NEWS

Juventus wasted dozens of chances, but still beat Novara 2-0 with Fabio Quagliarella’s first goal since December 2010.
It’s Maxi Lopez against Fabrizio Miccoli in the fiery Sicilian derby between Catania and Palermo.
Juventus ring the changes in the Derby di Piemonte, as Alessandro Del Piero, Fabio Quagliarella and Paolo De Ceglie get rare starts.
Inter have Giampaolo Pazzini and Diego Milito together looking for a third straight win against Adrian Mutu’s Cesena.
Siena President Massimo Mezzaroma said Milan only won last night “with an own goal and a penalty they wouldn’t even give on Mars.”
“At the moment Manchester City have rejected our offer for Carlos Tevez,” confirmed Milan chief Adriano Galliani.
Serse Cosmi insists today’s relegation dogfight with Parma is not “the last chance saloon” for Lecce.
Morgan De Sanctis tips Milan for the Scudetto, Napoli for a top five finish and himself for a spot at Euro 2012.
Daniele Arrigoni points out Cesena have ended Palermo’s 100 per cent home record, so there’s no reason why they can’t shock Inter today too.
Devis Mangia realises “the Sicilian derby is the mother of all games,” but had time for a tasty snack in his Palermo press conference.
Novara take on Juventus in their first Piemonte Derby for 55 years, but Attilio Tesser assures they “won’t clam up and defend.”
Prepare for all today’s Serie A games, including dramatic derbies in Turin and Sicily, plus key encounters Lazio-Udinese and Napoli-Roma.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Universidad de Chile have confirmed they’ve agreed to sell Eduardo Vargas to Napoli. “I am so happy, it’s a dream come true,” added the striker.
Atalanta Coach Stefano Colantuono was livid with the referee in Florence. “That wasn’t football. It was volleyball.”
Delio Rossi feels Fiorentina “lost the midfield” during their spectacular 2-2 draw with Atalanta.
Massimiliano Allegri admits Siena gave Milan problems, but hailed their patience and Antonio Nocerino.
It was a heart-stopping finale in Florence, as Atalanta turned the game around with German Denis before an acrobatic Stevan Jovetic equaliser.
Milan had a tougher job than expected, but eventually pushed Siena aside 2-0 with Antonio Nocerino and a dubious penalty.
Francesco Guidolin trusts his Udinese players “are stronger than me” in continuing their tour de force against Lazio and Juventus.
Milan have had to completely reshuffle their defence for tonight’s encounter with Siena at San Siro.
Chievo secured a 2-0 victory over Cagliari with Cyril Thereau and Gennaro Sardo on target.
Chilean media claim that Napoli have secured a €12m deal for hot property Eduardo Vargas.
Didier Deschamps points out “the Treble-winning Inter is gone,” but Marseille are still concerned at the Champions League draw.
Amauri’s agent announces he “considers Genoa to be a great squad and would be ready to join” from Juventus.
Vincenzo Montella believes Catania will be more motivated to give their fans a special moment in the derby against Palermo.
Serie B leaders Torino crumbled at Modena, but stay clear after Padova's four-goal thriller.
Edy Reja claims Miroslav Klose is better than Antonio Di Natale, as he hopes Lazio leapfrog Udinese in Sunday’s head-to-head.
Claudio Ranieri is still without Wesley Sneijder and tells Inter “it won’t be easy” against Cesena on Sunday.
Walter Mazzarri focuses Napoli entirely on Sunday’s clash with Roma and assures he “never gave the priority to the Champions League.”
Luis Enrique insists Francesco Totti “is happy at Roma and will continue to be the penalty taker” as they prepare to face Napoli.
Stefano Colantuono “would give blood” for Atalanta to get at least four points from Fiorentina and Cesena.
Antonio Conte is keeping Juventus on their toes ahead of the first Derby di Piemonte in 55 years against Novara.
Carlo Ancelotti believes Milan are “superior to Arsenal,” while Napoli can eliminate Chelsea.
Francesco Guidolin has some Europa League concerns about visiting PAOK, but concedes “we really can’t complain about the draw.”

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