‘Calm down, it’s only Serie A’
Catania chief Pietro Lo Monaco has called for less talk in the world of Italian football after Saturday’s controversial Milan-Juventus game.
Allegri calm after the storm
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri has looked to inject some calm following the furore in the aftermath of the Juventus clash.
Guidolin named Serie A’s best boss
Udinese tactician Francesco Guidolin has won the Panchina d’Oro for 2010-11 – the award handed out to Serie A’s best Coach.
Di Natale given Italy hope
Udinese ace Antonio Di Natale has been told that he can still make the Italy squad for the European Championship.
Corvino to pen Viola deal
Sporting director Pantaleo Corvino will reportedly sign a new contract with struggling Serie A side Fiorentina.
Inter to give Ranieri time?
Inter are considering giving boss Claudio Ranieri until the return leg of their Champions League tie against Marseille to save his job.
Buffon conscience is clear
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon has stood by his controversial post-match comments over the Milan goal that never was.
Zanetti desperate for a win
Inter captain Javier Zanetti insists the side should forget about their ambitions for the season. “Let’s win one match first.”
Sabatini worried by average Roma
Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini says the side run the risk of being considered as average given their inconsistent form.
Milan-Juventus: Now the bans…
The Milan-Juventus tie is set to be played out again on Monday as the sporting judge will rule on a number of controversial incidents.
Quit threat now in past, says Reja
Edy Reja says that Lazio must now look forward after the chaotic last few days in the Italian capital. “I often argue with Presidents.”
El Shaarawy handed U-21 call
Milan teenager Stephan El Shaarawy has been added to the Italian Under-21 squad for this week’s friendly against France.
Thiago Silva calls for more assistance
Thiago Silva says three match officials are not enough for the big games after the events of Milan-Juventus on Saturday evening.
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Ranieri: 'Why should I resign?'
Claudio Ranieri insists Inter will emerge from their growing crisis. “Why are you all waiting for me to resign? It’s not going to happen.”
Mazzarri: 'Napoli dominated'
Walter Mazzarri feels Napoli “dominated” Inter and Ezequiel Lavezzi “can become the complete striker.”
Udinese conquer Bologna
Udinese celebrated Antonio Di Natale’s return with a controversial penalty in this victory at the Stadio Dall’Ara.
Lavezzi takes down Inter
Ezequiel Lavezzi scored the decisive goal as Napoli beat Inter 1-0 even after going down to 10 men.
Klose sinks Fiorentina
Miroslav Klose waltzed round the goalkeeper to give Lazio a 1-0 win over Fiorentina just hours after the Edy Reja saga concluded.
Italy: Borini in, Balotelli out
Fabio Borini has received his first senior Italy call-up, but Mario Balotelli is dropped for the friendly against the USA.
Antonio Di Natale is back in the Udinese starting XI after fracturing a bone in his foot and takes on Bologna.
After a chaotic week in which he resigned and changed his mind, Edy Reja leads Lazio out against Fiorentina this evening.
Inter have Diego Milito, Diego Forlan and Wesley Sneijder for tonight’s Last Chance Saloon trip to the Stadio San Paolo.
'De Rossi was late'
Roma have officially confirmed Daniele De Rossi “was late for a meeting and Luis Enrique would not forgive him. The rules are clear.”
Giuseppe Sannino thought the red card was the right decision, but Bortolo Mutti blames the referee.
Mimmo Di Carlo feels these are crucial points in the relegation race, as Mario Beretta admits it's getting tough.
Vincenzo Montella respected Novara, but Emiliano Mondonico gives Catania credit.
Davide Ballardini does not believe Cagliari deserved to lose, but Serse Cosmi says it's a special win for Lecce.
Colantuono's anti-Roma tactics
Stefano Colantuono reveals he analysed how to tear Roma apart before the game. “Roma have their philosophy that leaves a lot of space at the back.”
Mutti blames ref for defeat
Bortolo Mutti blames the referee for Palermo’s 4-1 defeat at Siena, especially after Federico Balzaretti was sent off within 73 seconds.
Pasquale Marino praised Genoa's reaction, but Roberto Donadoni rues the dropped points.
Enrique: 'Why I dropped De Rossi'
Luis Enrique explains he froze out Daniele De Rossi because “he did not seem prepared” for Roma’s 4-1 hammering against Atalanta.
Serie A: Palermo thrashed
Siena hammered Palermo 4-1 after a red card in the opening minute, while Catania, Chievo and Lecce earned important wins, but Mario Beretta's Cesena debut was ruined.
Denis hat-trick smashes Roma
Atalanta gave Roma a lesson in counter-attacking football, as a German Denis hat-trick sealed their 4-1 victory. Daniel Pablo Osvaldo and Marco Cassetti saw red.
Serie B: Brescia sink Torino
Brescia have beaten leaders Torino with an own goal in the rescheduled Serie B clash.
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