NEWS

Palermo will be without inspirational captain Fabrizio Miccoli for Tuesday’s Serie A game against Napoli.
Milan will wear their new 2012-13 home shirt in Wednesday’s Serie A game against Atalanta at San Siro.
Roma boss Luis Enrique says he has no doubts about the future. “I already know what I want to do, I’m 100 per cent sure.”
As expected, Fabio Quagliarella has signed a new contract at Juventus which will keep him in Turin until 2015.
Serie A side Parma have adopted a stray dog after it brought them victory at Lecce on Sunday afternoon.
Alessandro Del Piero says he feels as if he can play on for at least two more years – but concedes the Coppa Italia Final against Napoli will be his last game for Juventus.
Palermo chief Maurizio Zamparini insists that he has still not made a decision about whom will be the club’s Coach next season.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani is adamant that the absence of Antonio Cassano and Gennaro Gattuso has cost them dearly this term.
At a time when Juventus have started scoring for fun, Leonardo Bonucci has underlined the strength of their defence.
Former Parma boss Franco Colomba has underlined how important Andrea Pirlo has been to Juventus’ Scudetto bid.
Siena boss Giuseppe Sannino has refused to rule out a summer move away from the Stadio Franchi.
Juventus will reportedly consider buying Marco Borriello from Roma if they can negotiate a cut-price deal.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Giampiero Pinzi admits he was confused during the controversial scenes after Roberto Pereyra’s goal and a ‘phantom whistle.’
Francesco Guidolin explains what happened on the touchline when Lazio protested furiously at their defeat to Udinese.
Lazio have called a press silence after the chaotic end to their 2-0 defeat to Udinese, as they claim the second goal should’ve been disallowed.
Antonio Di Natale proved the difference on the night as Udinese beat injury-hit, raging Lazio to catch them, Napoli and Inter in joint third place.
Tonight’s Udinese-Lazio match is practically a Champions League play-off with Antonio Di Natale facing down Tommaso Rocchi.
Giuseppe Sannino was 'irritated' by a harsh scoreline, while Massimiliano Allegri replied to the media.
Attilio Tesser notes Novara could not have done more, while Antonio Conte reveals what fuels Juventus.
Serse Cosmi notes Lecce wasted 'a colossal opportunity' and Roberto Donadoni is proud of Parma.
Andrea Stramaccioni hailed Inter's character, but Mario Beretta cursed Cesena's bad luck.
Stefano Colantuono celebrated 'a Scudetto,' while Delio Rossi clings to Fiorentina's advantage.
Massimiliano Allegri can’t help but feel regrets that Milan had to do without the inspirational Antonio Cassano for most of the season.
Stefano Pioli hailed Bologna's performance, but Gigi De Canio confirmed Genoa's defensive problems.
Antonio Conte admits Juventus are “getting closer to the Scudetto in the right way and we know Milan are great antagonists.”
Andrea Stramaccioni joked his “12 agents have to negotiate my salary” if he is to be confirmed on the Inter bench next season.
Inter scraped past relegated Cesena to stay in the hunt for third, but Lecce, Genoa and Fiorentina lost in the relegation tussles.
Antonio Cassano marked his first start in six months with a goal and two assists as Milan conquered Siena 4-1.
Juventus made short work of Novara with Mirko Vucinic bagging a brace to send them closer to the Scudetto.
Genoa’s match with Cagliari on Wednesday May 2 has been moved from 19.45 to a 14.00 UK time kick-off.
Genoa showed great heart to repeatedly fight back at the Dall’Ara, but were beaten 3-2 and slide closer to the nightmare of relegation.
Andrea Stramaccioni has handed a rare Inter start to Giampaolo Pazzini as they welcome already-relegated Cesena.
Milan give Antonio Cassano his first start since heart surgery in October, as he partners Zlatan Ibrahimovic in Siena.
Juventus opt for ex-Roma duo Mirko Vucinic and Marco Borriello in this afternoon’s tricky trip to Novara.

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