Italy U-21s beat Cyprus – just…
Italy are back on the qualification path for the 2015 European Under-21 Championship after a narrow 2-0 win in Cyprus on Monday afternoon.
Ballardini: I want a job…
Davide Ballardini is frustrated after failing to land a job with a Serie A club over the summer months.
Racism a factor in Boateng exit
Kevin-Prince Boateng decided to leave Milan for Schalke 04 this summer after growing tired of racism in Italy.
Greco expects Roma revival
Livorno midfielder Leandro Greco has backed former club Roma to be the surprise package of the 2013-14 campaign.
Cannavaro has to prove worth
The agent of Paolo Cannavaro is certain his client has the ability to break back into the Napoli starting XI.
‘Verratti was tempted by Fiorentina’
Fiorentina claim Paris Saint-Germain’s Marco Verratti initiated the transfer links between the two parties this summer.
Roma had no Garcia doubts
Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini has explained why he opted to hire Rudi Garcia as the club’s new Coach.
FIGC set for Prandelli talks
The Italian Football Federation insist their search for a possible successor to Cesare Prandelli has not yet begun.
Marotta calls for reform
Juventus director general Giuseppe Marotta has underlined how crucial new stadiums could be for the re-birth of Italian football.
Fiorentina to snub winter window
Fiorentina are hoping to ignore the January transfer session. “I’d like to just sit and watch,” stated sporting director Daniele Pradè.
Cerci: I can play anywhere
Torino star Alessio Cerci has defended his use by boss Giampiero Ventura following a change in tactics.
Roma suffer Bradley loss
Roma will reportedly be without Michael Bradley for the next month after he picked up an injury on international duty.
Gattuso calls for Kaka patience
Gennaro Gattuso has told Milan fans to not expect too much too soon from returning hero Kaka.
No Juve-Conte problem, says Nedved
Juventus director Pavel Nedved insists the bond between the club and Coach Antonio Conte remains strong.
Hernandez focused on Palermo
Abel Hernandez says he’s delighted to be playing in Serie B after initially looking to leave Palermo in the summer.
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Serie B: Palermo crush Padova
In the evening kick-offs Palermo shocked Padova to save Gennaro Gattuso’s job and Avellino went top of the Serie B table.
Bonucci and Maggio trust De Rossi
Leonardo Bonucci and Christian Maggio are confident Daniele De Rossi can do well as a centre-back for Italy against the Czech Republic.
Osvaldo: 'Roma wanted me out'
Pablo Daniel Osvaldo is “always proud” to be called by Italy and explained “Roma wanted me to go” to Southampton.
U21: Di Biagio changes for Cyprus
Italy lost their first Under-21 European Championship qualifier, so Gigi Di Biagio “will make three or four changes” against Cyprus.
Kaka: 'To be Milan captain...'
Kaka thanked Marco Amelia for letting him wear the Milan captain’s armband. “It gave me shivers.”
Caceres has torn meniscus
Bad news for Juventus, as Martin Caceres has a suspected torn meniscus while on international duty.
De Rossi defender in Italy 3-5-2
Daniele De Rossi was used in defence as Italy tested out a 3-5-2 system to face the Czech Republic on Tuesday.
Cerci: 'Ready for Czechs'
Alessio Cerci has shaken off a knock and hopes to play in Italy-Czech Republic. “I want to prove my worth.”
Garcia: 'Totti among best in history'
Rudi Garcia is surprised by the “passion” at Roma and sees Francesco Totti as “one of the very best players in the history of the sport.”
Thuram 'never doubted' Conte
Lilian Thuram “never had any doubts” his Juventus teammate Antonio Conte would become a great Coach.
Serie B: Empoli and Cesena shocked
Trapani held Empoli to a surprise draw, Siena squeezed past Bari 3-2 and Lanciano shocked leaders Cesena.
Gonalons 'couldn't handle' Napoli
Lyon star Maxime Gonalons was consistently linked with Napoli, but his agent reveals he said no because he couldn’t “handle the competition.”
Parma loaned 'sentimental' Ninis
Greek international Sotiris Ninis was linked with several clubs, but Parma reveal he moved to PAOK “for sentimental reasons.”
Giovinco: 'Competition is healthy'
Sebastian Giovinco is slipping down the pecking order at Juventus, but insists “competition is part of being in a team.”
Kroldrup Fiorentina comeback?
There are growing reports Per Kroldrup could return to Fiorentina after Ahmed Hegazy was ruled out for six months.
Spalletti: 'Milan and Napoli can win'
Zenit Coach Luciano Spalletti gave his predictions for Serie A, believing Milan and Napoli are the only real contenders to Juventus.
Ronaldo: 'Watch Inter and Kaka'
Ronaldo is back in Italy and believes “Inter will have a great season, while Kaka is fired up for Milan.”
Gervinho blames Wenger
Roma striker Gervinho has blamed Arsene Wenger for his failure at Arsenal. “I wasn’t happy” with the position on the wing.
Buffon: 'My loves, Juve and Italy'
Gianluigi Buffon will earn a record 136th cap in Turin on Tuesday, combining “my two great loves: Italy and Juventus.”
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