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Andrea Mandorlini enthused at Verona’s draw with Juventus, but considers that survival remains the club’s key objective.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Walter Mazzarri said Inter’s players should “watch and learn” from Walter Samuel after he secured victory over Sassuolo.
Alberto Malesani felt Sassuolo played “overall a pretty even game” in their slender 1-0 defeat to Inter.
Hernanes made his debut, but it was Walter Samuel who gave Inter their first victory of 2014, squeezing past Sassuolo.
Sinisa Mihajlovic insists Sampdoria deserved victory, while Diego Lopez points to the referee.
Roberto Donadoni was disappointed by the Tardini surface and Rolando Maran felt Catania did all they could.
Domenico Di Carlo can't believe Livorno lost, but Gian Piero Gasperini enjoys Genoa's view.
Andrea Mandorlini hailed Verona's comeback, but Antonio Conte lambasted the unacceptable Bianconeri.
Giampiero Ventura saw a cloud descend on Toro, while Davide Ballardini relied on team spirit.
Hernanes gets his debut and Fredy Guarin returns as Inter host Sassuolo hoping for their first win of 2014.
Edy Reja was content with Lazio’s goalless Derby della Capitale draw against local rivals Roma.
Rudi Garcia continued criticising Lazio Coach Edy Reja and felt Roma “did everything to win” the Derby.
Antonio Conte blasted “inexplicable” Juventus after they fumbled a 2-0 lead in Verona. “It’s a cold shower of humility.”
Both Lazio and Roma wasted golden opportunities in this Derby della Capitale stalemate.
Juventus fumbled a 2-0 lead in Verona on Daniel Osvaldo’s debut, while Sampdoria and Genoa scraped important victories.
Bologna fought back from an early goal to earn a shock 2-1 victory away to Torino, their first here since December 1980.
Serie A leaders Juventus visit high-flying Verona with Daniel Osvaldo ready for his debut.
Roma are having an almost-perfect season, but Lazio have every intention of tripping them up in the Derby della Capitale.
“I want to forget about Cagliari now. My heart is with Leeds,” said new owner Massimo Cellino.
Livorno are in dire straits, but Coach Mimmo Di Carlo insists “we do not fear anyone,” including Genoa.
Roberto Donadoni prepares Parma to face Catania and hints he could give Nicola Pozzi and Cristian Molinaro debuts.
Napoli have released a statement to counter untrue reports Mario Balotelli was subjected to racist abuse.
Bologna could bring in Aruna Dindane as a free agent after sending Alessandro Diamanti to China.
Tottenham are reportedly attempting to lure Coach Vincenzo Montella away from Fiorentina next season.
Giovanni Trapattoni could be at the 2014 World Cup after all as Coach of the Ivory Coast.
Sinisa Mihajlovic brushed off reports of a contract extension at Sampdoria, focusing on their “duty” against Cagliari.
Gian Piero Gasperini tried to raise Genoa’s spirits ahead of the trip to Livorno. “The derby wasn’t all bad.”
Diego Lopez refused to comment on Massimo Cellino selling Cagliari to mysterious investors, focusing only on Sampdoria.
Alberto Malesani insists Sassuolo “are ready” to take advantage of Inter’s crisis tonight at San Siro.
Verona host leaders Juventus this afternoon and Coach Andrea Mandorlini notes “nothing is impossible.”
The Rome Derby is this afternoon and fierier than ever, while Juventus visit Verona and Inter try to end their crisis against Sassuolo.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Clarence Seedorf seemed to dismiss rumours Mario Balotelli’s tears were down to racist abuse. “It was actually beautiful.”
Clarence Seedorf insisted Mario Balotelli’s tears were not “abnormal” and defended Milan’s performance against Napoli.

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