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Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Stevan Jovetic admits Manchester City watched CSKA Moscow-Roma and “celebrated a great deal.”
Director Mauro Baldissoni said Roma “mustn’t make a drama” out of their Champions League predicament.
Roma will qualify for the Champions League knockouts if they beat Manchester City, but a draw has to be 0-0.
Unfortunately for Roma, Manchester City beat 10-man Bayern Munich 3-2 with a Sergio Aguero hat-trick after Mehdi Benatia was sent off.
New Inter venue commercial director David Garth expects it to be “a beast of a job” and explained the problems with Serie A.
CSKA Moscow players Vasili Berezutski and Alan Dzagoev believe they deserved a point “and more” against Roma.
CSKA Moscow Coach Leonid Slutski praised his team for showing “skill and character” to hold Roma.
Roma captain Francesco Totti said CSKA Moscow’s last-second equaliser was “like getting punched by Mike Tyson.”
Morgan De Sanctis blamed Roma’s midfield and defence for allowing a last-gasp CSKA Moscow equaliser.
Rudi Garcia insists Roma’s Champions League “destiny is still in our hands” after a disappointing 1-1 draw at CSKA Moscow.
Alessandro Florenzi said Roma “basically deserved” to drop two points at CSKA Moscow after going too deep.
Francesco Totti’s fierce free kick was not enough for Roma in Moscow, as CSKA scored with the last kick for a 1-1 draw.
Massimiliano Allegri is confident Juventus will improve their Champions League away record at Malmo.
Carlos Tevez is concerned about the pitch ahead of a crucial Juventus Champions League trip to Malmo.
Cesare Prandelli insists he is not at Galatasaray “for the money,” hit back at critics and revealed broken promises.
Dries Mertens is back in Napoli training after being knocked unconscious, while there is also good news for Lorenzo Insigne.
Miralem Pjanic confirms he received “many offers, but I am interested only in Roma. I am happy here.”
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni is surprised they could secure Champions League qualification a round early.
Russia Coach Fabio Capello said he is “offended” by ex-assistant manager Christian Panucci’s accusations of “shameful” treatment.
Demetrio Albertini has reiterated his faith in Fernando Torres and suggests a more productive Milan midfield would be to his benefit.
Gokhan Inler’s agent says that his client did not want to consider offers from elsewhere in the summer, but is elusive on the midfielder’s future at Napoli.
Michael Essien is encouraged by Milan’s performance in the derby with Inter and rues the Rossoneri’s missed opportunity to win the game.
Alessandro Florenzi starts at right-back for Roma against CSKA Moscow, whilst Adem Ljajic is picked ahead of Miralem Pjanic.
Following the return of Serie A after an international break Dave Taylor picks his best XI from Week 12.
Juventus are reportedly increasingly concerned with Kwadwo Asamoah’s inflamed knee, which could require surgery.
The Lega Serie A have banned Atalanta’s Richmond Boakye for two games, and handed one game suspensions to five others.
The Lega Serie A have attributed Genoa’s equalising goal against Palermo to Luca Antonelli, instead of Andrea Bertolacci.
Christian Panucci believes Roma are favourites over CSKA Moscow today, but that the Russians carry confidence and danger too.
Juventus are able to include Patrice Evra and Angelo Ogbonna in their squad to play Malmo, but not Kwadwo Asamoah.
Magnus Eriksson believes that Malmo will be more confident in taking on Juventus in the Champions League at home.
Age Hareide says that Malmo will face Juventus tomorrow evening without fear and confident of being able to achieve a result.
Napoli have revealed their squad for Thursday’s trip to Prague, with Dries Mertens still absent.
Juventus are said to be considering a move for Barcelona’s Dani Alves, but would face competition from Manchester United.

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