NEWS

Milan will look to offload Robinho during the January transfer market, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Under-pressure Coach Giovanni Stroppa is adamant that he won’t quit at struggling Serie A new boys Pescara.
Francesco Totti is adamant that his struggling Roma side have what it takes to qualify for the Champions League.
Paul Pogba is keeping his feet on the ground despite his impressive display and winning goal in Juventus’ 2-1 win over Bologna.
Javier Zanetti says that his Inter side will face Juventus on Saturday in confident mood after another Serie A victory.
Juventus’ Fabio Quagliarella has admitted that he doesn’t know whether his goal against Bologna will guarantee him a starting shirt versus Inter.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Juventus assistant manager Angelo Alessio was glad of the victory over Bologna, but still gave hero Paul Pogba a telling off for being “lazy.”
Zdenek Zeman blamed the state of the Tardini turf for Roma’s second consecutive defeat and defended his treatment of Daniele De Rossi.
Walter Mazzarri was again left to rue mistakes in front of goal as Napoli were defeated by Atalanta. “This game was cursed.”
Andrea Stramaccioni sees Inter “growing game by game” after fighting back against Sampdoria and climbing into second place.
There were Halloween nightmares for Roma and Napoli, while Lazio were held by Toro and Udinese snatched a late point.
Inter fought back from a goal down to defeat 10-man Sampdoria in a 3-2 Halloween thriller.
Bologna made life very difficult for Juventus, but Paul Pogba popped up with the last-gasp winner.
Mauro Zarate is officially on the market after Lazio President Claudio Lotito invited clubs to “make us an offer.”
Napoli must do without Edinson Cavani again for tonight’s trip to Atalanta, so Lorenzo Insigne starts against ex-Partenopei hitman German Denis.
Antonio Cassano faces his former teammates this evening as Inter welcome Sampdoria to San Siro looking for a sixth straight win, but switch to 4-3-3.
Roma desperately try to get some sense of stability as they travel to Parma this evening with changes in midfield.
Juventus have a lot to prove, a completely revamped midfield and Nicklas Bendtner as they welcome Alberto Gilardino’s Bologna.
Adriano Galliani reveals he “cleared up two or three things and made peace” with Massimiliano Allegri after being “angry” at his Milan decisions.
Controversial agent Mino Raiola has launched an astounding attack on FIFA and UEFA as “Mafia-style organisations” with “incompetent and demented dictators” at the helm.
There are fears tonight’s Lazio-Torino game will have to be postponed after a freak thunderstorm struck the Stadio Olimpico.
It is reported Parma-Roma will be able to go ahead this evening despite heavy rainfall on the Stadio Tardini.
Novara have officially sacked Coach Attilio Tesser and handed the team to Primavera boss Giacomo Gattuso.
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli spoke about how “proud” he is to have changed the perception of calcio abroad with Euro 2012 and comments on Marco Verratti’s progress.
Bologna’s Alessandro Diamanti has been deferred to the Disciplinary Commission for insulting referees.
In-form Roma forward Erik Lamela has not been included in the Argentina squad for a friendly against Saudi Arabia.
Former Lazio player Stefano Fiore says he understands why Antonio Candreva is winning comparisons with him.
Genoa boss Gigi Del Neri respects the tactical ability of Fiorentina’s Vincenzo Montella – a former striker of his at Roma.
Inter legend Beppe Bergomi says he’s been impressed by the recent form of veteran midfielder Esteban Cambiasso.
A train from Naples to Milan made an unscheduled stop at Parma on Tuesday – to drop off the Roma squad ahead of tonight's game.
Roma boss Zdenek Zeman is still refusing to use Daniele De Rossi as his central midfielder – even without the suspended Panagiotis Tachtsidis.
Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella has Alberto Aquilani back at his disposal – but will he play against Genoa?
Inter may have won their last five Serie A games, but Mimmo Di Carlo expects struggling Sampdoria to cause them problems this evening.
Fabrizio Miccoli has described the 2-2 draw with Milan as ‘half a defeat’ after Palermo threw away a two-goal advantage.

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