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Genoa and Alberto Gilardino aim to continue their fine form against Alessio Cerci and Ciro Immobile’s Torino.
Antonio Cassano’s 100th Serie A goal – a spectacular volley – was not enough as 10-man Bologna held Parma in the Emilia-Romagna Derby.
President Silvio Berlusconi has announced Milan “will have two general managers: Adriano Galliani and Barbara Berlusconi.”
Sampdoria Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic will shed a tear when facing Inter at San Siro, “but I hope Walter Mazzarri is crying at the end.”
Manuel Pasqual is out of Monday’s Fiorentina-Verona match after picking up an injury in training.
Palermo needed an injury-time winner to close within a point of Empoli, but Avellino and Virtus Lanciano failed to take advantage.
It’s the Emilia-Romagna Derby with Antonio Cassano leading out Parma, but Alessandro Diamanti won’t start for Bologna.
Adriano Galliani admits his Milan exit is over, for now. “President Silvio Berlusconi’s words are sacred.”
Stephan Lichtsteiner, Andrea Barzagli, Leonardo Bonucci and Angelo Ogbonna return for Juventus-Udinese.
Vincenzo Montella prepares to face Verona and admits Fiorentina “could’ve done with Luca Toni right about now.”
Roma travel to Atalanta without Francesco Totti, Marco Borriello or Federico Balzaretti.
Christian Abbiati and Ignazio Abate are out of Milan’s trip to Catania, but Stephan El Shaarawy returns.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has surprisingly announced Adriano Galliani “will stay in his position.”
Walter Mazzarri has fond memories of Sampdoria and confirmed Javier Zanetti could get his first Inter start of the season.
The confusion at Milan is set to continue, as President Silvio Berlusconi and Adriano Galliani cancelled their visit.
Controversy is growing over the 149 Lazio fans arrested in Warsaw, as 107 are still being held and accused police of “tricking” them.
Max Allegri urged Milan’s players to isolate themselves from the club feud with Adriano Galliani and welcomed “motivator” President Silvio Berlusconi.
Antonio Conte warns Juventus will have a tough game against Udinese, but notes other chants are equally worthy of punishment.
Roberto Donadoni wants Parma to build on their shock victory at Napoli in today’s Emilia-Romagna Derby with Bologna.
Genoa are one of the form teams in Serie A and Gian Piero Gasperini believes tonight’s game with Torino is “another springboard.”
Stefano Pioli believes Parma’s Antonio Cassano is “with Francesco Totti the best at reading the game before anyone else.”
Juventus could offer Mirko Vucinic to Manchester United in exchange for Nani in January.
Adriano Galliani could postpone his resignation as Milan general manager, but President Silvio Berlusconi will speak today.
Leaders Empoli scraped a 2-2 draw with Brescia deep into stoppages thanks to a Francesco Tavano brace.
Week 14 opens today with the Parma-Bologna local clash and Genoa-Torino, then Catania-Milan is an early Sunday kick-off before two games on Monday.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Monaco have sent scouts to watch Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci, Press reports have insisted this evening.
Genoa defender Giovanni Marchese has conceded that his side face a tough encounter when they come up against Torino on Saturday.
Gian Piero Gasperini has named his 24-man Genoa squad for the match against Torino on Saturday.
Eugenio Corini has claimed that he ‘knows Livorno very well’ as Chievo host the promoted team this weekend.
Angelo Ogbonna has conceded that he is getting used to being rotated at Juventus, insisting it is ‘normal’.
Rodrigo Palacio has insisted that Inter have the best attack in Serie A, as reports suggest that they could sign a new striker in January.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito has rubbished suggestions that Vladimir Petkovic could leave for the Swiss national team.
Paolo Maldini is expected to be named as Milan’s new technical director, reports in the Italian Press have suggested.
Roma and Arsenal will fight it out this January for Barcelona starlet Toni Sanabria, according to reports in the British Press.

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