NEWS

Martin Caceres was deeply disappointed with the 1-0 defeat to Roma. “We are Juventus and mustn’t look for excuses.”
Mathieu Flamini believes Milan can make the most of Barcelona’s “defects” and gives the inside info on Cesc Fabregas.
Giampiero Ventura urges Torino to stay focused and get the points they need for safety against Atalanta today.
Fiorentina starlet Juan Cuadrado thinks Inter are nothing but a counter-attacking side and promises to “dance the salsa if I score” this evening.
Catania are flying high and potentially in the race for Europe, but Rolando Maran warns they need to “be realistic” when facing Bologna.
The Nerazzurri start life after Diego Milito against misfiring Fiorentina, while Napoli face Sampdoria and can close the gap at the top to two points.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Roma Coach Aurelio Andreazzoli explained why warming up under the Curva Sud gave them the push they needed to beat Juventus.
Antonio Conte blamed fatigue for Juve’s 1-0 defeat to Roma and demanded “a little more respect” for the teams in Europe.
Francesco Totti praised Roma’s “great character” to beat Juventus and apologised profusely to Andrea Pirlo.
Francesco Totti’s missile clocked at 113km/h gave the all-new Roma a surprise 1-0 victory over Serie A leaders Juventus.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta warns Chelsea they won’t be getting Antonio Conte. “He has Bianconeri DNA and will be with us for many years.”
Livorno’s march towards promotion suffered a massive blow today with a surprise 2-1 home defeat to Modena.
Eugenio Corini was pleased with the point after an uphill struggle, while Alberto Malesani is now more optimistic.
Roma revolutionise their team again with Ivan Piris in a three-man defence to take on Mirko Vucinic’s Juventus.
Palermo picked up a 1-1 draw away to Chievo, as Cyril Thereau’s penalty cancelled out a Mauro Formica strike.
Vincenzo Montella insists Fiorentina are “not worried” by their current form and want a reaction against Inter on Sunday evening.
Inter forward Diego Milito has undergone surgery for damage to the anterior cruciate and collateral ligaments in his left knee.
Roma captain Francesco Totti wishes Diego Milito a speedy recovery and mourns ex-Napoli man Carmelo Imbriani.
Inter President Massimo Moratti travelled to Florence with the squad by train and sees similarities between Andrea Stramaccioni and Vincenzo Montella.
Lorenzo Insigne and Valon Behrami return to the Napoli squad for tomorrow afternoon’s game against Sampdoria.
Stefano Sorrentino returns to face his former club, as do Alberto Malesani and Eugenio Corini, in today’s Chievo-Palermo match.
Sassuolo needed a thrilling comeback to beat Spezia, Varese were pegged back, Padova plummet and Empoli managed to miss two penalties.
Angelo Palombo has not recovered in time for Sampdoria’s trip to Napoli on Sunday afternoon.
Cristiano Bergodi is well aware Pescara’s relegation showdown with Cagliari on Sunday “is a match worth the whole season.”
Sampdoria starlet Pedro Obiang is “flattered” by reports of interest from Manchester City, as he is already tracked by Italy’s top clubs.
Inter have named their squad for Sunday’s trip to Fiorentina, missing the likes of Diego Milito, Walter Samuel, Cristian Chivu and Dejan Stankovic.
Francesco Guidolin warned Luis Muriel to get in shape and believes Genoa “can notch up 25-30 points in the second half of the season.”
Momo Sissoko could make his Fiorentina debut against Inter tomorrow night, as he is included in the Viola squad.
Walter Mazzarri blasted his Napoli players for their Europa League embarrassment, targeted Sampdoria and aimed a sideswipe at Antonio Conte. “I don’t give a damn what Juventus do.”
Andrea Stramaccioni assures Inter can still thrive without Diego Milito and believes tomorrow night’s clash with Fiorentina “could end with any result.”
Marek Hamsik admits he and his Napoli teammates were “ashamed” after their 3-0 home defeat to Viktoria Plzen.
PSG manager Carlo Ancelotti could get his dream job as Coach of Roma next season, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Cagliari President Massimo Cellino is still in a prison cell being interrogated by police, but there are reports the Is Arenas stadium could be torn down.
Fabio Capello insists Napoli are the only other contenders for the Scudetto and considers tonight’s battle between Roma and Juventus.

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