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Roma director general Mauro Baldissoni has reflected on the club’s ‘legitimate dream’ of the Scudetto, and calmness over Rudi Garcia’s renewal.
Carlo Ancelotti has considered the differences that he sees between football in Italy’s Serie A and Spain’s La Liga.
Carlos Tevez has warned that so long as Roma remain mathematically challenging for the Scudetto, Juventus can’t call it their own.
Today's front-page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Antonio Conte told Rafa Benitez to “check his calculations,” but confessed Napoli deserved to beat Juventus.
Rafa Benitez reiterated Juventus still have more “strength in depth, but with a starting XI anything can happen.”
Aurelio De Laurentiis was “proud of this Napoli” after their 2-0 victory over leaders Juventus.
Lorenzo Insigne hopes his fine performance for Napoli against Juventus was seen by Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli.
Jose Callejon and Dries Mertens have blown the Scudetto race open by beating Juventus 2-0 in a San Paolo firecracker.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta hit back at Rafa Benitez and revealed the welcome in Naples was “not as bad as last year.”
Rafa Benitez admits “it looked like a Champions League game with fans lining the streets” to cheer on Napoli’s team bus.
Fernando Llorente admits a Juventus win at Napoli tonight “would be a very big step towards the title.”
Gokhan Inler warned “anything can happen in 90 minutes” when Napoli welcome Juventus tonight.
It’s Gonzalo Higuain and Lorenzo Insigne against Fernando Llorente and Daniel Osvaldo in Napoli-Juventus.
Sinisa Mihajlovic explained his dismissal and Vincenzo Montella advised Alessandro Matri.
Giampiero Ventura hailed Torino's performance, but Diego Lopez had Cagliari regrets.
Andrea Mandorlini felt Verona rediscovered their path, but Gian Piero Gasperini said it was Genoa's worst game.
Fabrizio Ravanelli maintains Juventus Coach Antonio Conte “is better than Rafa Benitez and Jose Mourinho.”
Walter Mazzarri named his Inter squad for the Monday night trip to Livorno without Hugo Campagnaro.
Roberto Donadoni insists Parma’s Europa League “fate is in our hands” after a chaotic 3-2 defeat to Lazio.
Edy Reja thanked the Lazio players and few fans for believing to the end as they beat Parma 3-2.
It has emerged there was tragedy at Sassuolo-Roma when a local fan died of a suspected heart attack in the stands.
Eusebio Di Francesco said referee Nicola Rizzoli “lacked courage” after revoking a Sassuolo penalty.
Vincenzo Montella said Fiorentina’s draw at Sampdoria was “basically fair,” but can’t bring himself to support Juventus.
Lazio squeezed past Parma in stoppages for a five-goal thriller, while 10-man Verona beat Genoa, Samp stalled Fiorentina and Torino saw off Cagliari.
Roma boss Rudi Garcia admits he’d like Napoli to beat Juventus tonight and praised referee Nicola Rizzoli.
Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri warned Livorno will be “tough” on Monday, especially against many of their own players.
Mattia Destro and Michel Bastos goal let Roma to beat Sassuolo, but there was chaos when the referee changed his mind on a penalty.
Sinisa Mihajlovic and Vincenzo Montella face their former clubs as Sampdoria host Fiorentina in what should be a thriller.
Lazio and Parma go head-to-head for Europa League places as Antonio Cassano takes on Miroslav Klose.
Napoli have officially loaned defender Bruno Uvini to Brazilian side Santos.
Mehdi Benatia gave some insight into the chaotic non-penalty in Sassuolo-Roma. “You can’t ask a desperate player if he was fouled.”
Carlos Tevez is not concerned by his on-going European drought ahead of Lyon-Juventus. “The goals will come.”
Lorenzo Insigne was “very happy” to hear praise from Alessandro Del Piero ahead of tonight’s Napoli-Juventus.
Miralem Pjanic insists Roma haven’t lost hope of catching Juventus. “Nothing is finished yet.”

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