Prandelli: Italy or a break
Cesare Prandelli has denied links with Tottenham Hotspur and has reiterated that if he doesn’t continue with Italy, he’ll take a break this summer.
Prandelli: England have improved
Cesare Prandelli has reflected on Italy’s opening World Cup opponents England: “They have improved a lot.”
‘Prandelli clarity this month’
FIGC President Giancarlo Abete says clarification of Azzurri Coach Cesare Prandelli's future will be provided before the end of the month.
Azzurri remain eighth in rankings
Italy remain in eighth place in the latest FIFA World Rankings, which were announced today.
Toni wants Hellas history
Verona striker Luca Toni says he wants to go down in the club’s history after playing a major part in the the Gialloblu’s successful season.
Prandelli: Italy must be respected
Cesare Prandelli has called on the national team to be respected, as he confirms he is not planning a future at club level before the World Cup.
Diamanti: No Italy concerns
Alessandro Diamanti says he is happy with early life in China and unconcerned with a recent omission from the Italy squad.
Cassano: 'If I got World Cup call...'
Antonio Cassano “would be the happiest man in the world” if he went to the World Cup, but scoffed at Milan’s problems.
Azzurri analyse fitness problems
Italy’s fitness coach analysed the different preparations of clubs and national teams after difficulties against Spain.
Italy create 'artificial' Brazil conditions
Italy staff confirm they’ll set up “something artificial” to get players accustomed to Brazilian humidity at the World Cup.
Prandelli: Only Buffon assured place
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli insists that no outfield player is assured of a place in his World Cup squad for this summer.
Friendly confusion for Costa Rica
Italy’s World Cup opponents Costa Rica seem to be in some confusion as to their preparations for the tournament.
Spalletti: 'I'll stay in Russia'
Luciano Spalletti said he will stay in St. Petersburg even after Zenit fired him, but is a candidate for the Italy bench.
‘We want Prandelli to stay’
Italian Football Federation President Giancarlo Abete says the organisation want national Coach Cesare Prandelli to remain in his post.
Parolo’s World Cup dream
Parma midfielder Marco Parolo has spoken of his desire and belief that he can secure a place in Cesare Prandelli’s World Cup squad.
Prandelli considering Cassano?
Reports are that Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli is ready to include Parma forward Antonio Cassano in his plans for the World Cup.
Chiellini: Italy controversy resolved
Giorgio Chiellini believes that the controversy surrounding his inclusion in last week’s Italy squad has been resolved.
‘Toro will bounce back’
Torino defender Matteo Darmian is convinced that his side will recover from their recent slump in form.
Paloschi hails vital goals
Chievo forward Alberto Paloschi is delighted that his two penalties made the difference in yesterday’s vital win over Genoa.
‘Balotelli the greatest talent’
Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini believes Mario Balotelli is the standout talent in Italian football today. The two players, injuries...
Reina wants American adventure
Napoli goalkeeper Pepe Reina says he would like to experience different footballing cultures in the future, including possibly moving to America.
AVB on Italy and his future
Andre Villas Boas praised Cesare Prandelli’s Italy side and Serie A, warning his next job won’t be in the Premier League.
Ancelotti on Italy & Verratti
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti has given his opinion on a number of issues in Italian football, including the national team and Marco Verratti.
Trotta: I owed it to Brentford
Marcello Trotta scored on his Italy Under-21 debut and reveals he turned down offers because: “I owed it to Brentford.”
Iniesta: 'Italy among the favourites'
Andres Iniesta maintains “Italy remain one of the favourites” to win the 2014 World Cup despite their friendly defeat to Spain.
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