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Inter to appeal duo bans
Italian giants Inter have announced that they have appealed against the suspensions of Antonio Cassano and Andrea Stramaccioni.
Stramaccioni to unleash young Inter
Andrea Stramaccioni will field a youthful Inter side in their Europa League game against Rubin Kazan on Thursday.
Gasperini axe rumours ‘intolerable’
Palermo director Pietro Lo Monaco has made it clear that his club will not consider the dismissal of boss Gian Piero Gasperini.
Lamela out for 21 days
Italian capital outfit Roma will be without the in-form Erik Lamela for the next three weeks because of injury.
Cavani unaware of Atletico interest
Edinson Cavani’s entourage know nothing of alleged interest in the Napoli man from Atletico Madrid.
Sannino believes in Destro
Mattia Destro will become an important player despite his initial struggles following his move to Roma, says one of his former Coaches.
Ambrosini will quit Milan
Massimo Ambrosini will reportedly bring an end to his Milan love affair at the end of this campaign.
‘Di Matteo ready for Italy’
Dino Zoff thinks that sacked Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo could revive his coaching career in Serie A.
Poli: Derby win will spur on Samp
Andrea Poli is confident that the derby win over Genoa is the start of a Sampdoria recovery.
Candreva makes Lazio pledge
Antonio Candreva has revealed that he will remain with current club Lazio until at least June 2014. “I’m not going back to Udinese.”
Calaio not joining Napoli
Siena Vice-President Valentina Mezzaroma has rubbished reports that Emanuele Calaio will be joining Napoli.
Milan Champions League preview
Milan will be looking for qualification when they take on Anderlecht in the Champions League on Wednesday.
No January move for Llorente
Juventus target Fernando Llorente will stay at Athletic Bilbao until the end of the season, says teammate Ander Iturraspe.
Di Matteo takes blame for defeat
It doesn’t look like Roberto Di Matteo thought he would be sacked by Chelsea after the 3-0 reverse at Juventus last night.
Alessio thanks crowd for victory
Juventus assistant boss Angelo Alessio has thanked the crowd for inspiring them to victory over Chelsea on Tuesday.
Zarate to quit Lazio in January
Mauro Zarate will leave Italian giants Lazio during the January transfer window, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Vidal an unlikely goal hero
Arturo Vidal has admitted that he is surprised by his goal-packed start to the season with Juventus.
Lichtsteiner: I can’t always play…
Stephan Lichtsteiner was happy with his performance against Chelsea after returning to the Juventus starting line-up.
Asamoah hails Juventus tactics
Kwadwo Asamoah has credited Juventus boss Antonio Conte for masterminding the 3-0 destruction of Chelsea.
Chiellini: We still need a point!
Giorgio Chiellini admits he has regrets that Juventus have still not qualified for the Champions League last 16 despite the emphatic win over Chelsea.
Di Matteo sacked by Chelsea
A 3-0 defeat to Juventus on Tuesday has cost Roberto Di Matteo his job at Champions League holders Chelsea.
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Di Matteo: 'Chelsea can still qualify'
Roberto Di Matteo insists Chelsea “still have hope of qualifying” for the Champions League knockouts after their defeat to Juventus.
Cech: 'Juve deserved to win'
Petr Cech concedes Juventus “deserved to win” against Chelsea and qualification is now in the Italians’ hands.
Quagliarella: 'Almost impossible...'
Fabio Quagliarella admits it was “almost impossible” that he scored against Chelsea with the same trick that had gone so close with Lazio.
Bonucci: 'This is Juventus'
Leonardo Bonucci explained the approach against Chelsea. “If we sit back and wait, then we’re not Juventus.”
Alessio: 'Chelsea tactics helped'
Assistant manager Angelo Alessio hinted that Roberto Di Matteo’s tactical choices actually helped Juventus to beat Chelsea.
Buffon: 'Juve sent a signal'
Gianluigi Buffon believes the dominant win over Chelsea was “a sign for Juventus and for Italy” that silenced the doubters.
Juve crush Chelsea!
Juventus dominated Chelsea in Turin with Fabio Quagliarella, Arturo Vidal and Sebastian Giovinco in a 3-0 Champions League triumph.
Cellino slams 'unsporting' Roma
Cagliari President Massimo Cellino launched a scathing attack on the FIGC and Roma after his appeal was rejected. “My sporting soul died today.”
Juventus have Mirko Vucinic, Fabio Quagliarella and Andrea Pirlo in tonight’s Champions League showdown with Chelsea, who drop Fernando Torres.
Bologna's Taider has surgery
Bologna have announced Saphir Taider underwent surgery today to stabilise a fractured wrist and Gianluca Curci is out for three weeks.
Allegri: 'Anderlecht is Pato's game'
Massimiliano Allegri feels Milan’s trip to Anderlecht “could be Alexandre Pato’s game” and reassures Christian Abbiati, but warns qualification won’t be decided tomorrow.
Mexes feels 'Milan confidence'
Philippe Mexes praised Anderlecht in a “balanced” Champions League group, but notes Milan’s comeback at Napoli “gave us a lot of confidence.”
Cagliari-Roma result confirmed
The FIGC has rejected Cagliari’s appeal against the 3-0 result awarded to Roma after authorities called off the match.
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