NEWS

Sandro Mazzola, whose father died in the Superga tragedy, believes the Juventus Stadium “should be closed for a year” after offensive banners.
Empoli hit the brakes in Siena and Carpi shocked Brescia, so Palermo extended their lead, while there was a seven-goal thriller at Reggina.
Mario Balotelli is out of Milan’s game with Juventus, as he still hasn’t recovered from a shoulder injury.
Edy Reja told Lazio to “transform anger into positive energy” against Fiorentina and defended Federico Marchetti.
Napoli visit Livorno without Gonzalo Higuain, Raul Albiol and new goalkeeper Toni Doblas.
Atalanta have introduced a code of ethics, including a ban on using slot machines and consorting with people who place bets.
Jose Maria Callejon assured Napoli are “working to win” the Europa League and snatch second place in Serie A.
Roberto Mancini knocked Juventus out of the Champions League, but believes “they can win it in a year or two.”
FIFA have banned players from showing any messages under their jerseys at the 2014 World Cup.
Clarence Seedorf praised Antonio Conte and Juventus, but sees this game as “an opportunity” for Milan.
Vincenzo Montella urged Fiorentina to “focus first on Lazio, then we can think about Juventus” in the Europa League.
Rafa Benitez has “confidence” in Napoli’s ability to beat Livorno on Sunday despite missing Gonzalo Higuain.
Sinisa Mihajlovic assured Sampdoria “won’t park the bus” against Torino despite a series of setbacks.
Arturo Vidal praised Juventus teammate Claudio Marchisio and said he could “do anything in midfield.”
Cagliari’s players will all wear rainbow laces tomorrow after Daniele Dessena was insulted for an anti-homophobia campaign.
Mundo Deportivo claims Barcelona are prepared to offer Alexis Sanchez plus cash for Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal.
Mattia Destro admits he was “upset” when Inter sold him, but aims to score for Roma this evening.
Hernanes is back at the Olimpico tonight against Roma, but wants to beat them for Inter. “I don’t need 90 minutes to be decisive.”
Antonio Di Natale admits he’s not so sure about retiring at the end of the season and reveals the clubs he turned down.
It’s reported Italy’s June 4 friendly against Luxembourg will be played at the Stadio Bentegodi in Verona.
Andrea Barzagli acknowledges Juventus have a tough time ahead of them against Milan and Europa opponents Fiorentina.
Inter have appointed new Chief Financial Officer Michael Williamson, who already works for Erick Thohir at D.C. United.
Cesare Prandelli is expected to name Ciro Immobile and Gabriel Paletta in his Italy squad to face Spain.
Latina pummelled Padova 3-0 in the Friday evening Serie B game to temporarily go into joint third place.
Tonight Roma and Inter face off in a huge game, followed by Milan-Juventus and Fiorentina-Lazio tomorrow.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Daniele De Rossi has spoken of his relationship with the Italian national team, admitting that before he was a player, he only followed Roma.
Inter forward Ruben Botta has conceded that his men will have to be at their best if they’re to come away from Roma with three points.
Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini may not be fit enough to face Milan on Sunday evening, according to reports.
UEFA have confirmed that 76 clubs will be ordered to submit information about their finances ahead of new Financial Fair Play rules.
Antoine Griezmann is being chased by four of Europe’s leading clubs, including Juventus, if reports are to be believed.
Fiorentina ultras will not be present for the first 10 minutes of their game against Lazio, it has been claimed.
Porto striker Jackson Martinez has conceded that his men will be in for a tough encounter when they play Napoli in the Europa League.
Reports in the British Press claim that Napoli could well be targeting a move for Manchester City defender Aleksandar Kolarov.
Diego Costa has revealed his delight at being called up for the Spanish national team as they prepare to face Italy next week.

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