It was a thoroughly enjoyable season in Italy that saw Juventus crowned champions once again.
Edinson Cavani was the league's capocannoniere (highest goalscorer), as El Matador fired Napoli to the Champions League. The Partenopei pushed the Bianconeri for some time in the race for the Scudetto, eventually falling short and making do with the runner-up spot.
Milan recovered from a catastrophic start to the season, and Massimiliano Allegri withstood massive pressure from the board, as the Italian media convinced that the Rossoneri manager would be fired on numerous occasions.
The Diavoli had a sensational second half of the season—buoyed by the signing of Mario Balotelli in January—which enabled them to hold off Fiorentina and snag that final Champions League qualifying place.
It was a disastrous season at the other end of the table for Palermo, who suffered relegation to Serie B along with Siena and Pescara.
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