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Kwadwo Asamoah is thankful he emerged “safe” from Naples after his window was smashed by rocks thrown at the team bus.
Roma currently lie in eighth place, but Coach Aurelio Andreazzoli insists “there’s no harm in dreaming” of Champions League qualification.
Catania could leapfrog Inter with a victory tomorrow afternoon and Coach Rolando Maran admits they are “fighting to keep the dream alive.”
Daniele De Rossi and Francesco Totti are back in the Roma side to take on Genoa tomorrow evening.
Genoa are still unbeaten under Davide Ballardini and the Coach is confident they will “give Roma a real game” at the Stadio Olimpico.
Andrea Stramaccioni prepares Inter for their head-to-head with Catania and confirmed he has dropped Antonio Cassano after they had “a discussion.”
Antonio Cassano has been left out of Inter’s trip to Catania following a locker room brawl with Coach Andrea Stramaccioni.
Antonio Conte revealed his rapport with Napoli Coach Walter Mazzarri has hit rock bottom. “We didn’t shake hands or even look at each other. It’s better that way.”
Napoli defender Miguel Angel Britos fractured his jaw during last night’s 1-1 draw with Juventus and could require surgery.
Roma midfielder Marquinho confesses he was “irritated” by the lack of communication from former Coach Zdenek Zeman.
Stefano Colantuono admits tomorrow’s trip to Siena is “one of the most important games of the season” for Atalanta.
Italian newspapers claim Antonio Cassano and Inter Coach Andrea Stramaccioni had to be physically separated after a blazing locker room row.
Giuseppe Pancaro played for both Milan and Lazio, but believes Mattia De Sciglio is the key this evening. “Someone like this is born once every 20 years.”
January signing Federico Peluso admits even he wasn’t expecting to be in the starting XI for Napoli-Juventus.
Gokhan Inler scored Napoli’s equaliser in the Scudetto battle and feels the draw with Juventus “was the right result.”
The Scudetto showdown was last night, but this evening Milan and Lazio go head-to-head for a Champions League spot.
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Walter Mazzarri is adamant Napoli had more scoring opportunities and deserved to beat Juventus, though Blerim Dzemaili’s chance “seemed impossible to miss.”
Antonio Conte couldn’t help but have regrets after Juventus fumbled a lead against Napoli. “We could taste the victory.”
Giorgio Chiellini revealed there were no hard feelings after his tussle with Edinson Cavani. “We knock each other about, but at the final whistle it’s all over.”
Gokhan Inler replied to Giorgio Chiellini, but Edinson Cavani escaped a red card as Napoli held Juventus in a Scudetto showdown stalemate.
Napoli fans pelted the Juventus team bus with eggs, bottles and rocks, smashing the window where Kwadwo Asamoah was sat.
New Giallorossi CEO Italo Zanzi assures fans “we want to make Roma the biggest club in the world.”
Edinson Cavani, Goran Pandev and Marek Hamsik take on Andrea Pirlo, Sebastian Giovinco and Mirko Vucinic in tonight’s Scudetto showdown.
Gianluigi Buffon praised Coach Antonio Conte, is prepared for Napoli this evening and confirms he wants “to lift the Champions League trophy for Juventus.”
Christian Maggio’s agent reveals why he has been off form since returning from surgery and looks ahead to tonight’s Napoli-Juventus.
Spanish media claim Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez is out for two weeks with a hamstring strain, so is likely to miss the Champions League match against Milan.
Former Juventus and Napoli director Luciano Moggi says tonight’s Scudetto showdown could have any result and “is like a Derby.”
Cagliari President Massimo Cellino has refused to leave jail even after he was granted house arrest. “I will only walk away as a free man.”
It is now official that Milan are without Mario Balotelli and Philippe Mexes for tomorrow night’s match against Lazio.
Sergio Floccari is in the Lazio squad to face Milan tomorrow, while President Claudio Lotito insists the fans are “innocent” of racist abuse after their UEFA ban.
Real Madrid playmaker Kaka has conceded that he would leave the Spanish champions if they wanted him to.
Former Parma boss Silvio Baldini believes that current Roma man Aurelio Andreazzoli is 'one of the best three Coaches in Italy'.
Fiorentina midfielder Matias Fernandez is set to return to training at the beginning of next week, according to reports.
Lazio defender Cristian Brocchi has insisted that his team 'do not fear anyone' as they prepare to face Milan.

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