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Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Inter President Erick Thohir said referee Paolo Tagliavento “killed the game” after a 4-2 defeat to Napoli.
Walter Mazzarri blamed the referee for Inter’s 4-2 defeat at Napoli, insisting his side “took control from start to finish.”
Rafa Benitez revealed Lorenzo Insigne should’ve taken the penalty and insists there was no “revenge” against Inter.
Gonzalo Higuain assured Napoli fans he “can improve a great deal” after scoring in the 4-2 win over Inter.
Walter Mazzarri’s return to the San Paolo was not a happy one, as Napoli beat Inter 4-2 and missed a penalty in an exhilarating match.
Antonio Conte insists Juventus “could not take for granted” their 4-0 victory over Sassuolo.
Sassuolo boss Eusebio Di Francesco admits “Juventus were superior” in a 4-0 hammering.
Carlos Tevez got Juventus back on track with a hat-trick as they crushed Sassuolo 4-0 for an eighth straight win.
Massimo Moratti angrily reacted to newspaper claims there are disagreements with new Inter owner Erick Thohir.
Walter Mazzarri and Rafa Benitez face their past with a huge title clash between Napoli and Inter at the San Paolo.
Francesco Guidolin is prepared to step aside for Udinese, while Giampiero Ventura has high hopes.
Roberto Donadoni fears Parma were under Centenary pressure and Diego Lopez saw a fine Cagliari.
Vladimir Petkovic thought Lazio deserved even more goals, but Davide Nicola saw a timorous Livorno.
Gian Piero Gasperini has huge regrets at the late equaliser, but Stefano Colantuono said it was deserved.
Vincenzo Montella saw a perfect Fiorentina, but Stefano Pioli believes Bologna helped them out.
Eugenio Corini insists Chievo put in a good performance, while Sinisa Mihajlovic wasn't entirely happy.
Fernando Llorente admits it’s “difficult to forget” the defeat to Galatasaray, but Juventus must focus on Sassuolo.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta insists they “do not need to repair” the squad after their Champions League exit.
Juventus try to get over their Champions League exit by hosting giant-killers Sassuolo in the 17.30 GMT kick-off.
Francesco Guidolin has threatened to quit Udinese after defeat to Torino. “If I am the problem, I’ll walk away. I suffer too much.”
Vincenzo Montella felt the 3-0 victory over Bologna was Fiorentina’s best of the season and Borja Valero “will be a great Coach.”
Vladimir Petkovic admits Miroslav Klose “makes everyone raise their game” and confirmed a Keita Balde row.
Fiorentina crushed Bologna, Miroslav Klose’s brace revived Lazio, Sampdoria and Torino earned shock away wins in Udine and Verona, while last-gasp Atalanta held Genoa.
Fiorentina utterly dominated Bologna with splendid goals from Josip Ilicic, Borja Valero and Giuseppe Rossi.
Inter President Erick Thohir slammed reports he is looking for another Coach. “I trust Walter Mazzarri.”
Virtus Lanciano paid the penalty in a shock 1-0 home defeat to a revived Pescara.
Milan are languishing in ninth place, but Kevin Constant remains confident they can “repeat last season’s comeback.”
Francesco Totti and Mattia Destro are ready to face Milan tomorrow, but Marco Borriello and Miralem Pjanic miss out.
This could be Vladimir Petkovic’s last game on the Lazio bench and he has Miroslav Klose back from the start against Livorno.
Fiorentina rely on Giuseppe Rossi, Juan Cuadrado and Josip Ilicic in the Derby dell’Appennino against Bologna.
Milan are without Kevin Constant, Robinho, Stephan El Shaarawy and Ignazio Abate for tomorrow’s game with Roma.
Rudi Garcia assures Roma will “go to win” against Milan tomorrow and “don’t lack ambition” for the Scudetto.
Livorno haven’t won away to Lazio since 1943, but Coach Davide Nicola is sure “we can fight it out with anyone.”
Stefano Pioli tells Fiorentina that his Bologna side are “not beaten before we begin” in today’s encounter.

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