Official: Mancini signs Gala deal
Roberto Mancini has signed a three-year deal with Galatasaray, it has been confirmed.
Icardi focused on Inter, not Italy
Mauro Icardi’s agent has claimed that the young striker is focusing purely on playing well for Inter.
Giaccherini delighted with first home goal
Emanuele Giaccherini has conceded his delight at scoring his first home goal for Sunderland on Sunday.
Chiellini turns attention to Gala
Giorgio Chiellini has insisted that Juventus have forgotten about the derby win at the weekend, and are concentrating on Galatasaray.
Sneijder a doubt for Juve clash
Galatasaray playmaker Wesley Sneijder is a doubt for Wednesday’s Champions League clash with Juventus, reports suggest.
Galliani has confidence in Milan
Milan chief Adriano Galliani is remaining optimistic ahead of the Ajax game despite the injury to Stephan El Shaarawy.
El Shaarawy injured ahead of Ajax
Stephan El Shaarawy has been ruled out of Milan’s game against Ajax after picking up an injury in training on Monday.
Bergodi is new Brescia boss
Serie B outfit Brescia have appointed Cristiano Bergodi as their new Coach.
Napoli pick 21 for Arsenal
Napoli boss Rafael Benitez has named a 21-man squad for Tuesday’s Champions League tie at Arsenal.
Milan squad for Ajax trip
Stephan El Shaarawy and Riccardo Montolivo are in the Milan squad for Tuesday’s Champions League tie at Ajax.
Zuniga set for Napoli renewal
Serie A side Napoli are reportedly on the verge of extending the contract of Juan Camilo Zuniga.
Donadoni looks to stop Viola
Parma boss Roberto Donadoni thinks his side will need to be defensively disciplined against Fiorentina on Monday.
‘Gattuso difficult to sack’
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says sacking Gennaro Gattuso was the most difficult axing of his career.
Arsenal concerned by Insigne
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has highlighted Lorenzo Insigne as a danger ahead of the Champions League tie against Napoli.
Pogba: Now let's beat Galatasaray
Paul Pogba is now focused on Galatasaray after he scored the winner in Juventus’ 1-0 derby victory over Torino.
Zenga on Bologna radar
Walter Zenga is being named as a contender to replace Stefano Pioli at Bologna should the tactician be sacked.
Cellino ready to keep Cagliari stars
Cagliari chief Massimo Cellino has no intention of selling his best players. “Nobody has the money to sign them anyway.”
Florenzi wants European return
Alessandro Florenzi says Roma’s primary target for the season is to make sure they qualify for European club football next term.
Abbiati in Milan history books
Christian Abbiati made Milan history on Saturday evening in the 1-0 win over Sampdoria at San Siro.
Chiellini on Juventus defensive
Giorgio Chiellini was happy with Juventus’ defensive display against Torino after a shaky start to the season.
Ranocchia sees two lost points
Andrea Ranocchia is disappointed his Inter side did not get the points that their performance deserved against Cagliari.
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Pioli: 'Not the real Bologna'
Stefano Pioli was downbeat after a 5-0 loss. “Roma deserve credit, but at the same time this isn’t the real Bologna.”
Garcia: 'Gervinho needed confidence'
Rudi Garcia was pleased to see Roma play with “joy and enthusiasm,” then explained why Gervinho has been reborn.
De Rossi: 'Roma not the best team'
Daniele De Rossi insists Roma are targeting a return to Europe rather than the Scudetto. “We are not the strongest team.”
Roma's joy of six!
Roma crushed Bologna 5-0, including a Gervinho brace and stunning Mehdi Benatia volley, to maintain their perfect record in Week 6.
Mancini to be new Galatasaray Coach
Roberto Mancini is practically the new Coach of Galatasaray and his first game will be on Wednesday against Juventus.
Tevez: 'Immobile nearly broke ankle'
Carlos Tevez and Juventus hit back at Torino via Twitter, as the Derby della Mole continues via social media.
Mancini flies out for Galatasaray?
Reports continue to suggest Roberto Mancini is in advanced negotiations to take over at Galatasaray.
Eusebio Di Francesco thought Sassuolo deserved more than a draw and Vladimir Petkovic wanted more hunger.
Andrea Mandorlini was impressed with Juan Iturbe, but Davide Nicola felt Livorno deserved victory.
Roma aim to add another chapter to the history books as they host Bologna looking for a sixth straight victory.
Rolando Maran felt Catania really needed this win, while Giuseppe Sannino saw a lack of character at Chievo.
Diego Lopez tried to take Inter on head first, while Walter Mazzarri was pleased with the performance.
Stefano Colantuono saw a turning point and Francesco Guidolin brushed off the penalty chaos.
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