NEWS

Roberto Mancini insists that there is no exit clause in his Inter contract, and discusses Thursday’s Celtic match.
Parma will today learn whether they will face administration, as the deadline to pay outstanding player wages looms.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Gigi Buffon blasted himself and his Juventus teammates for their “unacceptable attitude” at Cesena, but also slammed critics.
Domenico Di Carlo praised Cesena for their “courage” in holding Juventus 2-2 and explained his penalty protest.
Max Allegri said Juventus will “cancel out signs of arrogance” after being pegged back 2-2 by Cesena.
Rolando Maran couldn’t help but be “satisfied” after Chievo’s second consecutive victory sank Sampdoria.
Cesena held leaders Juventus to a shock 2-2 draw after Arturo Vidal missed a late penalty in this wide open encounter.
Sinisa Mihajlovic was pleased with Luis Muriel and Samuel Eto’o, but said Sampdoria “must rediscover our confidence.”
Gianfranco Zola thanked Zeljko Brkic for keeping Cagliari in their 1-1 draw at Torino, but “we must be cooler in front of goal.”
Andrea Mandorlini warned Verona “need to find our old solidity” after a 5-2 hammering at Genoa.
Giampiero Ventura had “regrets” that Torino failed to win five in a row, but the draw with Cagliari was “a small step forward.”
Andrea Stramaccioni blamed Udinese for “getting too angry” after a dubious penalty in their 1-0 defeat to Lazio.
Roberto Mancini confirmed Inter will “consider” signing free agent Dias Felipe, who walked out on Parma.
Fiorentina patron Andrea Della Valle warned Claudio Lotito’s role in the Federation “is unsustainable.”
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta slammed Lazio President Claudio Lotito for creating a “feudal system.”
Juventus have the chance to go nine points clear at the top, but are without Carlos Tevez against plucky Cesena.
Chievo were clinical in making the most of Sampdoria mistakes for a 2-1 victory, though Luis Muriel scored on his debut.
Stefano Colantuono felt Atalanta “did not deserve” to go behind, but Inter had free rein after the red card.
Juventus visit Cesena, but will they break away at the top of become the latest big club upset by minnows this weekend?
Gian Piero Gasperini feels Genoa is “the ideal club” for M’Baye Niang after his brace to beat Verona 5-2.
Roberto Donadoni said Parma’s performance to hold second-placed Roma proves their “dignity” in dire circumstances.
Stefano Pioli praised Lazio for their rediscovered mentality against Udinese. “The lads gave everything.”
Roberto Mancini joked about recent controversy as Inter thumped Atalanta 4-1 in Bergamo. “We won’t celebrate either!”
Rudi Garcia admits Roma’s draw with Parma was “negative,” so the fans are right to be disappointed.
Roma were surprisingly pegged back by bottom club Parma, but Inter ended their Atalanta taboo in style, Genoa smashed Verona 5-2 and Lazio conquered Udinese.
Empoli Coach Maurizio Sarri said Milan “panicked” after the equaliser and relished their reputation as giant-killers.
Pippo Inzaghi said Milan “need to find confidence” after more injury problems and a 1-1 home draw with Empoli.
Mattia Destro broke his Milan duck, but Empoli more than deserved a 1-1 draw with Diego Lopez sent off and more injuries.
Inter aim to build momentum and end their Atalanta taboo, but Mauro Icardi is ruled out by illness.
Roma have the chance to close on Juventus and break away from Napoli, so start Seydou Doumbia and Gervinho against struggling Parma.
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Claudio Lotito doubled down on controversial comments, saying Andrea Agnelli “hates me” and Lega Serie B President Andrea Abodi is “a cretin.”
Miralem Pjanic is the latest player struck by the Roma flu epidemic and misses out on today’s game with Parma.
Juventus prepare their move for Stevan Jovetic after he said Manchester City Coach Manuel Pellegrini “killed me.”

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