NEWS

Ezequiel Lavezzi scored the decisive goal as Napoli beat Inter 1-0 even after going down to 10 men.
Miroslav Klose waltzed round the goalkeeper to give Lazio a 1-0 win over Fiorentina just hours after the Edy Reja saga concluded.
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.
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.
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.”
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.
Luis Enrique explains he froze out Daniele De Rossi because “he did not seem prepared” for Roma’s 4-1 hammering against Atalanta.
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.
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.
Brescia have beaten leaders Torino with an own goal in the rescheduled Serie B clash.
Roma have replaced Francesco Totti and Daniele De Rossi for their trip to Atalanta with Fabio Borini, Daniel Pablo Osvaldo and Marquinho.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis assures a new stadium will help keep Ezequiel Lavezzi and Edinson Cavani at the club.
Milan patron Silvio Berlusconi blasted Juventus and the officials. “Our mission is to be stronger than envy, misfortune and injustice.”
Bortolo Mutti is fresh from thrashing Lazio 5-1, but wants the next step up from Palermo against Siena. “We want our first away win.”
Stefano Colantuono believes Atalanta “must attack” Roma today and concedes Francesco Totti’s ban “is an advantage.”
Christian Abbiati and Urby Emanuelson believe the ‘phantom’ goal would’ve changed the game in Milan-Juventus.
Gianluigi Buffon reveals even if he had realised Sulley Muntari’s effort had crossed the line, he “certainly wouldn’t have told the referee!”
Claudio Ranieri risks the sack as Inter travel to on-form Napoli, while Roma visit Atalanta and Edy Reja takes back control in Lazio-Fiorentina.
Antonio Nocerino has been a sensation for Milan this season and hopes “someone at Juventus is feeling regret at seeing me play like this.”
Alessandro Matri admits it was particularly special to score against his former club and “perhaps it’s lucky my goal was disallowed.”
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Antonio Conte admitted “Milan deserved more” than a point, but engaged in a row on live TV because “both refereeing errors were equal.”
Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri mocked Juventus after a phantom goal. “It falsified the result. I am entertained by all this.”
Robinho has warned the officials that the ‘phantom goal’ denied to Milan tonight “can decide the Scudetto. It was so clear!”
Antonio Nocerino and Alessandro Matri secured a 1-1 draw, but both Milan and Juventus were denied evident goals in a controversial encounter!
In a shock turnaround, Edy Reja announces "I'm staying at Lazio - now and in the future!"
Former England manager Fabio Capello is in the stands at San Siro for tonight’s Milan-Juventus. “I’d say it’s going to be a wonderful match.”

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