Garcia: 'Roma small in Europe'
Roma boss Rudi Garcia admits his club are still “small” on the European stage, but can qualify in the Champions League.
Pallotta: Roma can win Scudetto
James Pallotta is confident Roma have what it takes to be crowned Serie A champions this season, whilst he defends the defeats to Bayern Munich.
Guardiola: Roma best team in Italy
Bayern Munich Coach Pep Guardiola has praised Roma, and reassures the Giallorossi that his side won’t take CSKA Moscow and Manchester City lightly.
Vidal: Juventus not giving in
Arturo Vidal has reassured Juventus fans that the Bianconeri will eventually go through to the next round in the Champions League.
Benatia: No Roma crisis
Bayern Munich defender Mehdi Benatia does not believe there is a crisis at Roma, despite the Giallorossi losing two games in a row.
Lahm: Roma learned to defend
Philipp Lahm remarked at how Roma showed a more defensive edge to their game against Bayern Munich last night.
Nainggolan: Bayern result is fair
Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan believes Roma can still progress in the Champions League, but admits a 2-0 defeat to Bayern was ‘fair’.
Gotze: Goal changed game
Bayern Munich midfielder Mario Gotze feels that his side’s opening goal changed the game in their 2-0 victory over Roma.
Garcia: 'Different Roma image'
Rudi Garcia is confident Roma “cancelled out the image we gave of ourselves in the other game” with Bayern Munich.
Nainggolan: 'A sign to ourselves'
Radja Nainggolan felt Roma “sent a signal to ourselves that last time was just a one-off” against Bayern Munich.
De Rossi: 'An impossible task'
Daniele De Rossi said Roma “admitted Bayern Munich were stronger and took a different approach” in their 2-0 defeat.
CL: Roma bow to Bayern
Roma lost 2-0 to Bayern Munich in a fairly even match and remain second thanks to CSKA Moscow’s shock win over Manchester City.
Line-ups: Bayern Munich-Roma
Roma transformed their line-up against Bayern Munich, dropping Francesco Totti, Gervinho, Miralem Pjanic and Morgan De Sanctis.
Allegri tweet goes viral
Juventus Coach Max Allegri explained his post-Olympiacos tweet that went viral with an unusual hashtag.
Asamoah out for two weeks
Kwadwo Asamoah will be out of action for two weeks after playing through a knee injury, confirmed Juventus.
Toni: Ribery best I’ve played with
Verona forward Luca Toni has warned Roma that Bayern Munich’s Franck Ribery is the best player he’s ever played with.
Totti: Bayern defeat behind us
Francesco Totti says Roma have put their 7-1 thumping at the hands of Bayern Munich behind them.
Torosidis remains Roma doubt
Roma are still unsure whether defender Vasilis Torosidis will be fit to face Bayern Munich tonight.
'Goals not down to back four'
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri says the fact that the Bianconeri conceded two goals to Olympiacos is not down to a switch to a back four.
Allegri explains tactical changes
Max Allegri didn’t see Arturo Vidal’s penalty and explained his tactical switch as Juventus beat Olympiacos 3-2.
Llorente: 'Not easy to win'
Fernando Llorente acknowledges it was “not easy” for Juventus to fight back and beat Olympiacos 3-2.
Buffon: 'More European Juve'
Gigi Buffon took responsibility for the Olympiacos equaliser, but said the new Juventus system is “more European.”
Pogba: 'Goal just came'
Paul Pogba said his winning strike for Juventus against Olympiacos “came by itself.”
Pirlo: 'Juve calm and strength'
Andrea Pirlo praised the Juventus “calm and strength” to fight back and beat Olympiacos 3-2 in the Champions League.
Juve comeback sinks Olympiacos
Paul Pogba turned it around as Juventus beat Olympiacos 3-2, but Arturo Vidal had a last-gasp penalty saved.
Keita: 'Bayern were beaten too'
Seydou Keita points out Bayern Munich have recovered from their share of humiliating results, so why can’t Roma?
Marotta: 'Tonight is very important'
Juventus director Beppe Marotta admits tonight’s Champions League clash with Olympiacos is “very, very important.”
Robben: 'Roma not defensive'
Bayern Munich star Arjen Robben is impressed that Roma “are not a typically-defensive Italian team.”
Juventus go with Alvaro Morata, Carlos Tevez and a four-man defence in a must-win Champions League match with Olympiacos.
Pjanic: 'Roma stick to guns'
Miralem Pjanic assured Roma “will not change our football” against Bayern Munich, even after a 7-1 defeat.
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