NEWS

Genoa’s last two homes games of the season will be played behind closed doors after yesterday’s events at Marassi.
Dave Taylor picks his fantasy best XI from the latest round of Serie A matches.
Lecce have admitted that they expect to lose Juan Cuadrado and Luis Muriel at the end of the campaign – whether they stay up or not.
Inter will probably travel to Udinese in midweek without captain Javier Zanetti and defender Cristian Chivu.
Simone Perrotta has asked for patience after his Roma side were thumped 4-0 by Juventus on Sunday night.
Palermo say that there is a “99 per cent” possibility that Siena’s Giorgio Perinetti will become their new sporting director.
There has been another change to the Italian Under-21 squad after Roma’s Federico Viviani replaced Luca Marrone of Juventus.
Catania transfer guru Pietro Lo Monaco has confirmed that he will leave the Sicilian outfit in the summer.
There are just three Serie A players named in the Italian Under-21 squad for Wednesday’s friendly in Scotland.
Stefano Pioli says he expects to still be in charge of Bologna next season after masterminding their probable survival.
Cesare Prandelli could reportedly quit the Italian national side after Euro 2012 to become the new boss of Inter.
Siena won’t be rushed into making a decision about Mattia Destro, says Vice-President Valentina Mezzaroma.
Andrea Barzagli has revealed the three key ingredients behind Juventus’ somewhat unexpected Scudetto push.
Relegation threatened Genoa have confirmed that Gigi De Canio is their new boss after Alberto Malesani was sacked for the second time this season.
Roma’s Erik Lamela could be facing suspension and a fine for allegedly spitting at Juventus’ Stephan Lichtsteiner.
Gigi Buffon has paid tribute to the defensive qualities of leaders Juventus – an aspect aided by midfield warrior Arturo Vidal.
Milan defender Ignazio Abate insists the Scudetto race is still alive despite Juventus’ sprint towards the title.
Arturo Vidal has underlined that Juventus still have a fight on their hands to win the Scudetto. “It’s not over yet.”
Milan midfielder Mark Van Bommel has no idea whether he is part of the club’s plans for the future.
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Antonio Conte insisted Juventus did not have it “easy” when steamrollering Roma, but “our ambitions have no limits.”
Luis Enrique gave credit to Juventus and explained his decision to drop Francesco Totti, but acknowledged Roma’s “game was over after 10 minutes.”
There are reports that Genoa will sack Alberto Malesani for the second time this season to bring in Gigi De Canio.
Juventus soar towards the Scudetto after steamrollering 10-man Roma 4-0 with Arturo Vidal’s brace, Andrea Pirlo and Claudio Marchisio.
AIC President Damiano Tommasi warns “the ultras think they are the owners of football. The jersey ransom is unacceptable.”
Mirko Vucinic and Fabio Quagliarella lead the Juventus line against Roma’s Fabio Borini and Pablo Osvaldo, as Francesco Totti is dropped.
Edy Reja felt bitter at dropping points, but Serse Cosmi noted Lecce absolutely deserved a draw.
President Enrico Preziosi calls for Genoa to reflect, but Giuseppe Sannino sees Siena's objective at hand.
Mario Beretta and Bortolo Mutti both feel their teams could've taken all three points in this thriller.
Stefano Pioli is happy for Bologna to take the role of Scudetto deciders after holding Milan. “We don’t do anyone any favours.”
Federation President Giancarlo Abete has warned ultras in Genoa that the “climate of violence is unacceptable. They cannot bow to these people.”
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi was flabbergasted after ultras “held us hostage” by suspending the game with Siena for 40 minutes.
Edy Reja could not hide his bitterness after Lazio conceded a stoppage-time equaliser against Lecce.
Massimiliano Allegri will not shelve Milan’s Scudetto dreams despite today’s setback against Bologna. “We might deserve it.”
Genoa's 4-1 defeat to Siena was suspended for 40 minutes when angry ultras demanded the players take off their shirts, as they were “unworthy” of wearing them.

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