Capello denies Anzhi meeting
Former England manager Fabio Capello has denied he’s in talks with Anzhi. “My only appointment is to pick up an award.”
Zamparini blasts Palermo defence
Maurizio Zamparini is already losing patience with Palermo Coach Bortolo Mutti. “I’m fed up and have told him things need to change.”
Prandelli: 'Cassano at Euro 2012'
Cesare Prandelli looks ahead to Euro 2012 with an Antonio Di Natale-Mario Balotelli partnership and “Antonio Cassano could come as our 24th man.”
Anzhi sack Coach for Capello?
Reports linking Fabio Capello with an immediate return to management are gathering pace as Russian side Anzhi sack their current Coach.
Milan’s Arsenal options boosted
Milan have been encouraged by the return of a number first-team names to training ahead of the Champions League meeting with Arsenal this week.
Ibra drops Champions League obsession
Ahead of Milan facing Arsenal in the Last 16 this week, Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he is no longer preoccupied with winning the Champions League.
Collina envisages refereeing changes
Former Serie A referee and current UEFA chief Pierluigi Collina believes the time has come for changes to be made to officiating in the game.
Reja admires Simeone’s charge
Edy Reja has revealed his fondness for midweek opponent Diego Simeone and also the points total he believes Lazio needs for Champions League football.
Barzagli at Juve until 2014
Centre-back Andrea Barzagli is on the verge of signing a new contract with Italian giants Juventus.
Inter will be back, says Mancini
Inter will be able to finish the campaign in third and thus qualify for the Champions League, says former boss Roberto Mancini.
Pinilla a surprise swoop for Cagliari
Cagliari have admitted that they were surprised when Palermo accepted their bid for Mauricio Pinilla in January.
Natali on his way to Milan too
Riccardo Montolivo could be joined by Fiorentina teammate Cesare Natali at Milan before the start of next season.
Giaccherini has faith in Juve
Emanuele Giaccherini insists his Juventus side are ready to face the trials and tribulations of the rescheduled fixture list.
Ambitious Paloschi eyes glorious future
Milan-owned Chievo striker Alberto Paloschi has set himself some big targets for the future.
Motta wants Catania repeat
Marco Motta has asked his Catania teammates to continue where they left off against Genoa when taking on Juventus.
March 7 given three games
The postponed Bologna-Juventus, Parma-Fiorentina and Cesena-Catania ties will now take place on Wednesday 7 March.
Caceres talks started in October
Juventus made their first move to sign Martin Caceres back in October, agent Beppe Bozzo has revealed.
Amelia expects Milan-Juve duel
Milan and Juventus will be fighting for the title until the very last day of the season, says Marco Amelia.
Inter are priority for Chivu
Cristian Chivu wants to sign a new contract with Italian giants Internazionale, his representative has stated.
Falcao: Hernanes is like me
Roma legend Paulo Roberto Falcao has labelled Lazio’s Hernanes as his heir in the modern game.
The tweets of Inter fan Rossi
Moto GP rider and Inter fan Valentino Rossi has questioned the market moves of his beloved Nerazzurri.
De Sanctis cool over contract
Morgan De Sanctis will wait until the end of the season before assessing his future options with Napoli.
‘Bouy a universal midfielder’
Dutch teenager Ousim Bouy was an important signing for Juventus last month, his representative has argued.
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Stankovic: 'Fans right to jeer'
Dejan Stankovic admits “it’s only natural the fans get angry and jeer” after Inter’s home defeat to Novara.
Ranieri: 'Inter are behind me'
Claudio Ranieri insists “the club and President Massimo Moratti are 100 per cent behind me” after Inter’s latest shock defeat.
Milan stars recover for Arsenal
Milan’s injury crisis is easing in the lead-up to the Arsenal clash, as Alexandre Pato, Kevin-Prince Boateng and Alessandro Nesta resumed training today.
Colantuono extends Atalanta contract
Atalanta have officially extended Stefano Colantuono’s contract until June 2014, announced the club.
Vincenzo Montella still wasn't content with a 4-0 triumph, but Pasquale Marino blames injury problems.
Stefano Colantuono feels Atalanta dropped two points, but Serse Cosmi defends Lecce's tactics.
Davide Ballardini praised Cagliari's defensive strikers, while Bortolo Mutti felt luck was not on Palermo's side.
Serie B: Empoli recall Aglietti
Serie B strugglers Empoli have officially sacked Coach Guido Carboni and brought in Alfredo Aglietti.
Ranieri: 'No excuses'
Claudio Ranieri “won’t cling to excuses” after Inter’s shock home defeat to Novara, but admits they must “remember” how to serve Wesley Sneijder.
Mondo: 'Beating Inter? Simple'
Emiliano Mondonico believes Novara’s victory over Inter showed “the wonderful simplicity of football. Clever tactics are not the same as catenaccio.”
Genoa crushed, Atalanta frustrated
Catania demolished Genoa 4-0 with a Pablo Barrientos brace to earn their first victory of 2012, while Lecce thanked the woodwork against Atalanta.
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