NEWS

Marek Hamsik had “a magical night” in Naples against Manchester City and confirms his wife is alright after a carjacking incident.
Mario Balotelli tells his Manchester City teammates “qualification is still open” after defeat in Naples.
Claudio Ranieri likes the fact Inter started “with a handicap and ended on a high” against Trabzonspor.
Walter Mazzarri believes Napoli “achieved something incredible” by defeating multi-million pound Manchester City.
Edinson Cavani was exhilarated as his brace helped Napoli beat Manchester City. “We must enjoy this wonderful moment for us and our fans.”
Roberto Mancini insists Manchester City “should believe” they can qualify despite tonight’s defeat to Napoli.
Inter did enough with Ricky Alvarez’s goal and a 1-1 at Trabzonspor to secure they have won Group B.
Edinson Cavani’s sensational brace sank Manchester City 2-1 and put qualification in Napoli’s hands.
Lille’s victory away to CSKA Moscow has mathematically qualified Inter for the Champions League knockouts.
Inter welcome back two defenders and look to Diego Milito and Mauro Zarate as they take on Trabzonspor in Turkey.
Napoli’s Three Tenors face Mario Balotelli’s Manchester City in tonight’s Champions League showdown.
England manager Fabio Capello visited Roma’s training ground today. “I found many old friends.”
Catania have announced they will give Maxi Lopez “a very big fine. He cannot dare to criticise the Coach’s decisions.”
Roma director Walter Sabatini “won’t rule out” Marco Borriello’s January exit, as Genoa are rumoured to want the striker back.
Ahead of Lazio’s clash with Juventus, Edy Reja admits he “laughed” at the idea of Antonio Conte’s 4-2-4 system.
Roberto Mancini claims Manchester City will not be content with a point in Naples this evening. “This is our last chance.”
Kevin-Prince Boateng reveals why he retired from international duty with Ghana. “My knee has undergone six operations.”
Roma defender Simon Kjaer has targeted the next four League games as key to the Giallorossi achieving their ambitions this season.
Napoli have had preparations for their Champions League clash with Manchester City disrupted this morning by a fire scare in the hotel they were staying at.
Clarence Seedorf is looking forward to testing his mettle against Barcelona again in a game he describes as a spectacle.
Pablo Daniel Osvaldo has received support from Karl Heinz Rummenigge in the wake of the Roma forward’s incorrectly disallowed strike against Lecce.
Massimiliano Allegri has outlined his hopes, expectations and plan of attack in facing European champions Barcelona on Wednesday night.
Winning the Scudetto or qualifying for the Champions League is not a top priority for Udinese this term, insists Antonio Di Natale.
Palermo chief Maurizio Zamparini isn’t looking forward to seeing new Fiorentina boss Delio Rossi this weekend.
Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly agreed terms with Federico Balzaretti – now Palermo have to decide whether to sell in January or June.
Milan’s Alexandre Pato has conceded that he has much work to do if he is to be as good as Barcelona rival Lionel Messi.
Milan will have to play intelligently if they are to beat Barcelona on Wednesday, says forward Robinho.
Thiago Silva has revealed step one in trying to stop Barcelona ace Lionel Messi. “You pray,” said the Milan man.
Italian goalkeeping legend Dino Zoff says it is too soon to be comparing Federico Marchetti to Lazio idol Angelo Peruzzi.
French goalkeeper Sebastien Frey has praised under-pressure Genoa boss Alberto Malesani.
Forgotten Juventus defender Marco Motta is attracting the interest of foreign clubs, his agent has suggested.
Speaking at a poker event, Juventus goalkeeper Gigi Buffon says he’d bet on Milan winning Serie A this season.
Chievo ‘keeper Stefano Sorrentino has launched a surprising attack over his lack of involvement with the Italian national side.
The likes of Milan and Genoa have been told to forget about signing Fabio Quagliarella in January. “He’s staying at Juventus.”
Juventus are hoping to hijack Milan’s move for Fiorentina playmaker Riccardo Montolivo, according to reports.

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