NEWS

Mario Balotelli sent a cryptic message after Milan’s draw with Genoa, writing on Twitter: “This is the end. :-)”
Gigi De Canio believes Catania should ride the wave of enthusiasm against Torino and turn their season around.
Roma are in mourning after the death of Amedeo Amadei, who won their first Scudetto in 1941-42.
Rudi Garcia admits he “didn’t understand the Roma fans” hurling insults at his players when he first arrived.
Juventus visit Livorno today and Coach Davide Nicola points out “we know we can do well against stronger teams.”
Massimiliano Allegri reveals Milan President Silvio Berlusconi “was satisfied with the performance” against Genoa.
Milan general manager Adriano Galliani asked fans not to “make a drama” out of their probable failure to qualify for Europe.
Juventus can temporarily take the top spot with a result away to Livorno, while Sinisa Mihajlovic makes his Sampdoria debut against Lazio.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Ricky Kaka and Christian Abbiati met with 300 angry Milan fans who blocked the San Siro exits after a draw with Genoa.
Massimiliano Allegri insists he has “not run out of ideas” after Milan’s draw with 10-man Genoa.
Rafa Benitez concedes Napoli “did not play to our usual level” against Parma and gave an injury update on Marek Hamsik.
Roberto Donadoni hailed Parma for their surprise victory at Napoli and people “cannot ignore” Antonio Cassano.
Gian Piero Gasperini admits Genoa had to defend their 1-1 draw at Milan after going down to 10 men.
Antonio Cassano scored Parma’s winner at Napoli and reveals he’ll be in Brazil next summer, “though I don’t know if on vacation or with the Azzurri.”
Milan’s crisis continues, as they couldn’t do more than 1-1 against 10-man Genoa with another Mario Balotelli penalty saved.
Napoli paid the price for wasted opportunities, as Antonio Cassano gave Parma a shock 1-0 victory at the San Paolo.
Eugenio Corini had advice for his Chievo after winning the derby, but Andrea Mandorlini blamed Verona.
Adriano Galliani insists Kaka is “back where he belongs” as trequartista for Milan after tactical experiments.
Alessandro Matri, Mario Balotelli and Kaka start as Milan try to end their negative streak against on form Genoa.
Napoli are torn in different directions as they host Antonio Cassano’s Parma this evening.
A last-gasp goal gave Chievo a shock victory away to Hellas in the Derby di Verona on Eugenio Corini’s debut.
Vincenzo Montella is happy Antonio Di Natale will be fit to face Giuseppe Rossi in Udinese-Fiorentina.
Inter patron Erick Thohir is targeting third place and admits he “never dreamed” of being President when he approached Massimo Moratti.
The first Derby di Verona in 11 years also has Eugenio Corini returning to the Chievo bench aiming to end a perfect Hellas home record.
Roma defender Nicolas Burdisso wrote a touching open letter to Livorno captain Andrea Luci, whose son has a rare disease.
Empoli are sole Serie B leaders after Avellino crumbled in a five-goal thriller at Crotone, but Carpi-Siena was rained off.
New Sampdoria Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic made a shock announcement in his Press conference: it will be his last.
Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin believes tomorrow’s opponents Fiorentina “have the best midfield in Italy.”
Juventus have Mirko Vucinic back, but miss a host of players for Sunday’s trip to Livorno.
Roberto Mancini says his old friend Sinisa Mihajlovic is “the best possible choice” for Sampdoria Coach.
Vladimir Petkovic warns “three points are necessary and anything else is idle chatter, as Lazio face Sinisa Mihajlovic’s Sampdoria.
There are reports Napoli offered up to €4.2m per season wages to Liverpool defender Daniel Agger.
Rudi Garcia insists “it still depends only” on Roma to hold off Juventus for top spot as they host Cagliari on Monday.
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli demands more investment in youth academies. “If you can’t afford to buy champions, you need to create them.”

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