Borriello: 'Roma will enjoy this'
Marco Borriello was overjoyed at scoring the goal that put Roma in history. “We’re going to enjoy it.”
Roma make history with perfect 10!
Marco Borriello needed a late goal to get the better of Chievo, but Roma became the first team ever to win the opening 10 Serie A games.
Natalino retires aged 21
Felice Natalino, one of Inter and Italy’s promising young players, has retired due to continuing cardiac problems.
Roma have the opportunity to make history tonight against Chievo, becoming the first Serie A side ever to win the opening 10 games.
Baresi and Batistuta in Hall of Fame
Franco Baresi, Gabriel Batistuta, Fabio Capello and Massimo Moratti are among the new entries to the Italian Football Hall of Fame.
Shevchenko: 'Milan is my home'
Andriy Shevchenko is back in Rossoneri colours after visiting his old club. “Milan feels like my home.”
Belfodil and Moras lose appeals
Ishak Belfodil and Evangelos Moras will have to sit out their two-match bans after appeals were rejected.
Palacio: 'I'd like to end at Inter'
Rodrigo Palacio confirms he will “soon discuss whether to extend the contract. I’d like to end my career at Inter.”
Agent: 'Jorginho could leave Verona'
Jorginho’s agent reveals the Verona starlet “could leave in the summer, but right now his dream is to play in Europe with Hellas.”
Cagliari lose Pinilla
Bad news for Cagliari, as Mauricio Pinilla has suffered a thigh strain and could be out for a month.
Seedorf 'left Milan for Allegri'
Clarence Seedorf reveals he “left Milan because of Massimiliano Allegri. It will take time for them to get back to the top.”
Robinho back in Brazil squad
Brazil boss Luiz Felipe Scolari has surprisingly recalled Milan forward Robinho for two November friendlies.
Pirlo eyes Mihajlovic record
Andrea Pirlo is now just five free-kick goals away from equalling the Serie A record tally of Sinisa Mihajlovic.
Chiellini’s apology to Bergessio
Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini has apologised to Gonzalo Bergessio after his tackle on the Catania man resulted in a fractured fibula.
Perrotta sees Roma win
Simone Perrotta expects Roma to beat Chievo this evening when his two former clubs meet at the Olimpico.
VIDEO Halloween interview with Pirlo
Juventus midfielder Andrea Pirlo as you’ve never seen him before after his monstrous performance against Catania.
Antonini not thinking of Italy call
Luca Antonini has cooled suggestions he could be set for an international recall after being rejuvenated by a move to Genoa.
MLS sides want Quagliarella – agent
A number of MLS clubs are keen on Fabio Quagliarella, but his agent insists he’ll see out the season at Juventus.
Fiorentina launch Cuadrado appeal
Fiorentina have appealed against the dismissal of Juan Guillermo Cuadrado during the 2-1 loss against Napoli.
Catania’s Bergessio fractures fibula
Catania will be without striker Gonzalo Bergessio for at least two months after he sustained a fracture in the 4-0 loss at Juventus.
Udinese response delights Guidolin
Francesco Guidolin has praised his Udinese side for victory against a Sassuolo outfit who impressed him.
An undeserved defeat for Donadoni
Parma boss Roberto Donadoni was content with his side’s performance despite the 1-0 loss at Genoa.
Juventus confirm Pogba will extend
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta says the club will tighten their grip on Paul Pogba, while he’s delighted with the outfit’s Golden Ball nominations.
Survival is Verona’s Scudetto
Verona boss Andrea Mandorlini is refusing to get carried away by his side’s sensational start to the season.
Gilardino makes Genoa pledge
Alberto Gilardino is happy to be making transfer headlines, but he’s committed himself to current club Genoa.
Kaka: First Milan then Brazil
Kaka is hoping to use his summer return to Milan as a springboard for World Cup 2014 selection.
Viola can’t tie down Cuadrado yet
Fiorentina have reminded fans they are not in total control of key wide man Juan Guillermo Cuadrado’s future.
Isla keen to repay Juventus
Mauricio Isla accepts he needs to rediscover his form of the past to pay back Juventus, the fans and boss Antonio Conte.
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
ADV: 'Cuadrado decision inexplicable'
Fiorentina President Andrea Della Valle was furious after the defeat to Napoli, but hopes the referee “can grow and learn from this.”
Petkovic: 'Lazio could've won'
Vladimir Petkovic maintains Lazio “deserved to win” in their 1-1 draw with Milan, though they took a while to get going.
Benitez: 'Napoli had to defend'
Rafa Benitez praised Napoli’s defensive performance against Fiorentina, but wouldn’t comment on the refereeing.
Montella: 'Viola aren't victims'
Vincenzo Montella refused to blame the referee after Fiorentina’s defeat to Napoli. “I told the team not to act like victims.”
Allegri: 'Milan had a good game'
Massimiliano Allegri insists “Milan played a good game” despite their 1-1 draw with Lazio.
Conte enjoys Juve clean sheets
Antonio Conte was particularly pleased that Juventus beat Catania with a clean sheet and complimented the “prolific” Carlos Tevez.
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