NEWS

Luigi De Canio has thanked Genoa President Enrico Preziosi, despite being sacked by the club eight games into the season.
Villarreal striker Giuseppe Rossi has hinted that he could make a move to Serie A in January, but remained coy on which club he may join.
Angelo Alessio has claimed that Juventus will not take anything for granted when they face Nordsjaelland in the Champions League.
Inter chief Massimo Moratti has played down suggestions that his side are the League’s anti-Juventus.
Nine players will sit out the Week 9 games after picking up bookings or red cards at the weekend.
Juventus director general Giuseppe Marotta has underlined that one player – even a top player – doesn’t make a team.
Parma have revealed that Roberto Donadoni has signed a new contract – although they have released no details about it.
After another enthralling round of Serie A action, Dave Taylor picks his best XI from the latest action.
Parma stopper Cristian Zaccardo has underlined how fierce the competition is in Serie A right now.
Lazio target Klaas Jan-Huntelaar won’t start contract talks with Schalke until the end of this year, his club have confirmed.
Adriano Galliani has revealed that he is behind the decision to send Milan’s players into a training retreat.
Gigi De Canio has been sacked by Genoa after the Rossoblu threw away a two-goal lead in the game against Roma.
Federico Balzaretti has revealed that he wouldn’t have extended his contract with Palermo had he remained in Sicily.
The agent of Andrea Consigli has cooled talk that the Atalanta man is of interest to Italian giants Milan.
Gigi Buffon and Mirko Vucinic are back in the Juventus squad for their Champions League game at Nordsjaelland on Tuesday.
The agent of Paul Pogba says he’s not surprised by his client’s encouraging start to life in Serie A with Juventus.
Andrea Ranocchia has played down talk that his Nerazzurri side are Serie A’s new anti-Juve. “We are Inter!”
Francesco Totti insists that his Roma side proved a point with their thrilling 4-2 victory at Genoa on Sunday.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri will drop Kevin Prince Boateng from his starting XI as he attempts to revive the struggling side.
Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella will spend this week trying to figure out how to replace David Pizarro in the game against Lazio.
Andreas Laudrup of Nordsjaelland is looking forward to facing Juventus – a former club of father Michael.
Esteban Cambiasso has applauded the efforts of new boss Andrea Stramaccioni for reviving the club’s fortunes.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Zdenek Zeman was content with Roma’s fightback and the ‘real’ Pablo Daniel Osvaldo and Daniele De Rossi. “Unfortunately I didn’t have them earlier.”
Gigi De Canio admits Genoa shot themselves in the foot after losing to Roma from a 2-0 lead. “Games do not last 15 minutes.”
Pablo Daniel Osvaldo was back with a bang – and a brace – for Roma. “If we continue playing like this, then we can win many games.”
Roma saw the good and the bad of Zemanlandia at Marassi, as they fought back from 2-0 down to beat Genoa 4-2!
Director Franco Baldini insists the row between Daniele De Rossi and Zdenek Zeman is over. “He makes his choices. Of course we won’t sell De Rossi.”
Roma pay a visit to Genoa this evening with Daniele De Rossi and Pablo Daniel Osvaldo back in the side, but Ciro Immobile has the flu.
Fiorentina vented their fury at the referees after the 1-1 draw with Chievo, as director Daniele Pradè insisted they “have objectively cost us points.”
Francesco Guidolin praised 10-man Udinese and Giovanni Stroppa saw a lack of Pescara character.
Roberto Donadoni is glad Amauri broke his drought, but Ciro Ferrara questions the referee.
Gian Piero Gasperini rues Palermo's poor finishing, while Giampiero Ventura appreciated the weakened Toro defence.
Eugenio Corini hailed Chievo's gritty performance, but Vincenzo Montella was angry with the referee.
Stefano Colantuono sees three fundamental points for Atalanta, but Serse Cosmi's assistant is bitter.

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