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Fiorentina patron Andrea Della Valle further mocked Juventus “talking rubbish” by pointing out “the 1982 Scudetto is ours.”
Napoli start Lorenzo Insigne and Goran Pandev against Chievo, as Edinson Cavani is out of action, but Sergio Pellissier also failed a fitness test.
Roma give Dodò his debut from the start with Miralem Pjanic returning against Antonio Di Natale’s Udinese this evening.
Torino demand more respect from referees, but Roberto Donadoni feels Parma deserved it.
Ciro Ferrara tried to reassure Sampdoria and Ivo Pulga praised assistant manager Diego Lopez.
Giovanni Stroppa criticised Pescara fans for not giving them support, while Stefano Colantuono can't believe Atalanta failed to score.
Stefano Pioli once again was left to rue errors, while Andrea Stramaccioni rode some rough periods.
Vincenzo Montella hailed Ruben Olivera for stepping into David Pizarro’s shoes, but refused to comment on the refereeing controversy.
Vladimir Petkovic gave Fiorentina credit for their performance, but could not help being upset at Lazio’s incorrectly disallowed goal.
Andrea Stramaccioni reveals why Antonio Cassano was dropped and hopes he’s proving Inter “didn’t do something crazy” by hiring him.
Inter leapfrogged into second place after their away win and nine-man Lazio’s tumble in Florence, while Parma conquered Torino to go seventh.
Inter continued their seemingly unstoppable march with a 3-1 victory at Bologna’s Stadio Dall’Ara.
Fiorentina beat nine-man Lazio in a fiery and controversial match that saw a missed penalty, two screamers, an incorrectly disallowed goal and two red cards.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta maintains the incorrectly disallowed Catania goal “would not have been decisive in this match.”
Catania President Antonino Pulvirenti blamed Juventus for “disallowing the goal with their protests” and harassing the referees.
Juventus assistant manager Angelo Alessio insists they “dominated” Catania and brushed off the controversial goal incidents.
Rodrigo Palacio and Diego Milito form an all-Argentine front two for Inter, as they take on Bologna’s brand new trident.
It was an immensely controversial victory for Juventus, as Catania saw a perfectly good goal disallowed, went down to 10 men and Arturo Vidal’s winner was offside.
Ruben Olivera replaces David Pizarro, as Fiorentina welcome a Lazio side with Miroslav Klose leading the way.
Nicklas Bendtner and Paul Pogba get their first Juventus starts in today’s lunchtime trip to Catania.
Edinson Cavani is officially out of tonight’s Napoli-Chievo match after he failed a fitness test.
Alexandre Pato is doubly overjoyed at last night’s win over Genoa, his first start in eight months. “I am alive again.”
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Alessandro Del Piero celebrated his 800th professional match with a goal and a Sydney FC victory over Perth Glory.
Roberto Donadoni is increasingly irritated at Parma’s inconsistency and against Torino demands “we must avoid these ups and downs.”
Nicola Legrottaglie warns his former teammates at Juventus that “Catania will do everything possible to win.”
Giovanni Stroppa is confident Pescara “are right to keep hold of me and I feel their faith” ahead of a crunch match with Atalanta.
Domenico Criscito reveals what it was like to have his Italy room raided by police and has a Genoa comeback dream.
Eugenio Corini expects “further improvements” when Chievo take on Napoli at the San Paolo tonight.
Stefano Pioli warns Inter that they will “not tread on” Bologna at the Stadio Dall’Ara despite their differing form.
Lazio have once again dropped Mauro Zarate for today’s difficult trip to Fiorentina.
Juventus have an unusual early kick-off in Catania, while Fiorentina-Lazio and Roma-Udinese are exciting European showdowns.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Gigi Del Neri was “happy with the defensive work” from Genoa on his debut, even if it ended in defeat to Milan.
Massimiliano Allegri was pleased Milan managed to beat Genoa “in a difficult atmosphere. So far criticism has been too harsh.”

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