NEWS

Vincenzo Montella said Fiorentina are still “burning” from previous Napoli defeats and Rafa Benitez “snubbed us.”
Inter President Erick Thohir warned Walter Mazzarri he wants “the next matches to bring points – plural.”
Fiorentina’s Josip Ilicic is refusing to play for Slovenia as long as Srecko Katanec is the Coach.
There are reports Inter could loan Nemanja Vidic back to Manchester United in January.
Theo Walcott’s agent confirmed “interest from Fiorentina, but I think a move would be almost impossible.”
Marek Hamsik admits he could miss out on Napoli’s trip to Fiorentina tomorrow due to flu symptoms.
Arturo Vidal received a “positive” response from a check-up on his operated knee, confirmed Juventus.
Spezia got the better of Crotone and temporarily soared into second place in Serie B.
Week 11 kicks off today with Sassuolo-Atalanta and Sampdoria-Milan, then Napoli visit Fiorentina and Inter host Verona.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Maurizio Zamparini calls hiring Gennaro Gattuso at Palermo a mistake, and suggests the best Coach he worked with was Francesco Guidolin.
Adem Ljajic discusses meeting Sir Alex Ferguson, admiration for Vincenzo Montella and ambition with Roma.
Roberto Mancini has refused to rule out a return to Inter, citing the age-old cliché that ‘anything can happen’ in football.
The agent of Kalidou Koulibaly has admitted that while the defender is happy at Napoli, rival clubs are following his client ‘every week’.
Stefano Colantuono urges Atalanta to keep a close eye on Sassuolo’s attack tomorrow, as the Neroverdi possess one of Serie A’s ‘best’ frontlines.
Eusebio Di Francesco says that both Simone Zaza and Paolo Cannavaro are available to Sassuolo when Atalanta come to town on Saturday.
Rafael Marquez reckons that Verona can bag the full three points when they travel to Milan to face Inter on Sunday.
Enrico Chiesa says that Mario Gomez will soon hit form for Fiorentina if his teammates are willing to help.
Nicola Leali’s ban has been reduced on appeal to two games, which means that he can be back in Cesena’s goal when they visit Chievo this weekend.
Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba is now an apparent target for Manchester City, according to reports in the British Press.
Former Juventus striker Fabrizio Ravanelli doesn’t think a front three of Carlos Tevez, Alvaro Morata and Fernando Llorente would work.
Vicente del Bosque has explained why Jose Callejon has made his latest Spain squad and why Fernando Torres and Fernando Llorente have not.
Antonio Conte has warned Italy of the threat posed by Croatia on November 16, but promised a display of ‘determination, passion and enthusiasm’ from his players.
Milan have named their squad for Saturday night’s Serie A trip to Sampdoria and include Cristian Zapata and Keisuke Honda.
James Pallotta is confident Roma have what it takes to be crowned Serie A champions this season, whilst he defends the defeats to Bayern Munich.
Inter President Erick Thohir believes Financial Fair Play will only serve to improve the viability of football, rather than hinder it.
Sinisa Mihajlovic says in order for Sampdoria “to stay in heaven, we must beat the devils” when they host Milan in Serie A in Week 11.
Juan Iturbe has insisted that while he is delighted to have started his Roma adventure, he still has much to do to become a champion.
Stephan Lichtsteiner comments that he is ‘talking’ with Juventus about his future, as he considers the differences between a back three and back four.
Jose Callejon has described his inclusion in Vicente del Bosque’s latest Spain squad as ‘a moment of great joy’.
Cristian Zapata will be assessed later today ahead of Milan’s trip to Genoa to face Sampdoria, after the defender missed training this week.
Filippo Inzaghi discusses the struggles of Fernando Torres, Philippe Mexes and Marco van Ginkel - and warns Alessandro Del Piero not to go into coaching!
Filippo Inzaghi has rebuffed claims by Ignazio Abate that Milan must rediscover ‘humility’ if they’re to turn around a recent slump.
Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi insists he needs time to get things right at San Siro, as he calls for supporters to be patient.
Carlos Tevez could be handed a role behind the strikers should Massimiliano Allegri stick with his 4-3-1-2 system for the visit of Parma.

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