NEWS

Stephan El Shaarawy is set for consultation in the Netherlands today to ascertain the state of recovery in a foot injury.
Beppe Marotta has assured that Juventus’ goal this week is to ‘go to Fiorentina and win’ to maintain their Europa League journey.
Tommaso Ghirardi says he would hand Roberto Donadoni a five-year contract at Parma if possible, but he cannot stop big clubs’ interest in him.
Miralem Pjanic has sent a message of support to Roma teammate Kevin Strootman, who will undergo surgery on Tuesday.
Blerim Dzemaili is reportedly in line to take Marek Hamsik’s place in the Napoli team tonight, and for a new contract.
Arrigo Sacchi says fans must have patience at Milan, as he backs Clarence Seedorf and Adriano Galliani amid crisis.
Davide Ballardini’s position as Bologna Coach is reportedly under scrutiny once more, after defeat at the weekend.
Silvio Berlusconi is reportedly set to discuss Clarence Seedorf’s future as Milan Coach and he could be out before the end of the season.
Juan Cuadrado hopes that his performance against Chievo will earn him a place in the Fiorentina side to face Juventus in midweek.
Eugenio Corini praised Chievo for their performance at Fiorentina and says the regret in defeat will spur them on to face Roma next week.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Gianluigi Buffon saved a penalty on the day he matched Dino Zoff’s tally and said “there’s always hope with Andrea Pirlo.”
Antonio Conte pointed out “only a great team” like Juventus could’ve won in Genoa tonight and blasted their critics.
Vincenzo Montella was impressed by Chievo’s approach, but fears excessive enthusiasm around Fiorentina.
Gian Piero Gasperini found Genoa’s last-gasp defeat “incredibly painful” and felt they deserved to beat Juventus.
Juan Cuadrado’s sensational volley and a Mario Gomez goal gave Fiorentina a 3-1 win, but Chievo wasted so many chances.
Juventus thanked their veterans for a 1-0 win in Genoa, as Gigi Buffon saved a penalty and Andrea Pirlo scored a late free kick.
Fiorentina President Andrea Della Valle said they “have to win against Chievo” and put Juventus out of their minds.
Andrea Barzagli warns Juventus have a “very difficult game” away to Genoa this evening.
Juventus rotate the squad and face a difficult trip to Gian Piero Gasperini’s Genoa, losing two players at the last minute.
Fiorentina have to beat Chievo tonight if they are to recapture fourth place from Inter and stay in the hunt for third.
Eusebio Di Francesco revealed his Sassuolo half-time talk and Rolando Maran concedes Catania are in trouble.
Domenico Di Carlo admired Livorno's strength with nine men, but Davide Ballardini insists Bologna can still survive.
Diego Lopez felt Cagliari paid for an early error, while Edy Reja appealed to Lazio fans.
Stefano Colantuono saw a relaxed Atalanta, but Sinisa Mihajlovic was furious with Sampdoria.
Clarence Seedorf explained why he and Milan players met with ultras leaders after a 4-2 defeat to Parma, assuring he is “not arrogant.”
Edy Reja again appealed to the Lazio fans after their victory in Cagliari put them back in the running for Europe.
Roberto Donadoni revealed the secret to dealing with Antonio Cassano, Parma’s amazing season and the Milan protest.
Antonio Cassano appealed to Cesare Prandelli for a World Cup spot and scoffed at Milan’s current problems.
Lazio conquered Cagliari, who missed a penalty, while Sassuolo and Livorno won relegation six-pointers.
Antonio Cassano bagged a brace against his old club as Parma sent 10-man Milan plummeting 4-2 after Christian Abbiati’s early red card.
Sinisa Mihajlovic was furious with Sampdoria after their 3-0 defeat to Atalanta. “I’m fed up, from now on only men play.”
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani said the fan protest “hurts” and defended Mario Balotelli ahead of the Parma game.
Rudi Garcia is glad to have Francesco Totti back as Roma host Udinese, but insists “our objective hasn’t changed.”
Atalanta thrashed Sampdoria 3-0 with German Denis, Carlos Carmona and Giacomo Bonaventura goals.

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