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Inter's Samir Handanovic says he understands the fury of the club's fans following the defeat to Sassuolo.
Maurizio Sarri hit back at Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis for their row over money and insisted the 5-0 win at Torino was not easy.
Jose Callejon saw “the right mentality and good football” as Napoli beat Torino 5-0, so now hopes Juventus sink Roma this evening.
Roberto Inglese replied to a controversial Fabio Quagliarella opener, as Sampdoria and Chievo shared the spoils at Marassi.
Mattia Destro got two goals and an accidental punch in the face, as Bologna saw off already-relegated Pescara 3-1.
Empoli mounted a late comeback, but it was not enough against sprightly Cagliari, especially after seeing a penalty saved, and they’re within a point of the relegation zone.
Crotone have climbed to within one point of safety after Marcus Rohden’s debut Serie A goal, as Empoli and Genoa both lost.
Genoa have plunged themselves back to within two points of the drop zone after a shock defeat to already-relegated Palermo.
Napoli ran riot at Torino with a 5-0 triumph, including Jose Callejon brace with Dries Mertens, Lorenzo Insigne and Piotr Zielinski on target.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s Serie A games, from Inter-Sassuolo through Torino-Napoli on to Roma-Juventus.
Inter caretaker Coach Stefano Vecchi saw improvements despite the 2-1 home defeat to Sassuolo and the fans “have every right to protest.”
Inter’s crisis intensified with a 2-1 home defeat against Sassuolo, as Pietro Iemmello’s brace stunned a protesting San Siro crowd for their fourth consecutive loss.
Napoli must beat Torino to pour pressure on Roma for second place, as Dries Mertens and Lorenzo Insigne face Andrea Belotti’s Torino.
Mediaset Premium claim Sassuolo Coach Eusebio Di Francesco has agreed to replace Luciano Spalletti as Roma Coach next season.
Inter director Piero Ausilio reveals they fired Stefano Pioli to shake up the players and “it wasn’t fair to leave him hanging,” but denies a deal for Real Madrid defender Pepe.
Inter caretaker manager Stefano Vecchi will “rely on the talent of the players – and there’s a lot of that” against Sassuolo today.
Inter sacked Stefano Pioli on Tuesday and are transformed again as they host Domenico Berardi’s Sassuolo and risk losing sight of Europe.
Scouts from Newcastle United and Watford are said to be watching Bologna's Mattia Destro today.
Marco Giampaolo wants Sampdoria to show 'personal pride' when they face Chievo today.
It is reported that Atalanta's Frank Kessie is 'close' to signing for Milan.
It is reported that Stefano Pioli is to be handed a two-year contract to take over as Coach of Fiorentina.
SPAL Coach Leonardo Semplici hails his side's historic return to Serie A after a 49-year absence.
Domenico Berardi admits Inter are 'the team of his heart' but will not discuss potentially joining the Nerazzurri.
Giovanni Martusciello says there is no point in thinking about what might happen as Empoli prepare to face Cagliari.
Davide Nicola insists anything is possible ahead of Crotone's crucial Serie A clash with Udinese.
Torino boss Sinisa Mihajlovic is targeting new signings as he looks to get the Granata into the Europa League.
Daniele De Rossi would love to succeed “as a Coach after winning nothing with Roma as a player. I don’t feel a winner, but not a failure or a loser either.”
Daniele De Rossi concedes sticking with Roma for life was “emphasised as altruistic, when in truth it was quite selfish and I feel fortunate.”
Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Who made their mark in the five-goal thriller between Fiorentina and Lazio? Football Italia rates the players at the Stadio Franchi.
Gian Piero Gasperini has taken Atalanta into Europe after 26 years after drawing 1-1 with Milan and assures “we want to make a good impression.”
Vincenzo Montella was “proud” of the 1-1 draw snatched away to Atalanta and feels Milan have “faith in me with a very important project.”
Alejandro ‘Papu’ Gomez celebrated Atalanta’s passage into Europe and noted “unless I receive an offer I can’t refuse, I’m staying here.”
Gerard Deulofeu’s deflected late equaliser grabbed a Milan point in Bergamo, but Atalanta still qualify for Europe after 26 years.
Parma are the latest Italian club to be taken over by Chinese investors, who could hire Hernan Crespo as Vice-President.

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