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Ottmar Hitzfeld has named his 23-man Switzerland squad for the World Cup and included five Serie A-based players.
The Gazzetta dello Sport once more report that Milan officials have recently been in contact with Luciano Spalletti.
Stephan El Shaarawy has reiterated his hope at making Cesare Prandelli’s provisional Italy squad for the World Cup.
Reports are Cesare Prandelli’s key decision in naming his provisional Italy squad for the World Cup is between Giuseppe Rossi and Emanuele Giaccherini.
Cesare Prandelli will today submit to FIFA the 30 players selected for Italy’s provisional World Cup squad.
Oscar Tabarez has today named Uruguay’s provisional World Cup squad of 25 players, including five Serie A names.
Costa Rica’s Jose Luis Pinto has released the list of 26 men included in his provisional squad for the summer’s World Cup.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Fiorentina Coach Vincenzo Montella has again stressed he will remain in charge at the Artemio Franchi next season.
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli does not believe Giorgio Chiellini’s elbow on Roma’s Miralem Pjanic was a violent act.
The Giudice Sportivo has given Atalanta a suspended order to close their Curva Nord for one match.
Atalanta President Antonio Percassi has telephoned Milan C.E.O. Adriano Galliani to apologise for the racial abuse suffered by Kevin Constant yesterday.
It has been confirmed that Napoli’s Marek Hamsik has suffered an ankle injury and will miss this weekend’s match with Verona.
Napoli’s Giandomenico Mesto was thrilled by his side’s performance yesterday as they swept aside Sampdoria 5-2.
Torino’s Emiliano Moretti admits he has some regrets over his side’s 1-1 draw with Parma yesterday.
Fomer Catania Coach Luigi De Canio says he is not to blame for the club’s relegation from Serie A.
Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati is hoping for a ‘miracle’ that would see his side qualify for the Europa League.
A report in Il Tempo claims Lazio will make a decision within hours on the long term future of Edy Reja as Coach.
The Italian Press have today linked Gennaro Gattuso with a return to coaching at Czech outfit Viktoria Plzen. The former Milan and Rangers...
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has launched a critique on striker Mario Balotelli.
Ghana have named their provisional 26-man squad for this summer’s World Cup, including two Milan stars.
England boss Roy Hodgson has revealed the reasons why he has picked so many untested youngsters in his World Cup squad.
Sebastian Giovinco’s agent has conceded that his client’s future is still very much unresolved.
England have named their 23-man squad for this summer’s World Cup, including a number of youngsters.
Verona boss Andrea Mandorlini has claimed that he will stay at the club if Luca Toni extends his contract.
Tottenham will make an approach for Napoli boss Rafa Benitez, reports in England and Italy have suggested.
Inter playmaker Hernanes has revealed how difficult it was for him to face his former team on Saturday.
Napoli target Javier Mascherano has claimed that next weekend’s title decider with Atletico Madrid could be his last for Barcelona.
It is suggested in the Italian Press this afternoon that Inter will retire the No.4 shirt at the end of this season.
In the week the great Javier Zanetti played his last game at San Siro, Dave Taylor names him and another 10 supporting acts in his best XI from Round 37.
Miralem Pjanic’s new contract with Roma reportedly has bonuses in place to boost his earnings and a buyout clause.
Lazio are apparently one of a number of clubs ready to come in for Barcelona winger Ibrahim Afellay, should he leave the Catalan club.
Emanuele Giaccherini concedes that he has had a difficult season, but insists he is ready for Italy if Cesare Prandelli calls upon him.
Adriano Galliani has reportedly called Clarence Seedorf to clarify having allegedly called him ‘crazy’ at the weekend.
Milan’s Keisuke Honda and Inter’s Yuto Nagatomo have been named in Alberto Zaccheroni’s 23-man Japan squad for the World Cup.

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