Serie A Team of Week 38
At the end of a fabulous season, with records broken by the great and the good, Dave Taylor picks his final best XI from round 38.
Juventus make history!
Juventus set a new European record of 102 points, but Roma collapsed at Genoa and relegated Catania beat Atalanta.
Catania-Atalanta kick-off moved
The Lega Serie A have brought forward Week 38’s fixture between Catania and Atalanta to a mid-afternoon kick-off.
De Canio: Not my fault
Fomer Catania Coach Luigi De Canio says he is not to blame for the club’s relegation from Serie A.
Serie A Team of Week 37
In the week the great Javier Zanetti played his last game at San Siro, Dave Taylor names him and another 10 supporting acts in his best XI from Round 37.
Davide Ballardini was 'mortified' by Bologna's relegation with a home defeat to Catania.
Euro wide open, relegation decided
Livorno, Catania and Bologna are all relegated, while a Torino-Parma dramatic draw leaves sixth place up for grabs.
Bologna 'obligated to win'
Davide Ballardini admits Bologna “are obligated to win” against Catania in today’s relegation six-pointer.
Maxi Lopez hoping for Samp stay
Maxi Lopez has insisted that he sees his long-term future at Sampdoria, and hopes to stay beyond this season.
Serie A Team of Week 36
In the weekend that saw Juventus confirmed as champions Dave Taylor picks his 11 best performers from Serie A.
Guaraldi: Catania or us
Bologna President Albano Guaraldi admits the losers of this weekend’s match between his side and Catania are all but certain to go down.
Maurizio Pellegrino assured Catania fans their comeback isn't over yet, but Rudi Garcia got everything wrong.
Totti: 'Compliments to Juve'
Francesco Totti complimented Juventus on their Scudetto and gave his view on the Coppa Italia Final debacle.
Tevez: 'Now we celebrate!'
Carlos Tevez revealed “incredible tension” in the Juventus camp as they watched Roma lose on television.
Garcia 'did not expect' Roma rout
Rudi Garcia admits he “did not expect a performance like this” from Roma, as a 4-1 defeat to Catania handed Juventus the title.
Toro soar, relegation turnaround
Torino plunged Chievo into crisis and maintained their Euro status with Parma, while Udinese thrashed Livorno 5-3.
JUVE CAMPIONI D'ITALIA!
Juventus have mathematically won a third consecutive Scudetto, as Roma were crushed 4-1 in Catania.
This afternoon in Sicily we could see Roma mathematically hand the Scudetto to Juventus or Catania go to Serie B.
Roma problems in Catania
Rafael Toloi, Mattia Destro and Radja Nainggolan are out of Roma’s trip to Catania with Leandro Castan and Mehdi Benatia in doubt.
Garcia: 'Scudetto race is over'
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia admits “the Scudetto race is over” regardless of their result in Catania, “but we’ll play to win anyway.”
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