NEWS

Inter chief Massimo Moratti has underlined how important Diego Milito has been to the Nerazzurri revival.
The representative of Michele Pazienza has insisted that his client will remain with Juventus for the rest of the season.
Former Inter transfer official Gabriele Oriali has advised the San Siro giants to keep hold of Thiago Motta.
Inter captain Javier Zanetti is delighted that his teammates have been able to silence their critics.
Italian giants Inter could end the season as Italian champions, says Nerazzurri playmaker Wesley Sneijder.
Alessio Cerci is on the verge of leaving Fiorentina for Genoa, reports in Italy are suggesting.
Lazio transfer official Igli Tare has responded to questions about possible bids for Keisuke Honda and Milos Krasic.
Milan will reportedly hold transfer talks with Catania on Monday in an effort to do a deal for Maxi Lopez.
Inter have confirmed that they plan to send new signing Juan Jesus on loan to Novara for the rest of the season.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Edy Reja felt “even a draw would’ve been a tight result” for Lazio considering their performance against Inter.
Claudio Ranieri was far from happy with Inter’s victory over Lazio. “The only thing I liked about this performance was the result.”
Cesare Prandelli has opened the door for Francesco Totti’s return at Euro 2012. “Why not? If he’s in good shape...”
Diego Milito and Giampaolo Pazzini fought back from a Tommaso Rocchi opener as Inter fly past Lazio into fourth place.
Brescia made short work of bottom of the table Nocerina to climb up the Serie B standings.
Juan Jesus has confirmed his medical went well for Inter and he’ll be in the stands for tonight’s game with Lazio.
Inter have reshuffled for tonight’s clash with Lazio, though Wesley Sneijder is again on the bench, while Tommaso Rocchi partners Miroslav Klose.
Francesco Guidolin felt Udinese were lazy, while Vincenzo Montella criticised Catania's finishing.
Siena 1-1 Napoli Giuseppe Sannino: “We moved up the table and advanced a point ahead of the others in the relegation race. I am happy...
Bortolo Mutti and Pasquale Marino both had issues with their defenders after an eight-goal game.
Attilio Tesser complained about refereeing errors, but Max Allegri said Milan's win was never in doubt.
Serse Cosmi hailed Lecce's character, but Domenico Di Carlo berated Chievo for letting go.
Davide Ballardini and Delio Rossi admit the goalless draw was inevitable.
Pasquale Marino was “bitter” as Genoa threw away a lead in Palermo to lose 5-3. “We were too distracted.”
Delio Rossi admits Fiorentina’s performance in Cagliari “was not brilliant,” but warns the club not to sell Valon Behrami.
Francesco Guidolin feels Udinese have “turned the logic of football upside down” with their continuing success.
Walter Mazzarri warns Napoli fans not to be disappointed at the latest setback, because “perhaps last season can never be repeated.”
Massimiliano Allegri concedes Urby Emanuelson is better as a full-back and notes Milan “are favourites for the Scudetto along with Juventus.”
Stefano Pioli rues missed chances and Roberto Donadoni reveals why Stefano Morrone left at half-time.
Palermo played an eight-goal thriller, Napoli and Lecce snatched draws, Udinese celebrated, but Fiorentina stalled in Sardinia.
Goran Pandev snatched a last-gasp point for Napoli in Siena after Edinson Cavani’s penalty was saved.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic bagged a brace around Robinho’s tap-in, as Milan cruised to a 3-0 victory in Novara.
Cagliari-Fiorentina has had its kick-off delayed by at least 30 minutes due to a strike that has blocked the two team buses.
Napoli have Ezequiel Lavezzi back on the bench, but stick with Goran Pandev for their tricky trip to Siena.
Palermo give Emiliano Viviano his debut in goal, as Genoa go with their Alberto Gilardino-Rodrigo Palacio partnership.

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