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Marco Parolo trusts Lazio are “at the dawn of a new era” and Ciro Immobile will decide the Rome Derby today.
Kevin Strootman wants Roma to “prove our strength by winning the derby” with Lazio and will discuss his future “in five years.”
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Miralem Pjanic warned “this Juventus is nowhere near 100 per cent” after beating Atalanta and won’t cheer on Roma in the Derby.
Max Allegri was pleased with the Juventus reaction against Atalanta and said he could use Mario Mandzukic, Gonzalo Higuain and Paulo Dybala together.
Gian Piero Gasperini admits Atalanta “only played well in fits and starts” as their incredible winning streak came to an end with Juventus.
Daniele Rugani said Juventus used last week’s defeat to fire themselves up and sweep Atalanta aside 3-1 tonight.
Juventus ended the extraordinary Atalanta run and got back on track themselves with a dominant 3-1 performance.
“I think at some stage my father will sign for Inter,” said Diego Simeone’s son – Genoa striker Giovanni.
Frank de Boer said “the biggest problem at Inter is there isn’t really anyone in charge. They wanted us at the top in two weeks.”
Juventus director Beppe Marotta is impressed by Atalanta’s Franck Kessie, but chose to “laugh” at Paul Pogba’s Manchester United comments.
Atalanta director Umberto Marino said they are “proud to play like provincials” in a giant-killing mission at the Juventus Stadium.
Atalanta winger Leonardo Spinazzola admits it is his “dream to play for Juventus” as he faces them for the first time tonight.
Stefano Sturaro warns Juventus will be faced with “a very difficult match” against Atalanta, but hopes they learned from the Genoa setback.
Juventus use Miralem Pjanic as a trequartista in their new 4-3-1-2 system as they host Gian Piero Gasperini’s seemingly-unstoppable Atalanta.
Join us for all the build-up and action to tonight’s intriguing and unpredictable Serie A match between leaders Juventus and Europe’s form team Atalanta.
Inter are considering ex-Roma director of sport Walter Sabatini to take over from Piero Ausilio, according to reports.
Crotone Coach Davide Nicola concedes Milan “have few weak points, but our intention is to fight it out with our strengths.”
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Stefan de Vrij are in the Lazio squad for the Derby della Capitale, but need fitness tests tomorrow.
There are rumours Palermo contacted Sampdoria outcast Antonio Cassano to revitalise both his campaign and their own.
Everton reportedly offered £14.5m for Manolo Gabbiadini, but Napoli are demanding at least £20m.
Stephan El Shaarawy is included and Mario Rui gets his first Roma call-up ahead of tomorrow’s Derby della Capitale with Lazio.
Spal caused a huge surprise away to Cittadella, Spezia held Frosinone and Carpi conquered Trapani, as Verona have the chance to break away.
Sinisa Mihajlovic is “proud to be the Coach of Torino” on the club’s 110th birthday and expects a warm welcome from Sampdoria fans.
Massimo Rastelli tells Cagliari that “safety passes through Pescara” ahead of tomorrow’s trip to the Stadio Adriatico.
Massimo Oddo wants Pescara to play like “11 mad dogs” in the relegation tussle with Cagliari. “We need the points.”
Paulo Sousa told Fiorentina to “break with the past” and focus on Palermo, standing up for his decisions this season.
Simone Inzaghi feels Lazio have so far been surprising, but ahead of the Derby della Capitale with Roma “the best is yet to come.”
Luciano Spalletti hinted Francesco Totti could start the Derby della Capitale tomorrow. “Roma have what it takes to beat Lazio.”
Miralem Pjanic is expected to take a trequartista role as Juventus move to 4-3-1-2 against Atalanta this evening.
Coach Stefano Pioli cancelled Inter’s planned day off after a 3-0 defeat to Napoli.
Carlos Bacca has been sent home from the Milan training camp, as he’s not in the squad to face Crotone.
Eugenio Corini urged Palermo to show “mental strength” on his debut away to Fiorentina. “We must react to any negative situation.”
Andrea Stramaccioni described his Inter rise and fall, including a comical introduction, Wesley Sneijder and Antonio Cassano controversy.
Chelsea target Antonio Rudiger admits he “likes the Premier League, but my future is at Roma and if they don’t want to sell me, I’ll stay here.”

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