NEWS

Former Roma boss Carlo Mazzone has hailed the eternal Francesco Totti after his brace in the 4-2 win over Fiorentina.
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli insists that his club is still hungry for honours after the Scudetto win last term.
Corinthians midfielder Paulinho has dismissed claims that he is set for a January transfer to Italian giants Inter.
Fabio Liverani is reportedly a contender to net the Genoa job if Gigi Del Neri is axed by the port outfit.
Milan director Barbara Berlusconi has conceded that the days of buying ready-made champions are in the past.
Massimo Moratti has cooled talk of the Scudetto after his Inter side moved back into second place in the table.
Chievo Verona goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino is ignoring the latest transfer rumours surrounding his future.
Inter captain Javier Zanetti has revealed the secret behind the club’s impressive start to the campaign.
Hugo Campagnaro will leave Napoli for Inter at the end of the season, the Corriere dello Sport is insisting.
Javier Pastore is ready to snub transfer interest in him from both Milan clubs in order to stay at Paris Saint-Germain.
Stephan Lichtsteiner insists that Juventus should have locked up the three points well before he netted the only goal of the game at Palermo.
Fredy Guarin was happy with his goal against Napoli, but insisted getting the three points for Inter was all that mattered.
Nicklas Bendtner has poked fun at Juventus teammate Leonardo Bonucci for his attempts to win a penalty with a dive at Palermo.
Milan chief Silvio Berlusconi has confirmed that the club will look to replace Nigel De Jong during the January transfer window.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Walter Mazzarri admits Inter were more clinical than Napoli, although “the second half was our monologue.”
Andrea Stramaccioni reveals how Inter approached tonight’s 2-1 win. “We tried to limit Napoli, now this victory shows we can challenge anyone.”
Diego Milito is confident Inter and Napoli “will battle to the end of the season” despite tonight’s 2-1 victory.
Inter leapfrogged into second place after a thrilling 2-1 win over Napoli with numerous wasted chances and decisive defensive errors.
Gigi Buffon welcomed back Antonio Conte to the touchline and explained why he does not want a lengthy contract with Juventus.
Miroslav Klose is in the squad for tomorrow night’s Bologna-Lazio Serie A match, but several more players miss out.
Francesco Guidolin feels Udinese “face a real test” on Monday evening in their trip to Sampdoria.
Genoa have called a Press silence, but there are reports of locker room rows and the return of Gigi De Canio in place of Gigi Del Neri.
Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci has apologised for his embarrassing dive today. “That’ll teach me.”
Antonio Cassano returns with Diego Milito as Inter welcome second-placed Napoli with Edinson Cavani, Marek Hamsik and Lorenzo Insigne.
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini blasted Mario Balotelli today, increasing reports he could join Milan “He has to think about his job.”
Stefano Colantuono believes Atalanta's identity crisis is over, but Roberto Donadoni saw a lack of determination.
Serse Cosmi blasted Siena for not turning up, though Rolando Maran was impressed with Catania's hunger.
Cristiano Bergodi saw a turning point for Pescara, but Genoa hold a media silence.
Gian Piero Gasperini believes Palermo out-played Juventus at times and Antonio Conte threatened his squad.
Ivo Pulga couldn't believe Cagliari's bad luck, but Eugenio Corini credited Chievo's battling spirit.
Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura was taken ill and checked by ambulance staff after the 4-2 defeat to Milan.
Antonio Conte was back on the Juventus bench after four months and hailed his “special players” for a victory in Palermo.
Empoli earned an impressive victory away to Cesena and Varese surprised Cittadella in the Sunday games.
Massimiliano Allegri cannot entirely celebrate Milan’s victory in Turin, as he confirms “Nigel De Jong will be out for the rest of the season.”

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