NEWS

Antonio Conte said “only a blind man couldn’t see” the Juventus superiority against Napoli this evening.
Rafa Benitez admitted Napoli’s plan was wrecked when Juventus scored after two minutes. “It changed everything.”
Paul Pogba admits his stunning volley against Napoli started with a mistake. “I actually got the first touch wrong.”
Delio Rossi ignores talk of Sinisa Mihajlovic at Sampdoria. “I am judged on what I do, not what I say.”
Juventus hitman Fernando Llorente explains his form is “no coincidence, but came from hard work.”
Vincenzo Montella admits Fiorentina got too complacent, but trying to be spectacular “is our strength and can be our weakness.”
Andrea Pirlo scored a sensational goal as Juventus crushed Napoli 3-0, but insists “they’ll be in the title fight to the end.”
Giuseppe Rossi bagged a brace, but Fiorentina were almost made to pay for complacency when beating Sampdoria 2-1.
Juventus swept Napoli aside 3-0 thanks to Fernando Llorente, Andrea Pirlo and a spectacular Paul Pogba volley, moving within a point of Roma.
Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta assured Antonio Conte and Rafa Benitez’s verbal sparring was “benevolent.”
Rudi Garcia tried to look on the bright side and Eusebio Di Francesco thanked Sassuolo for not giving up.
Roberto Donadoni admitted it wasn't the best Parma showing, but Vladimir Petkovic thought Lazio deserved victory.
It’s the huge Scudetto showdown, as Juventus welcome Napoli with Carlos Tevez taking on Gonzalo Higuain.
Fiorentina aim to continue their remarkable form with Giuseppe Rossi against a Sampdoria side in crisis.
Marco Parolo and Domenico Criscito are the new entries in the Italy squad to face Germany and Nigeria.
Giuseppe Sannino praised Chievo's warrior spirit, while Massimiliano Allegri was pleased with Milan's efforts.
Diego Lopez was glad Cagliari ended their run of defeats, but Giampiero Ventura wanted a more ruthless Torino.
Stefano Colantuono hails a crucial Atalanta win, but Stefano Pioli felt Bologna deserved a point.
Gian Piero Gasperini insists there's no secret to Genoa's success, but Andrea Mandorlini wanted more Verona grit.
Adriano Galliani assured Milan “will go forward” with Max Allegri and President Silvio Berlusconi “was satisfied” with the performance against Chievo.
Rudi Garcia admits Roma should’ve finished off Sassuolo, but praised their fighting spirit after another 1-1 draw.
“If the club thinks this team needs another Coach then they’ll let me know,” said Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri.
Roma were pegged back yet again by Sassuolo at the death, Parma held Lazio, while Atalanta and Cagliari also left it late.
Milan dominated possession and Robinho hit the woodwork, but the point does little against bottom of the table Chievo.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti admits the game with Chievo could leave Max Allegri “at risk.”
Salernitana-Nocerina has been abandoned in Lega Pro after an extraordinary series of events.
Daniele Portanova and Juraj Kucka gave Genoa a 2-0 victory over high-flying Verona, though Luca Toni hit the woodwork.
Lazio want to shake off some of the pressure with a result against Parma, as Antonio Cassano faces Miroslav Klose.
Roma lost their perfect record, but can still make it six out of six on home turf against plucky Sassuolo.
Milan in crisis visit bottom of the table Chievo and hope Alessandro Matri can help them to their first away win.
Javier Zanetti made his comeback for Inter after six months and is ready to “make myself useful in any role I’m needed.”
Roberto Donadoni gets ready to welcome Lazio, demanding “character and temperament” from Parma.
Francesco Acerbi has opened up about the shock of finding a tumour during a Sassuolo medical. “I’m a better player now.”
Alberto Gilardino takes on Luca Toni in the battle of the veterans, but it’s also on-form Genoa against fifth-placed Verona.
Chievo are bottom of the table and face Milan today, but Giuseppe Sannino has a key to dealing with a shaky bench.

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