NEWS

Roma striker Pablo Daniel Osvaldo has been banned for two games after his dismissal on Wednesday. Another 16 players have been given one-match suspensions.
Udinese have told clubs interested in boss Francesco Guidolin to forget about making him an offer. “He’s not going anywhere.”
Italian Football Federation chief Giancarlo Abete has no concerns about losing Azzurri boss Cesare Prandelli to Inter.
Italy Under-21 boss Ciro Ferrara was clearly delighted following Wednesday’s comprehensive 4-1 win over Scotland.
Reports from Japan are indicating that Lazio will renew their interest in Keisuke Honda once the summer transfer window opens.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte insists that Andrea Pirlo will continue to take penalties for Juventus.
Fabio Capello has denied contact with Milan – but opened the door for a return to coaching in Italian football.
Bologna’s Alessandro Diamanti hasn’t given up hope of making the Italy squad for the European Championship.
Fiorentina captain Alessandro Gamberini is being linked with a summer move to hometown club Bologna.
The battle for safety looks to be a straight fight between Lecce and Genoa. Can either take an advantage from promising Week 35 fixtures?
Marco Borriello has thanked Juventus boss Antonio Conte for the faith he has shown in him this season.
Amauri may have played his last game for Fiorentina after he limped out of Wednesday’s 2-1 win at Roma.
Marco Borriello deserved his goal in Juventus’ key 1-0 win over Cesena, says midfielder Claudio Marchisio.
Juventus’ Giorgio Chiellini expects Novara to be as tough to break down as Cesena were on Wednesday evening.
Parma team manager Alessandro Melli is hoping that the club can keep a hold of Sebastian Giovinco for one more season.
Fiorentina want to end this season as soon as possible so they can start on a new era at the Stadio Franchi.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Bayern Munich have knocked Real Madrid out of the Champions League to reach the Final at the end of a dramatic penalty shoot-out at the Bernabeu.
Italy’s Under-21 side thrashed Scotland 4-1 in an Edinburgh friendly with Ciro Immobile and Lorenzo Insigne among those on target.
Gigi De Canio lost on his Genoa debut, but caused Milan quite a few problems and was denied a penalty.
Mario Beretta and Cesena say goodbye to Serie A after defeat to Juventus sealed their relegation.
Antonio Conte can practically taste the Juventus title after winning in Cesena. “The pen is on the table and we can write history.”
Massimiliano Allegri continues to believe Milan can win the Scudetto after scraping past 10-man Genoa.
Marco Borriello and Kevin-Prince Boateng scored late winners against Cesena and Genoa, so the gap remains three points at the top between Juventus and Milan.
While Luis Enrique hints he could leave Roma, director Franco Baldini insists “we have no doubts and it is not the end of the project.”
Delio Rossi enjoyed Fiorentina’s victory in Rome, but warns “we are not safe yet. We cannot afford arrogance.”
Francesco Guidolin concedes Udinese “would like to wipe out 20 minutes in the first half” that decided their defeat to Inter, but would turn down the Italy job.
Bortolo Mutti and Roberto Donadoni are already looking to the future after this match.
Giuseppe Sannino and Stefano Pioli have warned their teams that safety is not secure yet.
Serse Cosmi admits Lecce deserved to lose, as Walter Mazzarri welcomes a Napoli return to form.
There were no more goals in the game suspended on April 6 due to a flooded pitch, so Torino beat Reggina 1-0.
Luis Enrique insists he is “the only one responsible” for Roma’s crisis and fans staged a protest after the 2-1 home defeat to Fiorentina.
Walter Mazzarri feels “Napoli are back” after two consecutive victories over Novara and Lecce, but won’t discuss the Champions League.
Andrea Stramaccioni admits Inter are “in the Champions League race” after their victory away to Udinese.
Juventus look to Alessandro Matri and Mirko Vucinic for their trip to bottom of the table Cesena, who are unbeaten in five.

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