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Edinson Cavani has urged his Napoli side to remain united in order to keep their Champions League dream alive.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Torino and Verona earned important away victories to keep up the promotion pace at the top of the table.
Walter Mazzarri keeps his eye on Napoli’s Champions League prize and tells Ezequiel Lavezzi he must “accept Goran Pandev is in better shape.”
Bortolo Mutti was absolutely furious at the “absurd penalty” awarded to Napoli. “I demand respect for Palermo.”
Napoli continued their positive streak by making short work of Palermo thanks to Marek Hamsik’s strike and a controversial Edinson Cavani penalty.
Domenico Di Carlo hailed Chievo’s spirit for “playing our game wherever we went” to secure safety after holding Roma to a draw today.
Roma director Walter Sabatini concedes “we don’t want a future without Luis Enrique, but he perhaps considers himself to be a problem.”
Luis Enrique complained of playing “water polo” on a flooded pitch, but admits he “must accept criticism when results don’t arrive” for Roma.
Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin expects Cesena to put up a fight tomorrow and reveals Antonio Di Natale’s participation is in the balance.
Roma were fortunate to scrape a point on the waterlogged Verona pitch, as Chievo had the best chances in their goalless draw.
Goran Pandev partners Edinson Cavani as Napoli welcome Palermo in their bid to hold on to third place.
Serse Cosmi has won his appeal against a touchline ban, so he will be on the bench for tomorrow evening’s Juventus-Lecce match.
Robinho is back in the Milan squad for tomorrow night’s game with Atalanta, but Clarence Seedorf has again been dropped.
Luciano Spalletti has won his second consecutive Russian League title with Zenit, but laughs off a return to Serie A. “There is too much pressure.”
Zdenek Zeman's Pescara knocked six past Vicenza and are top awaiting Torino's game, while Sassuolo conquered nine-man Padova.
President Massimo Moratti hailed new England manager Roy Hodgson, as his two spells at the club forged “a rapport of true friendship.”
Edy Reja says Lazio are “not dead yet” in the race for third, but insists they were right to protest Udinese’s goal. “Everyone saw what happened.”
Fabio Borini, Bojan Krkic and Francesco Totti face Sergio Pellissier and Alberto Paloschi in today’s Chievo-Roma Serie A opener.
Maurizio Zamparini has admitted that even if Cagliari do not take up their option on Mauricio Pinilla, the striker won’t be returning to play for Palermo again.
Giuseppe Sannino is targeting at least a point away to Lazio in midweek so as to make certain of Siena’s stay in Serie A for another year.
Serse Cosmi still believes Lecce have what it takes to avoid relegation from Serie A, even if he admits that Wednesday’s trip to Juventus will be difficult.
Sebastian Giovinco’s agent has refused to comment on the latest rumours surrounding his client, claiming it is now a daily task.
Former Inter and Udinese Coach Roy Hodgson has succeeded Fabio Capello as Head Coach of the England national team.
Roberto Donadoni has backed up his President’s assertion that Parma could qualify for Europe this season, such has been their form.
Juventus could win the Scudetto in midweek if results fall their way, but Wednesday opponents Lecce are determined not to roll over.
Antonio Conte believes that should Juventus win the Scudetto this season, then it is a comparable achievement to Hellas Verona’s 1985 title.
Inter tactician Andrea Stramaccioni has admitted that his side are not favourites in the race to finish third.
Andrea Barzagli is set to become the latest Juventus player to be handed a new contract by the club.
Angelo Palombo will return to Sampdoria at the end of the season once his Inter loan ends – but he’s unlikely to remain in Genoa.
Palermo’s Emiliano Viviano could realise a childhood dream this summer if rumours of a move to Fiorentina come true.
Serie A enters a crucial week where possibility can become mathematical certainty for a number of teams.
Reports in Holland are suggesting that Mark Van Bommel will leave Milan for PSV Eindhoven at the end of the season.
Mattia Destro says he will only think about his future once his season at Siena has come to a conclusion.
Dejan Savicevic has revealed that he advised Milan to sign Stevan Jovetic before he joined Fiorentina.

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