NAPOLI NEWS

Former Milan Coach Arrigo Sacchi believes Napoli need “greater intensity” to turn around their tie with Real Madrid.
Arrigo Sacchi believes Napoli should be focusing on their “defensive errors” against Juventus.
Paolo Valeri has reportedly declared he has “nothing to apologise for” after the controversial Juventus-Napoli game.
Sampdoria striker Fabio Quagliarella revealed his five-year police stalker nightmare and why he “left unfinished business at Napoli.”
Luciano Spalletti trusts Roma can overturn the 2-0 first leg Coppa Italia semi-final defeat, but implied Lazio only “play on the counter-attack.”
Luciano Moggi claims Napoli “use Juventus as the alibis of losers, just as they were in 2006” with Calciopoli.
Paolo Liguori, the director of TGCom24, claims Juventus “have a consolidated system of satellite clubs like Atalanta and absolute power, just as much influence as during Calciopoli.”
Napoli doubled down on their criticism of public broadcaster Rai after the Coppa Italia defeat to Juventus and insist “the decisions were shameful, not the referee.”
Gianluigi Buffon warns Juventus need “competitive fury” to reach their objectives this season.
Wojciech Szczesny can’t confirm he’ll stay at Roma for next season, and notes “I’m an Arsenal fan”.
The mayor of Naples weighs in on the Juventus-Napoli controversy - “we suffered continuous wrongs”.
Reports suggest that Napoli would be prepared to let Kalidou Koulibaly leave for €60m in the summer, with Chelsea still showing interest.
Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici has dismissed Napoli’s protests over refereeing decisions, declaring ‘we’re talking about nothing’.
Reports suggest that Sampdoria Coach Marco Giampaolo is favourite for the Fiorentina job in the summer.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis has threatened to field the youth team against Juventus in the Coppa Italia second leg.
Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini compared Napoli protests to Inter’s complaints after the defeat to Roma. “The controversy sucks energy from them.”
Pepe Reina insists he did not foul Juan Cuadrado and Napoli lost to Juventus in the Coppa Italia “because of the referee’s decisions. That is all.”
Napoli director Cristiano Giuntoli said the Juventus penalties in the Coppa Italia semi-final were “shameful and damaging to all of Italian football.”
Max Allegri insists “the Juventus performance cannot be reduced to just the penalties” after beating Napoli 3-1 in the Coppa Italia.
Gonzalo Higuain reveals how Max Allegri’s advice helped turn around their Coppa Italia semi-final with Napoli. “This is the strength of Juventus.”