This season, the Italian Serie A has been dominated by a number of teams that are currently in the relegation zone.
The teams in this category have struggled for form, but they have managed to win the most games, with five.
That means that the season is currently going to be an uphill struggle for the teams in these groups, and we want to take a look at how the players are doing so far in the season.
The players who have been the most successful so far: Juventus: They are currently one of the best teams in the league, and it’s no wonder that they are in the same position they were in before.
They have been playing better than ever this season, and the fact that they have won six of their last seven games is testament to the team’s ability to compete with their rivals.
Parma: Pego and Co. have been looking really good so far this season.
Parma have been in the top half of Serie A so far, but with just three wins in the five games they have played so far they have been out of contention.
The first game against Udinese was a very important one, and they looked very solid, although they were unlucky to lose the match 2-1.
Lazio: Lozio have been doing very well in the early stages of the season, winning two of their four games. Cagliari: The Bianconeri are in a very difficult position.
The season started very well for them, and then they had to finish off their rivals Lazio, and that’s where they ended up.
Genoa: Giovanni Trapattoni has had a very good start to the season for the Rossoneri, and he has managed to turn a very bad start into a good one.
They are one of Serie B’s top teams, and with only three wins, they have already scored five goals.
Bologna: Bello has been the best team in Serie A this season and has a good chance of finishing in the second position in the table.
They haven’t scored many goals, but it has been a very positive start to his season, as he has only conceded two goals.
Bologna have the best defense in the Serie A, with goalkeeper Federico Fazio and forward Andrea Pirlo.
Sampdoria: Sebastian Giovinco is back in Italy, and his form has been very good.
He has scored five times in the four games he has played sofar, and has created a few chances himself.
Juventini: It’s been a slow start for the Nerazzurri, but the squad has been performing well, with a few key players who will be key to their chances.
Fenerbahce: Fernando Torres is a big player in this team, and if the striker can stay fit, he will make the team stronger.
Gonzalo Higuain, Giorgio Chiellini and Mauro Icardi are the other players who are key players in the team.
Milan: Milans players are currently struggling with injuries, but this is not an excuse to give up.
The Rossonerio has had some really good performances this season for sure.
Roma: Rome are struggling a bit with injuries at the moment, but that doesn’t mean they are not improving.
Stuttgart: This season has been really good for the Stuttgart side, as they have had a lot of injuries and injuries are an important part of the team as they struggle for results.
Napoli: In a few weeks, it will be interesting to see how the Italian league will play out.
In the last four years, only two teams have finished in the Champions League places, and both of them have been from Italy.
It has been an exciting season for Napoli, as the team is in a good position to go far in Europe.
Atletico Madrid: After having a very slow start, Atletico Madrid have found their form and form is very good, and have scored seven goals so far.
Villas-Boas has been doing well at the helm, as his team has improved from the last two seasons, and are now just outside the relegation zones.
At the moment this season is a little bit too hard for the team, but hopefully, things will turn around soon, and Atletico will finally find their form again.
Real Madrid: Real Madrid are currently without their talisman, Cristiano Ronaldo, who is currently away on international duty with Portugal.
That has left Carlo Ancelotti to take charge.
At the moment he is having a tough time finding the right players, and is looking to add more.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Zlatan