NEWS

Fiorentina take on Catania without Alberto Aquilani, Mounir El Hamdaoui or Stefan Savic.
Francesco Guidolin casts aside Udinese’s Europa League commitments and claims tomorrow against Siena it’s “a relegation dogfight.”
Giuseppe Sannino risks the wrath of his President by leaving Paulo Dybala on the bench as Palermo welcome Cagliari in the 17.00 UK time kick-off.
Hellas Verona played a five-goal thriller in Vicenza, while Livorno hammered local rivals Empoli to go top with Sassuolo.
Vincenzo Montella admits he’ll be emotional when facing his former club Catania, but is keeping the Fiorentina cards close to his chest.
Gigi De Canio still has “doubts” on whether to field Marco Borriello, Ciro Immobile and Bosko Jankovic in a trident as Genoa welcome Juventus.
Walter Mazzarri refuses to set Napoli apart as Scudetto contenders and notes Goran Pandev “has the priority” ahead of Lorenzo Insigne against Parma.
Samir Handanovic and Rodrigo Palacio are back in action for Inter in their trip to Torino.
Vladimir Petkovic expects a “tough” test against Chievo and is amused that Lazio “were considered hopeless a few weeks ago and champions now.”
Genoa will be without summer signing Juan Manuel Vargas for the next three weeks after he picked up an injury on international duty.
Zdenek Zeman expects a “positive” Roma display against Bologna and insists he was misquoted in his attack on “enemy of football” Giancarlo Abete.
Diego Simeone conquered Europe with Atletico Madrid and it’s reported he is already courted for a future at Inter – his old club.
Fiorentina won’t be able to count on Stefan Savic against Catania tomorrow, as there are still red tape issues with Manchester City.
Stand-in Coach Massimo Carrera welcomes back Lucio and insists tomorrow’s game with Genoa is “every bit as crucial” as the Champions League trip to Chelsea.
Manchester United and Everton have reportedly sent scouts to watch Andrea Ranocchia and €20m-rated Angelo Ogbonna in tomorrow’s Torino-Inter clash.
Atalanta and Italy winger Ezequiel Schelotto has been released from hospital after he was in a car accident last night.
Jose Mourinho has given Pippo Inzaghi some precious advice in his new career. “I told him to gain experience as a Coach and start at Milan.”
Devis Mangia warns Italy’s Under-21 side they must be wary of Sweden in the European Championship play-offs and his choices “depend on Cesare Prandelli.”
Palermo welcome Cagliari today, but Coach Giuseppe Sannino is buckling under the pressure. “I am sick of being asked when I’ll be fired.”
Gianluigi Buffon gave his view on the Champions League, Scudetto race, facing his beloved Genoa, Antonio Conte’s ban and his future at Juventus.
It’s the Lombardy Derby this evening between Milan and Giampaolo Pazzini’s old club Atalanta, while panicked Palermo welcome Cagliari.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Guillermo Giacomazzi has turned down offers from two Serie A clubs to represent Lecce in the Lega Pro.
His impressive form has saw him linked with Milan, but goalkeeper Mattia Perin insists he's focused on the task at hand with Pescara.
Napoli Coach Walter Mazzarri has raved about Lorenzo Insigne and given his opinion on a number of fellow Serie A Coaches.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi is especially keen to see Marco Borriello or Ciro Immobile score against Juventus on Sunday.
Napoli's Marek Hamsik and Pescara's Vladimir Weiss have been disciplined for attending a disco while on international duty with Slovakia.
Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri has defended his straight talking ways and said he 'expects a lot' of new boy Bojan Krkic.
Alessandro Del Piero was both enthusiastic and emotional when departing for Sydney earlier today.
Former Palermo midfielder Eugenio Corini is certain the Rosanero will get their first win of the season against Cagliari tomorrow.
Paris Saint Germain forward Nene has revealed he was on the verge of joining Milan this summer - before Leonardo intervened.
Jorge Martinez has moved to Romanian outfit Cluj with the intention of returning to Italian football next summer.
Genoa could field a strike paring of Marco Borriello and Ciro Immobile against Juventus this weekend, but Gian Piero Gasperini has doubts over their partnership.
Italy will have to beat Sweden next month if they are to qualify for the 2013 Under-21 European Championship.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri insists that he has no fear about being sacked by the European giants.

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