Torino President Urbano Cairo plays down Scudetto talk - “we started out with other objectives”.
Beppe Iachini does not feel his position at Palermo is at risk despite a 2-1 defeat to nine-man Torino.
Giampiero Ventura enjoys Torino sitting eight points clear of Juventus, but saw “bizarre” refereeing decisions against Palermo.
Lazio fought back for a win at Verona, but nine-man Torino beat Palermo to go second, Chievo held Sassuolo amid controversy and Udinese conquered Bologna.
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Beppe Iachini brushed off suggestions he could be sacked by Palermo, but needs “a big performance” against Torino.
Leaders Inter and second-placed Fiorentina face off, while Milan visit Genoa, Lazio take on Verona and Sassuolo-Chievo is a surprise clash.
Bad news for Torino, as Bruno Peres has been diagnosed with a thigh strain.
Frosinone Coach Roberto Stellone admits he’d love to lead Napoli, Torino or Genoa after taking an historic point off Juventus.
Sampdoria striker Eder says criticisms of the club have been ‘undeserved’ after their 2-1 win over Roma.
Inter made it five out of five with Felipe Melo, but Roma shot themselves in the foot, Frosinone made history by holding Juventus and Carpi stalled Napoli.
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Rolando Maran insists Chievo did not deserve defeat to Inter and can make up for it against second-placed Torino.
Sampdoria Coach Walter Zenga warns “we’re facing one of the strongest teams” in Roma.
Torino are reportedly set to offer full-back Bruno Peres a new contract to extend his deal until 2019.
Marcello Lippi sees Torino’s Giampiero Ventura as the best Coach in Italy, but detects ‘melancholy’ in Francesco Totti.
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Torino President Urbano Cairo says that the second-place side must ‘keep going our own way’.
Giampiero Ventura praised his remarkable Torino. “Four years ago we were in Serie B, today we are second in Serie A.”
Juventus got their first win of the campaign at 10-man Genoa, but Sassuolo pegged Roma back and Torino took second place while Bologna sank Frosinone.