Benevento visit Atalanta tomorrow evening without star forwards Amato Ciciretti and Pietro Iemmello.
Tomas Rincon said Torino “can’t wait” to get at Milan in front of a packed San Siro this afternoon.
Diego Laxalt said Genoa “believe we can get a good result today” against Roma at Marassi under new Coach David Ballardini.
Milan director of sport Massimiliano Mirabelli assures they “will never be excluded from European competition, so the fans can relax.”
Udinese make their debut under new Coach Massimo Oddo and Simone Scuffet reveals they “worked all week to find counter-measures.”
Bruno Peres notes Roma “want to take control from the opening minute” against Genoa at Marassi this afternoon.
Jack Bonaventura urged Milan to “focus on the future, as there’s no time to think of what has been” when they host Torino.
Jose Callejon concedes it’s a tight race with Inter for the Scudetto, but Napoli visit Udinese seeking a win. “The mentality will be important.”
Napoli visit revamped Udinese on new Coach Massimo Oddo’s debut and are forced to change their full-backs yet again.
Milan miss Fabio Borini and Lucas Biglia, so Andre Silva steps in with Suso and Jack Bonaventura out wide against Andrea Belotti’s Torino.
Roma seek to increase their Serie A record with a 13th consecutive away victory, but visit Genoa revitalised under new management.
Mario Balotelli gave away wads of cash, smashed a plasma screen and stuffed parking tickets into his locker at Manchester City, but Roberto Mancini was “irrational.”
Napoli fans begging for Sky Italia to move Gomorrah so as to not clash with their Juventus match have been rewarded.
Mauro Icardi is on track to shatter Gonzalo Higuain’s all-time Serie A scoring record for a single season with 15 goals in 14 games, but that’s not all.
Bayern Munich chief Uli Hoeness claims Carlo Ancelotti’s staff was the reason for his dismissal. “Every day there was a fight.”
Felipe Caicedo and Wallace are back in the Lazio squad to face Fiorentina this evening after injury lay-offs.
Sassuolo will meet with Beppe Iachini today, as Coach Cristian Bucchi is set for the axe after a 2-0 home defeat to Verona.
Antonio Candreva says Inter’s 3-1 win at Cagliari was ‘an important signal’ sent out by his team.
It is reported that Gonzalo Higuain will not start Juventus’ Serie A clash with Crotone this evening.
It is claimed that Ramires has agreed to join Inter, while Javier Pastore also wants to move from Paris Saint-Germain.
Roberto De Zerbi still believes his Benevento side can avoid relegation despite their pointless start to the season.
Juventus reportedly face a battle with several leading clubs around Europe to sign Leon Goretzka.
Sinisa Mihajlovic insists he got the most out of Milan during his time as Rossoneri boss.
Davide Nicola calls for his Crotone side to perform ‘beyond their limits’ in order to get a result at Juventus.
Sinisa Mihajlovic believes Torino are on course to achieve their objectives this season despite their indifferent form.
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Leonardo Semplici said SPAL “go home angry, because we should’ve finished it off” after fumbling their lead to lose 2-1 at Chievo.
Diego Lopez confessed Cagliari played the way he wanted by putting Inter under pressure, but “Mauro Icardi is an animal in the box.”
It was a surprisingly hard-fought match in Sardinia, but which Inter players made the grade in the Football Italia ratings?
Luciano Spalletti believes the fact Inter won away to Cagliari even when struggling shows they are “a strong side” who adjusted tactics when necessary.
Mauro Icardi said he tries to “be ready when the ball comes my way” after bagging another brace in Inter’s 3-1 victory at Cagliari.
Cagliari put in a very impressive performance, but could not compete with the clinical finishing of Mauro Icardi, as Inter left Sardinia with a 3-1 result.
Chievo Coach Rolando Maran credited the old guard of Stefano Sorrentino and Sergio Pellissier with the 2-1 victory over SPAL.
Cristian Bucchi insists “a Coach can train tactics and fitness, but not character” after Sassuolo crumbled to a 2-0 home defeat against Verona.
Fabio Pecchia trusts the win away to Sassuolo can propel Verona forward this season and bring them much-needed “belief.”