Ranocchia: 'Few tactics in Hull'
Andrea Ranocchia discussed leaving Inter, why adapting to the weather at Hull City is tougher than anything else and being forced to sing.
Spalletti warns Roma reporters
Luciano Spalletti expressed increasing frustration with reporters asking about his Roma future. “If it’s easier, I won’t go to Press conferences.”
Lopez: 'Palermo still have hope'
Palermo Coach Diego Lopez was “disappointed to lose, but we still have hope” of avoiding the drop after a 4-1 defeat to Udinese.
Pallotta: 'I'd love Spalletti to stay'
Roma President Jim Pallotta praised Coach Luciano Spalletti after beating Sassuolo, but for the future “a lot of it is up to him. I’d love him to stay.”
Di Francesco: 'Sassuolo wasted chances'
Eusebio Di Francesco insists Sassuolo “deserved to be leading at half-time” rather than trailing, as they eventually lost 3-1 to Roma.
Strootman: 'Roma showed our strength'
Kevin Strootman feels Roma “confirmed just how strong a team we are” by sweeping Sassuolo aside 3-1 after at first going behind.
Roma recover from Sassuolo scare
Gregoire Defrel had given Sassuolo the lead, but Roma turned it around with Leandro Paredes, Mohamed Salah and Edin Dzeko.
Del Neri: 'Palermo surprised me'
Gigi Del Neri admits Palermo “surprised me” with their tactical approach, but Udinese fully deserved the victory.
Agent: 'Verratti stays at PSG'
Marco Verratti’s agent has changed his tune, warning “he won’t leave Paris Saint-Germain unless they tell us to go.”
Baldissoni: 'No Spalletti tension'
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni shrugged off questions about Luciano Spalletti’s future and insists it’s “laughable” to suggest any Coach dictates transfer policy.
Di Francesco 'part of Sassuolo project'
Sassuolo director Giovanni Carnevali hinted they would be prepared to let Eusebio Di Francesco and some players go, but “we have a project.”
Paredes and Duncan: 'Do our best'
Alfred Duncan and Leandro Paredes look forward to tonight’s Serie A showdown between Roma and Sassuolo.
Liveblog: Serie A Super Sunday
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s eight Serie A games, from Empoli-Napoli through Sampdoria-Juventus and Cagliari-Lazio to Roma-Sassuolo.
Udinese pummel poor Palermo
Udinese fought back from a surprise early Roland Sallai goal to flatten Palermo 4-1 at the Dacia Arena.
The pressure is piling on Roma after their Europa League exit and they revamp against Gregoire Defrel and Domenico Berardi’s Sassuolo.
Maran: 'Chievo collapsed'
Rolando Maran was at a loss to explain Chievo's second-half collapse against Bologna.
Donadoni delight with Bologna players
Roberto Donadoni expressed his delight with Bologna's players after their 4-1 win over Chievo.
Buffon looks to Juve and Italy future
Gigi Buffon “hopes to wear the Juventus jersey for a good while yet” and trusts Italy “will soon have the strongest squad in 20 years.”
Martusciello: 'Break will be useful'
Giovanni Martusciello says the international break will be useful for Empoli after six straight defeats.
Zeman: 'Pescara deserved defeat'
Zdenek Zeman confessed Pescara deserved very little from their 3-0 defeat to Atalanta. “It’s a heavy result, but a fair one.”
Nicola: 'No white flag'
Davide Nicola says Crotone will never raise the white flag after a late defeat to Fiorentina.
Giampaolo: 'Samp European attitude'
Marco Giampaolo felt Sampdoria had “a very European attitude” and caused serious problems for Juventus, despite the 1-0 defeat.
Rastelli: 'Draw was fair'
Cagliari Coach Massimo Rastelli believes his side's goalless draw with Lazio was 'a fair result.'
Italy: Gabbiadini out, Petagna in
Manolo Gabbiadini has pulled out of the Italy squad with a thigh injury, so Atalanta’s Andrea Petagna is called instead.
Inzaghi: 'I don't want break'
Simone Inzaghi admits the international break is coming at the wrong time for his Lazio team.
Sousa: 'Fiorentina could've lost'
Paulo Sousa admits Fiorentina were ultimately fortunate to beat Crotone. “We could’ve lost despite 22 shots on goal.”
Gasp praises Dea reaction
Gian Piero Gasperini praises Atalanta for their reaction in beating Pescara today.
Allegri: 'Juve made me angry'
Max Allegri explained his absolutely furious touchline antics towards the end of the 1-0 Juventus victory away to Sampdoria.
Dzemaili's Bologna crush Chievo
Bologna fought back from a goal down to crush Chievo 4-1 for their second consecutive victory, as Blerim Dzemaili bagged a brace.
Papu puts paid to Pescara
Papu Gomez got Atalanta back on track with two goals and an assist for Alberto Grassi, as they made short work of Pescara.
Last-gasp Kalinic in Crotone
Nikola Kalinic once again snatched victory for Fiorentina in the final minute in a heart-breaking home defeat for Crotone.
Lazio fire blanks in Cagliari
Lazio dominated much of the game at the Stadio Sant’Elia, but were wasteful in attack and eventually ran some risks in Cagliari.
Cuadrado enough to sink Samp
Juan Cuadrado’s rare header proved enough for Juventus to grab all three points and end Sampdoria’s positive run, but Paulo Dybala went off injured.
Sarri: 'Napoli can't keep doing this'
Maurizio Sarri warned Napoli “cannot have strong ambitions” if they keep dropping leads against Empoli, but blamed the fixture list for Roma’s troubles.
Marotta: 'Juve united with Allegri'
Juventus director Beppe Marotta reiterated they want to carry on with Max Allegri. “When I say there’s unity, that includes the coaching staff.”
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