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Marco Parolo says he didn’t ask to exchange shirts with Kaka at the end of Parma’s win over Milan. “I wanted to keep mine…”
Alessandro Matri has finally opened his account for Milan, but he’s more concerned with the defeat at Parma.
Giorgio Chiellini is delighted that the real Juventus turned up in the 2-0 win over Genoa on Sunday.
Juventus forward Carlos Tevez is not overly concerned with Roma’s unstoppable Serie A charge at this stage of the season.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Vladimir Petkovic confirmed Lazio “would have had a very different debate” if they had failed to beat Cagliari tonight.
Cagliari Coach Diego Lopez admits Miroslav Klose “changed the game in Lazio’s favour” for a 2-0 victory.
Miroslav Klose came off the bench and revived Lazio, scoring and earning a penalty for the 2-0 win over Cagliari.
Vladimir Petkovic is under increasing pressure on the Lazio bench as he welcomes a fired up Cagliari.
Francesco Totti praised his Roma teammates for their victory in Udine. “They’ve got balls!”
Stefano Pioli explains the turning point for Bologna's first win of the season against Livorno.
Francesco Guidolin rues missed opportunities, but Rudi Garcia notes fortune favours the brave.
Roberto Donadoni believes Parma deserved their victory, but Massimiliano Allegri saw the same old mistakes.
Antonio Conte blasted media rumours, while Gian Piero Gasperini wanted a more pro-active Genoa.
Giuseppe Sannino felt Chievo gave their all, while Vincenzo Montella won't get ahead of himself.
Gigi De Canio hoped for more on his Catania debut, but Eusebio Di Francesco celebrated a clean sheet.
Rafa Benitez wanted more goals, but Giampiero Ventura confessed penalties weren't Torino's only problem.
Vincenzo Montella hailed Juan Cuadrado and Fiorentina for their comeback at Chievo. “He can do anything.”
Rudi Garcia admits Roma ending Udinese’s unbeaten home record with 10 men “is important for our future.”
Massimiliano Allegri admits Milan did not perform up to par against Parma and was particularly unhappy with Mario Balotelli.
Antonio Conte was pleased with a “dominant” Juventus against Genoa and praised Serie A leaders Roma.
Milan fought back from 2-0 down only to capitulate 3-2 in Parma, Juventus shoved Genoa aside and Fiorentina conquered Chievo.
Udinese hit the bar and forced a goalline clearance, but Michael Bradley gave 10-man Roma their ninth straight victory!
Inter forward Ishak Belfodil and Verona’s Evangelos Moras received two-match bans for their off-the-ball scuffle.
Fiorentina are on a wave of enthusiasm and want to keep going against a stuttering Chievo side.
Napoli made short work of Torino, securing the 2-0 win thanks to a pair of controversial Gonzalo Higuain penalties.
Milan held Barcelona midweek, but form a new trident for their visit to Antonio Cassano’s Parma.
Something’s got to give, as Roma defend their 100 per cent record against an Udinese side unbeaten in 22 home games.
The pressure is on for Juventus to turn the tide after poor results and they host Gian Piero Gasperini’s revived Genoa.
Fiorentina’s new starlet Ryder Matos is hitting the headlines and admits he’d love to “become like Alexandre Pato.”
Cagliari Coach Diego Lopez assures “there’s no point going to the Olimpico just to defend” against Lazio tonight.
Giuseppe Sannino trusts Chievo can get a result against Fiorentina, as “we are playing good football and just need concentration.”
Napoli aim to get back on track in the early kick-off, but welcome Alessio Cerci’s troublesome Torino.
There are growing reports that Manchester United are preparing a €30m offer for Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic.
Gigi De Canio makes his debut on the Catania bench today and warned not to “underestimate Sassuolo.”

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