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Goran Pandev celebrated his goal against Pescara and pointed out Napoli “are targeting the Scudetto next season.”
Clarence Seedorf is the main contender to replace Massimiliano Allegri on the Milan bench next season, claims La Gazzetta dello Sport.
This afternoon is the Turin Derby and Alessio Cerci feels it is “the perfect timing” for the two rival clubs.
Siena are only one point clear of the relegation zone and Beppe Iachini warns they “cannot stop now” against Roma.
Delio Rossi faces his old club Fiorentina and Adem Ljajic, the player he punched in a dugout brawl. “I already apologised. It’s over.”
Catania boss Rolando Maran visits Milan this evening and insists they are still “on the train of dreams” for Europe.
Giuseppe Sannino warns today’s game with Inter is “a crossroads for Palermo. It’s either Serie A or Serie B.”
Juventus take on city rivals Torino, but Europe and relegation races cross over with Palermo-Inter, Parma-Lazio, Samp-Fiorentina and Roma-Siena.
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Walter Mazzarri admits he was “worried” when Napoli weren’t finding the breakthrough, but eventually beat Pescara 3-0.
Napoli pummelled Pescara in the second half for a 3-0 victory that means the Juventus Scudetto party is postponed.
Mario Balotelli said the election of Italy’s first black Minister “represents another great step forward to a more responsible” and integrated country.
Roma have confirmed Maarten Stekelenburg is out of tomorrow’s match with Siena after an injury in training.
Diego Lopez doubts Cagliari are sated by success, while Francesco Guidolin is amazed at Udinese's latest Euro bid.
Stefano Colantuono can't believe Atalanta failed to win, while Stefano Pioli hailed Bologna's resilience.
Udinese snatched a 1-0 victory away to Cagliari to stay in the European hunt, while Bologna clawed back a 1-1 result against Atalanta.
Lorenzo Insigne leads Napoli out against his old club Pescara this evening, as this result could spark a Scudetto party.
There is a great deal at stake in the Derby della Mole, but Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura hopes it “can be a festival of sport” against Juventus.
Christian Abbiati and Massimo Ambrosini are out of Milan-Catania, but Mario Balotelli returns from suspension.
Senad Lulic and Lorik Cana have not recovered in time for Lazio’s trip to Parma on Sunday afternoon.
Matias Silvestre and Antonio Nocerino could exchange places across San Siro, claim Italian newspapers.
Chievo striker Sergio Pellissier will undergo surgery next week after suffering “a serious ankle injury.”
It is reported the decision on when to play the Coppa Italia Final Roma-Lazio will not be made until late next week.
Atalanta and Bologna are not mathematically safe yet and go head-to-head for that final push over the edge.
Udinese aim to continue their march on Europe by taking on high-flying Cagliari at the Stadio Nereo Rocco.
Hellas Verona and Livorno earned comfortable victories to close on Sassuolo, while Padova-Novara was a six-goal spectacle.
There are reports that Roma turned down a £20m Manchester City offer for Erik Lamela.
Fiorentina legend Gabriel Batistuta believes Edinson Cavani is among the world’s top three strikers and admits “I envy Francesco Totti.”
Aurelio Andreazzoli admits Roma are hitting some bumps in the road, but “our plan is to construct a club based on the Borussia Dortmund model.”
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis said Walter Mazzarri has “a different concept of football” and wants to abolish the Europa League.
Sebastian Giovinco is back in the Juventus side for the Turin derby, but Mauricio Isla pulls out with a muscular problem.
Massimiliano Allegri insists his “future will not be decided” in the battle with Fiorentina for third place, but warns the match with Catania could be key.
Roma are without Mattia Destro, Marquinho and Marquinhos for their home game with Siena on Sunday afternoon.
Andrea Stramaccioni insists Inter will not sell Samir Handanovic and Fredy Guarin, but has regrets over this season as they visit Palermo.
Vincenzo Montella revisits Sampdoria memories and feels Fiorentina have the upper hand over Milan “because we are disenchanted.”

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