The last teams of 2012-2013 that are going to be evaluated are: Roma, Sampdoria, Torino, Siena and Udinese.
Roma: 5.5/10, the team is strong and could have been competitive at the highest levels. The substitution Zeman-Andreazzoli has created further problems in the management of the team. Important players that did not reach an important objective. The last chance is the victory of Coppa Italia, because a qualification in Europe is postponed to next year.
Sampdoria: 6/10, the new arrival in Serie A of this season and able to remain in the first division without any problem. A well-organized team, with important elements such as Maxi Lopez and Icardi. Considered the departures of this transfer market season, it is necessary some new arrival to maintain this position next year.
Torino: 6/10, at the beginning of the championship Torino had great possibilities. The last part has been a tragedy: numerous defeats could have cost it Serie A.
Siena: 6/10, without the 6 points of penalization Siena could have remained in Serie A. Excellent the desire to play in a good way, visible in all the matches. Interesting the arrival of Emeghara in January, but not enough to save the season. A team relegated in Serie B with dignity.
Udinese: 7.5/10, every year Udinese during the transfer market misses his fundamental players, and the following year he gains a good position. As usual, the qualification in Europa League has been reached. Considerable the performances of some players: Muriel, Zielinski and Di Natale in particular.
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