Legendary Italian goalkeeper Dino Zoff doesn’t think that Gigi Buffon will be psychologically affected by his howler for Juventus last night.
Marco Motta says he’ll return to Juventus once his Catania loan ends and then wait for any developments.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has revealed that boss Bortolo Mutti is unlikely to be handed a new contract.
Siena striker Mattia Destro says it would be an honour for him to partner Miroslav Klose at Lazio next season.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani claims the club have no plans to revamp their attacking options in the summer.
Diego Fabbrini will remain at Udinese next season despite so far failing to become a regular first teamer at the Stadio Friuli.
Bologna boss Stefano Pioli hopes he’ll be able to count on Alessandro Diamanti and Gaston Ramirez next season.
Sacked Fiorentina boss Delio Rossi has been handed a three-month ban by the disciplinary panel for his attack on Adem Ljajic.
Relegation threatened Lecce have failed in their bid to get their game against Fiorentina switched to Sunday afternoon.
Fiorentina have confirmed that Vincenzo Guerini will take charge of the last two games of the season following the dismissal of Delio Rossi.
Dave Taylor picks his best XI after another surprising set of results in the midweek round.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi regrets not hiring new boss Gigi De Canio earlier in the campaign.
Inter President Massimo Moratti has conceded that his club will inadvertently help one of their great rivals – Milan or Juventus – to the title.
A bruised Fiorentina can ensure Serie A survival for another season this weekend, but they face a direct confrontation with Lecce.
Milan’s Sulley Muntari is praying that title rivals Juventus drop more points between now and the end of the season.
Vincenzo Guerini will be named as the new Fiorentina Coach for the rest of the season after the dismissal of Delio Rossi.
The Cagliari-Juventus game has been switched to an evening kick-off so that it takes place at the same time as the Milan derby.
Atalanta boss Stefano Colantuono insists players must respect Coaches after Fiorentina’s Delio Rossi attacked Adem Ljajic.
Andrea Bertolacci may have benefited from Gigi Buffon’s mistake, but the Lecce man is hoping it doesn’t cost Juventus the Scudetto.
Claudio Marchisio has backed teammate Gigi Buffon to bounce back after his error cost Juventus victory against Lecce.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Watch the incredible moment when Fiorentina Coach Delio Rossi punched Adem Ljajic in a dugout brawl.
Andrea Stramaccioni cursed “three fatal minutes” that cost Inter the points in Parma, but insists it won’t ruin their campaign.
Fiorentina have officially fired Delio Rossi after he attacked Adem Ljajic in a dugout brawl. “Unfortunately we had to take this decision.”
Massimiliano Allegri says Milan “still believe and always believed” after cutting Juventus’ lead to just one point.
Antonio Conte admits Juventus “wasted a bonus,” but defended Gigi Buffon for his howler and continued to target the Scudetto.
Delio Rossi punched Fiorentina player Adem Ljajic in a dugout brawl, while Inter lost in Parma, Lazio drew and Udinese won despite a phantom goal.
Milan saw off Atalanta in a local derby and incredibly close to within a point of leaders Juventus!
Juventus have shot themselves in the foot with a Gianluigi Buffon howler that allowed 10-man Lecce a draw in Turin!
Stevan Jovetic has dropped out of tonight’s game, so Fiorentina must face Novara in a relegation dogfight without their star player.
Juventus have a tough task and look to Mirko Vucinic against his former club, as Serse Cosmi’s desperate Lecce come to Turin ready to cause an upset.
Antonio Cassano starts again with Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Kevin-Prince Boateng as Milan welcome Atalanta.
Inter have Diego Milito, Wesley Sneijder and the returning Walter Samuel in the starting XI for their trip to Parma this evening.
Ezequiel Lavezzi insists he is not upset after Napoli dropped him against Palermo. “We’ll do everything to make another dream come true.”
President Maurizio Zamparini has threatened to leave Palermo because “referees hate me and after Calciopoli the situation is even worse.”