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Roma will be a major threat in Serie A next season, says Siena boss Giuseppe Sannino.
Parma boss Roberto Donadoni thinks that Juventus’ refereeing protests show a lack of class.
Soon to be Milan President Silvio Berlusconi insists his side are a stronger outfit than title rivals Juventus.
Inter and Juventus look to return to winning ways with home fixtures in Week 24, whilst Lecce and Siena face off in the relegation battle.
Juventus ace Andrea Pirlo was amazed that he wasn’t awarded a penalty in last night’s 0-0 draw at Parma.
Juventus director Pavel Nedved has applauded the players for their efforts at Parma, but was annoyed by the performance of the referee.
Julio Cesar may be rested as a precaution in Inter’s Serie A game against Bologna on Friday night.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Arsene Wenger believes Arsenal’s hopes of knocking Milan out of the Champions League are all but gone. “Statistically it's too big a deficit.”
Zlatan Ibrahimovic admits “you don’t get to beat 4-0 Arsenal every day” and reveals why he let loose with such a loud celebration.
Massimiliano Allegri still wasn’t entirely content with Milan’s demolition of Arsenal, as “we could’ve won 6-0 and ought to take our chances.”
Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny hailed Zlatan Ibrahimovic as “up there as one of the best strikers I've played against.”
Brace hero Robinho isn’t resting on his laurels, as he warns Milan “need the same grit in the second leg” after thrashing Arsenal 4-0.
Milan absolutely dominated Arsenal in the first leg of their Champions League clash, winning 4-0 with Kevin-Prince Boateng, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and a Robinho brace.
Antonio Conte was furious at the referee after their draw in Parma. “They won’t give us a penalty even if we get killed.”
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti said “the important thing is not to leave Arsenal any space to run into and it’s crucial we do not concede.”
Milan have Kevin-Prince Boateng back with Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Robinho against Robin Van Persie’s Arsenal tonight.
Giorgio Chiellini hit the woodwork and there were penalty appeals from Emanuele Giaccherini, Andrea Pirlo and Sebastian Giovinco, but Parma stalled Juventus 0-0.
Atalanta earned a tight 1-0 win over Genoa thanks to Guido Marilungo, although both teams rattled the woodwork and there were penalty appeals.
Walter Mazzarri’s appeal against a two-match Champions League ban was rejected, so he’ll miss both legs of Napoli-Chelsea.
Francesco Guidolin urges Udinese to focus on PAOK in the Europa League and not on injuries to Antonio Di Natale and Mauricio Isla.
Stefano Mauri has officially extended his contract with Lazio until June 2014, announced the Roman club.
Italy have risen in the FIFA World Ranking to number eight after good results under Cesare Prandelli.
Juventus have Mirko Vucinic and Alessandro Matri in their 3-5-2 line-up against Sebastian Giovinco’s Parma this afternoon.
There have been clashes in Milan between around 200 drunk Arsenal fans and riot police in which one supporter suffered a slight head injury.
Palermo defender Matias Silvestre will probably be targeted by a top club at the end of the season, says his agent.
Zenit St Petersburg boss Luciano Spalletti wouldn’t be surprised to see Fabio Capello join Anzhi.
Valeri Bojinov feels that Juventus would be the right place for Parma star Sebastian Giovinco to be playing his football.
Former Italian international Matteo Ferrari is on the verge of signing a contract with Montreal Impact, the club have confirmed.
Julio Sergio has revealed that he rejected the opportunity to leave relegation-threatened Lecce last month.
Milan have refused to comment on whether Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez is still a transfer target.
Genoa have admitted that they may struggle over the next month while Alberto Gilardino is sidelined with injury.
Parma boss Roberto Donadoni has named a 20-man squad for this evening’s Serie A game against Juventus.
Ezequiel Lavezzi has cooled rumours of a summer exit by suggesting that he will remain at Napoli.
Gennaro Gattuso accepts that Milan were right to leave him out of their Champions League squad.

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