NEWS

Torino have named a 19-man squad for their home Europa League clash with HJK Helsinki of Finland.
Nemanja Vidic says that he is still adapting to life at Inter after he was heavily criticised for his performance in the 2-2 draw against Napoli.
Rudi Garcia has taken to Twitter to assert his belief that Roma can still progress from their Champions League group.
Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri insists his players are behind him, and shrugged off the words of Massimo Moratti.
Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri has defended Nemanja Vidic following criticism after the 2-2 draw with Napoli.
Italy’s World Cup winning captain Fabio Cannavaro has reportedly had assets worth €900,000 seized in an investigation into alleged tax fraud.
Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri has warned that the Nerazzurri must take Saint-Etienne seriously when the two meet at San Siro tomorrow.
Marko Marin could make his first appearance for Fiorentina, having been named in the 20-man squad to face PAOK in the Europa League.
Former Juventus Coach Luigi Maifredi believes the Bianconeri face a difficult game when they face Olympiacos tonight.
Antonio Conte has reportedly told Lorenzo Insigne to keep listening to Napoli Coach Rafa Benitez if he wants to return to the Italy fold.
Former Roma player Alessio Scarchilli believes the Giallorossi must learn the lessons of their humiliation at the hands of Bayern Munich.
Former Roma and Bayern Munich player Ruggiero Rizzitelli believes Rudi Garcia's men can’t be evaluated based on their defeat to the Germans.
Marco Cassetti sees differences between Roma’s defeat to Bayern last night, and the 7-1 loss to Manchester United in 2007.
Massimiliano Allegri reportedly faces two selection headaches ahead of Juventus’ trip to Olympiacos.
Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben insists Roma are still a top side - despite yesterday’s 7-1 humbling.
Inter have apparently set their sights on Croatian striker Andrej Kramaric, whose contract is expiring.
Fiorentina and goalkeeper Neto are further away from agreeing a new contract, according to the latest reports.
Roma director general Mauro Baldissoni says Coach Rudi Garcia knows what went wrong against Bayern Munich.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Ex-Roma defender Mehdi Benatia said he had “sent a message to the German media” with his Bayern Munich performance.
Morgan De Sanctis apologised to fans, but assured Roma “are stronger than we seemed” in a 7-1 defeat to Bayern Munich.
Thomas Muller said Roma “played exactly the way we expected them to” and Bayern Munich ran riot.
Director of sport Walter Sabatini admits Roma must “re-evaluate our international level” after a 7-1 defeat to Bayern Munich.
Miralem Pjanic was dumbstruck after Roma’s 7-1 defeat to Bayern Munich. “It is difficult to say anything constructive.”
Rudi Garcia said it was “my fault entirely” that Roma were demolished 7-1 by Bayern Munich. “It was the wrong strategy.”
Pep Guardiola insisted 7-1 “is not such a huge gap between” Bayern Munich and Roma. “We have to improve.”
Daniele De Rossi said Roma “will pay the fans back for their support” after a 7-1 defeat to Bayern Munich.
Roma were humiliated 7-1 on home turf by Bayern Munich, but remain second in their Champions League group.
Serie A side Empoli are in mourning after the death of counsellor Giacomo Corsi, the brother of President Fabrizio Corsi.
Parma will be without Cristobal Jorquera for several weeks after he suffered a thigh strain.
UEFA President Michel Platini praised Francesco Totti and Paul Pogba, while stating Carlo Tavecchio is “not racist, just stupid.”
Gervinho said Roma will “try to move around” and attack Bayern Munich in the Champions League tonight.
Francesco Totti, Gervinho and Juan Iturbe start as Roma host Bayern Munich in the Champions League, but Douglas Maicon is injured.
Hellas Verona released a statement calling accusations of racism against Milan “the low point of our history.”
Max Allegri said Olympiacos-Juventus “is not decisive” in the Champions League and confirmed Arturo Vidal will start.

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