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Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Australia Coach Ange Postecoglou was proud of his team’s performance against Chile and said they deserved a draw.
Chile Coach Jorge Sampaoli says the most important thing was for his side to win tonight’s World Cup match with Australia.
Alessandro Del Piero believes Milan’s decision to appoint Pippo Inzaghi as Coach is a big gamble.
Holland Coach Louis Van Gaal insists his team’s famous win over Spain will mean nothing if they don’t beat Australia.
England Coach Roy Hodgson wants his team’s performances at this summer’s World Cup to make the country proud.
Chile saw off an Australia fighback to eventually prevail 3-1 against their World Cup Group B opponents.
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli says tomorrow’s World Cup opener against England will not be decisive regardless of the result.
England captain Steven Gerrard has praised Three Lions Coach Roy Hodgson’s bravery and hopes his team can reward it.
Spain Coach Vicente Del Bosque admits his team have got a lot of work to do to solve their problems after their crushing defeat to Holland.
Cameroon Coach Volker Finke was offering no excuses for his side’s performance in their 1-0 defeat to Mexico.
Arturo Vidal is in Chile’s starting line-up for their World Cup encounter with Australia tonight.
Mexico Coach Miguel Herrera ‘could not be more excited’ after his team beat Cameroon in today’s World Cup match.
A truly sensational second half performance earned Holland an incredible 5-1 win over defending World Cup champions Spain.
Luca Toni is staying with Verona after the club confirmed he has signed a new one-year contract with the Scaligeri.
The agent of new Fiorentina goalkeeper Ciprian Tatarusanu has revealed the reasons for his client’s move to Florence.
Shkodran Mustafi is delighted to be at the World Cup but will not consider his club future until the tournament is over.
Diego Costa lines up for Spain tonight against Holland, while Lazio target Stefan De Vrij starts for the Dutch.
Milan are preparing themselves for a €30m bid from Monaco for Mario Balotelli, it has been claimed.
Juventus have made a second offer for Alexis Sanchez, and are pushing Arturo Vidal to persuade his national teammate to sign for the Bianconeri.
Oribe Peralta’s second half goal was enough to give Mexico a deserved 1-0 win over Cameroon in Natal.
Reports in the Italian Press this afternoon claim that Alberto Aquilani has been the subject of an offer from Atalanta.
Former Manchester City assistant Angelo Gregucci believes that there will be ‘no surprises’ in England’s XI tomorrow.
Cesare Prandelli has reiterated Giorgio Chiellini’s comments that Andrea Pirlo and Gianluigi Buffon are ‘essential’ to Italy.
Giorgio Chiellini has conceded that Italy need to take ‘good care’ of Gianluigi Buffon and Andrea Pirlo.
As expected, Javier Hernandez will be on the bench for Mexico when they take on Cameroon this afternoon.
Martin Caceres has spoken of his initial difficulty at settling in Turin, but has thanked several former Juventus players.
Erick Thohir has revealed that Inter are looking to Asia, South America and Eastern Europe for new players next season.
Manolo Gabbiadini’s agent has claimed that there has been no contact from Inter for his client.
Reports in the Chilean Press have claimed that the national team have received a complaint from Juventus regarding Arturo Vidal’s recovery.
Antonio Mirante is on his way home from Brazil, but believes that Italy can do well at the World Cup.
Manchester City have confirmed that Bacary Sagna has joined on a three-year deal from Arsenal.
Pepe Reina has insisted that he won’t think about his club future until after the World Cup.
Jose Maria Callejon’s agent has insisted that the Spanish winger has had no offers to leave Napoli.
Barbara Berlusconi has claimed that Milan’s objective for next season is to qualify for the Champions League.

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