NEWS

Fiorentina and Inter face off tonight in a head-to-head for Europe, as Stevan Jovetic takes on Mateo Kovacic, Antonio Cassano and Rodrigo Palacio.
Giampiero Ventura praised Torino's character, but Stefano Colantuono felt Atalanta threw away a point.
Cristiano Bergodi admits he expected more from Pescara, while Ivo Pulga dedicates the win to Massimo Cellino.
Italy Under-21 international Fabio Borini is out for the rest of the season after dislocating his shoulder in Liverpool-Swansea.
Walter Mazzarri would not speak to the media, while Sampdoria know they came close to a real upset.
Davide Ballardini assures he has not performed Genoa miracles, while Francesco Guidolin cursed Udinese's luck.
Rolando Maran is proud that Catania can now dream of Europe, while Stefano Pioli rues a bad Bologna start.
Siena have a good home record against Lazio and Coach Beppe Iachini is confident “we can cause them problems” on Monday night.
There are reports Napoli star Marek Hamsik was mugged at gunpoint outside the San Paolo after today’s game.
Paolo Cannavaro slammed the San Paolo pitch, but insisted “the championship isn’t over” after Napoli’s 0-0 with Sampdoria.
Stefano Mauri has not recovered and Cristian Ledesma is suspended, as Lazio name their squad for tomorrow’s trip to Siena.
Catania continue to soar, Genoa made Udinese pay for poor finishing, while Torino and Cagliari won relegation dogfights.
Napoli wasted the opportunity to close the gap on Juventus to two points, as they struggled to earn a 0-0 draw with Sampdoria.
Adriano Galliani is waiting on Stephan El Shaarawy and warns Milan will show “no psychological weakness” against Barcelona.
Hellas Verona fell to a surprise defeat at Novara this afternoon, hitting their promotion hopes.
Napoli have the chance to close the gap on leaders Juventus to just two points as they take on Sampdoria with Pablo Armero and Lorenzo Insigne.
Vladimir Petkovic says Lazio and Juventus can’t complain about fatigue after European games. “We wanted the bicycle, so now let’s get pedalling.”
Sinisa Mihajlovic has history with both Fiorentina and Inter, but warns Stevan Jovetic “is suffering and could leave at the end of the season.”
Today’s clash between Cagliari and Pescara “is practically a relegation play-off,” warns Coach Ivo Pulga.
Roma got back on track by beating Juventus 1-0 last night and Marquinho insists he is “happy” under new Coach Aurelio Andreazzoli.
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.
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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.

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