NEWS

Walter Mazzarri hopes “sport wins” in Juventus-Inter tonight after the team bus was attacked.
Juventus take on Inter in the Derby d’Italia and an increasingly bitter grudge match.
Serie B side Padova have officially sacked Coach Bortolo Mutti after a 4-1 home defeat to Carpi.
Alberto Malesani did not see the right reaction from Sassuolo, while Andrea Mandorlini hailed Verona's second half.
Eugenio Corini rues Chievo's start and Edy Reja praises the Lazio performance.
Rolando Maran looks on the bright side, but Domenico Di Carlo has regrets.
Edy Reja said Lazio “answered critics” after a 2-0 win at Chievo, reiterated players turned them down and Hernanes “didn’t tell the whole truth.”
It’s reported Milan have agreed terms with goalkeeper Michael Agazzi, who will be out of contract in June.
Rafa Benitez concedes Napoli paid the price for “individual errors” in a 3-0 defeat to Atalanta.
Stefano Colantuono explained Atalanta’s approach to beat Napoli 3-0. “We knew they weren’t very sharp.”
Error-prone Napoli were crushed by Atalanta, Lazio sank Chievo, Verona ruined Alberto Malesani’s Sassuolo debut and Catania-Livorno was a six-goal thriller.
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni admits there are problems finding a new date for the game with Parma, which was rained off today.
Roma-Parma has been called off due to a waterlogged pitch, so will have to be played on another day.
Sinisa Mihajlovic fired up the fans ahead of Monday’s Genoa Derby. “Sampdoria fans have already won.”
Lazio director Igli Tare reveals Fabio Quagliarella “gave the all-clear for the summer” after refusing a January transfer.
Lazio begin life without Hernanes and do so with a tricky visit to Chievo.
Napoli need to get back to winning ways, but face a very difficult trip to Atalanta without Gonzalo Higuain.
Roma look to Francesco Totti, Gervinho and Miralem Pjanic against Antonio Cassano’s on-form Parma.
Rolando Maran believes it is “possible” for Catania to stay in Serie A as they go head-to-head with Livorno.
Roma, Inter, Milan, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City are in the International Champions Cup, but Juventus pull out.
Stefano Colantuono acknowledges “Napoli are superior, but Atalanta can play for a result” in Bergamo.
Inter defender Hugo Campagnaro warns “Juventus never give up” ahead of tonight’s Derby d’Italia.
According to newspapers, Dani Osvaldo won’t make his Juventus debut yet because he left Southampton in bad shape.
President Claudio Lotito reveals he was “forced” to accept Inter’s offer for Hernanes. “Players have too much power.”
Alberto Malesani makes his Sassuolo debut against Verona, his old club, and welcomes a host of new signings.
Parma prepared to take on Roma by visiting Pope Francis in the Vatican. “It was a great honour.”
Domenico Di Carlo believes Livorno “can achieve safety” with new arrivals Ishak Belfodil and Djamel Mesbah.
New prospective Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino insists he didn’t sack manager Brian McDermott, nor does he intend to.
Sassuolo signing Paolo Cannavaro admits he “wanted to end my career at Napoli, but I wasn’t given the chance. I stayed silent.”
Tonight Juventus and Inter renew their bitter rivalry, but first Roma host Parma and Napoli face a tricky Atalanta test.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Clarence Seedorf explained his midfield picks and tactical choices after Milan’s 1-1 draw with Torino. “We need to spread the play.”
Giampiero Ventura was left to rue Torino’s missed opportunity to take all three points from Milan.
Adil Rami’s debut Serie A goal cancelled out Ciro Immobile as Milan were held to a 1-1 draw by Torino.
Cagliari defender Davide Astori’s agent confirms “Galatasaray and Roberto Mancini want him.”

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