Thomson for Juventus-Gladbach
Scottish referee Craig Thomson will be in charge for Juventus’ clash with Borussia Monchengladbach.
Florenzi: ‘All comes down to Bayer’
Alessandro Florenzi admits the two games against Bayer Leverkusen are crucial for Roma - “we want to have our say.”
Garcia defends European record
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia defends his record in Europe but admits “we could have done better”.
Garcia: ‘Exciting week for Roma’
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia looks forward to an “exciting week” in Serie A and the Champions League.
Buffon fit for Champions League?
Gianluigi Buffon will reportedly be fit for Juventus’ Champions League match with Borussia Monchengladbach.
Bonucci: ‘Less anxiety in Europe’
Leonardo Bonucci admits Juventus have more “anxiety” in Serie A compared to the Champions League.
Ausilio: ‘Inter are complete’
Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio sees the squad as “complete”, so there will be no January spending spree.
Buffon: 'In doubt for Monchengladbach'
Gigi Buffon saw “progress” from Juventus against Inter, but admits he’s in doubt for Borussia Monchengladbach.
Kassai ref for Bayer Leverkusen-Roma
The referee for Roma’s Champions League match with Bayer Leverkusen is Hungarian Victor Kassai.
Garcia: 'Roma mustn't relax'
Rudi Garcia complimented Empoli for their performance, but warned Roma “must not relax until the final whistle.”
Baldissoni: 'Roma need more for title'
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni warned “being equipped to win the Scudetto isn’t enough.”
Juve biggest Euro earners
UEFA reveal Juventus earned €89.1m from the 2014-15 Champions League campaign, more than any other club.
Koulibaly: 'My Napoli dreams'
Kalidou Koulibaly “dreams of playing in the Champions League for Napoli” and expects a great game against Fiorentina.
Rummenigge: 'Inter can win title'
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge believes “Inter can win the Scudetto” and hopes Bayern Munich play the Champions League Final at San Siro.
Ancelotti: 'Strange Scudetto race'
Carlo Ancelotti analyses the problems at Juventus and gives his Scudetto predictions in a “strange” Serie A race.
Ancelotti: 'I want Premier League job'
Carlo Ancelotti reveals he’ll be available to work in January and wants a Premier League return, so could Chelsea be on the cards?
Ranieri: 'Serie A on the up'
Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri sees Serie A on the way up, identifies differences in England and puts Jose Mourinho behind him.
Neto: ‘Returning players crucial’
Juventus goalkeeper Neto believes players returning from injury can help the Bianconeri move up the table.
Morata: 'Madrid can't buy happiness'
Alvaro Morata warned Real Madrid might have a buy-out clause from Juventus, “but happiness counts more than clauses.”
Allegri: 'Bologna biggest game'
Max Allegri urged Juventus to treat Bologna “as the most important match of the season,” but injuries increase.
Garcia: 'Roma on right track'
Rudi Garcia does not regret staying at Roma and is confident they’ll turn things around against Palermo.
Italy co-efficient closing on England
Italy continue to close the gap on England in the race for a fourth Champions League spot.
Zaza: ‘I knew it would be tough’
Simone Zaza admits he knew he’d have “a lot of competition” at Juventus but “I never got depressed”.
Morata: ‘More difficult in Italy’
Alvaro Morata believes Juventus find things more difficult in Serie A because “there’s less space” than in Europe.
Agent: ‘Zaza goal a dream’
The agent of Juventus striker Simone Zaza says scoring in his Champions League debut ‘was a dream.’
Allegri: 'If Cuadrado passes...'
Massimiliano Allegri noted Juventus are “learning to play at the top level” and believes Juan Cuadrado “can become unstoppable.”
Cuadrado: 'Happy at Juventus'
Juan Guillermo Cuadrado enjoyed his first victory at the Juventus Stadium and is “happy” in Turin.
Emery: 'Sevilla emerge stronger'
Unai Emery admits Juventus deserved their victory, but Sevilla “will emerge from this defeat stronger.”
Allegri: 'Hernanes great game'
Max Allegri was “satisfied” with Juventus as they beat Sevilla in the Champions League, singling out Hernanes for praise.
Morata: 'Happy for the victory'
Alvaro Morata was happy for his Juventus Champions League record, but “above all for the victory” over Sevilla.
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