Palladino apologises to Parma
Raffaele Palladino has apologised to Parma Coach Franco Colomba for his furious reaction to a substitution.
'Does Tevez want money or prestige?'
Silvio Berlusconi warned Carlos Tevez he must choose between PSG’s money or “a prestigious club like Milan where he can win everything.”
Di Natale respects Celtic
Antonio Di Natale warns Udinese they are “gambling with the sacrifices of last season” in the Europa League decider with Celtic.
Lazio reach Europa knockouts
Lazio are through to the Europa League knockouts after a 2-0 victory over Sporting Lisbon and Vaslui’s defeat to Zurich.
Guidolin: 'Celtic like a Final'
Francesco Guidolin says it's like a Final against Celtic, but won’t confirm whether Antonio Di Natale will start for Udinese in the Europa League crunch match.
Hamsik sets Napoli target
Marek Hamsik believes Napoli can climb back up the table before Christmas with “six points against Roma and Genoa.”
Corluka wants Roma
Tottenham defender Vedran Corluka would be happy to join Roma in January, confirmed his agent.
Line-ups: Lazio - Sporting
Lazio’s last throw of the Europa League dice is against Sporting Lisbon at 18.00 UK time.
Fan Passport ruled illegal
The ‘Fan Passport’ has been ruled illegal in Italy due to the payment system, so the Government must find another way to tackle hooliganism.
Gasperini still rates Milito
Diego Milito is still a top player, says Gian Piero Gasperini – his former boss at both Genoa and Inter.
De Biasi named Albania boss
Italian tactician Gianni De Biasi has been confirmed as the new Coach of the Albanian national side.
Rossi won’t give up on Euro 2012
Villarreal ace Giuseppe Rossi says he is fighting to be fully fit for Italy’s Euro 2012 campaign next summer.
Padova beat Torino after 11 days
Padova have beaten Torino 1-0 in their Serie B encounter this afternoon – 11 days after the game originally kicked off.
Calciopoli talks end with no peace
Those present at Wednesday’s Calciopoli peace talks have admitted that nothing has changed after a four-hour meeting.
Milan suffer Yepes loss
Italian champions Milan could be without Mario Yepes until March after he picked up an injury.
Video: Happy Christmas from Juve
Juventus have wished their fans a Merry Christmas with the release of a somewhat bizarre video where even Milos Krasic gets a gift!
Napoli ponder Borriello loan
Napoli have emerged as a contender to sign Marco Borriello from Roma during the January transfer window.
Simplicio wanted by Genoa
Genoa boss Alberto Malesani has asked his club for a specific Christmas gift – Roma midfielder Fabio Simplicio.
Fiorentina made Santon move
Fiorentina were close to once signing Newcastle defender Davide Santon while he was at Inter, it has been revealed.
Milan receive Abbiati boost
Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati could return to the starting XI for Saturday’s Serie A game against Siena.
Samp told not to sign Inzaghi
Sampdoria legend Gianluca Pagliuca has warned his former club to not make a January bid for Milan’s Pippo Inzaghi.
‘Juve should have kept Caceres’
Former Juventus sporting director Alessio Secco has revealed why the club opted against keeping Martin Caceres.
We need a new striker, say Genoa
Genoa have confirmed that they will attempt to sign a new centre-forward during the January transfer window.
Milan face competition for Lopez
Catania have claimed that Milan are not the only team interested in signing Maxi Lopez during the January transfer window.
Calciopoli peace talks begin
A meeting with the intention of archiving Calciopoli for good has begun in Rome on Wednesday morning.
Crespo confirms Parma exit
Veteran Parma striker Hernan Crespo has confirmed that this will be his last campaign in Serie A.
Malesani has Inter regrets
Genoa boss Alberto Malesani was left frustrated by Tuesday’s Serie A defeat at home to Inter.
Inter happy with three more points
Inter boss Claudio Ranieri was delighted with victory in Genoa last night. “It was important to leave Marassi with a win.”
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Palermo and Siena's eight-goal thriller
Siena are through to the Coppa Italia quarter-finals after overcoming Palermo on penalties after a thrilling high-score extra-time draw.
Genoa's Marchiori OK after scare
Genoa youngster Alberto Marchiori caused concern and halted play during his side’s match with Inter after collapsing on the sidelines.
Inter triumph again in Genoa
Inter held off a late Genoa surge to win three crucial points thanks to Yuto Nagatomo’s second-half header.
Di Vaio: ‘Being benched helped me’
Marco Di Vaio has reflected on his return to goal-scoring form and has thanked both his current and former Bologna Coaches for their help.
Arrigoni: Don’t forget the table
Daniele Arrigoni has warned Cesena not to get carried away after recent praise for their turnaround in form.
Sannino keen to end crisis in Sicily
Under-pressure Coach Giuseppe Sannino is targeting a Coppa Italia win over Palermo to help end Siena’s current problems.
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