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Inter captain Javier Zanetti has given his backing to incoming owner Erick Thohir, after it was revealed the businessman is likely to take over from Massimo Moratti.
Roma President James Pallotta has commented on Sunday’s derby win, claiming he is delighted for everyone at the club.
Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin has urged his side to forget the defeat to Chievo on Saturday and focus on the match with Genoa tomorrow.
Milan’s Mario Balotelli is not the only player to be handed a three-match ban today as Bologna’s Cesare Natali has been given an identical suspension.
Napoli have revealed Christian Maggio will require knee surgery after picking up a meniscus injury.
Mario Balotelli’s post-game confrontation with the referee has cost him a three-match ban. He’ll miss Milan’s games against Bologna, Sampdoria and Juventus.
Sky Italia are reportedly ready to offer even more money for Serie A television rights – but only in return for exclusivity.
Giandomenico Mesto did consider leaving Napoli during the summer amid fears that he would struggle for games.
Fiorentina’s Giuseppe Rossi is rippling the net every 94 minutes so far this season, according to Gazzetta dello Sport statistics.
After another thrilling weekend of superb shots and stunning saves, Dave Taylor picks his best XI from the latest round of Serie A action.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri will not be rushed into fielding summer signing Riccardo Saponara.
Ignazio Abate is struggling to understand the eight-point gap between his Milan side and League leaders Napoli.
Diego Maradona fired up Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain ahead of the Milan game on Sunday evening.
Carlos Tevez scored his third League goal for Juventus on Sunday, but he was delighted to see Fernando Llorente join him on the scoresheet.
Torino chief Urbano Cairo wouldn’t be surprised to see Danilo D’Ambrosio break into the Italian national set-up.
Inter may have scored seven at the weekend, but Andrea Ranocchia is just as happy with the clean sheet at Sassuolo.
Milan will be forced to pay Real Madrid a small fee for Kaka if the Diavolo finish in the top three, claims the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Domenico Di Carlo and Serse Cosmi are being paired with Sassuolo should the club axe boss Eusebio Di Francesco.
Inter chief Massimo Moratti admits he’s been surprised by the immediate impact of boss Walter Mazzarri.
Napoli sporting director Riccardo Bigon is keeping his feet on the ground despite his club’s fantastic start to the season.
Alessandro Matri isn’t convinced Napoli deserved their win at Milan on Sunday night. “We were never out of the match.”
Fernando Llorente has defended the cautious way in which he has been used by boss Antonio Conte following his arrival at Juventus.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Rafa Benitez admitted it wasn’t Napoli’s best game of the season, but “a Coach has to be happy” when winning at San Siro.
Massimiliano Allegri told off Mario Balotelli for his “hysteria,” but insists Milan had “the best performance of the season.”
Pepe Reina became the first goalkeeper ever to save Mario Balotelli’s penalty and confirmed he studied the striker.
Mario Balotelli saw a penalty saved for the first time in career, as Napoli ended their Milan curse to conquer San Siro 2-1.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis admits he has “superstitious fears” against Milan.
It’s a Scudetto showdown at San Siro, as Mario Balotelli’s Milan take on the Napoli of Gonzalo Higuain.
Federico Balzaretti reveals why he burst into tears when scoring in the Rome Derby. “This doesn’t happen every day.”
Andrea Mandorlini blamed a lack of concentration for Verona fumbling their lead in Turin.
Both Rolando Maran and Roberto Donadoni thought their teams had "the right spirit."
Vladimir Petkovic insists Lazio “did not deserve to lose” against Roma and he is “happy with the way we played.”
Stefano Pioli is still surprised by the half-time dismissal, while Giampiero Ventura said Torino deserved the win.
Stefano Colantuono saw a good Atalanta performance and Vincenzo Montella thanked Giuseppe Rossi.

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