NEWS

Clarence Seedorf has reflected that his return to Milan as Coach has felt like he was never away from the Rossoneri.
Adil Rami believes that Milan may show this week against Atletico Madrid that they are ‘getting better with time’.
Demetrio Albertini admits that Atletico Madrid are favourites this week, but that opponents Milan cannot be written off.
Leonardo Bonucci has defended Antonio Conte’s decision to cut Juventus’ day off last week, and also backed Sebastian Giovinco.
Pippo Inzaghi says he is rooting for Clarence Seedorf to come good at Milan and that he is taking his own career ‘a step at a time’.
Andrea Poli is reportedly in line to take an attacking position for Milan in their Champions League meeting with Atletico Madrid this week.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Rudi Garcia said Roma replied to “a lack of respect” from critics with their 3-0 hammering of Sampdoria.
Sinisa Mihajlovic acknowledged Sampdoria “lost deservedly” 3-0 against Roma and criticised his players.
Miralem Pjanic said Roma “believe” in the Scudetto, but refused to be drawn on his future. “We’ll see.”
Mattia Destro’s brace and a Miralem Pjanic free kick allowed Roma to push past Sampdoria 3-0.
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni slammed the “grotesque” order to close the stands against Sampdoria and Inter.
Alberto Malesani rued a shaky Sassuolo start, while Rafa Benitez praised Napoli's intensity.
Antonio Conte defended Sebastian Giovinco, while Eugenio Corini thought Chievo showed hunger.
Gian Piero Gasperini saw one of Genoa's best performances and Francesco Guidolin credited the crowd.
Roma need a victory to keep up with Juventus and Napoli, but Sinisa Mihajlovic’s Sampdoria can cause an upset.
Diego Lopez felt Cagliari weren't good enough, but Domenico Di Carlo praised a great Livorno performance.
Stefano Colantuono curses Atalanta's own goal and Roberto Donadoni unleashes Parma's Euro ambitions.
Antonio Conte continued to rage against “guru of football” Fabio Capello for “sticking his nose in” to Juventus business.
Rafa Benitez praised Napoli’s performance against Sassuolo and added another chapter in the row with Inter.
Antonio Conte gave Fabio Capello both barrels after he criticised Juventus this week. “There’s more stink in his house.”
Edy Reja was irritated with Lazio’s “timid approach” in Catania and confessed they deserved to lose.
Napoli conquered Sassuolo, Genoa-Udinese was a six-goal thriller, while Livorno and Parma had huge away wins.
Juventus had a scare after the restart with Martin Caceres putting into his own net, but swept Chievo aside 3-1.
Rolando Maran said Catania’s season “starts here” after crushing Lazio 3-1. “Everyone said we were done for.”
Despite Stefano Mauri’s goal on his first start, Lazio were humiliated 3-1 by bottom of the table Catania.
Juventus revamp their squad and look to Sebastian Giovinco as they try to get back on track against Chievo.
Paolo Cannavaro faces his former club for the first time as Napoli visit Sassuolo, a team they failed to beat this season.
Serie B side Novara have officially sacked Alessandro Calori and brought back ex-Coach Alfredo Aglietti.
President Claudio Lotito hinted Miroslav Klose could extend his Lazio contract. “We’ll make the right decision.”
Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini was “touched” by his team’s fightback against Juventus, but is now focused on Torino.
Gian Piero Gasperini insists today’s Genoa-Udinese encounter is a relegation dogfight. “We need to secure safety.”
Domenico Di Carlo continues to “believe” Livorno can avoid relegation and today they face Cagliari.
Lazio are still unbeaten in Serie A under Edy Reja, but visit an increasingly desperate Catania side.
Fiorentina face an anxious wait for Juan Cuadrado and Gonzalo Rodriguez, while Juan Manuel Vargas fractured his hand.

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