Milan boss looks to Ibra
Massimiliano Allegri is expecting Zlatan Ibrahimovic to make an impact in the Champions League tie against Arsenal.
Viola on Jo-Jo and Montolivo
Fiorentina official Vincenzo Guerini has responded to questions about the futures of Stevan Jovetic and Riccardo Montolivo.
Juve could do with Giovinco
Juventus legend Antonello Cuccureddu believes that Sebastian Giovinco could become an important tool at the disposal of boss Antonio Conte.
Lodi committed to Catania
Francesco Lodi says he’s prepared to spend the rest of his career with current club Catania.
Serie A Team of Week 23
Dave Taylor picks his best XI from a round of games that started on Thursday and included two postponed matches…
Jovetic given fitness green light
Fiorentina will have Stevan Jovetic available for this week’s game against Napoli after initial fears over a knee problem.
Three banned for Mondonico
Nine players will be suspended for the Week 24 games – including three from relegation-threatened Novara.
Video: A door that should be locked
Questions are being asked about stadium safety at Bari’s San Nicola after the posting of a YouTube clip.
Destro an asset for Italy
Siena President Massimo Mezzaroma is convinced that Mattia Destro will be a future star of the Italian game.
Roma apologise for Siena setback
Roma director general Franco Baldini has asked the fans for forgiveness after the club’s 1-0 loss to Siena on Monday.
Flamini respects Arsenal threat
Mathieu Flamini knows it will be tough for his Milan side to overcome former club Arsenal in the Champions League.
Inter couldn’t keep Eto’o and Motta
Massimo Moratti insists that it was impossible for Inter to keep hold of Samuel Eto’o and Thiago Motta.
Parma open door for Del Piero
Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi has invited Alessandro Del Piero to the Stadio Tardini once he leaves Juventus.
‘Villas-Boas right for Inter’
Inter will be Andres Villas-Boas’ next destination should he part company with Chelsea, says the President of Porto.
Roma admit to Borini desire
Roma have confirmed that they intend to keep Fabio Borini once this season comes to an end.
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Enrique: 'Roma below our level'
Luis Enrique admits Roma and many of their stars were “clearly playing below their usual levels” in a defeat to Siena.
Sannino still admires Enrique
Siena boss Giuseppe Sannino tactically outsmarted Roma this evening, but “I continue to believe Luis Enrique is a great Coach.”
Napoli's Uruguayan Connection
Napoli made short work of Chievo and ended their five-match winless streak thanks to Uruguayan duo Miguel Angel Britos and Edinson Cavani.
Roma collapse in Siena
Roma absolutely dominated possession, but were surprisingly felled 1-0 by an Emanuele Calaio penalty in Siena.
Jovetic at risk for Napoli
Stevan Jovetic could miss Friday’s Serie A game between Fiorentina and Napoli, according to reports.
Napoli try to get back on track by welcoming Chievo to the San Paolo with a revamped defence.
Roma have Pablo Daniel Osvaldo back on the bench for tonight’s trip to Siena, as Fabio Borini and Federico Viviani get a chance to start.
Azzurrini face Scottish test
Italy’s Under-21 side will play a friendly against their Scottish counterparts on April 25 in Edinburgh.
Capello denies Anzhi meeting
Former England manager Fabio Capello has denied he’s in talks with Anzhi. “My only appointment is to pick up an award.”
Zamparini blasts Palermo defence
Maurizio Zamparini is already losing patience with Palermo Coach Bortolo Mutti. “I’m fed up and have told him things need to change.”
Prandelli: 'Cassano at Euro 2012'
Cesare Prandelli looks ahead to Euro 2012 with an Antonio Di Natale-Mario Balotelli partnership and “Antonio Cassano could come as our 24th man.”
Anzhi sack Coach for Capello?
Reports linking Fabio Capello with an immediate return to management are gathering pace as Russian side Anzhi sack their current Coach.
Milan’s Arsenal options boosted
Milan have been encouraged by the return of a number first-team names to training ahead of the Champions League meeting with Arsenal this week.
Ibra drops Champions League obsession
Ahead of Milan facing Arsenal in the Last 16 this week, Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he is no longer preoccupied with winning the Champions League.
Collina envisages refereeing changes
Former Serie A referee and current UEFA chief Pierluigi Collina believes the time has come for changes to be made to officiating in the game.
Reja admires Simeone’s charge
Edy Reja has revealed his fondness for midweek opponent Diego Simeone and also the points total he believes Lazio needs for Champions League football.
Barzagli at Juve until 2014
Centre-back Andrea Barzagli is on the verge of signing a new contract with Italian giants Juventus.
Inter will be back, says Mancini
Inter will be able to finish the campaign in third and thus qualify for the Champions League, says former boss Roberto Mancini.
Pinilla a surprise swoop for Cagliari
Cagliari have admitted that they were surprised when Palermo accepted their bid for Mauricio Pinilla in January.
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