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Rudi Garcia said even with a penalty appeal, Roma “should’ve done better against an ultra-defensive Milan.”
Morgan De Sanctis felt Milan’s 0-0 draw with Roma “was not undeserved, but we are left with regrets.”
Pablo Armero was sent off and Roma denied a penalty, but 10-man Milan clung on for a 0-0 draw at the Olimpico.
Carlo Ancelotti’s Real Madrid beat San Lorenzo 2-0 to win the Club World Cup in Marrakech.
Giorgio Chiellini hopes Juventus can “give ourselves a Christmas present” with the Italian Super Cup against Napoli.
Mimmo Di Carlo was proud of Cesena’s comeback for a 1-1 draw at Sassuolo. “That penalty could’ve felled us.”
Eusebio Di Francesco was “angry” at his “naive” Sassuolo for conceding a last-gasp equaliser from Cesena.
Roma director Walter Sabatini reveals Rudi Garcia is “bitter” at the Genoa steward’s accusation and doesn’t regret selling Jeremy Menez.
Seydou Keita assures Roma “have planned to win this match” against Milan at the Stadio Olimpico.
Roma aim to end 2014 one point adrift of leaders Juventus, but host a Milan side that is pushing for third place.
Philippe Mexes said Milan must “believe more than ever” in tonight’s trip to Roma, having beaten Napoli last week.
Cesena snatched a last-gasp 1-1 draw at local rivals Sassuolo after an extremely controversial Simone Zaza penalty.
There are reports the mystery Parma buyers are Rezart Taci and Anzhi owner Suleyman Kerimov.
Gian Piero Gasperini urged Genoa not to get “distracted” by the controversial defeat to Roma and focus against Torino.
Jurgen Klopp demands “ferocious players” after Juventus’ Champions League opponents Borussia Dortmund lost again.
Max Allegri warns Juventus that Napoli are “more difficult to face in a one-off game” ahead of Monday’s Italian Super Cup.
Sassuolo welcome back Domenico Berardi but are weakened in defence as they host struggling Cesena.
Lazio travel to face Inter tomorrow without Antonio Candreva, Lucas Biglia, Michael Ciani and many more.
Catania and Brescia share the spoils under new Coaches, while Frosinone, Livorno, Spezia and Trapani all drop points.
Hernanes returns for Inter in time to face his former teammates Lazio, but Jonathan and Daniel Osvaldo miss out.
Dries Mertens acknowledges Juventus “are a strong side, but so are Napoli” ahead of Monday’s Italian Super Cup.
Sinisa Mihajlovic warned Sampdoria to focus 100 per cent on Udinese and reveals why he didn’t sign Antonio Di Natale.
Vincenzo Montella claims dropping Juan Cuadrado woke him up ahead of Fiorentina’s derby with Empoli. “He’s never trained so hard.”
Stefano Pioli wants Lazio to celebrate Christmas in third place and warns his team are “superior” to Inter.
Club Brugge confirm Napoli are “closely following” Thomas Meunier, who fuelled reports of a move on Twitter.
Roberto Mancini understands Antonio Conte’s frustration as Italy Coach and suggested ways of improving Serie A.
Roberto Mancini commented on Nemanja Vidic, Fredy Guarin, Rodrigo Palacio and described Inter’s ideal January signings.
Roberto Mancini looks forward to facing Lazio, welcomes back Hernanes and insists Inter “will challenge for third place.”
It’s reported Milan could sell Stephan El Shaarawy to plug a €70m hole in their balance sheet.
Tuttosport have named Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling as Europe’s best young player, so he discussed Paul Pogba, Mario Balotelli and ping-pong.
Tuttosport claims Paul Pogba could meet PSG owner Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani in Doha, as Juventus are there for the Italian Super Cup.
Daniel Osvaldo is reportedly out of Sunday’s Inter-Lazio match after he was granted compassionate leave.
Estudiantes talent Joaquin Correa is currently undergoing his medical ahead of a €6.5m move to Sampdoria.
Jeremy Menez is reviving his career at Milan, but “without football I’d be in prison” and reveals he turned down Manchester United.
Alvaro Gonzalez warns he “could choose to leave” Lazio in January, but has no intention of going outside Italy.

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