With Gaston Ramirez gone, Roberto Gotta says Alessandro Diamanti must fill the void at Bologna.
Roberto Gotta ponders the five-way fight for the final Champions League qualifying spot in Serie A.
Roberto Gotta on the upturn in fortunes of lowly Catania under new coach Vincenzo Montella.
Roberto Gotta says Claudio Ranieri is defying Serie A's trend of axing managers at the first sign of trouble.
Roberto Gotta considers the test that awaits Chelsea as they travel to Napoli's San Paolo.
AC Milan and Inter have suffered differing fortunes since their derby meeting, as Roberto Gotta observes.
Roberto Gotta looks at the title hopes of Serie A's third and fourth-placed sides, Udinese and Lazio.
Roberto Gotta looks at why Luis Enrique may be getting frustrated at Roma's failure to adapt to his philosophy.
Roberto Gotta on how Juve's Little Prince, Claudio Marchisio, is making waves for club and country.
Roberto Gotta assesses the forces behind Fiorentina's axing of Sinisa Mihajlovic.
Roberto Gotta on Juventus, who are struggling to impress despite sitting third in the Serie A table.
Roberto Gotta on the hopes for new boss Claudio Ranieri at Inter Milan this season.
Roberto Gotta analyses the first game of the new Serie A season, as AC Milan drew with Lazio.
It's no bed of roses in Serie A, but Roberto Gotta says Italy is eagerly anticipating the new season.
Roberto Gotta watched as AC Milan beat Inter Milan in Beijing to lift the Italian Supercoppa.
Fiorentina and captain Riccardo Montolivo are embroiled in a stand-off that benefits neither party, writes Roberto Gotta.