Vincenzo Montella is confident Sampdoria won’t get sucked into the relegation fight after a 0-0 draw with Atalanta.
Ciro Immobile’s brace gave Torino their first win away to Palermo in 54 years, Mattia Destro conquered Udinese and Sampdoria stalled with Atalanta.
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There’s a new leader, but plenty more at stake today, as Milan host Genoa and Fiorentina v Inter is a head-to-head for third place.
Vincenzo Montella urged “patience” from Sampdoria and their fans ahead of a crunch relegation dogfight with Atalanta.
President Massimo Ferrero is “not at all worried” by Sampdoria’s League position, and insists the club is financially stable.
Antonio Cassano reflects on his Real Madrid days - “I’d spend what I wanted on having food sent to my room.”
Atletico Madrid’s Diego Simeone reportedly leads Inter’s five man shortlist of potential successors to Roberto Mancini.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero again denied his finances are in trouble. “I’ll take them to court.”
Inter director Piero Ausilio reportedly told Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero that Roberto Soriano has been ‘booked’ for the summer
Inter ‘will have made a great coup’ if they sign Sampdoria’s Roberto Soriano, says his former teammate Eder.
Inter forward Eder says ‘everything is in our hands’ but the trip to Fiorentina ‘won’t be decisive’.
Eder says Inter “still believe” in the Scudetto, and insists they “did well” in the draw with Verona.
Inter’s Eder ‘preferred Serie A’ says Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri, who believes there’s ‘no favourite’ between Juventus and Napoli on Saturday.
Luciano Spalletti warned Roma “can’t have these lapses” after almost throwing away their lead against Sampdoria.
Vincenzo Montella felt Sampdoria “deserved an equaliser” against Roma after hitting the bar in stoppages.
Diego Perotti “fit right in” at Roma and got his first goal, but admits Sampdoria scared the Giallorossi.
Diego Perotti gave Roma a 2-1 win over Sampdoria to close on the top four, but the woodwork rescued them in stoppages.
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni joked about Luciano Spalletti’s “little mouse” and wants victory against Sampdoria.
Sampdoria director Carlo Osti is confident “sooner or later Vincenzo Montella’s football will pay off.”