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Andrea Mandorlini saw Verona helped from Heaven, while Roberto Donadoni was perplexed by the referee.
Gian Piero Gasperini hailed Alberto Gilardino's work ethic, but Giuseppe Sannino saw an unlucky Chievo.
Davide Nicola was annoyed at Livorno's defeat and Delio Rossi saw Sampdoria pride.
Stefano Colantuono wanted a bigger lead for Atalanta, but Vladimir Petkovic saw Lazio lacking courage.
Vincenzo Montella admits Fiorentina-Juventus was a special victory and he “considered replacing” hat-trick hero Giuseppe Rossi.
Antonio Conte felt Juventus had “dominated” the game with Fiorentina apart from “10 nightmare minutes.”
Giuseppe Rossi praised his Fiorentina teammates for an “incredible performance” to beat Juventus 4-2.
Sassuolo earned an historic first Serie A victory, Verona beat Parma in a five-goal thriller, Sampdoria snatched a win at the death in Livorno.
Fiorentina completed an incredible comeback from 2-0 down to win 4-2 in 15 minutes with Giuseppe Rossi’s hat-trick.
Great goals from Luca Cigarini and German Denis doomed Lazio in a 2-1 defeat away to Atalanta.
The enticing grudge match Fiorentina-Juventus has Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente taking on Giuseppe Rossi and Juan Cuadrado.
Barcelona are without Jordi Alba, Ibrahim Afellay and Isaac Cuenca for the Champions League match with Milan.
Napoli have named their squad for the Champions League match with Olympique Marseille, including Gonzalo Higuain.
Hellas Verona have an extra reason to do well against Parma today, explained Coach Andrea Mandorlini.
Antonio Candreva reveals he “did not hesitate for a moment” in signing a contract extension with Lazio.
Stefano Pioli feels Bologna “would be stupid to continue making the same mistakes” against Sassuolo after a disastrous start to the season.
Lazio want their first away win of the season, but take on an Atalanta side in great shape in the early kick-off.
Alessandro Nesta has retired from football at the age of 37. “Now I want to try being a Coach.”
It’s reported Hernanes will ask Lazio to be sold in January, as Arsenal, Tottenham and Atletico Madrid lie in wait.
Matias Silvestre made his Milan debut against Udinese and sees this as “a new beginning for me.”
Alessio Cerci has the utmost respect for Inter, but believes Torino can cause an upset this evening.
Parma visit Verona today and Roberto Donadoni warns Hellas “aren’t in fifth place because of a fluke.”
Atalanta host Lazio in the brunchtime match and Stefano Colantuono wants to see his men play “with flair.”
Fiorentina-Juventus is always a fiery occasion, while today also brings Atalanta-Lazio, Torino-Inter and an Emilia-Romagna Derby.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Ricky Kaka confessed he had “spent all day thinking of the moment” he’d step on to the field at San Siro.
Gabriel was “very happy” with his Serie A debut, as the Milan goalkeeper kept a clean sheet in the 1-0 win over Udinese.
Francesco Guidolin saw “improvements” in Udinese’s away form, despite the 1-0 defeat to Milan.
Max Allegri praised his Milan midfielders for protecting the defence and explains why Gabriel faced Udinese.
Valter Birsa’s scorching strike and debutant goalkeeper Gabriel gave Milan a much-needed 1-0 victory over Udinese.
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti hinted Gareth Bale could “start against Juventus” in the Champions League.
Diego Lopez dedicated victory to the fans, but Rolando Maran rued missed opportunities.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani confirms “it will be very difficult” for Mario Balotelli and Christian Abbiati to face Barcelona.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti blames all their current problems on injuries, as Gabriel gets his Serie A debut against Udinese.
Milan are forced into numerous changes, including debutant goalkeeper Gabriel, as they host Antonio Di Natale’s Udinese.

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