NEWS

Walter Mazzarri lashes out at Inter, saying his former club had 'no grounds' to sack him.
Coach Roberto Donadoni has cancelled Parma training following the club's meeting with the FIGC and the mayor.
UEFA President Michel Platini sees Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba as France's ‘gold nugget’, who will become a ‘great player’.
Sassuolo Coach Eusebio Di Francesco sees only Juventus as investing in Italian talent, as he talks Marco Verratti, Simone Zaza and Domenico Berardi.
Walter Sabatini suggests that Roma's struggles see them experiencing a ‘technical frustration’, but one he sees them able to overcome.
Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini admits he ‘may have been wrong’ about recent transfer decisions taken.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli says the unpaid players are 'running out of patience', whilst ridiculing possible help from the FIGC.
Atalanta director general Pierpaolo Marino confirms negotiations are underway with Milan for Daniele Baselli, but warns the deal is 'not defined yet'.
Atalanta’s Pierpaolo Marino predicts midfielder Paul Pogba will 'leave Juventus', whilst he talks up interest for Davide Zappacosta.
Feyenoord director general Eric Gudde admits supporter clashes in Rome were 'absolutely deplorable', but believes his club should not be sanctioned.
Free agent Marco Motta believes his former club Juventus have ‘a slight edge’ over Borussia Dortmund, but warns the Germans are a ‘team to be respected’.
Parma players inch closer to serving notice to the club as President Giampietro Manenti's payments are reported to have not yet arrived.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Athletic Bilbao Coach Ernesto Valverde warned “nothing has been decided” after a 2-2 draw at Torino.
Mauricio Pocchettino thought Tottenham “deserved more” than a 1-1 draw with Fiorentina.
Roberto Mancini said Inter “acted as if the game was already won” during their 3-3 draw at Celtic Park.
Vincenzo Montella said Fiorentina “had fun” in a 1-1 draw at Tottenham. “We adapted to their tempo.”
Ronny Deila was “so proud” of Celtic after fighting back for a 3-3 draw against Inter.
Borja Valero felt Fiorentina “could’ve done better” against Tottenham, so “we want to prove ourselves in the second leg.”
Rodrigo Palacio said it was “a strange game” after Inter drew 3-3 with Celtic, but “still a good result.”
Inter fumbled a 2-0 lead in the space of 60 seconds and were pegged back in a remarkable 3-3 thriller at Celtic Park.
Fiorentina weathered an early storm and came away with an impressive 1-1 draw away to Tottenham.
Feyenoord Coach Fred Rutten believes his men have “a very good chance” of qualifying after a 1-1 draw at Roma.
Giampiero Ventura felt Torino “paid for distractions” in their thrilling 2-2 draw with Athletic Bilbao.
Rudi Garcia admits Roma “went too deep” after taking the lead, but insists Feyenoord’s equaliser “was offside.”
Rafa Benitez insisted “it wasn’t easy” after Napoli demolished Trabzonspor 4-0 in Turkey.
Juventus are without Arturo Vidal for tomorrow’s game with Atalanta, but Alessandro Matri is available.
Maxi Lopez bagged a brace, but Torino were held to a hard-fought 2-2 home draw by Athletic Bilbao.
Gervinho was not enough, as Roma were held to a deeply disappointing 1-1 home draw by Feyenoord.
Napoli absolutely dominated in Turkey, crushing Trabzonspor 4-0 even with Dries Mertens missing a penalty.
Inter look to Mauro Icardi, Davide Santon and Xherdan Shaqiri for their trip to Glasgow against Celtic tonight.
Fiorentina start Mohamed Salah and Mario Gomez in their Europa League clash with Tottenham Hotspur.
The Mayor of Rome promised “it won’t end here” after Feyenoord hooligans “devastated” historic monuments.
Roma hope to turn their season around, but begin the Europa League experience against Dutch side Feyenoord.
Torino host Athletic Bilbao in the Europa League tonight, a side that already shocked Napoli this season.

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