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The real Juventus will show up against Bayern Munich on Wednesday, insists former Bianconeri boss Marcello Lippi.
Riccardo Montolivo is refusing to just blame the referee for Milan’s 2-2 draw at Fiorentina on Sunday.
Italian champions Juventus will resume training on Monday after being given a 24-hour break following the win over Pescara.
Inter captain Javier Zanetti is fuming at the penalty decision awarded against his side in the 4-3 loss to Atalanta.
Tommaso Rocchi has admitted that he would have preferred an Inter win against Atalanta rather than netting his 100th goal in the Italian top flight.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Inter President Massimo Moratti launched incredible accusations after a 4-3 defeat to Atalanta. “I no longer believe in the good faith of the referees.”
Stefano Colantuono dedicated Atalanta’s 4-3 victory over Inter to Ivan Ruggeri, praising their belief after fighting back from 3-1 down.
Inter Coach Andrea Stramaccioni blamed the referee for their defeat to Atalanta. “It wasn’t a doubtful penalty. It was non-existent. He took responsibility and it wasn’t an error.”
Walter Mazzarri complimented Napoli on their victory over Genoa that took them four points clear of Milan, even if they wasted yet another penalty.
Napoli comfortably saw off Genoa 2-0 with Goran Pandev and Blerim Dzemaili despite Edinson Cavani’s saved penalty.
German Denis completed an incredible comeback from 3-1 down to beat Inter 4-3 with his hat-trick despite Tommaso Rocchi’s first goal in 14 months, while Antonio Cassano went off injured.
Inter are decimated and forced to completely revamp for tonight’s Lombardy Derby against Atalanta.
Napoli welcome relegation-threatened Genoa this evening with Edinson Cavani and Goran Pandev against Ciro Immobile.
Leonardo Bonucci has an ulterior reason for Juventus to fight back against Bayern Munich. “Franz Beckenbauer fired us up.”
Francesco Pisano is out for the rest of the season after the Cagliari defender fractured his fibula during the draw with Catania.
Francesco Guidolin said that volley left him breathless, but Eugenio Corini felt Chievo deserved more.
Beppe Iachini admits Siena missed an opportunity, while Roberto Donadoni demands more on Parma's travels.
Delio Rossi apologised after this poor performance, but Giuseppe Sannino demanded more focus.
Rolando Maran hasn't lost hope of Europe, while Diego Lopez insists Cagliari earned their point.
Josip Ilicic inspired Palermo’s shock victory away to Sampdoria, but Parma held Siena, Cagliari stalled Catania and Antonio Di Natale sank Chievo.
Aurelio Andreazzoli prepares for his first Derby della Capitale as Roma Coach and admits “it is worth far more than three points.”
Fiorentina director of sport Daniele Pradè claims his team “were being robbed” by the referee before two penalties secured a 2-2 draw with Milan.
Vincenzo Montella praised Fiorentina’s mentality and belief to come back from 2-0 down with 10 men against Milan, but revealed what he said to the referee.
Massimiliano Allegri admits Milan “were caught napping in the second half” after allowing 10-man Fiorentina to come back from 2-0 down.
Riccardo Montolivo scored against his former teammates, but 10-man Fiorentina fought back from 2-0 down to hold Milan in a Florence thriller.
Vladimir Petkovic points out pre-season Roma were expected to do better than Lazio, but they are in front now ahead of tomorrow’s Derby della Capitale.
Tests have shown Sebastian Giovinco did not suffer knee ligament damage, but there is bruising and a tendon problem.
Roma have named their squad for Monday night’s Derby della Capitale, missing Pablo Daniel Osvaldo and Ivan Piris.
The Derby della Capitale is tomorrow night and Hernanes hopes Lazio can “use the rage” from their Europa League defeat to power them on.
Roberto Donadoni has been linked with the Milan job next season, but claims “my future is at Parma.”
Catania may have dropped points recently, but Rolando Maran assures they want to “keep on dreaming” of Europe when they welcome Cagliari this afternoon.
It’s a head-to-head for Champions League football, as Milan visit Stevan Jovetic’s Fiorentina in the lunchtime kick-off.
Francesco Guidolin is glad to meet with “my dear friend” Chievo Coach Eugenio Corini again at the Stadio Friuli.
Mario Balotelli will be fined by Milan after he was caught smoking in the toilets on a train towards Florence.

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