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Genoa Coach Gigi De Canio is hardly inconsolable about the sacking of his Palermo counterpart Giuseppe Sannino.
Leonardo Bonucci says Juventus won’t be content with just taking part in the Champions League. “We can fight on all fronts.”
Serie A returned with a bang following a lacklustre international break, leaving Dave Taylor with more tough choices when picking his best XI.
Sampdoria have opened the doors for an Antonio Cassano return – but only once the Inter man can afford to take a pay cut.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri is confident his side can start their Champions League campaign with a win – despite their desperate season so far.
Alessandro Florenzi is set for a significant pay rise once he signs a new contract with Italian giants Roma.
Massimo Moratti has backed boss Andrea Stramaccioni for getting annoyed at claims that his side play a ‘provincial’ brand of football.
Pippo Inzaghi has distanced himself from rumours that he could soon be handed the Milan job if Massimiliano Allegri is axed.
Fiorentina have rejected speculation that they considered making an offer for Villarreal’s Giuseppe Rossi this summer.
Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard is expecting a tough test when Juventus visit Stamford Bridge in the Champions League.
Former Inter full-back Davide Santon claims that the Newcastle United fans have yet to see him at his best.
Wesley Sneijder insists that he has no problem with Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni after being replaced in the game against Torino.
Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella has thanked the club for deciding to keep Stevan Jovetic at the club.
Andrea Ranocchia has claimed that his improving form is a message to his club and not Italy boss Cesare Prandelli.
Angelo Ogbonna insists that he isn’t bothered by the constant transfer rumours surrounding him. “I have a contract at Torino.”
Emanuele Giaccherini has applauded the efforts of Genoa for putting his Juventus side under pressure on Sunday.
Diego Milito scored his 23rd goal of 2012 in the game against Torino on Sunday, but he insists Inter always come first.
Premiership giants Manchester United reportedly had scouts at last night’s game between Torino and Inter.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Andrea Stramaccioni hit back at Inter critics after a confident win at Torino and forgives Wesley Sneijder for reacting badly to a substitution.
Diego Milito and Antonio Cassano secured a comfortable 2-0 Inter away victory that ended Torino’s unbeaten record.
Maurizio Zamparini explains why he hired Gian Piero Gasperini at Palermo. “Giuseppe Sannino got everything wrong. It was a huge mistake.”
Inter have Samir Handanovic, Wesley Sneijder and Diego Milito for their difficult trip to unbeaten Torino.
Palermo have officially sacked Coach Giuseppe Sannino to bring in Gian Piero Gasperini.
Serse Cosmi says Dusan Basta will never score another goal like that, but Francesco Guidolin regrets the red card.
Zdenek Zeman won't blame the break for international duty, but Stefano Pioli praises Bologna's belief.
Giovanni Stroppa was proud of Pescara's performance and Ciro Ferrara keeps Samp's feet on the ground.
Walter Mazzarri pulled up Napoli for showing off, but Roberto Donadoni wanted more belief in attack.
Gigi De Canio rues a crucial moment in the Marassi match as Massimo Carrera saw a second half turnaround.
Vincenzo Montella says Fiorentina fans can dream, but the players can't, while Rolando Maran critiqued Catania's finishing.
Domenico Di Carlo reveals why Chievo protested at the first goal, while Vladimir Petkovic hails Lazio's hunger.
Walter Mazzarri hailed Goran Pandev as his “ideal player,” but also criticised Napoli’s performance against Parma.
Luca Toni had a special dedication for his first goal since returning to Fiorentina. “To those who are here and those who have gone.”
Stand-in Coach Massimo Carrera accepts substitute Mirko Vucinic was decisive as Juventus overturned the result in Genoa.
Adriano Galliani had lunch with Massimiliano Allegri and insisted the Milan Coach “is absolutely not up for debate.”

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