Sannino: Salvation still possible
Palermo boss Giuseppe Sannino believes that Sunday's draw with Catania keeps them in place to stay in Serie A.
Juve fined for racial abuse
Juventus have been fined €30,000 after a section of their fans were heard chanting racist abuse during Sunday's match against Milan.
Donadoni’s father passes away
Parma and Milan have sent their condolences to Roberto Donadoni after the tactician’s father passed away.
Viola believe, says Viviano
Fiorentina goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano has warned Milan that his Viola side want a place in next season’s Champions League.
Pescara have Verratti regret
Pescara chief Daniele Sebastiani has some regrets about selling Marco Verratti to Paris Saint-Germain in the summer.
Serie A Team of Week 33
After another weekend of fine goals and superb saves, Dave Taylor picks his best XI from round 33.
No surgery for Krsticic
Sampdoria have confirmed that Nenad Krsticic will not require surgery on the injury which has ended his season.
Second will be Napoli’s Scudetto
Riccardo Bigon insists that Napoli are on the verge of winning an alternative to the Scudetto.
Still no Napoli deal for Diakite
The agent of Modibo Diakite says he’s ready to listen to other interested clubs given Napoli’s inability to wrap up a transfer.
Melo option running down
Galatasaray have eight days left to take up their option of signing Felipe Melo on a permanent basis from Juventus.
Asamoah returning to best
Kwadwo Asamoah has admitted that his form in the second half of the season for Juventus was affected by the Africa Cup of Nations.
Stramaccioni confirmed for 2013-14
Inter chief Massimo Moratti has confirmed that he will not be replacing boss Andrea Stramaccioni over the summer.
What makes a game great?
The greatest games in Italian football history? Giancarlo Rinaldi picks 20 in his new e-book which is out now!
Ibra honoured by Juventus link
Paris Saint-Germain’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic has spoken of his pride in being linked with former club Juventus.
Chiellini: Not a great Juve, but…
Giorgio Chiellini has conceded that Juventus may not have impressed onlookers in the 1-0 win over Milan on Sunday night.
Barzagli: Juventus deserve first
Andrea Barzagli has underlined that Juventus are worthy of the 11-point advantage they have at the top of the table.
Inter back on track, says Zanetti
Javier Zanetti is delighted with Inter’s 1-0 win over Parma at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza this weekend.
Galliani: It should have been 0-0
Adriano Galliani insists that his Milan side deserved at least a point from their trip to Juventus on Sunday.
Vidal happy to stay at Juventus
Arturo Vidal has assured fans that he has no intention of leaving Juventus at the end of the season.
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Conte: 'A big step forward'
Antonio Conte concedes Juventus are closing on the Scudetto and pointed out there could “be no doubts over the penalty” to beat Milan.
Allegri: 'No pressure on Milan'
Massimiliano Allegri gave credit to Juventus for their defending tonight and insisted Milan “must not feel pressure” after Fiorentina closed the gap to one point.
Juve risk ban for racist abuse
Juventus may be marching towards the title, but they risk a ban on their home stadium after racist abuse was aimed at Milan’s players tonight.
Vidal sees off toothless Milan
Arturo Vidal’s perfect penalty gave Juventus victory over an uninspired Milan, putting them closer to the title and leaving the Rossoneri only one point clear of Fiorentina in third.
Marotta: 'Pirlo ultimate professional'
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta praised Andrea Pirlo and commented on those Zlatan Ibrahimovic rumours ahead of tonight’s game with Milan.
Tassotti: 'A balanced encounter'
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti expects “a balanced encounter” at the Juventus Stadium this evening.
Juventus-Milan is always a spectacle, as Stephan El Shaarawy, Robinho and Giampaolo Pazzini take on Mirko Vucinic and Paul Pogba in Turin tonight.
Juve to net Suarez after biting scandal?
Juventus are set to ramp up their bid for Luis Suarez, as the Liverpool striker is facing a lengthy ban for biting an opponent.
De Laurentiis sparks Cagliari row
Cagliari have reacted angrily to the “poor taste” tweet sent by Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis after today’s game.
Beppe Iachini glossed over the refereeing controversy, while Eugenio Corini praised Chievo's patience.
Aurelio Andreazzoli was furious with his own players, while Pescara co-Coach Bruno Nobili hailed Pescara's professionalism.
Walter Mazzarri insists Napoli deserved to win, but Ivo Pulga felt Cagliari were perfect until the final 30 seconds.
Vincenzo Montella admits Fiorentina lost focus after going 3-0 up, but Giampiero Ventura was angry with Torino.
Rolando Maran reveals Catania's anger at the late equaliser, but Giuseppe Sannino hailed Palermo's hunger.
Stefano Pioli warns Bologna aren't safe yet, while Delio Rossi is also waiting for Samp to finish the job.
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