NEWS

Carlo Ancelotti has admitted that he could leave French giants Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season.
Sampdoria boss Delio Rossi will make a donation to charity after his club fined him for his vulgar hand gesture at the weekend.
Milan chief Silvio Berlusconi has insisted he was joking when he criticised boss Massimiliano Allegri.
Celtic midfielder Kris Commons has mocked Juventus for turning to city rivals Rangers on the eve of their Champions League tie.
Juventus’ swoop for Andrea Barzagli has proved to be exceptional value for money when you consider some Gazzetta dello Sport stats.
Francesco Totti has defended Roma teammate Pablo Daniel Osvaldo after the missed penalty debacle on Sunday.
Milan are still in the hunt to finish in the top three this season, says midfielder Mathieu Flamini.
Diego Milito says he has no intention of returning to his homeland at the end of the season. “I want to stay at Inter.”
Inter’s Dejan Stankovic has admitted that he did consider quitting the game given his fight against injury.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Grosseto are propping up the Serie B table and Coach Leonardo Menichini paid the price, as he has been fired.
Eugenio Corini believes Chievo can take heart from their performance against Inter, as “we did well until the third goal.”
Andrea Stramaccioni saw more than a change of tactics behind the victory over Chievo. “We played like Inter.”
Diego Milito got his first goal of 2013, as Inter ended their crisis by beating Chievo 3-1 in an entertaining match.
President Massimo Moratti feels there are “a thousand reasons” behind the current Inter crisis.
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini was in the stands for Sampdoria-Roma and said he was “happy” for Mario Balotelli.
Inter aim to end their crisis with an all-attack line-up as they welcome Chievo to San Siro, but Mateo Kovacic pulls out at the last minute.
Francesco Guidolin felt Udinese deserved their victory, but Giampiero Ventura said Torino had them on the ropes.
Alberto Malesani still believes in Palermo's chances, but Cristiano Bergodi smiles at the point.
Ivo Pulga believes Cagliari deserved the victory, while Max Allegri explains the Stephan El Shaarawy change.
Stefano Pioli rued a Bologna error, while Beppe Iachini believes in Siena's chances.
Stefano Colantuono warns Atalanta are not safe, while Rolando Maran relished a hard-earned point.
Roberto Donadoni made do with the point and Davide Ballardini admits tactics were decisive.
Daniele De Rossi has branded Sampdoria Coach Delio Rossi’s behaviour “embarrassing,” while the tactician insists he was “provoked.”
Pablo Daniel Osvaldo admits he insisted on taking the Roma penalty. “Now everyone will turn their backs on me.”
Delio Rossi insists he “cleared the air” with the Roma players after the Sampdoria Coach got into a row in the final minutes.
Massimiliano Allegri believes Milan should be pleased with the “deserved point” away to Cagliari, but refused to comment on President Silvio Berlusconi’s critique.
Aurelio Andreazzoli’s Roma debut ended in a 3-1 defeat to Sampdoria and the Coach confirmed Pablo Daniel Osvaldo should not have taken that penalty.
Palermo had to fight back for a point against Pescara on Alberto Malesani’s debut, Udinese beat Torino and there were draws in Bologna and Bergamo.
Mario Balotelli converted another late penalty to earn Milan a 1-1 draw away to Cagliari.
The all-new Roma were beaten 3-1 by Sampdoria, but Pablo Daniel Osvaldo horribly wasted a potentially decisive penalty.
Juventus have named a 22-man squad against Celtic, including Mirko Vucinic and Kwadwo Asamoah, but Paolo De Ceglie has a thigh strain.
Genoa were unlucky to only draw 0-0 away to Parma, as Andrea Bertolacci rattled the woodwork twice.
Mario Balotelli leads the way in Milan’s ‘Mohican Trident’ this afternoon, as Cagliari are finally given the all-clear to host this game.
The Zdenek Zeman era is over and new boss Aurelio Andreazzoli already makes sweeping changes in his first starting XI against Sampdoria, adopting a 3-5-2.

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