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Rudi Garcia said Roma fans are “blessed” to have President James Pallotta and can’t blame him for a stadium ban.
Roma are without Miralem Pjanic and Gervinho against Atalanta, said Rudi Garcia, but is not worried by Lazio.
Today’s Serie B game between Varese and Avellino has been called off after vandals devastated the stadium.
Inter could set off a domino effect of goalkeepers involving Samir Handanovic, Norberto Neto, and Petr Cech among others.
It’s reported Bee Taechaubol will offer €770m for 70 per cent of Milan, keeping Silvio Berlusconi as Honorary President.
Zdenek Zeman counters the official Cagliari position on the ultras attack. “The players were shocked and upset.”
Inter have reignited their interest in Dynamo Kiev's Domagoj Vida, with scouts set to examine his games against Fiorentina.
Sampdoria's Pedro Obiang is reportedly being targeted by West Ham United, and may leave for €10m.
Cagliari Vice-President Stefano Filucchi insisted ultras breaking into the club house to threaten players was “nothing irreparable.”
The race to sign Paulo Dybala has been whittled down to Roma and Juventus, with Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini due to meet the Giallorossi.
Marco Verratti wants to stay at PSG “for as long as possible” and reveals Carlo Ancelotti “is like a father to me.”
Edinson Cavani has reportedly asked PSG to prioritise Juventus ahead of Manchester United and Atletico Madrid.
Varese’s Ossola stadium has been vandalised, putting today’s Serie B game against Avellino in doubt.
There are rumours Milan goalkeeper Diego Lopez could miss tomorrow night’s derby against Inter.
President of the Players’ Association Damiano Tommasi agrees with Roma patron James Pallotta that the Italian fan-club rapport is “not normal.”
More details are emerging about the ultras attack on the Cagliari squad, as Nicola Murru was physically struck.
Carlos Tevez’s agent confirmed he’ll go back to Boca Juniors, “but wants to respect his Juventus contract” until 2016.
Genoa will be without Andrea Bertolacci and Marco Borriello for at least a month.
Antonio Conte warned being Italy Coach is “twice as difficult” than in 2006, but “we’re working to make our dreams come true.”
Marcello Lippi looked back over the 2006 World Cup triumph, Zinedine Zidane and penalty shoot-outs.
Mimmo Di Carlo takes Cesena to face his former club Sampdoria, who he says were “looking for someone to blame.”
Vicenza secured victory deep into stoppages from the spot in a contentious derby clash with Cittadella.
Leaders Juventus host second-placed Lazio, who are looking for a ninth straight win, before tomorrow’s Derby della Madonnina.
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There are reports hooligans broke into the Cagliari training retreat, threatening and even attacking players and staff.
Juventus target Edinson Cavani says there are ‘a number of factors’ governing whether he’ll stay at Paris Saint-Germain.
The exploits of Italian clubs in Europe could see Serie A regain a fourth Champions League spot for 2017/18.
Monaco midfielder Jeremy Toulalan is out of the match with Rennes, making him a serious doubt for the Juventus game.
Boca Juniors President Daniel Angelici says ‘the door is open’ for Carlos Tevez if he leaves Juventus this summer.
Alessandro Del Piero’s brother says he ‘can’t say’ whether or not the Juventus legend will be seen on the pitch again.
Davide Santon says he's at home with Inter and wants to stay ‘for a long time’ while discussing Newcastle United.
Roma midfielder Seydou Keita says he can offer something between now and the end of the season, even though he’s ‘not 100 per cent’.
Juventus midfielder Romulo is ready to return to action before the end of the season, according to the player’s agent.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says Inter target Yaya Toure will not leave the club this summer.
Marco van Ginkel has answered fan questions, discussing topics ranging from Milan’s European ambitions, to Batman v Superman.

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