They're still a top-half team. Make it rain, Mr. Pozzo.

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Serie A Previews: Lazio Not Likely To Fly High This Season

Lazio may be dreaming of a top-three finish, but a lack of new signings combined with the uncertainty of a new coach will make it difficult for them to finish higher than last season.

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Serie A Previews: Napoli Turn A Blind Eye To Their Defensive Woes

The partenopei may have been everyone's favourite hipster team last season, but unless Walter Mazzarri takes a more flexible approach, it's unlikely Napoli will reach the Champions League next time around.

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Serie A Previews: Inter Milan Building, But Not Quite There Yet

Inter Milan have made some changes over the summer, but are they enough to challenge for the scudetto? Or even a Champions League position?

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Serie A Previews: With Zeman In Charge, Roma Will Go Far

Roma are guaranteed to be exciting under Zdenek Zeman, and have a wide variety of youth and attacking options, but will otherwise be unpredictable.

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Serie A Previews: Gio Has Departed, But Parma Has Added Reinforcements

Parma sold Sebastian Giovinco, but added new reinforcements. A total of 12 of their first team players are either new arrivals or players they previously had on loan who have signed permanent deals.

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Serie A Previews: Things Change, Things Stay The Same At Chievo Verona

After another solid mid-table finish for the Flying Donkeys, Chievo will have to overcome the loss of a couple key players and get some more magic from manager Mimmo Di Carlo if they want to keep up their over-achieving ways.

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Serie A Previews: The Sparkle Of Catania Likely To Dim

Last year, under Vincezo Montella, Catania excelled in attack and managed a run at European play. But with Montella gone to Fiorentina, will the rossazzurri dare to be so bold?

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Serie A Previews: Consistency Key To Atalanta Strategy

Atalanta surprised many last season when the Serie A newcomers overcame a 6-point deduction and finished in 12th. Having kept the core of their squad, it's likely that the team from Bergamo will do even better this time around.

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Serie A Previews: Fiorentina On The Rise?

The Viola struggled through much of last season, with only a bit of luck allowing them to end in 13th. But with new signings and Vincenzo Montella at the helm, could we see Fiorentina rise again?

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Serie A Previews: Siena Have A Bit Of A Goal Problem

Siena lost both their first-choice goalkeeper and their top goal-scorer over the summer. They also start the season with -6 points. This could put them in a bit of a conundrum for the upcoming Serie A season.

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Serie A Previews: Genoa Putting All Their Hopes On Ciro Immobile

Genoa have an indifferent owner, and it shows in the way they've conducted their summer dealings. It's unlikely that Ciro Immobile will be enough to save this squad from relegation.

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Serie A Previews: Pescara Are Fishing For A Way To Stay Up

Pescara lost their coach as well as their top three players over the summer. Yes, they were great in Serie B last season, but it's likely they'll flounder in Italy's top division.

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Serie A Previews: Grande Torino Returns

An already strong side propelled Torino FC to 2nd in Serie B last season, but a few smart signings this summer means they'll likely stay up in Serie A.

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