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Rafa Benitez said Napoli’s 1-0 success at Sassuolo was “a victory for the team that rewarded our mentality.”
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti explained the change of system against Cesena was to suit Fernando Torres and Jeremy Menez.
Fiorentina are in a genuine injury crisis, so look to Khouma Babacar, Josip Ilicic and Micah Richards at Torino.
Jose Callejon proved enough for Napoli to beat Sassuolo 1-0, but they had to thank the woodwork late on.
Milan transform again with a whole new system to support Fernando Torres with three creative players in Cesena.
Daniel Osvaldo and Rodrigo Palacio lead the way for Inter against Zdenek Zeman’s struggling Cagliari at San Siro.
Gabriel Batistuta reassured Fiorentina fans that results will improve. “The season has only just started.”
Roma named their squad for the Champions League trip to Manchester City, including Juan Manuel Iturbe.
Bjorn Kuipers has been assigned as the referee for the Manchester City-Roma Champions League tie.
Juventus are reportedly targeting PSV talents Jeffrey Bruma, Georginio Wijnaldum, Memphis Depay and Zakaria Bakkali.
Napoli director Riccardo Bigon slammed critics of Rafa Benitez, as “his career cannot be put in doubt.”
Napoli desperately need a win and start Gonzalo Higuain as they visit Simone Zaza’s unpredictable Sassuolo.
Alvaro Morata celebrated his first goal in a Juventus jersey and thanked Fernando Llorente for his help.
It’s the Derby della Lanterna tonight and Sinisa Mihajlovic quoted Che Guevara. “We’ll pay any price to keep the flag flying high.”
Rudi Garcia said Manchester City “have a lot of pressure on them and Roma must enjoy this moment” in the Champions League.
Francesco Totti had a special message for the Roma fans after a victory on his 38th birthday. “You are unique and simply fantastic!”
Eusebio Di Francesco thinks Napoli are the right team for Sassuolo to face today, as “they always allow you chances.”
Napoli have an early kick-off at Sassuolo, Inter host Zdenek Zeman and Milan visit Cesena before tonight’s Genoa Derby.
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Max Allegri said Gigi Buffon “was decisive for the result” after Juventus won 3-0 away to Atalanta.
Stefano Colantuono admits seeing a penalty saved and conceding a second to Juventus “would’ve felled a bull.”
Carlos Tevez hailed Gigi Buffon for a crucial penalty save and already focused Juventus on Atletico Madrid.
Carlos Tevez scored twice, Alvaro Morata broke his duck and Gigi Buffon saved a penalty as Juventus conquered Atalanta 3-0.
Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini believes his men deserved more from a 2-0 defeat to Roma. “We had the better chances.”
Mattia Destro reveals he “had been thinking about a goal like that for a long time” after scoring from 36 metres in Roma-Verona.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta expects a difficult test with Atalanta and replied to Claudio Lotito’s offensive comments.
Rudi Garcia praised Mattia Destro’s “real hitman” goal against Verona and Roma for showing patience.
Roma maintained their 100 per cent record on Francesco Totti’s birthday, beating Verona 2-0 with Mattia Destro scoring from midfield.
Juventus try to maintain their 100 per cent record away to Atalanta with Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente.
Andrea Ranocchia committed his future to Inter “until 2029” and warned Zdenek Zeman’s Cagliari can pose a danger.
Mauro Icardi is in the Inter squad against Cagliari, but Jonathan misses out.
Pierpaolo Bisoli points out Cesena “know what Milan’s weaknesses are” and can trouble the big clubs this season.
Gian Piero Gasperini assured Genoa “do not feel inferior” to high-flying Sampdoria ahead of the Derby della Lanterna.
Director Mauro Baldissoni said Francesco Totti “feels like family to everyone” at Roma and in the city.
Perugia saw off Brescia, Avellino completed a Livorno comeback and Varese beat Trapani in a seven-goal thriller.

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