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Finishing second in Serie A remains the target for Milan, midfielder Sulley Muntari said after the 1-1 draw with Napoli.
Adriano Galliani is satisfied with Milan’s 1-1 draw with Napoli – even if it has complicated their bid to finish the season in second.
Javier Zanetti has urged his Inter teammates to forget about the 2-0 loss against Cagliari. “Let’s now focus on the Coppa Italia.”
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Goran Pandev confirmed Walter Mazzarri “is never happy” after Napoli’s 1-1 draw away to Milan.
Mathieu Flamini claims he was sent off for a horror tackle on Juan Camilo Zuniga “because I wanted to prove to everyone I’m worthy of the Milan shirt.”
Walter Mazzarri feels Napoli deserved more than a point from tonight’s 1-1 draw with Milan. “I really saw us coming away with a win.”
Massimiliano Allegri insists Milan should be content to consolidate third place and explains why he dropped Stephan El Shaarawy against Napoli.
Riccardo Montolivo regrets that Milan only held on to their lead over Napoli for three minutes and looks ahead to Juventus.
Palermo goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino publicly apologised after his howler. “If the win didn’t come, it was purely my fault.”
Mathieu Flamini was hero and villain, scoring and seeing red, as Milan were pegged back 1-1 by Napoli at San Siro.
Marek Hamsik insists Napoli “must not be afraid” when stepping into San Siro against Milan this evening.
Manchester United scouts were in the stands to watch Angelo Ogbonna today, but the Torino defender is “not thinking about the future.”
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti warns tonight’s game with Napoli “has become even more important” in the wake of other results.
It’s Robinho, Kevin-Prince Boateng and Giampaolo Pazzini against Edinson Cavani, Marek Hamsik and Goran Pandev in a showdown for second place, dropping Stephan El Shaarawy.
Lazio welcome Serie A leaders Juventus on Monday evening and Vladimir Petkovic warns “nobody is unbeatable.”
Cagliari beat Inter today with a Mauricio Pinilla brace, but the striker happily admits he “dived” for the opening penalty.
Giampiero Ventura felt Torino deserved a point, while Aurelio Andreazzoli explained his decisions.
Roberto Donadoni called it Parma's worst performance and Francesco Guidolin was overjoyed against the odds.
Davide Ballardini admits tension dominated the Derby, but Delio Rossi wanted Francelino Matuzalem sent off.
Eugenio Corini felt the heat, while Rolando Maran insisted Catania aren't resting on their laurels.
Diego Lopez praised Cagliari's efforts despite the lack of a stadium, while Andrea Stramaccioni discussed conspiracy theories.
Giuseppe Sannino insists Palermo won't give up now, while Stefano Pioli commented on the penalty appeals.
Roma rested some stars, but still emerged with a 2-1 victory in Torino. “We were worried,” said Aurelio Andreazzoli.
Andrea Stramaccioni feels this is “a cursed campaign” after Inter suffered more injuries, a dubious penalty and a 2-0 defeat against Cagliari.
Inter capitulated amid more controversy against Cagliari, Erik Lamela’s stunner sank Torino and Udinese shocked Parma.
The Derby della Lanterna ended 1-1 after an ill-tempered game that saw Sampdoria go down to 10 men and Francelino Matuzalem score from midfield.
Inter have to reshuffle yet again amid an injury crisis against Cagliari, played on neutral turf in Trieste.
Palermo wasted a glorious opportunity to climb out of the relegation zone, as Stefano Sorrentino’s howler gifted Bologna a 1-1 draw.
Roma have revamped for their trip to Torino, as Pablo Daniel Osvaldo, Erik Lamela and Dodo’ form a new attack.
The Derby della Lanterna is also a relegation dogfight that sees Sampdoria seek revenge on Genoa by sending them towards Serie B.
Palermo bid for a third consecutive victory to drag themselves out of the relegation zone against a Bologna side who aren’t entirely safe yet.
Antonio Conte knows both Juventus and Lazio will be eager to put their European exits behind them when going head-to-head on Monday night. “Our confidence is not shaken.”
Juventus have made double progress in a meeting with the agent who represents both Arturo Vidal and Barcelona starlet Alexis Sanchez.
Bologna are not mathematically safe yet, so Stefano Pioli fears the “sky high enthusiasm” of this early kick-off in Palermo.

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