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After a goal-packed Week 15, Dave Taylor puts together his best XI from the latest round of games.
Nicola Legrottaglie says he has no plans to retire once his contract at Catania expires in the summer.
Milan say they have no plans to sell Robinho or Alexandre Pato in January – even though they do want to reduce the size of their squad.
Andrea Agnelli has criticised the Juventus fans who unveiled a banner mocking the Superga tragedy during the derby against Torino.
Enzo Maresca is happy to be back in the world of Italian football after signing for Sampdoria in the summer.
Mirko Vucinic has now gone nine League games without a goal for Italian champions Juventus.
Napoli sporting director Riccardo Bigon has today discussed January transfers and the future of boss Walter Mazzarri.
The representative of Wesley Sneijder will reportedly hold talks with Inter on Monday as the player edges closer to an exit.
Walter Gargano admits that it will be ‘weird’ to take on former club Napoli next weekend.
Coach Zdenek Zeman thinks that his Roma side are still Scudetto candidates, captain Francesco Totti has claimed.
Chelsea boss Rafael Benitez doesn’t think that Shakhtar Donetsk will be content with a draw against Juventus on Wednesday night.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Vincenzo Montella “accepts the verdict” of Fiorentina’s eventful draw with Sampdoria and insists he’s content to be in fourth place.
Ciro Ferrara was happy with a point, but reveals he had told Sampdoria to watch out for their marking on Fiorentina set plays.
Stefan Savic broke his Serie A duck with a sensational brace of headers, but Sampdoria grabbed an impressive 2-2 draw away to Fiorentina.
Fiorentina are forced to field an all-new front line, as they must beat Sampdoria to recapture third place.
Francesco Guidolin was impressed with Udinese's youngsters, but Ivo Pulga saw Cagliari's worst performance.
Serse Cosmi gives Roma credit for the victory and Zdenek Zeman was happy with the fightback.
Serse Cosmi gives Roma credit for the victory and Zdenek Zeman was happy with the fightback.
Vladimir Petkovic admits Lazio didn't do their best, but Roberto Donadoni rues Parma naivety and a penalty appeal.
Gigi Del Neri concedes Genoa made a step backwards, while Eugenio Corini is happy for Alberto Paloschi.
Stefano Pioli praised Bologna's stylish football, but Stefano Colantuono admits he's irritated.
Walter Mazzarri reveals he shook the locker room walls, while Cristiano Bergodi saw Pescara alive and kicking.
Gian Piero Gasperini is resigned to the fact San Siro and Inter represent only “disappointment and regret” in his career.
Andrea Stramaccioni admits Inter had some luck to beat Palermo and insists the club is not ‘bullying’ Wesley Sneijder.
Zdenek Zeman praised Roma’s fightback in Siena and saw it as a sign of their fitness levels improving too.
Vladimir Petkovic concedes Lazio “did not play one of our best games,” but did enough to beat Parma.
Walter Mazzarri still could not be satisfied with Napoli’s 5-1 victory over Pescara and admits he “got very angry at half-time.”
Mattia Destro scored twice for Roma to beat his former Siena teammates, while Lazio continued to climb against Parma and Chievo shocked Genoa in a six-goal thriller.
Inter needed more than a bit of luck to get the better of Gian Piero Gasperini’s Palermo, winning only thanks to an own goal.
Inter President Massimo Moratti insists he doesn’t “want to force” Wesley Sneijder into signing a new contract, so it’s possible he’ll be released on a free transfer.
Mattia Destro returns to Tuscany to start against his former club, as Roma face on-form Siena with some surprising changes.
Napoli survived a brief scare to thrash 10-man Pescara 5-1 with Gokhan Inler and Edinson Cavani bagging a brace each.
Lazio have lost goalkeeper Federico Marchetti for their tough test against giant-killers Parma this afternoon.
Gian Piero Gasperini returns to San Siro seeking revenge as Paulo Dybala leads Palermo against Inter’s Rodrigo Palacio and Diego Milito.

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