Calciopoli verdict confirmed
The final verdict in the long-running calciopoli trial has been confirmed, with some charges dropped and others affected by the statute of limitations.
What the papers say...
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
'Juventus target European dominance'
Marcello Lippi has discussed the development of former team Juventus, as they head into the Champions League quarter-finals.
'Italy don't need training camps'
World Cup winner Marcello Lippi dismisses Italy Coach Antonio Conte's training camps, whilst discussing rising star Marco Verratti.
‘Rossi in training? Two weeks’
Fiorentina doctor Paolo Manetti estimates Giuseppe Rossi's return to training to take place 'within two weeks'.
Perin out for three weeks
Genoa and Italy goalkeeper Mattia Perin will be out for up to three weeks with a shoulder injury, his club have confirmed.
‘No Gabbiadini worries yet’
Italy team doctor Enrico Castellacci reassures that striker Manolo Gabbiadini's injury does not 'cause concern', but that he will be 'monitored'.
Three-man defence for Conte?
Azzurri Coach Antonio Conte tried out a 3-5-2 formation in his first training session ahead of games with Bulgaria and England.
Roma rekindle Yarmolenko move
Roma are being linked again to Dynamo Kiev playmaker Andriy Yarmolenko, but he commands a high price-tag.
Premier League battle for Icardi
Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City are all apparently in contention to bid for Inter forward Mauro Icardi.
'Seven Italians in Europe, only if...'
UEFA's Gianni Infantino has explained the improbable circumstances that would allow a seventh-placed Italian team to reach Europe.
'If Ronaldo, Messi were Azzurri...'
Former Italia Coach Marcello Lippi says that if Cristiano Ronaldo or Messi had Italian relatives, the oriundi controversy would not subsist.
No Moggi Calciopoli absolution
Former Juventus director Luciano Moggi was not acquitted from his implication in Calciopoli, but his sentence has been written off.
Tavecchio: 'Refs have tough job'
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio defends referees and their 'burdensome job' from the controversy surrounding Napoli-Atalanta.
Tavecchio dismisses oriundo controversy
Carlo Tavecchio dismisses controversy over Italy call-ups for Eder and Franco Vazquez - “anyone with Italian citizenship can play”.
Juventus-Lazio moved forward
Lazio’s visit to Juventus in Week 31 has been moved to Saturday due to the Bianconeri’s Champions League commitments.
Three game ban for Lucarelli
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli will miss the next three games after his red card in the weekend defeat to Torino.
Eder agent: ‘Unnecessary controversy’
The agent of Sampdoria forward Eder has slammed ‘unnecessary’ controversy surrounding his client’s Italy call-up.
Lucarelli: ‘Parma sale close’
Captain Alessandro Lucarelli believes a deal to sell Parma to American investors is close after a meeting with Carlo Tavecchio.
Agent: ‘Kovacic staying at Inter’
Mateo Kovacic will remain at Inter, despite reported interested from Arsenal, the player’s agent confirms.
Serie A Team of Week 28
Following a two-day weekend, Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 28.
Conte praises Juventus
Antonio Conte has praised his former side Juventus, and believes they can achieve ‘something extraordinary’ in Europe.
Conte: ‘Chance for Verratti’
Italy CT Antonio Conte says the absence of Andrea Pirlo and Daniele De Rossi is a good chance for Marco Verratti to impress.
Conte defends oriundi
Antonio Conte has defended his decision to select oriundi Eder and Franco Vazquez in his latest Italy squad.
Report: Tevez has Boca agreement
There are reports that Juventus striker Carlos Tevez has already agreed a deal with Boca Juniors for the end of this season.
Causio: ‘Not convinced by Conte’
Former Italian international Franco Causio says he’s ‘not convinced’ by Antonio Conte’s latest squad, and echoes Roberto Mancini.
Seventh not good enough for Milan
It appears that seventh-place will not grant Milan entry to the Europa League, even if an Italian team wins the competition.
Klose: ‘Lazio to Champions League’
Miroslav Klose says he wants to help Lazio into the Champions League, but reveals he hasn’t decided his future.
Veloso: ‘I’d like to go back to Italy’
Dynamo Kiev midfielder Miguel Veloso is looking forward to facing Fiorentina, and wants to return to Italy one day.
Mancini: ‘No oriundi for Italy’
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini believes the likes of Franco Vazquez and Eder should not have been given Italy calls.
Di Francesco denies Roma rumours
Eusebio Di Francesco dismisses suggestions he could replace Rudi Garcia at Roma, ‘I’m only thinking about Sassuolo’.
Marotta: ‘Italians always blame refs’
Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta makes a veiled reference to Napoli, saying ‘human error is part of the game’.
Scaccia to meet Parma administrators
Businessman Alfredo Scaccia is reportedly set to meet with Parma’s administrators, with a view to taking over the club.
Capello: ‘Difficult to win at Roma’
Former Roma Coach Fabio Capello has sympathy for Rudi Garcia, saying that it’s ‘difficult’ to win with the Giallorossi.
Mr Pink has Milan deal?
There are reports that Poe Here Ying Wangsuo, known as Mr Pink, has agreed a deal to take over 75 per cent of Milan.
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