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Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has dismissed speculation that Massimiliano Allegri is fighting to save his job.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Mario Balotelli “does miss Serie A, but he doesn’t want to leave Manchester City,” insisted his agent, who again blasted tabloid newspapers for their coverage.
Roberto Mancini has confirmed Mario Balotelli will “probably” be sold after another red card, fuelling speculation of an Inter comeback. “I am finished.”
Massimo Cellino has admitted that he recently almost bought Triestina, the club whose stadium hosted his Cagliari yesterday.
Davide Lanzafame is struggling for games at Catania, but he wants to continue his career with the Sicilian club.
Chief of the Italy national team’s medical staff Enrico Castellacci has cast his eye over Juventus’ secrets to avoiding injuries this season.
Parma have cast some doubt over the future of Sebastian Giovinco – by admitting he could stay at the club!
Milan have three players suspended for Tuesday’s game with Chievo, while Napoli miss two defenders against Atalanta.
Despite reportedly telling local journalists the opposite, Massimo Cellino has come out to deny that he will quit as Cagliari President.
Juventus will reportedly have upwards of €80m to spend in the summer transfer market, according to a report in Italy.
Should he leave Inter this summer, Andrea Ranocchia is reportedly interested in a link-up with one of three former Coaches.
Catania boss Vincenzo Montella has underlined Francesco Totti’s importance to Eternal City outfit Roma.
Reports suggest that it is a two-horse race to replace Pantaleo Corvino as sporting director at Fiorentina.
After a day of unexpected results including the top team losing and relegation candidates thrashing Roma, Dave Taylor picks his best XI.
Former Roma director Gian Paolo Montali was in favour of keeping Coach Vincenzo Montella at the club for 2011-12.
Bari are not surprised by reports linking boss Vincenzo Torrente with a possible job in Serie A next season.
Siena boss Giuseppe Sannino has underlined that the talented Mattia Destro is still not the finished product.
Inter had the opportunity to sign Kaka before Milan netted his signature in the summer of 2003, Gabriele Oriali has revealed.
Alessandro Diamanti has admitted that he’d like to remain at Bologna for the 2012-13 campaign.
Massimiliano Allegri sniped “some couldn’t wait for us to lose,” but insists his job is not on the line as speculation grows Milan will fire him if he fails to win the Scudetto.
Serie B side Albinoleffe have sacked Valter Salvioni and promoted Alessio Pala from the youth team after a run of six consecutive defeats.
Inter directors are fuelling speculation of Mario Balotelli’s return from Manchester City. “We’ll see in a few months, but we never closed the door to him.”
Mauricio Pinilla reacted sarcastically to his red card for over-celebrating against Inter. “Next time I score, I’ll just burst into tears.”
Bortolo Mutti applauds a decimated Palermo’s efforts against Juventus, especially Milan Milanovic, who played on with a fractured nose.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Walter Mazzarri was furious after a 3-1 defeat to Lazio. “Napoli deserved to win and there was a stonewall penalty” on Goran Pandev.
Edy Reja believes tonight’s victory over Napoli “is worth double because it’s a head-to-head” as Lazio fly towards the Champions League.
Goran Pandev scored against his old club, but a sensational Stefano Mauri overhead kick gave Lazio the 3-1 victory over Napoli to consolidate third place.
Antonio Conte prefers “to lead because that way you depend on nobody except yourself,” and told Juventus they must work hard to stay top of Serie A.
Leonardo Bonucci says Juventus are top of the table now and “we want to hold on tight. It’s a dream and we live it with the dagger between our teeth.”
This is to all intents and purposes a play-off for the third Champions League berth, as Napoli have to revamp their tactics to take on stuttering Lazio.
Juventus dominated against a decimated Palermo and the 2-0 victory puts them top of the Serie A table on Easter weekend!
Francesco Guidolin insists Udinese are having a marvellous campaign, but Roberto Donadoni wanted a red card.
Attilio Tesser believes Novara deserved all three points and Alberto Malesani tries to revitalise Genoa on his comeback.

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