Part five looks at nine players across Europe’s top leagues who may have a key role in the upcoming season.
Part four looks at some players looking to make it at their respective clubs and some look to add some glory.
Part three looks at a mix of younger players from across Europe that will look to break through.
Part two features a mix of players looking to get back to form and some names looking to extend their good work
Part one of FC99 is a mix of players from across Europe that have a massive point to prove in the upcoming season.
Having won the Champions League, Liverpool now look to add domestic glory under Jürgen Klopp and the next season is one that many across Europe are looking forward to.
We speak to Tom Scholes on his new book on soccer in the United States, looking at its history, Major League Soccer, the national team and more.
Taking a look at the new Atlético Madrid as Diego Simeone looks to reinvigorate the team after a stuttering season and a busy transfer window.
Maurizio Zamparini is one of the most eccentric owners in football, and he set the precedent early in his Palermo years. Chopping, changing and lots of drama, this is the story of his early years in Sicily.
Baghdad Bounedjah has come a long way to be successful having done well in North Africa, left his home, moved to Qatar and bring his best form in the Qatari Stars League.
After a disappointing season, there is going to be a fresh start at AS Roma and leading the charge will be Gianluca Petrachi, the former Torino Sporting Director who comes in with a gleaming reputation.