Corini: Seedorf a brave man
Chievo Coach Eugenio Corini has described Milan counterpart Clarence Seedorf as brave ahead of tomorrow night’s meeting between the two sides.
Poli back for Milan
Clarence Seedorf has named a 21-man squad for Milan’s Serie A match with Chievo tomorrow evening.
Gomez ‘can only look forward’
Fiorentina striker Mario Gomez says that all he can do is look forward following his latest injury setback.
Pirlo: Juve right for me
Juventus talisman Andrea Pirlo believes the Old Lady are the right club with which to continue his career.
Meggiorini: Toro must be on guard
Torino forward Riccardo Meggiorini has warned his team against complacency when the take on Cagliari this weekend.
Ballardini focusing on Atalanta
Bologna boss Davide Ballardini has insisted that his men have forgotten about the loss to Chievo in midweek.
Colantuono: Fans right to be excited
Atalanta boss Stefano Colantuono has conceded that the fans ‘are right’ to be excited about their recent form.
Amauri cleared for Roma game
Amauri will be allowed to play in Parma’s match against Roma next Wednesday, despite being sent off against Juventus this week.
Lavezzi: PSG move down to respect
Paris Saint-Germain Ezequiel Lavezzi has revealed that he decided to join the French side ‘out of respect’ for Napoli.
Seedorf looks for Chievo win
Clarence Seedorf has urged his Milan side to continue their good run of form with a win against Chievo tomorrow.
Callejon: We believe in second
Jose Maria Callejon has insisted that Napoli will fight until the very last moment to get into second place this season.
'Europa League not real success'
Former Inter boss Jose Mourinho believes that should Juventus win the Europa League, the club should not consider it ‘a real success’.
Leeds squad get 50 per cent of wages
The chairman of the Professional Footballers’ Association Gordon Taylor has revealed that the Leeds squad have only been paid 50 per cent of this month’s wages.
Desailly: You can’t blame Galliani
Former Milan man Marcel Desailly understands the frustration voiced by club legend Paolo Maldini, but says Adriano Galliani can't be blamed.
Viola fight with Barca for duo
Fiorentina will fight with Barcelona for a pair of La Liga centre-backs in the summer, according to reports.
Seedorf given European objective
Clarence Seedorf has admitted that Milan’s hierarchy have charged him with getting the club into Europe this season.
Agent: No Kovacic-Mazzarri feud
Mateo Kovacic’s agent has insisted that the playmaker has no issue with Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri.
Pizarro offered Viola extension?
Veteran midfielder David Pizarro will be offered a one-year extension by Fiorentina, it has been claimed this afternoon.
Serie A Team of Week 30
Following a midweek round where records were made, broken and smashed Dave Taylor picks his best XI.
‘Atalanta atmosphere like Juve’s’
Marcelo Estigarribia says that the atmosphere at Atalanta reminds him of a similar one he saw at Juventus.
Trap: Juventus aren’t lucky
Giovanni Trapattoni has rejected the idea that Juventus’ success this season is down to luck, calling Antonio Conte a ‘Coach of absolute value’.
Paloschi: No Milan regrets
Alberto Paloschi says he has no regrets that his career has taken him away from Milan, whilst he looks at Chievo’s more ‘manageable’ calendar coming up.
Webb: Pirlo’s free-kick…
Howard Webb is grateful for his ovation at Fiorentina-Juventus, and for being able to witness first hand Andrea Pirlo’s free-kick.
Granada may sack Dani Benitez
Granada are reportedly looking to sack Udinese-owned player Dani Benitez, after he allegedly tested positive for cocaine.
‘Pogba evaluations after World Cup’
Mino Raiola has clarified that he and Paul Pogba won’t consider offers from Juventus or other clubs until after the World Cup.
Tevez ‘didn’t expect decisiveness’
Carlos Tevez says he didn’t expect to be so decisive for Juventus in his first year, as he reflects on where the League is won and lost.
Serie A debt at €1.5bn
Serie A clubs increased revenue last season by eight per cent, but also spending by four per cent, with total debt set at €1.5bn.
Pallotta: We’ll retire Totti’s 10
James Pallotta says new stadiums are essential for Italian football, there is no rush over Rudi Garcia and that Francesco Totti’s No 10 will retire with him.
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Mazzarri: 'Inter deserved victory'
Walter Mazzarri felt Inter “fully deserved a victory” against Udinese and explained why he bit a water bottle.
Guidolin: 'Udinese under siege'
Francesco Guidolin admits Udinese were “under siege for 20-30 minutes,” but liked their approach to Inter.
Scuffet admires Handanovic
Udinese’s 17-year-old goalkeeper Simone Scuffet was man of the match, but asked for Samir Handanovic’s shirt.
Udinese hold wasteful Inter
Once again Inter wasted numerous scoring opportunities and were denied by heroic Simone Scuffet for a 0-0 draw with Udinese.
Liverpool seek Swiss Napoli duo
Swiss sources claim Liverpool are targeting Napoli midfielders Gokhan Inler and Valon Behrami.
Inter 'working towards' Dzeko, Torres
Inter director Piero Ausilio confirmed Ibrahima Mbaye will return and they are “working in the direction” of Edin Dzeko or Fernando Torres.
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