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Rodrigo Palacio says winning at Udinese was the only option for his Inter side on Sunday afternoon.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Giampiero Ventura was proud Torino “wrote a small page in the history books” by stopping the ‘perfect’ Roma.
Rudi Garcia was not too disappointed at losing Roma’s perfect record with Torino. “A point away from home is not negative.”
“It’s a shame, but you can’t win them all,” said Daniele De Rossi after Roma’s perfect record ended in Turin.
Alessio Cerci ended Roma’s 743-minute clean sheet and Torino cut off the run of 10 straight wins with a 1-1 draw.
Claudio Marchisio believes Juventus have rediscovered their solidity just in time to face Real Madrid in a “red-hot atmosphere.”
Barbara Berlusconi insists she “never asked” for Adriano Galliani to be sacked, but did suggest “a change in philosophy at Milan.”
Luca Toni can’t stop scoring for Verona and leaves the door open for the World Cup. “Cesare Prandelli will decide.”
There are reports Milan are planning huge changes, as Max Allegri and Adriano Galliani are at risk with Paolo Maldini due to come in.
Roma aim for a European record 11th straight opening win, but travel to Alessio Cerci’s goal-happy Torino in 4-2-4 vs 4-3-3.
Delio Rossi is confident he'll stay on as Sampdoria Coach, but Eusebio Di Francesco was taken ill.
Vladimir Petkovic tries to think positive for Lazio, while Gian Piero Gasperini hailed Genoa's best performance.
Andrea Mandorlini hailed Verona's concentration, but Diego Lopez is tired of Cagliari conceding early goals.
Davide Nicola admits Atalanta made life difficult for Livorno, while Stefano Colantuono tells off Carlos Carmona.
Vladimir Petkovic concedes Genoa “deserve compliments” for the victory, but remains “optimistic” on Lazio.
Walter Mazzarri saw an impressive Inter crush Udinese 3-0, above all an improvement on their away approach.
Francesco Guidolin confessed the defeat to Inter was “the worst home performance of my time with Udinese.”
Genoa shocked Lazio in Rome, Sassuolo won a seven-goal thriller at Sampdoria and Verona made it six in a row.
Inter scored twice early on to bag a precious 3-0 victory at the Stadio Friuli, Udinese’s second consecutive home defeat.
Howard Webb has been appointed as the referee for Juventus-Real Madrid in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Palermo earned a shock 2-0 victory away to Avellino, putting the teams level in fourth place.
Paulinho’s goal proved enough for Livorno’s first win in eight, but Atalanta had Carlos Carmona sent off after 34 minutes.
Lazio are forced to reshuffle again when welcoming Gian Piero Gasperini’s Genoa.
Inter aim to become only the second team in over a year to conquer the Stadio Friuli as they visit Udinese.
Parma have released a statement condemning their own supporters for an insulting banner against Juventus.
Stefano Pioli’s Bologna flew from a deep crisis to two consecutive victories, but the Coach warns “we must balance depression and euphoria.”
Paul Pogba scored the Juventus winner against Parma and now targets Real Madrid. “We need to win this time.”
Diego Lopez wants Cagliari to “give a response on the field” against Verona after their humiliating defeat to Bologna.
Livorno are in dire need of a boost and welcome Atalanta in a relegation dogfight.
Hellas Verona have a perfect home record this term, but Andrea Mandorlini warns Cagliari “won’t be easy.”
Stefano Colantuono admits to selection problems in the early kick-off when Atalanta visit Livorno.
There are reports Inter striker Mauro Icardi requires surgery to correct an on-going hernia problem.
Livorno have one point from their last five games and face Atalanta today, but Davide Nicola trusts in their “courage.”
Gervinho told French media he “dreamed of playing for Roma and Rudi Garcia is like a father to me.”

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