NEWS

Rolando Maran said Chievo “almost took all three points” off Inter at San Siro and aren’t done surprising yet.
Italy Coach Antonio Conte complimented title winners Juventus. “They proved themselves superior.”
Bee Taechaubol said the deal for Milan “should be completed in three to four weeks,” after Silvio Berlusconi denied a Chinese meeting.
Napoli need a victory to close in on the Champions League spots, but host a Milan side in crisis at the San Paolo.
Napoli have an ideal opportunity to close on the top three and host a revamped Milan, as both try to recover from shock defeats.
Leonardo Bonucci said Juventus have superior “tactical intelligence” to Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-final.
Vincenzo Montella said Fiorentina’s 3-1 victory over Cesena will “boost morale” ahead of the Sevilla semi-final.
Antonio Di Natale said it was “an honour” to beat Roberto Baggio’s record, but won’t discuss his Udinese future.
Samir Handanovic criticised Inter’s performance against Chievo and said his contract renewal is “not just about money.”
Stefano Pioli praised Lazio’s “character” to earn a difficult point away to “very physical” Atalanta.
Edy Reja felt Atalanta deserved more than a point against second-placed Lazio, but “it could prove decisive.”
Roberto Mancini was “disappointed” by Inter’s 0-0 draw with Chievo, but insisted his team did everything possible.
Lazio clawed back a draw away to Atalanta, so Roma go second, while Chievo scared Inter, Fiorentina crushed Cesena and Antonio Di Natale beat Verona.
Rudi Garcia appreciated Roma’s “team spirit” to beat Genoa and admitted Juventus “thoroughly deserved the Scudetto.”
English referee Martin Atkinson will officiate the Juventus v Real Madrid Champions League semi-final.
Gian Piero Gasperini “believed” Genoa could get a result away to Roma, but “we gave away the first goal.”
It’s reported Silvio Berlusconi met Richard Lee’s Chinese conglomerate today, surprising Thai investor Bee Taechaubol.
Roberto Donadoni says Parma will play Cagliari to make their season “even more dignified,” while hoping football's institutions won't forget them.
Seydou Doumbia and Alessandro Florenzi got the better of Genoa, as Roma pour pressure on Lazio.
There is so much at stake, as Edy Reja faces his old club to keep Atalanta in Serie A and Lazio cling to second place.
Inter play their last cards to keep up with the Europa League race, but take on a Chievo side on good form.
Paulo Dybala confessed he would “like to play abroad” and in the Champions League, whilst discussing his time at Palermo.
Follow all the action as it happens from today’s games Atalanta-Lazio, Inter-Chievo, Fiorentina-Cesena and Verona-Udinese.
Atalanta striker German Denis apologised for punching Empoli’s Lorenzo Tonelli. “I lost control. I shocked myself.”
Roma look to Gervinho, Seydou Doumbia and Victor Ibarbo as they host a Genoa side on fine form looking for Europe.
Cesena Coach Domenico Di Carlo calls for “courage” against Fiorentina today, and hopes to exploit counter-attacks.
English papers claim Inter are prepared to pay £46.2m over four years to get Yaya Touré from Manchester City.
Roma and Genoa go head-to-head in the early game, as both desperately need points for a European push.
Rafa Benitez is reportedly open to a four-year Napoli contract, but only with Champions League qualification.
The Corriere dello Sport claims Adil Rami stormed out of the Milan camp after a blazing row with Coach Pippo Inzaghi.
Andrea Stramaccioni wants Udinese to be focused on their defence against the Verona threat of Luca Toni.http://www.football-italia.net/SerieA/match/preview/53111
Rolando Maran wants to analyse Chievo’s "level of maturity" against Inter, whilst aiming for a strong season finale.
Tottenham are reportedly trying to poach Mohamed Salah from Fiorentina via Chelsea.
Vincenzo Montella insists Fiorentina can achieve their targets of “fifth place and the Europa League Final.”
Gian Piero Gasperini sees today’s clash with Roma as the most difficult for Genoa’s campaign. “Let’s pull the tooth and get it over with.”

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