NEWS

Lazio midfielder Hernanes won't be 100 per cent fit for the trip to Napoli on Wednesday, but should play a part in the game.
Parma striker Amauri says he is glad to be back from injury, but wants more playing time.
Former Inter director Gabriele Oriali has commented on the club's shock 2-0 loss to Siena yesterday.
He might be new in Florence but Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella is well aware how big tomorrow's match against Juventus is.
Stephan El Shaarawy – Milan's scorer in the 2-1 defeat to Udinese – insists the Rossoneri approached the game with the right spirit.
Following some unexpected results over the weekend, Dave Taylor had another difficult day picking his best XI.
Inter chief Massimo Moratti has admitted that times are changing for his side and city cousins Milan.
There is a triple fitness boost for Roma ahead of Wednesday’s Serie A game against Sampdoria at the Stadio Olimpico.
Esteban Cambiasso is refusing to panic after Inter were left stunned by little Siena at the Meazza on Sunday.
Massimiliano Allegri’s disastrous start to the season continues after the Milan man was handed a one-match touchline ban.
Roma have been awarded a 3-0 win at Cagliari after Sunday’s game was postponed because of safety concerns.
Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni is the latest Serie A tactician to be tempted into using a three-man defence.
Juventus match-day boss Massimo Carrera has a solution to the problem of where Antonio Conte will sit at Fiorentina on Tuesday. “He doesn’t even have to be there…”
Former Palermo boss Delio Rossi has told Rosanero fans that the side are unlikely to find themselves in the top 10 when the season ends.
Marek Hamsik has argued that the early dismissal of Catania’s Pablo Alvarez may have actually made things more difficult for his Napoli side.
Daniele Bonera and Robinho should be available for the game against Cagliari after returning to Milan training.
Lazio are keen to tighten their grip on Brazilian international midfielder Hernanes, according to the Messaggero.
The Milan squad still have great faith in under-pressure boss Massimiliano Allegri, says Christian Abbiati.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta has dismissed the notion that his club will have no rivals in the Scudetto race this season.
Emiliano Viviano has promised to take the Fiorentina squad out for a meal should his beloved Viola beat Juventus on Tuesday.
Roma director general Franco Baldini has been criticised by Cagliari for demanding that his team be awarded a 3-0 win for Sunday’s postponed tie between the two clubs.
Juventus patron John Elkann has celebrated the return to form of striker Fabio Quagliarella after his recent scoring exploits.
Djamel Mesbah insists that Milan teammate Kevin Prince Boateng should not have been dismissed against Udinese. “It’s a scandal!”
Alessandro Nesta has labelled Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri and former teammate Pippo Inzaghi as childish after their alleged bust-up last week.
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Cagliari President Massimo Cellino insists he was trying to “avoid chaos” by inviting fans to attend a game behind closed doors against Roma.
Vladimir Petkovic complimented Genoa for their victory and assured Lazio are on the right track despite the end of their 100 per cent record.
Gigi De Canio feels Genoa got the three points against Lazio that they had probably deserved last week from Juventus.
Lazio wasted numerous chances, so Marco Borriello struck to give Genoa a shock victory at the Stadio Olimpico and end their perfect record.
FIGC President Giancarlo Abete blasted Cagliari patron Massimo Cellino’s “unacceptable” behaviour that saw today’s game with Roma called off.
Walter Gargano has told fans his farewell letter to Napoli “was written by the club. People don’t know how things really went.”
Lazio must beat Genoa to stay joint top of the table this evening, so look to Mauro Zarate and Libor Kozak.
Adriano Galliani has assured Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri “is not up for debate. He has the total faith of the President and me.”
Andrea Stramaccioni keeps the faith and Serse Cosmi hails Siena's "almost perfect" performance.
Rolando Maran feels Catania gave "101 per cent," but Walter Mazzarri will give Napoli a talking to.

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