NEWS

Inter captain Javier Zanetti has again warned about the dangers of playing football in freezing temperatures.
Parma have insisted that Milan’s Pippo Inzaghi was too old to be considered as a January transfer target.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Massimiliano Allegri admits Milan played “a terrible game, but the defeat to Lazio can do us good.”
Milan have added Maxi Lopez, Djamel Mesbah and Stephan El Shaarawy to their Champions League squad.
Luis Enrique was scathing about the “pathetic” periods of Roma play after their 4-2 defeat to Cagliari. “We’re going nowhere like this.”
Walter Mazzarri was furious with the referee after a 0-0 draw with Cesena. “I am sick and tired of this, as we lost two points due to the official.”
Edy Reja celebrates Lazio’s victory over Milan, but admits there was a row with director Igli Tare over the failed transfer policy.
Claudio Ranieri admits Inter’s defence needs some work, but their 4-4 with Palermo was “a great advert for football.”
Roma crashed in Cagliari, Cesena held Napoli amid controversy, but Udinese continue to soar.
One of the most incredible Serie A games of all time ended 4-4 between Inter and Palermo, as Diego Milito scored four and Fabrizio Miccoli got a hat-trick!
Cagliari fought back to shock Roma with a spectacular 4-2 victory in Sardinia.
Lazio took their chances and Milan did not, as Hernanes and Tommaso Rocchi sank the Rossoneri 2-0.
Napoli have adjusted their approach with Blerim Dzemaili and Goran Pandev in the trident, while Paolo Cannavaro is only fit for the bench.
Roma have given the nod to Jose Angel and Fabio Borini, while Cagliari have ex-Giallorossi star Daniele Conti.
Wesley Sneijder is given another chance to start as Inter welcome Palermo this evening.
Milan have a new trident of Robinho, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Stephan El Shaarawy, but Lazio miss Miroslav Klose.
Serie B side Grosseto have sacked Coach Fabio Viviani and brought back Guido Ugolotti in their third change of the campaign.
Atalanta-Genoa was initially snowed off, then delayed, but has now officially been postponed.
Thiago Motta reveals he “asked Inter President Massimo Moratti to give me this opportunity to join Paris Saint-Germain.”
Miroslav Klose is a late doubt for Lazio’s midweek clash with Milan, adding to Edy Reja’s selection headache in attack.
Siena President Massimo Mezzaroma believes that outdated stadiums are to blame for the number of postponements to have hit Serie A this midweek.
Parma's Tommaso Ghiradi has asked for more attention to go into planning the Serie A calendar, so as to best avoid games being hit by adverse weather.
Marcello Lippi has once again repeated that his desire is to Coach at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, not to return to club management.
Both the Italian FA (FIGC) and Footballers’ Association (AIC) are keen to rearrange the fixture list so as to avoid future Serie A postponement chaos.
Salvatore Aronica is on the verge of signing a new contract with Champions League outfit Napoli.
Fiorentina have insisted that they were not to blame for the collapse of Mounir El Hamdaoui’s proposed switch from Ajax.
Napoli have no regrets about missing out on Antonio Candreva, while they insist they never made a January move for Angelo Palombo.
Who moved where this January? Here is a quick rundown of all the major moves involving Serie A clubs.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has asked for Sunday’s evening game against Napoli to be postponed.
Inter chief Massimo Moratti says he’s happy with the way the club conducted itself during the January transfer window – despite the sale of Thiago Motta.
As expected, tonight’s game between Siena and Catania has also been cancelled because of the snow in Tuscany.
Wednesday’s Bologna-Fiorentina match has been called off because of the weather, the Viola have confirmed.
Serbian international Milos Krasic is still at Juventus, but a move to a Russian club is possible until 24 February.
New Inter signing Angelo Palombo reportedly rejected January offers from both Parma and Fiorentina.

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